What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small file of letters and numbers sent to your computer when you visit a website. It’s stored in your web browser (that’s the program you’re using to see this page). Whenever you visit the same web site again, the information stored in the cookie can be retrieved to notify the website (and only that website) of your previous activity. A cookie cannot give us access to your computer or to information beyond what you provide us. And they’re definitely not viruses, spyware or Trojans that damage your computer. They can have different features and they can even be provided from third parties (e. g. advertising, analytics and social media). In this document we give you an overview about the Cookies we use in this website and how to manage them.
1. Cookies used by this website.
2. Functional technical Cookies.
As they are essential to the functioning of particular website services, functional technical cookies do not require to be accepted by users and get automatically installed at the first access to the portal. First party statistics Cookies are used by the website provider in order to get aggregated information to create statistics about the website performances (e. g. to know the number of general accesses to the website or if a user visits the portal for the first time…). They are valid for 10 years.
2.1 Not functional Cookies.
2.2 Third parties Cookies
2.3 Cookies Management.
Users can deactivate Cookies by modifying the browser settings as following these instructions:
Here follows a list of the setting pages of the most used internet browsers:
The refuse of third parties Cookies has no effect on the website usage.