This site uses "cookies". Cookies are small pieces of data that are stored temporarily in the browser memory. The data collected through cookies allow you to compare new and past visitors, understand how users navigate the website, and in general allow a better experience of using the site.
Cookies type we use:
These cookies are essential to navigation throughout the site and to the use of all its features, such as access to the various protected areas of the site. Without these cookies, some necessary services, such as filling out a form for a competition, can not be used.
These cookies collect information on how users use a website, for example which pages are most visited, or if they receive error messages from web pages. These cookies do not collect information that identifies a visitor. All information collected through cookies is aggregated and therefore anonymous. They are used only to improve the functioning of a website. By using our site, you agree that these cookies can be stored on your device.
Cookies allow the site to remember the choices made by the user (such as name, language or region of origin) and provide customized advanced features. These cookies can also be used to remember changes made to text size, fonts and other parts of web pages that can be customized. They can also be used to provide services you've asked how to watch a video or comments on a blog. The information collected from these types of cookies can be made anonymous and not able to monitor your browsing activity on other websites. By using our site, you agree that these cookies can be installed on your device.
Cookies used by this site
This site uses both first-party and third-party cookies.
In the table below and in the following chapters, the analytical cookies of third parties present in the website are reported in detail.
|COOKIE NAME||DEFAULT DEADLINE||TYPE||COOKIE DESCRIPTION|
|_ga||The default expiration is set after 2 years||Third party analytic||This cookie is associated with Google Analytics and is used to distinguish users by assigning to each of them a randomly generated number as an identifier. It is used to calculate the number of page visitors, sessions and data in order to produce anonymized statistical analysis report.|
|_gid||The default expiration is set after 24 hours||Third party analytic||This cookie is associated with Google Analytics and is used to distinguish users by assigning to each of them a randomly generated number as an identifier. It is used to calculate the number of page visitors, sessions and data in order to produce anonymized statistical analysis report.|
|_gat||The default expiration is every 10 minutes||Third party analytic||This cookie is associated with Google Analytics, it is used to speed up access requests.|
|_unam||The default deadline is after 9 months||Third party analytic||The "__unam" cookie is part of the ShareThis service and monitors "click activity", for example: visited pages, page-by-page navigation, time spent on a page, etc. The ShareThis service identifies you personally if you are separately registered with ShareThis with a ShareThis account and you have given your consent.|
Google Analytics Cookies
Google Adwords & Google Remarketing Cookies
This website could use Google Adwords and Google Remarketing. Both services are managed by Google Inc.. The AdWords conversion tracking feature also uses i cookies. A cookie is added to help us keep track of sales and other conversions to a user's computer when that user clicks on an ad. This cookie lasts 30 days and does not collect or monitor information that can personally identify a user. Users can disable Google conversion tracking cookies in the settings of your Internet browser.
Our site complies with the "Rules for advertising based on interests and location" of Google, available at the following link: https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/143465#sensitive.
Google Plus Cookies
Our website could use Google's social network Google+ (Google Plus). When you call from our site a page that contains the "+1" button, your browser loads and plays back the content of the associated Google+ page. In this way the Google server recognizes the page of our site that you are visiting. The history of explorations is stored for a maximum period of two weeks.