First Edition, Rev. 2, 03/06/2015
DRAFINSUB SRL uses some cookies to ensure you the best experience.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file which is archived on your browser. These file are widely used in the web to perform several actions that make the websites perform in an efficient way, interacting with them and storing useful information.
What cookies do we generate and use?
These cookies are generated directly by our CMS. We use an Open Source CMS wich is constantly kept up to date. This means that this software is constantly checked by thousands of users around the world for safety and quality, as well as respect of international standards. The essential cookies are commonly used and are needed by the website itself to work properly.
All the other cookies we generate and save in your browser are defined as “technical cookies”. They, for example, remember your language choice, to offer the same language at your next visit.
We do not store any sensible personal data from your navigation on our website
What third part generated cookies do we use?
We use services such as “Google Analytics”, like the most of the websites nowadays that uses its own cookies. These are commonly called analytics cookies, and help us understand were the traffic comes from, the most visited pages, the preferred languages used by our visitors. Once more, this helps us improving the navigation experience on our website.
Targeting or Advertising Cookies
We also use YouTube to show videos on our website. This can save more cookies by Google in your browser. These are the same cookies you will get visiting YouTube itself.
You can see the full list of cookies that Google uses at this web address.
How can you control cookies?
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