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To run this well site, sometimes we install on your device of small data files that are called “cookies”. Even most of the major sites do the same.


A cookie is a small text file that websites often store on your computer or mobile device when you visit them. Thanks to cookies the site remember your actions and preferences (eg. Login, language, font size and other display settings) so you do not have to enter them again when you get back on the site and browse from page to page.


The website cookies displayed are derived from the Web site displays and can be permanent or temporary. They can be used to store information that will be used again the next site visit.


The third-party cookies come from ads on other sites, such as pop-ups or banners, on the Web site appears. They can be used to track the use of the Web site for marketing purposes.


Some pages use cookies to:

– Use the services of Google Analytics.

– Authorize the use of cookies on the site.

In addition, some videos inserted in our pages use a cookie to compile statistics, anonymously, how did you get on the page and what videos you have seen.

You do not need to activate the cookies because the site features, but do it improves navigation. You can delete or block cookies, but in this case some site functions may not work properly.

Information regarding the cookies are not used to identify users and navigation data are always under our control. These cookies are used only for the purposes described herein.


You can check and / or verify the cookies as you want – to learn more, GoogleCookies.
You can delete cookies already on your computer and set all browsers to block its installation. If you choose this option, however, you will need to manually change some preferences every time you visit the site and it is possible that some services or certain features may not be available.



Enabling or disabling cookies

1. Click on the icon in the Chrome menu.

2. Select Settings.

3. At the bottom of the page, click Show Advanced Settings.

4. In the “Privacy” section, click Content settings.

5. Enable or disable cookies:

6. To enable cookies, select Allow saving data locally (recommended).

7. To turn off cookies, select Block sites from setting any data.

8. Click Done to save.

If you’d prefer that Google Chrome is not stored a record of your visits and your download, you can surf the Web in incognito mode.

Opening a window incognito

A window incognito looks different from a normal window. The top of a window incognito is gray or blue, depending on your computer or device.

To open an incognito, follow these steps:

Exit incognito

To exit incognito, you can:

· Click the X in the window.

· Use the keyboard shortcut Alt + F4 (Windows and Linux) or? -Maiuscole-W (Mac).

· Closing the last tab in a window; the window is closed automatically.

How does it work

· The navigation history is not recorded. Web pages viewed and downloaded files incognito mode are not recorded in your browsing and downloads.

· The cookies are deleted. All new cookies are deleted after you close all incognito windows.

· You can easily switch to incognito and normal. You can simultaneously open windows incognito and normal windows and switch between modes.

· The extensions are disabled. Windows incognito extensions are disabled automatically. This is because Google Chrome does not control how to handle your personal data from the extensions. If you want an extension to be displayed in the windows of incognito, select the check box “Allow in incognito” on the extension.

Data stored

Chrome Store updates bookmarks and general settings.

Chrome saves any changes to the list, or General Settings mode incognito.

Websites may keep a record of your visit.

The incognito is intended only keeps Google Chrome from storing information about the websites you’ve visited. On websites you visit may be stored records of your visit. In addition, all files saved on your computer or on your mobile device are stored.


To delete cookies, follow these steps:

1. Open Internet Explorer, click the Start button. In the search box, type Internet Explorer, and then in the list of results, click Internet Explorer.

2. Click the Tools button, and then click Internet Options.

3. Click the General tab and then click Delete Browsing History.

4. Select the Cookies check box and then click Delete if it is not already selected. Select or clear the check boxes for the other options that you want to delete. To keep cookies for your saved favorites, select the check box Preserve Favorites website data.


Preferences for cookies
Preferences> Advanced> Cookies. These settings allow you to configure the handling of cookies in Opera. The default is to accept all cookies.

Accept cookies
All cookies are accepted

Accept cookies only from the site I visit
The third-party cookies, sent from a domain other than the one you are visiting, are rejected.

Never accept cookies
All cookies are refused

Delete new cookies when exiting Opera
Some Web sites require cookies to function properly. In this case, if you want to prevent cookies sent are stored between sessions and the other navigation, activate the “Delete new cookies when exiting Opera”.

Ask me before accepting cookies
To decide what to do from time to time received cookies, select “Ask me before accepting cookies”. In doing so, each new cookie, you’ll see the dialog box cookie containing information about the origin of the cookie and its attributes.

Manage Cookies
The cookie manager, you can view and edit the cookies saved by Opera. The button “Manage Cookies …”, it opens a window containing a list of folders, each identified by a domain. After using the quick search field to locate a domain, open the folder to view all cookies connected to it.

The dialog box of cookies
The dialog box of cookies is displayed whenever a Web site has a cookie, but only if you enabled the option “Prompt before accepting cookies” in Preferences> Advanced> Cookies. The dialog displays the origin of the cookie and its attributes and allows you to choose whether to accept or reject it.

Force removal exiting Opera
Check the “force removal exiting Opera” to request that the cookie is removed when the session ends regardless of its expiration date.

Remember my choice for all cookies for this domain
To accept or reject all cookies set for the same domain, check the box “Remember my choice for all cookies for this domain”. Thus, the next offer of a cookie to the same domain, the dialog box will not be shown.

Details on cookies
Click on “details on cookie” to display all the attributes.


To set the blocking of cookies
touches Block Cookies and choose “Never”, “Third-party advertisers and” or “Always”. Cookies are information websites that are stored on the device to allow themselves to remember the sites you visit again and so that the web page can be customized based on the information obtained.
Important: some pages will work only if you accept cookies.

To enable or disable JavaScript
Click Advanced, and enable or disable the corresponding option. JavaScript lets web programmers control elements of the page. For example, a page that uses JavaScript might display the current date and time, or open a link in a new pop-up window.

To remove information from the device

· To clear your history from Safari, tap Settings> Safari> Clear History.

· To clear all cookies from Safari, tap Settings> Safari> Clear Cookies and Data.
To erase other stored information from Safari, tap Advanced> Information websites> Remove all website data.


To check or change your settings:

Click the menu and select Options.
Select the Privacy panel.
Under Settings history: select Use custom settings.
To enable cookies, mark the entry Accept cookies from sites; unmark to disable the voice.
If you are having problems with cookies, make sure also that the option Accept third party cookies is not set to Never.
Choose how long cookies can be stored:
Keep until they expire: cookies will be removed when they reach the expiration date (the date set by the site that sends cookies).
Keep until I close Firefox: The cookies that are stored on your computer will be removed when Firefox closes.
Keep until ask me every time: Displays an alert every time a website tries to set a cookie and asks if you want this cookie is stored.
Click OK to close the Options window.
Delete cookies for a specific site

1. Click on the menu button and select Options.

2. Select the Privacy panel.

3. Under Settings history: select Use custom settings.

4. Click the entry Show Cookies …. Window opens Cookies.

5. In the Search field, type the name of the site you want to remove cookies. A list showing the cookie relating to your search.

6. In the list, select the cookies to remove and click Remove Cookie.

7. To select all the cookies in the list, select the first cookie and press Shift + End.

8. Click the Close button to close the window Cookies.

9. Click OK to close the Options window.

Delete all cookies

1. Click on the menu button, select History and then Clear Recent History.

2. From the drop-down menu Time range to clear: select all.

3. Click the arrow next to Details to display the list of items to delete.

4. Select Cookies and make sure there are selected the other elements that you want to keep.

5. Click Clear Now to delete cookies, then close the window Delete Complete History.

Block cookies from a particular site

Visit the site to which you want to disable the ability to set cookies.
Click with the right button by placing the mouse cursor in the page and select Page Info.
In the Page Info window, select the Permissions panel.
Set the cookie line, remove the mark from Use default. Select the Block.
Close the Window page.
Remove any cookies that the website has already set in Firefox.
View a list of blocked websites

Click the menu and select Options.
Select the Privacy panel.
Under Settings history: select Use custom settings.
Next to Accept cookies from sites, click Exceptions.
Block cookies for all sites

Click the menu and select Options.
Select the Privacy panel.
Under Settings chronology select Use custom settings.
Remove the check mark from Accept cookies from sites.
Click OK to close the Options window.
Disable third party cookies

The third-party cookies are cookies set by a website other than the one you are currently visiting. For example, the website may contain within it a button “like” Facebook. That button will set a cookie that can be read by Facebook. This could be considered as a third-party cookies.

Some advertisers use these types of cookies to track user visits to all sites where they offer their services. If a user feels that this traceability can be a source of concern and of invasion of their privacy, in Firefox you can disable third-party cookies.


· Disabling third party cookies can in some cases prevent tracking by advertisers but not all.

· Some websites (such as Microsoft’s Hotmail, MSN and Windows Live Mail mailboxes) using third-party cookies for purposes that are not necessarily related to privacy and their deactivation may interfere with the proper functioning of those sites .

The settings of the third-party cookies are available in the Privacy panel of the Options window of Firefox:

Click the menu, select Options.
Select the Privacy panel.
Under Settings history: select Use custom settings.
Set the Accept third-party cookies to Never.
Note: If you are surfing with this approach you realize that you can not properly display some of your favorite web sites, an intermediate solution is to set the Accept third-party cookies on the sites visited. This setting allows you to accept third-party cookies from Web sites you’ve previously visited.