HTTP COOKIE: what does it mean?
HTTP Cookies are small text files sent from a website to the person’s computer (user).
These files are saved on the browser (Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer or other types of browser based on the one the user is using).
Here’s a complete HTTP cookie definition:
HTTP Technical COOKIES: what are those?
We are talking about some specific HTTP Cookies needed to make a website work properly as without them the website wouldn’t work correctly.
PROFILATION COOKIES: what are those?
They are cookies used to create a profile of the user, normally to send him later targeted promo.
This website only uses Technical cookies.
Below you can read the details of the cookies we use (list of cookies):
|comment_author||The name you entered when leaving a comment||1 year|
|comment_author_email||The email addressed you entered when leaving a comment||1 year|
|comment_author_url||If you entered an optional web address or URL||1 year|
Third Party Cookies:
To improve our website and to understand which parts or elements are most appreciated by users also use as a tool of analysis anonymous and aggregate, third-party cookies, such as Google Analytics; This cookie is not a tool of our ownership, for more information, therefore, you can consult the information provided by Google to the following address.
How disable cookies
If you want your browser to do not receive any cookie you have to use the anonymous browsing (Do Not Track option). If you would like to know how to activate this option in the main browsers click here: Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari.
About Google Analytics you can choose to disable Google Analytics on your browser by add on.