(1) Information about cookies A cookie is a small file, usually consisting of letters and numbers, that is downloaded to a device when the user accesses certain websites. Cookies allow a website to recognize the user's device, can trace their navigation through the different pages of a Web site and identify users that visit a site again. Cookies do not contain information that identifies you personally, but the personal information that we store in relation to the user can be linked to information maintained by us in cookies and obtained from them. For more information visit: http://www.allaboutcookies.org/
(1.a) Session Cookies and Permanent Cookies can expire at the end of a browser session (the period between the opening of a window of the browser by the user and its closure) or they can be kept for longer time. - Session Cookies - allow Web sites to link the actions of a user during a browser session. Session cookies expire when the browser session ends and therefore are not kept long. For this reason, the session cookie may be considered less intrusive in terms of privacy with respect to permanent cookies. ? - Persistent cookies - are stored on a user's device between browser sessions and let you store your preferences or user actions with respect to a site (or in some cases compared to other websites).
(1b) First Party Cookies and Third Party A cookie is "first-hand" or "third-party" according to the Web site or the domain from which it comes. - The first-party cookies are, in essence, cookies set by a Web site visited by the user or by a Web site appears in the URL window. ? - The third-party cookies are cookies set by a domain other than the one visited by the user. There is talk of a third-party cookies when a user visits a Web site and a third company sets a cookie through that site.
(2.a) Session Cookies NAME DESCRIPTION COOKIE COOKIE Numerical code (randomly generated) that identifies the user's session
(3) Block / cookie management E 'can configure your browser to accept all cookies, reject all or to be notified when a cookie is set. Each browser is different, so you should check the browser help procedures to change the cookie preferences. For example: in Internet Explorer you can block all cookies by clicking "Tools", "Internet Options", "Privacy", and selecting "Block all cookies" using the sliding selector; in Firefox you can block all cookies by clicking "Tools", "Options" and unchecking "Accept cookies from sites" in the "Privacy" tab. Blocking all cookies will, however, have a negative impact on the usability of many websites. If you block all cookies, you can not fully use the features and applications on this website. In detail: button "(back) back" in the pages of this site (eg. in the pages / product sheets) may not re-direct the user to the previously viewed page; filling out registration forms on the website, the system will not be able to keep in memory the user information in the passage from one step to the next record.
(4) Deleting cookies You can also delete cookies already stored on your computer: check your browser's help. For example: in Internet Explorer, you must manually delete cookie files (instructions for this can be found at (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/278835); in Firefox, you can delete cookies by clicking "Tools", "Options", "Privacy", then choose "Use custom settings" in the "Settings history" and then selecting "Remove Cookies" from the "Show Cookies" and confirming the operation.