Cookies disclosure

This website (hereinafter "Website") using the cookies and similar tools to guarantee the User personalised access and to improve the performance and browsing of the Website. By accessing the Website, the User consents TENACTA to the use of cookies in accordance with the following provisions.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files in alphanumeric format that can be saved on the User's computer (or another device enabled to browse the internet, for example, a smartphone or tablet) when visiting Websites.

Cookies can be used by the web server to identify and track the Users when browsing the various pages of the Website and to identify those that return. Cookies facilitate browsing for the User and provide secure connections.

Cookies can be for a session and permanent and their distinction can be made by their persistence on the terminal of the User. Those that are deleted automatically at the end of each browsing session are called session cookies (for example, they may recall the goods and services entered by the User in the virtual shopping cart). If, however, they have a longer life, they are called permanent cookies (for example, they can remember personal preferences set by the User).

 

Cookies used in the Website

The Website uses both session and permanent cookies.

 

Purpose of cookies

The cookies do not contain any information that can identify the User personally (e.g. name, surname, e-mail addresses, telephone numbers).

The information derived from your browsing experience in the Website and collected by means of cookies, may be used by TENACTA for the following purposes:

  • to allow the registered User to access the reserved pages. If the User chooses to disable the cookies, not all the contents of the reserved pages can be accessed;
  • to enable the use of the virtual shopping cart;
  • to analyse the use and performance of the Website, including e-mail messages, so as to provide the User with a high quality experience and quickly identify and resolve any problems that arise. For example, cookies can analyse the most popular pages of the Website;
  • to allow the User to remember preferences. For example, the user name and password do not have to be entered each time the User accesses the Website;
  • to remember the interests of the User while browsing the Website, in order to recommend relevant content and offer more appropriate advertising;
  • to allow the overall management of the Website.

 

Third-party cookies

Third-party cookies may be sent while using the Website. TENACTA is not liable for cookies sent by third-parties. The list of third-party cookies is shown below.

Through proprietary cookies (such as cookies of Google Analytics) and third-party cookies (such as the DoubleClick cookie), Google allows the use of the Website to be monitored, usage statistics to be generated, features in Google Analytics to be implemented according to display advertising and other types of interest-based advertising (such as remarketing, reports on the impressions of the Google Display Network, integration of DoubleClick Campaign Manager or reports on the demographics and interests of Google Analytics). The information used is stored by Google. More information about the cookie policy of Google is available at: http://www.google.com/intl/it_it/policies/technologies/cookies/. You can disable the use of cookies by Google by visiting http://www.google.com/settings/ads.

Criteo uses cookies for re/targeting activities or to provide users of our desktop and mobile website, customised advertisements, which appear during future browsing sessions. For more information on the operation of Criteo technology and to manage the use of Criteo cookies at: http://www.criteo.com/it/privacy/.

 

How to block or delete cookies

Please note that blocking or deleting cookies has a negative impact on performance and usability of the Website, limiting its functions.

The first time the Website is accessed a message appears, to which the User agrees to the use of cookies by accessing the Website. However, the User can choose to disable and/or delete the cookies on the terminal at any time. The browser settings allow the User to change this choice at any time and free of charge through the options suggested by the browser.

Most browsers allow the User to accept, block and delete cookies. For example:

  • Internet Explorer in Tools > Internet Options > Privacy > Websites
  • Mozilla Firefox in Tools > Options > Privacy
  • Safari in Edit > Preferences > Privacy
  • Google Chrome in Settings > Show advanced settings... > Privacy > Content settings;
  • Work in Preferences > Advanced > Cookies

 

More information

More information on cookies and their management can be found at: http://www.allaboutcookies.org.

To learn more about disabling behavioural advertising, please visit the website of the Network Advertising Initiative association at: www.networkadvertising.org/managing/opt_out.asp.

Update: v.02 02/2015

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