Collection and protection of personal data – GDPR
Personal data mean any information that could identify a person. Such data can include names, addresses, telephone numbers or email addresses.
You have a right of access, modification, rectification and deletion over any data held relating to you (Articles 39 and 40 of the French Data Protection Act of 16 January 1978 as amended by the Act of 6 August 2004).
To exercise your rights or for further information on the processing of your personal data carried out by Les Viviers Du Cap, you can contact the Data Protection Officer (DPO):
through this form
or by sending a signed letter with a copy of your ID to the following address:
Les Viviers Du Cap
FAO Data Protection Officer
Lieu-dit La Mare,
50110 Cherbourg-En-Cotentin (France)
Our servers are not configured to collect the personal data of website visitors beyond the following technical data: origin of connection (access provider), IP address, type and version of browser used. We do not collect the email addresses of visitors unless they intentionally provide us with their address.
Your data are processed electronically and/or manually. As part of ensuring the data’s security, protection and confidentiality according to its sensitive nature, administrative, technical and physical measures are employed to prevent the loss, theft, use, disclosure and unauthorised modification of the data.
Les Viviers Du Cap uses your personal data only for purposes of entering into contact with you.
Storage time of personal data:
- Your personal data are stored for 3 years from the date of the last exchanged email, and then deleted.
- Your personal data are stored in a computer file which may be a database, spreadsheet or other. (state which).
Les Viviers Du Cap may also use your data to comply with its legal obligations (including laws combating fraud, money laundering and provisions relating to late payment or the failure to pay by the subscriber) and/or to comply with the requests of public and governmental authorities.
Your personal data are processed solely by Les Viviers Du Cap.
Under no circumstances will your data be transferred to any third-party service provider.
Les Viviers Du Cap uses several types of cookies on its website www.viviersducap.com to improve both its interactivity and the company’s services.
A ‘cookie’ is a small text file which is usually composed of letters and numbers. It is sent by the web server to the browser’s cookie file on your computer’s hard drive.
You can configure your browser to block cookies.
You can install and configure plug-ins onto your browser which will block the different trackers and communications with social networks.
You can configure your Internet browser or install an extension to block the Adobe Flash tracker.
Be advised that the blocking or deletion of cookies could impair your experience when browsing the website.
Traffic data and the cookie files installed on your computer are used only to allow us to analyse the visit frequency of our webpages so that we can improve their content. Any data relating to the browsing by visitors are used in an anonymous format. Such data are aggregate statistics that allow us to know the most and least popular pages, the preferred paths, the level of activity by day and by hour, and the main customer or server errors.
In your browser, you can choose to block the download of cookies onto your computer.