The Wine Picker by Delphine Veissiere, a society incorporated under Italian law and registered as VAT N. 06932100966 having its registered office in Via Sempione, 51 – Arese (MI), (from here-on referred to as the Company) has developed the following policy on Internet privacy to bring its activity in line with that of trustworthy organizations that ensure, maintain and respect the privacy rights of the on-line visitor.
The Company is the owner (from here-on referred to as Proprietor) responsible for the processing of personal data collected from its website www.winepicker.net (from here-on referred to as the Website) in accordance with Article 28 of the Legislative Decree of 30 June 2003, number 196 (Code for the processing of personal data). The Proprietor will treat the data collected from the Website for the purposes and in the modes specified below.
Data collection and treatment of data
The Proprietor will collect and treat only personal data that has been voluntarily supplied by visitors to the Website. Visitors are able to navigate the Website without having to submit personal data. Individual visitors can choose to supply personal data to the Proprietor in order to obtain information regarding services provided on the Website. Once registered, the personal data collected shall be used solely for the services indicated.
Visitors to the Website may supply their personal data:
- to subscribe to the Website’s Newsletter
- to receive information or be contacted regarding the services provided on the Website
- to participate in initiatives promoted on the Website
Communication to a Third Party
Personal data will be subject to communication to Agencies and/or Institutions in compliance with the Law, and to Judicial Authorities in response to specific requests.
The Proprietor does not deliberately collate sensitive personal or judicial data via its Website.
Sensitive data, under Article 4 of the Code for the processing of personal data, include information regarding racial and ethnic origins; religious, philosophical or other convictions; political opinions, membership of a political party or Workers Unions; religious, philosophical, Unionist associations or organizations; as well as information that reveals one’s state of health or sexual preferences.
Judicial data, under Article 4 of the Code for the processing of personal data, include information that (under Article 3, comma 1, letters a to o, r to u, of the D.P.R. of 14 November 2002, number 313) reveal measures taken on criminals, administrative register of offense-related sanctions and related charges, the quality of the accused or suspect under Articles 60 and 61 of The Code of Criminal Procedure.
It is recommended not to provide this type of information via the Website. In the case that this information is required (for example, when subscribing to a protected category, sending a Curriculum Vitae for the purpose of employment, in response to a job advertisement, or as an expression of interest in working with the Company) we invite you to write to us using Registered Post, including your written consent to use this sensitive data.
Links with other websites
Information and personal data collected on the Website, including data willingly supplied using the Website’s forms in order to receive information and material, will be kept for the sole use of providing the service requested and only for as long as the service is required. Once the service has been provided, all data shall be destroyed in compliance with the policies that govern the conservation of personal information except if otherwise requested by the owner of the data, if required by Law, or if indicated on the current Policy for specific sections of the Portal.
The rights of the individual
Under Article 7 of the Privacy Code, an individual can verify personal data supplied to the Website, have the data corrected, update or cancel data at any time, or exercise other rights recognized by Law by writing or contacting the Proprietor at the following email address firstname.lastname@example.org
The Proprietor protects information using security applications recognized internationally that protect personal data:
- from unauthorized access
- from improper use or disclosure
- from unauthorized modifications
- from accidental loss or destruction as a result of illegal acts
Use of the Website
On this Website, some data resulting from access to the site and regarding the browser and/or computer used in relationship to the IP, may be collated using Cookies or tracking of Internet traffic. This information collated for the sole purpose of statistics is anonymous.
Policy on Cookies
To optimize the function of the Website, we sometimes use small files called “Cookies”. Cookies are small text files that websites save on the computer or mobile device when you visit a site. Thanks to these Cookies, the website remembers your actions and preferences (for example, login, language, fonts and other settings) so that you do not have to re-insert the details the next time you visit or when you view another page.
The Website uses both its own Cookies as well as those belonging to Third Parties. Our Cookies are used to navigate the site and allow access to protected and reserved areas. The duration of these Cookies is generally limited to an individual viewing session and are cancelled on closing the browser. The Website Cookies are essential and cannot be disabled, as it would preclude the correct functioning of the site.
Third Party Cookies, however, may have other functions: statistical analysis, social interaction, viewing videos, memorization of details to provide targeted publicity. The Proprietor does not directly control these Cookies and to disable them, it is necessary to follow the instructions supplied by their owners.
Generally, all Cookies can be completely disabled on your browser at any time following the instructions outlined in point A.3
A.2. Cookies used on the Website
Below, you will find a list of the Cookies that may be used on the Website.
- The Proprietors Technical Cookies
The Website creates technical Cookies to ensure the correct functioning of the site, and to facilitate navigation for the user. In particular, session Cookies are created to permit access to reserved areas and navigation Cookies, to facilitate basic content for the user. These Cookies are automatically removed when you close your browser or they can be removed following the procedure outlined in A.3.
- Google Analytics
This refers to web analysis supplied by Google Inc. for statistical information that evaluates the use of the Website and the activities carried out by visitors. Google memorizes the information collected by the Cookie on a Server that may be situated in the USA. Google reserves the right to forward data collated to Third Parties if required by law or when a Third Party processes data on its behalf. Google will not associate an IP address with any other data possessed by them in order to recreate a detailed profile of the user. Further information on privacy management and how to refuse or eliminate this type of Cookie is available on the URL: http://www.google.com/intl/itpolicies/privacy/ . The user can disable Google Analytics in a personalized way by installing the opt-out components supplied by Google. To disable data collection by Goggle Analytics go to https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
- Monitoring Conversions of AdWords
- Google Fonts
The Website uses fonts supplied by Google Fonts. For further information regarding the relevant Cookies, go to https//www.google.it/intl/it/policies/privacy/
- Embedded Content
The Website may use videos from YouTube, and content from social networks such as Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and other platforms.
These Cookies cannot be controlled and for this reason, it is advisable to obtain information directly from the Third Parties involved. Here are useful links,
A.3 Managing Cookies in your Browser
The user can block or limit the reception of individual Cookies using the options available on the browser.
Internet Explorer: Click on “Instruments” in the Menu bar and then on the subheading “Internet Options”. From here, you can access the “Privacy” settings and modify Cookie preferences.
Firefox: Click on “Instruments” in the Menu bar and then on the subheading “Internet Options”. From here, you can access the “Privacy” settings and modify Cookie preferences.
Chrome: Type chrome://setting/content in the address box to modify Cookie settings.
Safari: Select “Preference” and then “Privacy”. In the section Block Cookies, you can select how Safari should handle cookies on Internet sites.
Safari on mobile devises such as iPhone and iPad: Go to “Settings” on the devise and the find “Safari” in the menu on the left. From here, select “Privacy and Security” to manage Cookie options.