Cookies can be “per session” or persistent. Per-session cookies make it possible to identify a user during a live session, which means that cookies are stored and are only valid for the duration of an active session, i.e. during your visit to the website. These cookies do not permanently record any information on the hard drive of your computer and expire at the end of the session.
In general, the cookies that we use are only associated to an anonymous user and their computer and do not provide references that make it possible to work out the name and surnames of the user.
Users can always customise the use of “cookies”, as well as prevent the collection of “cookies” by modifying the user’s browser options, among the most common of which are:
Completely blocking “cookies” may prevent some websites from being displayed correctly.
We specifically use the following types of cookies on our website:
To remove cookies from a site, go to your browser settings, find those associated to the domain in question and eliminate them.