Legal Notes and Privacy


Knowlative respects the privacy of its users. The data disclosed by the user via the website will be processed with the utmost care and with all the tools necessary to guarantee data security, in full compliance with current Italian and European legislation concerning data protection.



In compliance with Art. 7 of the L.D. 70/03 “Implementation of the directive 2000/31/EC on certain legal aspects of information society services, in particular electronic commerce, in the Internal” we provide the following information:

Name of the provider: Knowlative (KNOWLATIVE s.l.), hereafter referred to as HOLDER

Registered office:

Calle Boston, Edf. Margarita, 2 3

38650 – Arona

Santa Cruz de Tenerife – Spain

NIF/CIF: B76747948



KNOWLATIVE is a brand/logo by Knowlative registered by the HOLDER.

Texts, images and any other multimedia content available on the website is owned by the HOLDER or licensed by the same.

All other distinctive features used on the website are owned by their respective holders or licensees.

No section of the website (including text, images and any other multimedia content) shall be reproduced or transmitted without specific written authorization of the HOLDER, except for personal non-transferable use. Use for any unauthorized purpose is expressly prohibited by law



The personal data collected on this website and any other information that may be associated with it, directly or indirectly, are processed and used in accordance with the principles provided for by the Regulation 679/16.

Pursuant to and for the purposes of the aforementioned Regulation, the HOLDER informs you that any data acquired through the website will be processed using mainly computerized tools and procedures, for the following purposes:

  • Enable browsing on the different sections of the website;
  • manage relationships with the Holder and provide the information, support and services as requested by the user;
  • subscribe the user, after receiving their specific consent, to the newsletter service for promotional activities and updates on the services provided by Knowlative and on the uploaded contents etc. (see information related hereto);
  • manage other aspects of browsing on the website (see also section “Information on Cookies”).


The data you provided may only be disclosed to Knowlative employees specifically authorized to process such data as persons in charge of data processing pursuant to art. 30 Legislative Decree 196/03, and however for the sole purpose of making the activities you requested more perfect. The persons in charge are bound to secrecy and to confidentiality also on the basis of specific internal regulations.

Some data may be processed for the only purpose of technical / IT management of the web service, also by Knowlative’s technological partners. However, the data will never be disseminated.


Knowlative (KNOWLATIVE s.l.) is the data holder to whom you may refer in order to assert your right as provided for in articles 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 78 of the reg. 679/16.

The exercise of these rights is subject to the limits, rules and procedures set forth in the aforementioned Regulation which the party concerned must be informed about and implement. Moreover, in accordance with the provisions of article 12 paragraph 3, the Data Holder will provide the data subject with information concerning the action taken without undue delay and, in any case, no later than one month after receiving the request. This deadline may be extended by two months if necessary, taking into account the complexity and the number of requests. The Data Holder informs the party concerned of such an extension, as well as of the reasons for the delay within one month after receiving the request



What are web cookies?

A cookie is a small data file stored on the user’s computer while they are browsing a website. The text file remembers information which the website is able to read whenever the user browses on the website in future.

Some of these cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of the website, others are useful to the visitor because they can safely store information such as the user name or the language settings. Having cookies installed on your PC provides the advantage that you no longer need to fill out the same information every time you want to access a website you’ve browsed on before.


Why does Knowlative use cookies?

Knowlative uses cookies in order to provide its users with a browsing experience and adapting it as much as possible to their tastes and preferences. By using cookies Knowlative makes sure that every time its users browse on the website they don’t need to receive or enter the same information. Cookies are also used in order to optimize the performance of the website: in fact, they make processes such as the purchase of goods and services or the search for specific elements and products within the site easier. In order to protect personal data against loss and any form of unlawful processing, Knowlative has taken appropriate technical and organizational measures


Cookies of third parties

Our Website may use services provided by third parties to fill in information for statistical purposes related to how the user uses the website and to provide other services relating to website activity and other Internet services.

If an interaction service with social networks is installed, it is possible that, even if the users do not use the service, said service may collect traffic data relating to the pages on which it is installed.


How can I disable the cookies?

It is possible to disable cookies by changing your browser settings. Warning: by deactivating cookies, both username and password will no longer be stored on the site login box.



Open Firefox

Press the “Alt” button on the keyboard.

In the toolbar at the top of the browser, select “Tools” and then “Options”.

Then select the “Privacy” tab.

Go to “Browser History Settings:” and then “Use Custom Settings”. Uncheck “allow websites to set cookies” and save your settings.


Internet Explorer:

Open Internet Explorer.

Click on the “Settings” button and then “Internet Options”.

Then select the “Privacy” tab and scroll down to the privacy level you want to set up (upwards to block them all or downwards to enable them all).

Then click OK.


Google Chrome:

Open Google Chrome.

Click on the “Tools” icon

Select “Settings” and then “Advanced Settings”.

Select “Content Settings” in the “Privacy” menu.

From the tab “Cookies and website data” where you can search and delete specific cookies.




Key in chrome://settings/cookies in the address bar and hit enter.

You will access the “Cookies and website data” tab where you can search and delete specific cookies.



Open Safari.

Select “Preferences” in the tool bar, then select “Security Settings” in the dialogue box.

In the section “Accept Cookies” you can specify if and when Safari must save cookies from websites. For more information click on the Help button (marked with a question mark). For more information on cookies that are stored on your computer, click on “Show cookies