You can disable the cookies in your browser whenever you want. This operation may limit some features related to the surfing inside the website.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are automatically saved on the users' devices inside the browser. They contain basic information related to the internet surfing and, thanks to browsers, are recognized each time that the user visits the website.
How to disable cookies from browsers
Click on "Tools" and then on "Internet Options". In Privacy, block or consent cookies, then save the new settings by clicking on "OK".
Select "Preferences" inthe "Firefox" menu of the browser. Then click on "Privacy", select or deselect "Traceability", or - in "Chronology" - select "Chronology", "Delete Chronology" or "Remove single cookies" saving mode. Then save the change by clicking on "OK".
Click on the "Chrome" menu in the toolbar of your browser. Select "Settings", then "Show advanced settings". In the "Privacy" section, select "Contents settings", then select your favourite handling mode from the "Cookie" section. Click on "End" to save the changes.
In the browser, select "Safari" and then "Preferences". In the window that you will display, select "Privacy" and then choose the option that you want in the section called "Cookies and websites data".
Activities needed for a proper working
This kind of cookies has a technical nature, and allows the website to properly work. In example, they keep the user connected during his surfing, if the access is made through authentication, avoiding that the access credentials are needed for each page during the surfing.
This kind of cookies allows to track the preferences selected by the user during his surfing, such as the language setting.
Statistical Activities and Audience Measurement
Third party profiling cookies
In the website, we use several suppliers that can install cookies for the proper working of the services they are offering. If you want to know more about these cookies and the way to disable them, please click on the links listed here below.
Technical cookies for the proper working of the services offered by third parties
Statistical cookies and Third parties audience Measurement cookies
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Social Media Sharing cookies