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What are cookies?
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Our website uses both first-party and third-party cookies. First-party cookies are technical and essential for the operation of the website, while third-party cookies are used for advertising and analysis functions (disabled by default)
What are cookies NOT used for on this website?
No sensitive personal identification information such as your name, address, password, etc. is stored in the cookies we use.
Who uses the information stored in cookies?
The information stored in the cookies on our website is used exclusively by us, except for those identified below as ‘third party cookies’, which are used and managed by external entities that provide us with services that enhance the user experience. For example, the statistics collected on the number of visits, the most liked content, etc… is managed by GOOGLE ANALYTICS.
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What types of cookies may be used on this website?
ACCORDING TO THE ENTITY THAT MANAGES IT
- First-party cookies are those sent to the user’s terminal equipment from a computer or domain managed by the editor itself, providing the service requested by the user.
- Third-party cookies are those sent to the user’s terminal equipment from a computer or domain not managed by the editor but by another entity that processes the data obtained through cookies. If cookies are served from a computer or domain managed by the editor itself but the information collected through them is managed by a third party, they cannot be considered first-party cookies. In this case, the third party may use them for its own purposes, such as improving its services or providing advertising services to other entities. For example, we use Google Analytics to analyze user behavior on the website and improve its usability. However, these cookies are never associated with data that could identify the user. Google Analytics is a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc., a Delaware company with its main office at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, California, CA 94043, United States. You can learn more about the types of cookies used by Google, here.
ACCORDING TO THEIR PURPOSE
- Necessary technical cookies are those essential for the navigation and proper functioning of our website. They perform various functions, including controlling traffic and data communication, identifying sessions, granting access to restricted parts of the website, remembering the elements of an order (if available), managing the purchase process, handling payments, controlling fraud to ensure service security, processing registration requests, counting visits for billing software licenses (for the website, platform, or application), enhancing security during navigation, storing content for video or audio streaming, and enabling dynamic content (e.g., loading animations for text or images). These cookies are critical for the website’s operation and are directly related to the RGPD consent plugin, which saves your preferences regarding cookie consent. The use of these technical cookies is necessary for the website to function properly, and your consent is not required for their use.
- Analysis cookies enable us to quantify the number of users and conduct measurement and statistical analysis of how users utilize our service. To achieve this, we analyze your browsing activity on our website with the goal of enhancing the variety of products or services we provide. These cookies are categorized as analytical cookies and are implemented using the Google Analytics
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ACCORDING TO THE LENGTH OF TIME THEY REMAIN ACTIVE
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The list below reflects the cookies used on our website.
Duration 1 year
Description CookieYes sets this cookie to remember users’ consent preferences so that their preferences are respected on their subsequent visits to this site. It does not collect or store any personal information of the site visitors.
INTERNATIONAL DATA TRANSFERS
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In any case, if the Data Controller transfers any data outside the EEA, this is carried out in compliance with the contractual framework agreements that bind various third-party providers, such as Google Analytics.