What are cookies?
Visit AboutCookies.org for more info about cookies and how they affect your browsing experience.
What type of cookies do we use?
Strictly Necessary Cookies
These are required in order to enable you to move around the website and use its essential features. They include, for example, cookies that enable you to log into secure areas of our website. For example, without those cookies some services, such as browsing history, cannot be used.
Performance cookies collect information about how you use the Website, for example what pages you visit most or if any error message is shown on webpages. These cookies do not collect personally identifiable information. All the data collected by these cookies is used on an aggregate level and therefore is anonymous. These cookies are used exclusively to provide you with improved Website functionality.
By browsing our Website, you agree on the use and installation of these cookies on your device.
Functionality cookies allow the website to remember the choices you have made on the Website (such as name, username and password, language or country) and to provide personalized advanced functions. These cookies can be used to remember the changes you made to font dimensions and types or other parts of webpages you can customise. In addition to this, functionality cookies can be used to provide you with the services you requested such as watching videos or reading comments on a blog. The data collected by these cookies can be anonymous and will not monitor your browsing activity on other websites.
By browsing and using our Website, you agree on the use and installation of these cookies on your device.
Cookies that send information to other companies
They are “third-party” cookies that are set by websites different from the one you are currently visiting. For example, a third-party website may contain a social widget (e.g. the Facebook Like button). When you click the button, your device receives cookies from the third party (Facebook) that will record your “share” or “like”. This is therefore known as “third-party cookie”.
Third-party advertisers use these cookies to track the number of visits of a user on all the websites they offer their services. If as a user you regard the use of tracking technologies as a privacy issue or breach of your privacy rights, you can alter the settings of your browser to disable third-party cookies or prevent automatic acceptance if you prefer.
You should be aware that if you set your browser to disable third-party cookies you may prevent tracking by advertisers; for more info, please refer to the website AboutCookies.org
The list of third parties we work with can be updated at any time.
Websites can use third-party cookies for purposes that are not strictly connected to privacy issues and websites may not function properly or you may lose some functionality if you delete cookies.
How to manage cookies on your PCs
Please, find here below instructions on how to check your cookie settings on the most used browsers and how to opt out.
1. At the top-right, click More and then “Settings”.
2. At the bottom, click “Show advanced settings” and open the “Privacy' section”.
3. Click “Content settings” and then the relevant section to manage your cookies settings.
1. 1. At the top-right, click on the “More actions” button on the toolbar, and select “Settings”.
2. Search for “View advanced settings” and click on it. Find the “Privacy and services" section.
3. Go to the Cookies section to manage your cookies settings.
1. At the top-right, click the Menu button and choose “Preferences”.
2. Select the “Privacy & Security” panel.
3. Go to the “Cookies and Site Data” section to manage your cookies settings.