Cookies policy

Like many other websites, we use cookies to make your browsing experience easier and more intuitive. Cookies are small text strings used to store information that may relate to the user, his preferences or device Internet access (computer, tablet, or mobile). They are mainly used to adjust the functioning of the site to the user’s expectations by offering a more personalized experience by memorizing the choices made previously. The cookies do not store any personal information and any identifiable information will not be stored. If desired, you can prevent the saving of some or all cookies. However, in this case the use of the site and the services offered could be affected. To proceed without changing the options for cookies simply continue navigation.
Visit aboutcookies.org for more information about cookies and how they affect your browsing.

The types of cookies we use

Essential Cookies
These cookies are essential in order for you to move around the site and make full use of its features, such as access to various protected areas of the site. Without these cookies, certain necessary services, such as filling out a form, cannot be used. By using our site, you agree that these cookies can be installed on your device.

Functional Cookies
These cookies allow us to offer advanced functionality, as well as more information and dedicated functions. For example, watching a YouTube video, share content through social networks or make use of browser add-ons.

Third-Party Cookies
By browsing our site, you also receive third-party cookies like those used by Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc. (“Google”). Google Analytics uses cookies to analyze how users use the site. The information generated by the cookies about your use of the website (including your anonymous IP address) will be transmitted to and stored by Google on servers in the United States. Google will use this information to examine your use of the website, compiling reports on website activity for the operators and providing other services relating to website activity and internet usage. Google may also transfer this information to third parties unless required by law or where such third parties process the information on Google’s behalf. Google will not associate your IP address with any other data held by Google. You can refuse the use of cookies by selecting the appropriate settings on your browser, but we remind you that in this case you may not be able to us all features on this website. This site may also use some “social-plugin” for sharing and communication of content: their use is optional. These plugins will connect with the server in which you manage your social media, communicating to them the data you wish to publish and share through your social profile (of which remain solely responsible) and informing (the server) of the pages you’ve visited. To exclude this possibility, you must avoid sharing content through the use of social share buttons. For more details regarding the use and collection of date through the following plugins and to know how they are treated (and for what purpose), please consult the privacy policy of the holders of the services in question.

How to manage cookies on your computer

If you are concerned about the use of cookies, you can intervene and change the settings to prevent them. For example, by changing the browser to block certain types. If you want to change the settings for cookies, you can follow the steps below.

Google Chrome
1. Click on ‘Tools’ at the top of the browser window and select ‘Options’
2. Click the ‘Under the Hood’ tab, and then ‘Privacy’, and select the button ‘Content Settings’
3. Select ‘Allow local data to be set’

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0
1. Click on ‘Tool’ at the top of the browser window and select ‘Internet Options’ and click on the tab ‘Privacy’
2. To enable cookies in your browser, make sure that the privacy level is set to Medium or below
3. By setting the privacy level on the Middle you turn off the use of cookies

Mozilla Firefox
1. Click on ‘Tools’ at the top of the browser window and select ‘Options’
2. Select the icon ‘Privacy’
3. Click on ‘Cookies’ and select ‘I allow the use of cookies to the sites’

Safari for Windows
1. Click the ‘Cog’ at the top of the browser window and select ‘Preferences’
2. Click on ‘Protection’, select the option that says ‘Third-party block and cookies advertising’
3. Click ‘Save’

Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 for OSX
1. Click on ‘Explorer’ at the top of the browser window and select ‘Preferences’
2. Scroll down until you see ‘cookies’ in the ’Receiving Files’ section
3. Select the option ‘Do not ask’

Safari for OSX
1. Click ‘Safari’ at the top of the browser window and select ‘Preferences’
2. Slick on ‘Security’ and the ‘Accept Cookies’
3. Select ‘Only from site’

Mozilla and Netscape on OSX
1. Click on ‘Mozilla’ of ‘Netscape at the top of the browser and select ‘Preferences’
2. Scroll down until you see ‘Cookies’ under ‘Privacy Settings’
3. Select ‘Enable cookies for the originating site only’

Opera
1. Click on ‘Menu’ at the top of the browser and select ‘Settings’
2. Select ‘Preferences’, and then select ‘Advanced Tab’
3. Select ‘Accept Cookies’