Cookies disclosure


This website (“Website”) uses Cookies and similar tools to ensure that the user (“User”) has personalised access to the Website and to improve the associated browsing and services. By accessing the Website, the User consents to TENACTA’S use of Cookies (“Cookies”) based on the following provisions and to the extent permitted by the applicable laws and regulations.

What are Cookies?

Cookies are small alphanumeric text files that are saved to the User's computer (or other devices capable of web-browsing, such as smartphones and tablets) when you visit the Website.

Cookies can be used by the web server to identify and track Users while browsing through the various pages of the Website and to identify Users when they return to the website. Cookies facilitate the User's browsing and provide secure connections.

Cookies can be session-specific or permanent, and they can be set according to the length of time that the User is on the terminal.

Session Cookies are automatically deleted at the end of each browsing session (e.g., in order to keep track of the goods and services that the User has added to the virtual shopping cart). Cookies that have a longer life-span may be characterised as permanent Cookies (e.g., in order to keep track of the User's personal settings from one session to the next).

Cookies used by the Website

The Website uses either session Cookies or permanent Cookies.

Purposes of the Cookies

Cookies do not contain any information that make it possible to identify the User personally (such as first and last names, e-mail address or telephone numbers).

The information related to the User's browsing on the Website collected through Cookies may be used to:

  • Allow registered Users to view private pages Users who opt to disable Cookies will not be able to access all the contents of the private pages
  • Enable the use of the virtual shopping cart;
  • Analyse the usage and services of the Website, including e-mail messages, so as to provide Users with a high-quality experience and quickly resolve any problems that may arise. For example, Cookies can identify the most popular pages of the Website;
  • Allow Users to remember their preferred settings. For example, Cookies can save users the trouble of retyping their user name and password each time they enter the Website;
  • Remember the interests shown by the User while browsing the Website, in order to recommend relevant content and to display such advertisements as are most relevant and interesting to the User;
  • Enable overall management of the Website.

Third-party Cookies

Third-party Cookies may be sent while you are using the Website. TENACTA is not responsible for Cookies sent by third parties. The list of third-party Cookies is shown below.

Google, through proprietary Cookies (like the Google Analytics Cookie) and third-party Cookies (like the DoubleClick Cookie) makes it possible to monitor usage of the Website, to generate usage statistics, to implement Google Analytics functions based on display advertising and other types of interest-based advertising (e.g., remarketing, Google display network impression reporting, integration of DoubleClick Campaign Manager or Google Analytics reports on interests or demographic data). The information used is stored by Google. For more information about the Google Cookie policy, go to The User can disable the use of Cookies by Google on the page

HotJar uses Cookies that can be used to add browsing behaviour data to optimise the web pages. Such data are acquired in anonymous form. For more information about HotJar policies, go to

How to block or delete Cookies

We remind Users that blocking or deleting Cookie has a negative impact on the services and usability of the Website, limiting its functions.

The first time that a User accesses the Website, the User is shown a message in a banner displaying the Cookies used by the Website and can accept or reject the use of Cookies. In any case, Users can choose to disable and/or delete the Cookies at any time on their own terminal by changing the browser settings. The options proposed by the browser let you modify the settings.

Most browsers let Users accept, block or delete Cookies. For example:

  • Internet Explorer in the section Tools > Internet Options > Privacy > Websites
  • Mozilla Firefox in the section Tools > Options > Privacy
  • Safari in the section Change > Preferences > Privacy
  • Google Chrome in the section Settings > Show advanced settings... > Privacy > Settings contained
  • Opera in the section Preferences > Advanced > Cookies

Further information

More information about Cookies and their management is available at

If an User wishes to find out more about disabling behavioural advertising, we advise the User to visit the website of the Network Advertising Initiative association: