What are cookies
Cookies are information that websites record on the memory of the device used by the user for various purposes. For example, they allow you to save browsing preferences (such as the language used by the site), to recognize the user when they visit the same site again or to purchase products from an e-commerce.
What KIND OF cookies DO WE USE
We are committed to minimizing cookies and at the same time offering you the best browsing experience.
- Analyze site statistics with Google Analytics, for example to understand which pages are most visited and guarantee you a better browsing experience
- Sporadically propose sponsorships on Facebook of content in line with your interests (retargeting)
Then there are the sharing buttons on social networks, which are able to recognize you when you press the appropriate button and you are logged in. However, the company that owns this domain is in no way connected to these platforms and is not responsible for the use they make of your data. For more information on this, you can refer to the privacy regulations of each service:
How to disable cookies
If you do not want Google Analytics to track your behavior on this and the millions of other websites that use it, not even in anonymized form, you can install an add-on on your browser that completely disables Google Analytics. Also remember that, through your browser settings, you can choose whether not to store cookies, delete them when the browser is closed or accept cookies only from certain websites and not from third parties.
Facebook and retargeting
Through a tracking code inserted on this as on many other sites, Facebook is able to offer you personalized sponsored ads on your browsing experience. This is why, after visiting Amazon for example, as soon as you log into Facebook you are shown an ad from Amazon. Personally, we believe that advertising in line with our interests is more useful and much less invasive than advertising that sponsors products or services that do not interest us; however, some people may prefer “classic” and non-interest-based advertising (no, you can’t completely remove advertising from your Facebook feed :)).
If you wish to change your Facebook tracking preferences for this and all other websites, you can do so through this page.