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  • February 16, 2023

Last updated: February 16, 2023

What is a cookie?

Cookies are small pieces of data that are downloaded onto your device when you visit a website. At each subsequent visit, cookies are sent back to the website that created them (first-party cookies) or to another site that recognises them (third-party cookies). Cookies are useful because they allow a website to recognise the User’s device. They have different purposes, for example, allowing you to browse efficiently between pages, remembering your favourite sites and, in general, improving your browsing experience. They also help to ensure that the advertising content displayed online is more relevant to the user and his personal interests. Depending on their function and their intended purpose, cookies can be divided into “technical cookies”, “profiling cookies” and “third-party cookies.”

Technical cookies

Technical cookies do not require User consent in accordance with Art. 122 paragraph 1 of Legislative Decree no. 196/2003. Among these technical cookies, we highlight the essential cookies, also called “Strictly Necessary”, which enable functions, without which it would not be possible to make full use of the Website. These cookies are used exclusively by the Nicola Morelli and are therefore first-party cookies. They are stored on your computer only for the duration of the current browser session. Essential cookies are used for example, to remember your preferences regarding the acceptance of using the cookies themselves. These cookies also assist the passage from http to https when you change page, in order to safeguard the security of the transmitted data. Essential Cookies cannot be disabled using the features of this Website. Also included amongst¬† technical cookies are those used to analyse statistics regarding access or visits to the site, also called “analytics”, which are purely for statistical purposes, (but not for marketing or profiling) and for collecting information in aggregate form without the possibility of identifying the individual user. These cookies can be disabled and / or removed through the browser settings.

Profiling cookies

Profiling cookies are aimed at analysing User behaviour for marketing purposes (eg. for sending targeted advertisements).

Third-party cookies

When browsing this Site, the User could also receive cookies from other sites or web servers (so called “third-party cookies”): this is because the site could include elements such as, images, maps, sounds, specific links to web pages of other domains found on different servers from the one on which the required page is found. These cookies are set directly by website operators or different servers from the Site. These third parties could in theory set cookies when you visit the Site and therefore obtain information related to the fact that you have visited this website. You will find more information on the use of cookies by clicking on the link below. If the User decides not to grant permission for the use of third party cookies, only functions on the Site which do not require these cookies may be used.

How can cookies be disabled?

In general, cookies can be completely disabled at any time through your browser settings (the program used for surfing the web).

We advise you to search for the latest information on their functions directly from the pages compiled by their developers and / or license holders. You can for example, search for “cookie management by + the name and version of your browser” on your favourite search engine.

We also invite you to visit the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance website at