Cookies are small text files that are sent to the user´s computer or mobile device by visited a website; they are stored in the user´s terminal equipment to be then re-transmitted to the websites on the user´s subsequent visits to those websites so that they can recognise your actions and remember things like whether you are logged into a members only area, the language you chose, or other preferences.
Cookies can be distinguished into two major group: “Technical” cookies and “profiling” cookies
Technical cookies are those used exclusively with a view to "carrying out the transmission of a communication on an electronic communications network, or insofar as this is strictly necessary to the provider of an information society service that has been explicitly requested by the contracting party or user to provide the said service.
They can be grouped into a) browsing or session cookies, which allow users to navigate and use a website (e.g. to purchase items online or authenticate themselves to access certain sections); b) analytics cookies, which can be equated to technical cookies insofar as they are used directly by the website manager to collect aggregate information on the number of visitors and the pattern of visits to the website; c) functional cookies, which allow users to navigate as a function of certain pre-determined criteria such as language or products to be purchased so as to improve the quality of service.
Users'prior consent is not necessary to install these cookies, whilst a complete information has to be provided.
Profiling cookies are aimed at creating user profiles. They are used to send ads messages in line with the preferences shown by the user during navigation.
Users must give their consent after being informed.
Cookies are also distinguished in “first party” cookies and “third party” cookies. First party cookies are stored by the manager of the website. Third party cookies are stored by the manager of another website. This happens because the visited website may contain items such as images, maps, sound files, links to individual web pages on different domains that are located on servers other than the one where the page being visited is stored.
We would like to clarify that we don't controll the informations provided by third parties cookies and we don't have access to data. Third parties have all these informations and you can learn more reading thier privacy policies.
What Cookies does this site use?
In order to make your user experience as smooth and easy as possible we use the following cookie:
-technical cookie (session cookie) strictly necessary for the good use of the website
- We also make use of third-parties cookies. The third parties are Controllers of the processing of data collected by cookies. So the user has to read their privacy policies linked below:
|GPS||Youtube.com||HTTP||Session||Registers a unique ID on device to enable tracking based on geographical GPS location|
|VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE||Youtube.com||HTTP||179 giorni||Tries to estimate the users' bandwidth on pages with integreted Youtube videos|
|YSC||Youtube.com||HTTP||Session||Registers a unique ID to keep statistica of what videos from Youtube the user has seen|
|yt-remote-cast-installed||Youtube.com||HTML||Session||Stores the users' video player preferences using embedded Youtube video|
|yt-remote-connected-devices||Youtube.com||HTML||Persistent||Stores the users' video player preferences using embedded Youtube video|
|yt-remote-device-id||Youtube.com||HTML||Persistent||Stores the users' video player preferences using embedded Youtube video|
|yt-remote-fast-ceck-period||Youtube.com||HTML||Session||Stores the users' video player preferences using embedded Youtube video|
|yt-remote-session-name||Youtube.com||HTML||Session||Stores the users' video player preferences using embedded Youtube video|
How do I controll cookies?
Most browsers will allow you to see which cookies are stored and which site(s) have set them. You will usually need to go into the settings/preferences section of your browser to find the cookies information.
All modern browsers should let you see what cookies have been set and block or delete them.
You should be aware that if you delete cookies you could lose preferences that make your browsing experience easier.
If you block cookies completely a lot of websites won't work at all and others will only have partial functionality.
If you only want to block third-party cookies generated by advertisers, trackers, etc, you can turn these off without affecting the cookies that make websites work.
The links below take you to the 'Help/Support' sections for each of the major browsers (cookie settings are usually in the security/privacy section), so that you can find out more about how to manage your cookies: