What are cookies
Cookies are small text files that the server sends to the user's computer.
They can be stored on your computer and used to improve and personalize navigation but also to provide relevant information during future visits to the site.
Session or navigation cookies
This typology allows you to correctly define the language by passing and keeping it while browsing. Cookies also allow you to create an account and log in. These cookies are necessary for the website to function properly.
Technical or analytical cookies
This type of cookie is used by a web traffic analysis tool, such as Google Analytics. They allow user browsing analysis to understand how the site is used. Browsing data is collected in aggregate form.
Third party cookies
These cookies are used by services other than the current site you are browsing.
Cookie used by this site
This site uses session and technical cookies. The cookies used are listed in this table:
Internet browsers usually accept cookies automatically, in any case it is always possible to disable this feature and remove cookies at any time through the browser settings. The methods differ according to the type and version of the browser, so we recommend that you refer to the manual or the specific help screen of your program.
Open Chrome on your computer.
At the top right, click More More and then Settings.
Click on Privacy and security and then Cookies and other site data.
Click on Show all cookies and site data and then Remove all.
To confirm, click Clear All.
On the menu bar at the top of the screen, click Firefox and select Preferences.
Select the Privacy and security panel and move to the Cookies and data section of the websites.
Click the Delete Data… button to display the Delete Data dialog box.
Both the Cookies and Website Data (to delete login information and site preferences) and Cached Web Content (to delete cached images, scripts and other content) boxes should be checked.
Open Microsoft Edge and select Settings and more> Settings> Privacy, search and services.
Under Clear browsing data, select Choose items to clear.
In Time range choose a time range.
Select Cookies and other site data, then Clear now.
In the Safari app on your Mac, choose Safari> Preferences, click Privacy, then run Remove cookies and stored data.
Click "Manage Website Data", select one or more websites, then click Remove or "Remove All".
Removing the data could reduce the possibility of being tracked, but it could also interrupt access to websites or change their behavior.