Types of Cookies used Following are the various types of cookies used by this site according to the purpose of use.
Technical Cookies This type of cookie is very necessary for the proper operation of certain sections of the Site. There are two types of cookies: persistent and session: persistent: once the browser is closed they are not erased but remain until a preset expiration date session: these are erased every time the browser is closed These cookies, always sent from our domain, are necessary in order to visualize the site properly and, in relation to the technical services offered, they will therefore be always used and sent, unless the user changes the settings in his browser (thus nullifying the visualisation of the pages of the site).
Analytical cookies These cookies are used to collect information on use of the site. We will use this information regarding anonymous statistical analysis in order to improve use of the Site and to render the content more interesting and relevant to the users’ wishes. This type of cookie collects data anonymously on the users’ activity and how it got onto the Site. The analytical cookies are sent from the Site itself or from third-party domains.
Cookie analysis of third-party services These cookies are used to collect information on use of the Site by the users in anonymous form such as: pages viewed, time spent, origins of traffic source, geographic source, age, gender and interests for the purposes of marketing campaigns. These cookies are sent by external third-party domains to the Site.
Cookies to integrate products and features of third-party software This type of cookie integrates features developed by third parties within the pages of the Site like the icons and preferences expressed in social networks in order to share the contents of the site or for the use of third-party software services (such as software to generate maps and further software offering additional services). These cookies are sent from third-party domains and from partner sites that offer their features within the pages of the Site.
Cookie profiling These are the cookies needed to create user profiles in order to send advertising messages in line with the preferences expressed by the user within the pages of the Site. In our Site we do not use cookie profiling. This Web site, according to current legislation, it is not required to seek consent for technical cookies as these are necessary to provide the services requested. For all other types of cookies, consent may be expressed by the User with one or more of the following modes: Through specific configurations of the browser used or of the relative computer programmes used to browse the pages that make up the site. Through changing the settings in the use of third-party services Both these solutions could prevent the user from using or visualizing parts of the Site.
Cookies used Below is the list of technical and analytical cookies used by this Site: __utma – persistent – time of user’s visit – necessary for Google Webmaster and Analytics third-party service. It lasts two years __utmb – persistent – dropout rate (approximate value) of user – necessary for Google Analytics third-party service. It lasts 30 minutes __utmc – session – to identify new Sessions – neccesary for Google Analytics third-party service. It lasts until the end of the session __utmt – persistent – adjusts the speed of request to the service – necessary for Google Analytics third-party service. It lasts 10 minutes __utmz – persistent – source of the user – necessary for Google Analytics third-party service. It lasts 6 months __ar_v4 – persistent – This cookie is associated with the DoubleClick advertising service on the part of Google. It serves for the tracking of conversion rates for advertisements .- it is necessary for Google Analytics third-party service . It lasts six years _dc – session – used to limit remarketing requests made (not yet present on seo.com posizioning), needed for Google Analytics third-party service. It lasts10 minutes. _gat – session – The name of this cookie is associated with Universal Google Analytics and is used to monitor the demand rate – that limits collection of data on sites of high traffic. It expires after 10 minutes. ASP.NET_SessionId – session – necessary for the website to identify the single session of a user. It lasts for the duration of the session, at the end of which it is erased. _ga – persistent – used to distinguish users – necessary for Google Analytics third-party service. It lasts two years __atuvc – session – necessary for AddThis third-party service. Used for social sharing through the widget integrated in the website to allow visitors to share content with a wide range of network and sharing platforms. Stores the number of actions per page. It lasts one hour. __atuvs – session – necessary for AddThis third-party service. Used for social sharing through the widget integrated in the website to allow visitors to share content with a wide range of network and sharing platforms. Stores the number of actions per page. It lasts one hour. codiceUtente4WishList – persistente – usato per memorizzare il riferimento nel database degli articoli presenti nella wishlist. Dura 1 anno. __utmt_t0 – session – variant of __utmt to regulate the speed of request to the service – necessary for Google Analytics third-party service pm_sess – session – variant of __utmt to regulate the speed of request to the service – necessary for Google Analytics third-party service
Third-party cookies Facebook: act – session c_user – persistent csm – persistent datr – persistent fr – persistent i_user – sessione lu – persistent p – session presence – session s – persistent x-src – persistent xs – persistent datr – persistent lu – persistent Google + AID – persistent APISID – persistent HSID – persistent NID – persistent OGP – persistent OGPC – persistent PREF – persistent SAPISID – persistent SID – persistent SSID – persistent TAID – persistent OTZ – persistent PREF – persistent ACCOUNT_CHOOSER – persistent GAPS – persistent LSID – persistent LSOSID – persistent RMME – persistent Twitter __utma – persistent __utmv – persistent __utmz – persistent auth_token – persistent guest_id – persistent pid – persistent remember_checked – persistent remember_checked_on – persistent secure_session – persistent twll – persistent dnt – persistent eu_cn – persistent external_referer – persistent Mozcast __utma – persistent __utmz – persistent Add-This: bt – persistent dt – persistent loc – persistent ssc – persistent ssh – persistent sshs – persistent uid – persistent uit – persistent um – persistent user_segment – persistent uvc – persistent vc – persistent
How to disable cookies through configuration of the browser Chrome
Run the Chrome Browser Click on the menu present in the browser toolbar next to the url bar window Select Settings Click on Show Advanced Settings In the “Privacy” section, select “Content Settings” In the “Cookies” section it is possible to change the following cookie settings: Allow saving of local data Edit local data only until you close your browser Prevent sites from setting cookies Block third-party cookies and site data Manage exceptions for some internet sites Delete one or all cookies For more information visit the dedicated page.
Mozilla Firefox Run the Mozilla Firefox Browser Click on the menu present in the browser toolbar next to the url bar window Select Options Select the Privacy panel Click on Show Advanced Settings In the “Privacy” section click on the “Content Settings” button In the “Tracking” section it is possible to modify the following cookie settings: Request sites to not effect any tracking Notify sites of your availability to be tracked Do not communicate any preference regarding the tracking of personal data From the “History” section it is possible: Enabling “Use of custom settings” to select to accept third-party cookies (always, from most-visited sites or never) and keep them for a specified period (until they expire, at the close of Firefox or asking every time) Remove individual stored cookies For more information visit the dedicated page.
Internet Explorer Run the Internet Explorer Browser Click on the Tools button and select Internet Options Click on the Privacy tab and in the Settings section modify the slider device according to the action desired for the cookies: Block all cookies Allow all cookies Selection of websites from which to obtain cookies: move the cursor to an intermediate position so as not to block or allow all cookies, then click on Sites, in the WebSite Address box enter a site and then click on Block or Allow For more information visit the dedicated page.
Run the Safari Browser Click on Safari, select Preferences and click on Privacy In the Block Cookies section specify how Safari should accept cookies from websites. To see which sites have stored cookies click on Details For more information visit the dedicated page.
Safari iOS (mobile devices)
Run the iOS Safari Browser Touch Settings then Safari Touch Block Cookies and choose from the various options: “Never”, “Third-parties and advertisers” or “Always” To delete all cookies stored by Safari, touch Settings, then Safari and then Delete Cookies and Data For more information visit the dedicated page.
Run the Opera Browser Click on Preferences, then on Advanced and then on Cookies Select from the following options: Accept all cookies Accept cookies only from the site visited: third-party cookies that are sent from a domain other than the one you are visiting will be rejected Never accept cookies: all cookies will never be saved For more information visit the dedicated page.
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