A cookie is a small text file that a website saves on your computer or mobile device of the user who is browsing. Cookies the site remembers your actions and preferences (such as authentication for restricted areas, the selected language or other display settings) so that the user does not have added again when he returns to the site or navigate between pages the other. Cookies are also used to track the visits are carried out by new visitors or passed and store some information, non-personal, anonymous, relating to their page navigation (link input, output, page navigation, residence times, etc.).
By using the site, clicking on any links or by scrolling the pages (making the “scroll”), you agree to be installed on your device cookies “owners” and “third party”.
Disabling saving all or some cookies, the navigability of the site (or portions thereof) may be impaired or limited by the absence of features.
Types of cookies
Cookies differ depending on their duration, the domain that installed them and their function.
These are temporary files that are stored until the site is abandoned (or the browser is closed).
These are files that are stored and retained even after the abandonment of the site and the browser is closed. Only are deleted after expiration date in the cookie itself.
These are files that are installed on your device directly from the site on which you are browsing.
These are files that are installed by external sites through the code embedded in the pages of the site you are browsing. Are examples of third party cookies those installed plugins social (for sharing content) or cookies and analysis of requests.
Cookies “technicians” indispensable
Are essential for the proper functioning of the website pages. Without these cookies some functionality may be impaired and accessing content may be limited. For example, to keep track of authentication placed by a user or by a site administrator. Cookies do not collect any personal information of the user.
Cookies “technicians” of functionality
These cookies are used to store the choices made by the user to improve navigation (such as language, or precompile a form with the name used above). This type of cookies may contain personal information (e.g. your username). Without these cookies some functionality and navigation between pages may be impaired.
These are cookies used to understand: If users are new or returning, how to use the site, as they move between pages, how long they stay on the pages and on the website, from which region they came on the site. The data does not identify you as a person but is aggregated anonymously by analysis tools. Disabling does not in any way compromise the features offered by the site.
Cookies of social widget
Some widgets provided by social networks (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, etc.) may use their own cookies from third parties. Disabling does not alter your use of the site, except in sections can be installed widgets (for example for integration of videos or maps) and in some cases the ability to quickly share content or the opportunity to comment on some areas of the site.
Advertising cookies are installed to show site visitors related content to their own preferences. Can then be used to display targeted advertising content to the interests of the person. Cookies of this type work in conjunction with third-party sites and can keep track of navigation passed on pages on different domains. Cookies of this type usually track your IP address and other information, some of which may be personal.
Social networking buttons and widgets
To ensure that the content of a site can be shared on social networks by site visitors, you can integrate tools pages (widgets) available to the social networks themselves.
These instruments (usually code blocks inserted in the pages of the site visitor) may collect third party cookies installed by social networks (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, etc.); the site does not share any information with these widgets.
For more information about the cookies of the main social networks you can visit:
Managing and deleting cookies
To disable the use of all or just some cookies you need to change the settings of the Web browser (Firefox, Chrome, Explorer, Safari, Opera, etc.).
Usually browsers are pre-set to accept cookies unless you configure differently.
Is it possible to make the browser blocks all or some cookies, or present a message to the user before proceeding with the installation of a cookie.
For convenience we list links to manage cookies for the most popular browsers: