We are interested in the privacy of your personal data. We want to explain in detail the policies and practices we have adopted to protect your privacy so that you feel confident about how we handle the information that allows us to identify you ("personal information") and which you trust us to have, and understand how we use your personal information to provide you with the best possible products, services and experiences.
We collect personal data only if you choose to make 1) an order, 2) register as user, 3) use the contact form, and 4) subscribe to the newsletter.
Personal information is used exclusively by us in order to meet your requests and to serve you better in accordance with this policy. The person who manages personal information is trained to use appropriate procedures.
Cookies are data files that a site sends to your computer when you browse the site. These data files include data that allows our site or third parties to remember important information that will make it more efficient and useful for you to use the site.
Third-Party Cookies: We work with Google Analytics to track visits to the site in order to improve our services to you. Google Analytics only maintains anonymous tracking data with a 26-month retention period.
We only store personal data for the amount of time required to perform a service you have requested or approved, subject to the case-by-case provisions of the law, as is the case with regard to matters governed by commercial law or tax legislation.
We apply technical and organizational security measures to protect the data we collect from you against any willful or unintentional attempt, manipulation, loss, destruction, or access in general by an unauthorized person. Where personal data is collected and processed, the information will be processed in encrypted form to prevent any abuse of such data by any third party. Our security measures are subject to constant re-checks and adjustments in line with the latest technological developments.
Your primary rights under the data protection law are:
1) the right of access, 2) the right of correction, 3) the right to be forgotten, 4) the right to restrict processing, 5) the right to limit processing, 6) the right to data portability, 7) the right of complaint to a supervisory authority and, 8) the right to withdraw consent.
You have access to all of your rights by logging in to your account. If you do not have an account, click here for the right of access or here for the right of deletion.
We may update this policy from time to time by posting a new version on our site. You should check this page occasionally to make sure you are satisfied with any changes to this policy.
If you have questions or suggestions, please use the form on the contact page. Continuous Internet developments in general make it necessary to make adjustments to our rules on data protection from time to time. We reserve the right to make any appropriate changes to these rules at any time.