Informative letter in accordance with the Legislative Decree of 30.06.2003 “Privacy Code
In accordance with art. 13 (information) of Legislative Decree no. 196 of 30 June 2003, we inform you that our company Ignaz Niedrist processes the personal data of customers and suppliers as well as of persons who voluntarily provide our office or the management with their personal information (in writing, by telephone, by fax or by e-mail).
Our company guarantees, within the limits of the law, that the processing of personal data will be carried out in respect of fundamental rights and freedoms as well as in respect of the dignity of the interested person, with particular reference to confidentiality, to personal identity, and to the right of the protection of personal data.
Aims and purposes of data processing
Voluntary disclosure of data
While maintaining the above mentioned for the web navigation data, the user is free to voluntarily provide the editor/owner of the data processing with further data in order to have access to further services, such as a newsletter, e-commerce services or information requests. The user submits this data through the website www.ignazniedrist.com, giving his consent to the processing of the data within the limits and for the purpose of the information requested by him. Failure to provide this data entails that the requested services cannot be provided or the requested information cannot be given. It should also be noted that the acceptance of so-called cookies is absolutely necessary to access the dynamic web pages.
Transmission and/or dissemination of data
The personal data of users will be used solely to provide the services requested or to provide the information requested. They will only be shared with third parties in one of the following cases:
Type of data processing
The personal data will be processed with automated tools, in an anonymous form and only for the time strictly necessary to fulfill the purposes for which the data were collected. Special security measures are observed to be able to prevent data from being lost, misused or incorrectly used, or accessed in an unauthorized manner. The data processing may be carried out with or without the aid of electronic means, in any case automated, and includes all the operations provided for in art. 4, paragraph 1, letter a of Legislative Decree no. 196 of 30 June 2003 and necessary for the data processing in question. I.e. any operation or set of operations, carried out with or without the aid of electronic or otherwise automated procedures, in which data are collected, recorded, organized, kept, elaborated, modified, selected, recovered, compared, used, linked, blocked, communicated, disseminated, cancelled or destroyed In any case, data processing is carried out in compliance with all security measures that guarantee their security and confidentiality.
The Data Protection Act gives the data subject the possibility to exercise certain rights in accordance with Art. 7, i.e. in detail, the data subject has the right to know what personal data the controller holds about him/her and to obtain information as to whether data about him/her exists, even if it has not yet been recorded, and to obtain, in an intelligible form, details of such data, its origin and the purposes for which it is processed, as well as details of the controller and persons responsible for the processing and of the persons and categories of persons to whom such data may be communicated. The data subject has the right to confirm and check his/her data, to correct and supplement it, to request that the data be deleted, blocked and transformed into anonymous data if the processing violates the legal provisions. He has the right to oppose, for legitimate reasons, the processing of his data in whole or in part, as well as to request their cancellation, blocking, transformation into anonymous data and without legitimate reason, if data are used for the purposes of commercial information, sending advertising material, direct sales, market and opinion research.
Legal owner and person responsible for data processing
The legal owner and person responsible for data processing is Mr. Ignaz Niedrist.
Place of data processing
The data processing related to the web services of this website will be carried out at the headquarters of the data controller of Ignaz Niedrist in Runggweg 5 – 39057 Girlan (BZ) and will be carried out only by the technical staff of the entity in charge of the data processing or by persons who may be entrusted with occasional maintenance work.
No data obtained from the web services will be communicated or disseminated to third parties without the prior explicit consent of the owner or for purposes different from those explicitly authorized.
Rights of the data subject
The Data Protection Act grants the data subject the possibility of exercising certain rights pursuant to Art. 7. Specifically, the data subject has the right to know what personal data the Controller holds about him/her and to obtain information as to whether data concerning him/her exist, even if they have not yet been recorded, and to obtain, in an intelligible form, details of such data, their origin and the purposes for which they are processed, as well as details of the Controller and persons responsible for processing and of the persons and categories of persons to whom such data may be communicated. The data subject has the right to confirm and check his/her data, to correct and supplement it, to request that the data be deleted, blocked and transformed into anonymous data if the processing violates the legal provisions. He has the right to oppose, for legitimate reasons, the processing of his data in whole or in part, as well as to request its cancellation, blocking, transformation into anonymous data, and without justified reason, when data are used for the purposes of commercial information, sending advertising material, direct sales, market and opinion research.
The rights under discussion may be asserted by the party concerned or by a person appointed by him or her by means of a request sent by registered mail or e-mail and directed to the person responsible for the processing Ignaz Niedrist, Runggweg 5 – 39057 Girlan (BZ), e-mail address: email@example.com.
This site does not use any data profiling cookies. This means that no data about your tastes, preferences, hobbies and passions, or other information is stored or analyzed for sales purposes.
Types of implemented cookies
This website uses two different types of cookies:
A) Technically necessary cookies:
These cookies are necessary for the site to function without problems. They allow you to navigate the pages, view the contents and store your access data to allow faster access to the website, as well as keep your preferences and access data active even during navigation. Without these cookies, we could not provide the services for which users visit our site.
B) Statistical cookies and those for page analysis:
These cookies allow us to collect how visitors use our website. From this we draw information that allows us to improve the functioning of the pages and present content that best meets the wishes of our users. With the help of the aforementioned cookies, it is possible to analyze which pages are used more and which are used less, for example, by recording accesses, duration of stay and the pages of origin of the users. This in turn gives us the opportunity to find out what is already working well and what needs to be improved, and to check that the pages are being built quickly and displayed correctly. All the information and data collected by the aforementioned cookies are anonymous, so they cannot be associated with the users’ personal data. Moreover, they are processed by the website exclusively in aggregated form. To guarantee this, we use third-party services through which the data is anonymized and decoupled from the individual users (“single-in”). Whenever services are not fully anonymized, they are listed under third-party cookies. Their use may be declined to protect one’s privacy.
The functions assumed by the cookies on this website are the following:
Google Analytics is the analysis tool from Google. Thanks to Google Analytics, website and app owners receive important information about how their users interact with the resources they offer. Google Analytics may use certain cookies to collect data and share website usage statistics without obtaining information that makes individual users personally identifiable to Google. The Google Analytics pixel tag, in addition to sharing usage statistics, along with some advertising cookies, can also help to serve more relevant ads in Google products such as Google Search, as well as across the web.
Social media plug-ins
We use social plug-ins of the social network Instagram on our website in order to make our winery better known via this. The responsibility for data protection-compliant operation is to be ensured by the provider. The integration of these plug-ins by us takes place by way of the so-called two-click method in order to protect visitors to our website as best as possible.
Control over cookies and settings
The majority of browsers allow you to specifically control your preferences regarding cookies. Thus, cookies can be rejected in principle or only certain types. The same applies to cookies as to other comparable technologies.
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You can find more information also about the possibilities of refusal on the page www.youronlinechoices.eu.
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