- Arbiter - September 2019 -
What are cookies
Cookies are small text files containing information automatically stored in your computer or in your mobile device when you enter the website. During subsequent visits, such information are re-transmitted and help to remember preferences and interests, improving the navigation experience on the site.
Technical cookies (which don’t need user consent) are:
related to activities strictly necessary for the use and the provision of the service;
related to activities of remembering preferences and optimization (for example, flash player cookies, if they don’t exceed the session duration; shopping basket or language/currency storage cookies);
statistic cookies when directly used by the website manager to collect group of information.
Non-technical cookies do not require the user’s prior consent:
first and third party adv cookies;
social network cookies;
statistic cookies completely managed by third parties;
There are two analytics tools exempt from consent obligation:
analytics cookies directly installed either in the first part of the server or in the server farm without interaction with third parties (eg, tools like Piwik);
third-party-managed but anonymous cookies, i.e. whose analytics disaggregated data are not accessible to third parties at IP level.
This website uses technical cookies to supply the user with a better navigation experience storing some browsing preferences. Among these cookies, there are those which set the language and the currency or those used by the website owner to manage statistic data.
Third party cookies: Google Analytics
It follows third-party cookies details and the link to get more information and to disable cookies.
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How to disable cookies
Most of browsers allow to disable cookies:
Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/it-it/windows7/how-to-manage-cookies-in-internet-explorer-9