The EU policy 2009/136/EG (E-Privacy) regulates the use of cookies on websites. This was implemented in Italy on 25 May 2012.

What Are Cookies?
A cookie is a tiny text file which is sent to your browser from one of the websites you have visited. It saves information on your last visit for example your preferred language or other settings.

Cookies are predominantly divided into two groups:

Technical cookies: 
These contain data which enables the functioning of the web page and the services requested by the user, e.g. navigation or log-in functions. Without these cookies parts of the web page cannot function correctly.

Profiling cookies: 
These are intended to record the user's navigation of the internet and to create a profile of their interests, habits and decisions. In addition such cookies can be used for marketing or to advertise products which may interest you.

How Do We Use Cookies?
We use cookies to ensure the best possible user experience. In addition third parties will use them to determine how you navigate our website and which content interests you. These services also save cookies onto your device.

How Can I Prevent Cookies Being Saved?
You can disable or delete cookies in your browser settings. Deactivating cookies may mean that some web pages do not function as desired.

Here you will find the respective browser settings:

Internet Explorer: 
1. Open Internet Explorer
2. Click on the Extras button and then internet options
3. Click on the data protection tab

Mozilla Firefox: 
1. Open Mozilla Firefox.
2. Click on the menu symbol and select settings
3. Open the data protection section
4. In the section “Firefox will” select: “use customised settings for history”

Google Chrome: 
1. Open Google Chrome
2. Click on the menu symbol and select settings
3. Click on “advanced settings”
4. In the “data protection” section choose the content settings option.

1. Click on “data protection” settings
2. In the area “Accept cookies” you can determine whether and when Safari should save web page cookies. For further information click on the help button (with a question mark symbol)

Furthermore, the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance also allows you the opportunity to deactivate non-technical third party cookies via