Cookies are small text files that visited websites send to the user's terminal (computer, tablet, smartphone, or laptop), where they are saved and later sent back to those same websites during subsequent visits. They are used for computer authentications, session monitoring, and for saving various pieces of information. Certain cookies are necessary to delivering the website correctly, or are helpful in customizing how it is used: declining them may compromise certain functions of the website. Other cookies are used to track your preferences: you may find ads on this website, published directly or by third parties, that match your interests, which are inferred from your online activity and your surfing habits. Please note that if you decide to disable the cookies that are meant to deliver "targeted" or "behavioral" advertising, the generic advertising banners will still be displayed. By default, nearly all browsers are set to automatically accept cookies. However, visitors/users can still change the default configuration, as described more fully later in this Policy.
Persistent cookies: These cookies will be saved on the user's/visitor's device until they expire. Session cookies: These cookies disappear when you close the browser. First-party cookies: these can be persistent or session cookies; they are managed directly by the owner and/or processor of the website and are used, for example, to ensure the technical operation of the website (so-called "technical cookies"), or to track preferences the user has given for using the website. Third-party cookies: these can also be persistent or session cookies; They are generated and managed by processors outside the website the user has visited, and are used for example to see how many pages are visited on the website itself (so-called "statistical cookies" or "analytics cookies") or to publish content or advertising on the website the user is visiting.
Principal purpose of cookies
Management of first-party cookies
This website only uses "technical" cookies for purposes strictly necessary to the operation of the website: to allow the user to navigate and enable certain functions to maintain control over website performance levels to allow users to use services as an authenticated user (e.g., authentication cookies) to improve their customer experience and to save the visitor's choices (e.g., the language or pages viewed).
Management of third-party cookies
The website can use third-party cookies for statistical purposes, such as to learn the number of pages viewed and the number of unique users (e.g., Google Analytics) or for additional functions, such as maps (Google Maps). Cookies are used on the widest range of social networks. Furthermore, the website can also publish anonymous third-party cookies in order to dynamically show advertising in an advanced way, that is, advertising messages based on the online choices the user has made, even on websites other than this one. Please note that lookclear.it does not have access to, nor can it control, information that may be collected by third parties through their cookies.
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Certain cookies are installed on the site by the owner or processor independent of direct agreements with third parties (for example, through other sites that manage the sale of advertising space); to easily manage third-party cookies, we suggest referring to the Your Online Choices website. This site can help you find out which cookies are active on your computer in observance of the directions given by the Network Advertising Initiative.
Managing cookies through your browser
You can now remove existing cookies and block any new ones from being installed through your browser settings. If users/visitors wish to decide on a case-by-case basis whether or not to accept cookies, they can configure their browser to generate an alert each time a cookie is saved. The most common browsers offer the option to block only third-party cookies and accept only those from the website itself. Cookie management procedures vary by browser. Below are the instructions for the most common browsers.
Manage cookies through this browser's settings. Activate incognito browsing mode. Delete cookies, block them selectively if you want, and receive alerts on your cookie settings.
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Manage cookies through this browser's settings. Manage the privacy settings panel and prevent tracking of your online activities. Enable and disable cookies. Delete cookies. Block cookies. Disable third-party cookies only.
Manage cookies through this browser's settings.
Manage cookies through this browser's settings.