What is a cookie?

A “cookie” is an information file that is stored on your computer’s hard drive and that records your browsing on a website so that when you revisit that website you can be presented with customised options based on the information stored on your last visit. We may also use cookies on our website to analyse traffic and for advertising and marketing purposes, which do not harm your system.
If you wish to check or change the type of cookies you accept, you can do so in your browser settings.

How do we use cookies?

We use cookies basically to do two things: to track your use of our website, allowing us to understand how you use the site and to track any patterns that may arise individually or from larger groups, which will help us to develop and improve our site and services in response to what visitors want and need.
Cookies can be:
– Session Cookies: these are only stored on your computer during your web session and are automatically deleted when you close the browser – they usually store an anonymous ID session allowing you to browse a site without having to log in to each page, but do not collect any information from your computer; or
– Persistent Cookies: these are stored as a file on your computer and are maintained when you close your web browser. The cookie can be read by the site that created it when you return to that site. We use persistent cookies such as Google Analytics, Facebook and Mailchimp.
– Strictly necessary Cookies: They are essential to enable you to use the site effectively and they can not be deactivated.  Without these cookies, the services that are available to you on the website could not be provided. These cookies do not collect information about you that can be used for marketing purposes.
– Performance Cookies: These cookies allow us to monitor and improve the performance of our site. For example, they allow us to track visits, identify traffic sources, and to check which parts of the site are most popular.
– Functionality Cookies: These cookies allow our website to remember the choices you have made (such as your username, language and region where you are) and provide improved functional options. For example, we may provide you with important news or updates on our website. These cookies can also be used to remind you of changes you made: from the size of text, type of font, and other parts of web pages that you can customise. They can also be used to provide services you have requested, such as viewing a video. The information that these cookies collect are usually anonymous.
– Customized Cookies:  These cookies are persistent (while you are registered with us) and mean that when you sign in or return to a web page you may see similar adverts to those you have browsed previously.


Pursuant to Law no. 41/2004, of 18 August, the storage of information and the possibility to access information stored in a user’s IT device (in particular thorough cookies) will only be carried out by TFP if the user has given prior and explicit consent to the use of cookies on his/her device. Therefore, we request you to accept this Privacy and Cookies Policy, before you start browsing our websites.

How can I avoid cookies on your websites?

All Costumers are entitled to withdraw consent to the use of cookies by TFP, eliminating cookies stored on their computer through settings options of their internet browsers.
Finally, if you wish to have greater control over the use of cookies, you can download programs or add-ons to your browser, known as “do not track”, which will allow you to choose the cookies that you want to allow.
If you block or do no authorise the use of cookies, no cookie will be stored in your device, but this will not guaranteed the proper functioning of our websites. Therefore the costumer can not take maximum advantage of the contents available on our websites, and in each new access to the website, you will always be asked for permission to use cookies.


Occasionally, it may be necessary to process personal data and, where appropriate and in accordance with local requirements and legislation, to process sensitive personal data regarding the exercise and defence of legal claims. On this perspective, article 9 paragraph 2 f) of GDPR such processing when it “is necessary for the establishment, exercise and defence of legal claims in a judicial proceeding or whenever courts act in the exercise of their judicial function.”
This may arise, for instance, in circumstances where we need to obtain legal advice in relation to legal proceedings or if we are required by law to retain or disclose specific information as actors in legal proceedings.


TFP may periodically change this Privacy Policy to reflect company image and costumers feedback. We encourage our Costumers to review our Privacy Policy to be up to date on how TFP protects their information, without prejudice of also being informed of when important amendments to our Privacy policy occur.
TFP welcomes your comments regarding this Privacy Policy. If you believe that TFP is not complying with this Privacy Statement, please contact us. We will consider your suggestion and reply to you as soon as possible.

Last update: 13th July 2023

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