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Cookie policy


On our site we use cookies to make sure we offer you the best browsing experience.

Last update july 2023

Definition of cookie

A cookie is a small text file that can be saved by your computer or
mobile device while you visit a website or parts of it. Thanks to
cookies the website saves some information that is used on your next
visit to the site or when you navigate from page to page. Often cookies
are also used to save anonymous information in relation to browsing
patterns (links of origin, outbound links, duration of visit), to
monitor and analyse the performance, operation and efficiency of the
Website in order to improve and optimise its functionalities.

How we use cookies

Our website does not use behavioural cookies, or
cookies that allow or are able to activate programmes, load viruses or
monitor your devices. We do not use cookies to access the information on
your devices, save data on your devices or monitor their activity.

Instead, our website uses cookies to operate the WordPress
database, to memorise the language of the browser, to save the consent to our use of cookies on the site and to save the
likes on blog articles – the latter are activated only in case of affixing the like.

Our website also uses Google Analytics for web statistics services, therefore Google may place Google Analytics cookies on your devices to trace and examine visitors browsing patterns anonymously.

To help you decide whether to accept or refuse the use of cookies, we
have listed and described the types of cookies we may use on our site.

First-party cookies: These cookies are set by the website the user is visiting and whose URL is shown in the address bar.

Third-party cookies: These cookies are set by a different domain from the one visited by the user, for example, Google Analytics cookies.

Session cookies: These cookies are temporarily saved and cancelled once the user closes the browser.

Persistent cookies: Persistent cookies are saved on
the user’s device between browsing sessions and allow to memorise
preferences or actions performed by the user on a website. They may be
used for different purposes, for example to save preferences and
selections made in previous browsing sessions of the site.

Essential or technical cookies: The use of these
cookies is essential to operate a website. Without these cookies some
parts of the website would not function correctly. They include, for
example, cookies that allow to access secure sections of a website.
These cookies do not collect information for marketing purposes and
cannot be disabled.

Functionality cookies: These cookies are used to
recognise returning website users. They allow to personalise content and
save the preferences selected by the user (for example, the language or
geographic area). These cookies do not record information that can be
used to identify the user. All information collected is anonymous.

Here we provide the list of cookies used on the Site, their descriptions, functionalities and duration.


Type of CookiePurposeOriginDurationCookie Name
First-party FunctionalCookies acceptancedeuxdixdouze.comPersistentmoove_gdpr_popup
First-party Functionalsave likes on articlesdeuxdixdouze.comPersistentqode-like_*
First-party FunctionalLanguage selectiondeuxdixdouze.comPersistentwp-wpml_current_language, _icl_visitor_lang_js, wp-wpml_current_admin_language_*
Third-party AnalyticsGoogle AnalyticsGooglePersistent_ga, _ga_*


Follow this link for further information about Google Analytics services and the procedures to follow to disable cookies:

Our website features buttons to share content on the main social networks, which generate cookies only if used. By choosing to share the contents of our site on Google+, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin.

Accepting and disabling/cancelling cookies

From the button always visible at the bottom left (gear icon) it is possible at any time to manage/modify the consent to the use of cookies. However, it is also possible to delete or block cookies using your browser.

Please be reminded that by disabling cookies the ability to browse
the website may be reduced and the functionalities of the website

Most browsers automatically accept cookies but also allow users to
change cookie preference settings. Users may block all cookies or accept
some and disable others, as explained below:

How to disable cookies through your browser:


  • Open your Chrome Browser
  • Click on the menu on the browser’s toolbar next to the URL window
  • Select “Settings”
  • Click on “Show advanced settings”
  • In the “Privacy” section, click on the “Content settings” button
  • In the “Cookies” section you may change the following cookie settings:
  • Allow local data to be set
  • Keep local data only until you quit your browser
  • Block sites from setting any data
  • Block third-party cookies and site data
  • Manage exceptions for some Internet sites
  • Eliminate one or all cookies

For more information, please visit the dedicated page.

Mozilla Firefox

  • Open your Mozilla Firefox Browser
  • Click on the menu on the browser’s toolbar next to the URL window
  • Select “Options”
  • Select the “Privacy” panel
  • Click on “Show advanced settings”
  • In the “Privacy” section, click on the “Content settings” button
  • In the “Tracking” section you may change the following cookie settings:
  • Tell websites I do not want to be tracked
  • Tell websites I allow tracking
  • Don’t set any preference with regards to personal data tracking
  • From the “History” section you may:
  • By enabling “Use custom settings” choose to accept third-party
    cookies (always, on most visited sites or never) and keep them until
    they expire, you close Firefox or ask every time
  • Remove cookies individually

For more information, please visit the dedicated page.

Safari 6

  • Open your Safari Browser
  • Click on “Safari”, select “Preferences” and click on “Privacy”
  • In the “Block Cookies” section specify how Safari must accept cookies from websites.
  • To see which websites have stored cookies click on “Details”

For more information, please visit the dedicated page.

Safari iOS (dispositivi mobile)

  • Open your Safari iOS Browser
  • Tap on “Settings”, then on “Safari”
  • Tap on “Block Cookies” and choose an option: “Never”, “Third-party and advertisers” or “Always”
  • To cancel all cookies saved by Safari, tap on “Settings”, then on “Safari” and finally on “Cancel cookies and data”

For more information, please visit the dedicated page.


  • Open your Opera Browser
  • Click on “Preferences”, then on “Advanced”, finally on “Cookies
  • Choose one of the following options:
  • Accept all cookies
  • Accept only cookies from the Site you are visiting: third-party
    cookies and cookies sent by a different domain from the one you are
    visiting will not be saved
  • Never accept cookies: no cookies will be saved

For more information, please visit the dedicated page.

How to disable third party cookies