Cookies are small text files that websites send to devices accessing the Internet (usually the user's browser). Through cookies websites can recognize the preferences expressed by users during a previous browsing session and enable easier access, e.g. by having stored the navigation language of choice or the account details of a secure area of the website.
Based on their purpose, cookies are classified as follows:
Session cookies are erased as soon as the browser is closed, whereas persistent cookies are stored in the browser cache for some time (from a few minutes to several years). The law requires that profiling and third party cookies must have obtained the user's consent before they can be installed.
As regards our website, consent is provided by users if they continue browsing by performing any action on the website such as: clicking on a link, logging into another area of the website in any way, selecting an element of the website, scrolling with the mouse.
The website uses technical cookies, including:
The website uses Third party cookies, including:
Google Analytics cookies provide data-aggregated reports on website traffic statistics. This extends to, but not solely limited to, the number of page viewed, time spent on site, the channel that generated the traffic in the first place.
List of main cookies:_ga, _gat
Google provides services that allow operators to include editorial services such as interactive maps that are customizable inside their web pages or videos through youtube. This site may use Google Maps / Google Plus 1 / Youtube to provide information or to post videos, or to allow information sharing.
List of main cookies: NID, PREF
List of main cookies: datr, reg_ext_ref, reg_fb_ref, reg_fb_gate, fr, lu, s, csm, xs, c_user, locale).
List of main cookies: GoogleAccountsLocale_session, GAPS, GALX, ACCOUNT_CHOOSER, APISID, HSID, LSID.
This website uses Google AdWords, an online advertising program created by Google Inc. ("Google"). AdWords cookies allow you to analyze the browsing experience of users when they access the website.
The user who accesses the website after clicking on a Google ad is sent cookies that are stored into the user's browser.
As the user browses certain web pages, unless cookies have been disabled, the cookie detects the user has accessed the website by having clicked on a Google ad.
The information collected through cookies for conversion-tracking is then used to create conversion statistics for AdWords customers who have opted in favor of conversion-tracking.
No information is provided that can actually lead to personally identify users.
List of main cookies: AID, FLC, OGPC, __gads, __sonar, _drt_, id
Users can always choose which cookies to give consent to by adjusting their browser settings; options are generally found in the Options/Privacy tables:
To learn more about cookies and how to manage your preferences on third party profiling cookies please visit http://www.youronlinechoices.com .