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Cookie policy

 Music Tools & More srl is the owner of the processing of personal data carried out through the use of cookies and similar technologies from the site This text provides useful information for enabling / disabling cookies while browsing.


What are cookies

Cookies are packets of information sent by a web server (from this site) to the user's Internet browser and automatically stored on the PC or mobile device and automatically sent back to the server at each subsequent access to the site. For the correct use of this site, we recommend configuring the browser so that it accepts the reception of cookies. We inform that by default almost all web browsers are set to automatically accept cookies. Users can still change the default configuration but disabling or deleting cookies could compromise the optimal use of some areas of the site or some features.


What they are used for or cookies

Cookies are used for various purposes. The main ones are to facilitate the execution of processes related to web browsing, with the aim of automating some of the procedures that would otherwise have to be repeated every time you browse a site; store information relating to user terminal configurations; store browsing preferences; monitor technical elements related to the browsing session.


Which cookies we use

Our site uses the cookies indicated in the following table:

Notes on third party cookies

AddThis, Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Flickr, Pinterest, Google+, Instagram and other social networks can use cookies useful for sharing content on social networks or for processing access statistics. The presence, number and status of these cookies may depend on the use that the user makes of the networks in question or during the visit to the site. Users are invited to take note of the cookie management policy of social networks on the sites concerned.

How to install or remove cookies from the terminal

It is possible to decide which cookies to accept through the settings of the browser used to navigate. The default settings of most browsers provide for the acceptance of cookies, but the user can change these settings by intervening on the configuration of the browser itself. There are also various types of software that can act on cookies, such as web services or browser add-ons. Effects of deactivating cookies If you decide to disable cookies, it is good to take into account their characteristics, to avoid incurring unwanted changes to navigation on the site. In particular, the deactivation of technical cookies could prevent the use of some features of the site.

More information on cookies: All About Cookies

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