Cookies What are they? Cookies are pieces of information stored by your browser when you visit a website with any suitable device (such as a PC, a tablet or a smartphone). Each cookie contains various data (e.g., the name of its server of origin, a numerical identifier, etc.), and it may remain in the system for the duration of a session (until your browser is closed) or for long periods and may contain a unique identification code. What are they for? Cookies are used for various purposes depending on their type: some are strictly necessary for a website to function properly (technical cookies) while others optimise performance to offer an improved user experience or capture statistics on the use of the site, such as analytics cookies, or they allow you to see personalised advertising, such as profiling cookies. Consent: any provision of consent by the user is stored by MILLE885 under its area of responsibility, by means of a technical cookie, with a duration of 12 months. The user is notified by both a short disclosure (banner displayed until consent is provided or denied, as explained in paragraph
'How to disable cookies?') as well as this full disclosure; moreover, paragraph
contains the links to the privacy policies of any third parties, also for the purposes of disabling them (where this is directly available through the same). How do you disable them? You can disable cookies using either your browser settings (para. 5.4.4. 'How to disable cookies?') or using the mechanisms available from certain third parties (para. Cookies used on the site').
General types of cookies used on the site Technical cookies: they are essential for the site to work properly.
Analytics cookies (third party): these are used for aggregate analysis purposes of site visits, resorting to a third-party service. Profiling Cookies (third party): these are used to create profiles about the user and are used to send advertisements in keeping with the preferences shown by the same during their web browsing, resorting to a third-party service.
How to disable cookies? Control via browser: The most commonly used browsers (e.g., Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari) accept cookies by default, but this setting can be changed by the user at any time. This applies both for PCs as well as mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones: it is a generally and widely supported function. Consequently, cookies can easily be disabled by accessing the options or preferences of the browser being used and generally only third-party cookies can also be blocked; as a general rule, these options will only be effective for that particular browser and on that particular device, unless options to merge and apply these preferences onto multiple devices have been enabled. Specific instructions can be found in the Options or help page of the browser itself. Disabling technical cookies can however affect the full and/or correct operation of several sites, including this website. Normally, the browsers currently used: - offer the 'Do not track' option, which is supported by some websites (but not all). This way, some websites may no longer collect certain navigation data; - they offer the option of anonymous or incognito browsing: this way, data will not be collected in the browser and the browsing history will not be saved, but the navigation data will nevertheless be available for acquisition by the operator of the website visited; - they allow you to delete the cookies stored in full or in part, but once the website is visited again, they are normally installed if this possibility has not been blocked. Below are links to the support pages of the most widely used browsers (with instructions on how to disable cookies on these browsers):
-Chrome (Android e iOS)
Third-party cookies: third-party cookies can be disabled either using the above method or by contacting each individual third party (following the links provided in the previous paragraph). On-line tools: please note that from the http://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/ website not only provides more information about cookies, but also allows you to verify the installation of multiple cookies on your browser/device and, where supported, disable them too.