Protecting your personal data is a major concern for us. Gali import SA processes your personal data in accordance with the Swiss Federal Data Protection Act (DSG) and other applicable data protection rules.
2. Responsibility for data processing
Unless this privacy statement contains conflicting information, the entity responsible for processing data on our websites and the point of contact for privacy issues is GALI IMPORT SA, CP 137, 1093 THE CONVERSION ADMIN@GALIIMPORT.CH
3. Website data collection
3.1 Newspaper Files
When using our websites, information is automatically collected and stored in the log files that your device’s browser sends us. This includes the:
IP address and machine operating system,
Type of browser, version, and language,
Name of IP address area owner (as a rule Your Internet service provider),
Date and time of the server’s request,
Site from which the access was made (reference URL), if any, with the search word used,
Status code (for example an error message),
Browser you used (type, version and language),
Transmission protocol used (for example HTTP/1.1),
Events and event destinations set by the beacon,
Clicked sub-pages and links.
We collect your personal data to optimize our offering, processes and processes, including the use of our websites and the security and stability of the system.
3.2 Ordering goods
Our online store, www.deluxevodka.ch, allows you to order goods either as a customer with a corresponding customer account, or as a guest.
To create a customer account, we need the following data:
First name/Family name
For ordering goods, the following data is collected:
Address of residence
Payment information such as credit card details
We use this data to receive and process orders, provide products and services, make payments, and communicate with you on orders.
The data is transmitted encrypted by SSL via the Internet in the ordering process. We do not store credit card data, but this is collected and processed directly by our payment service provider.
If you would like to subscribe to the newsletter offered on our websites, we need an email address from you. We use it for sending the newsletter, for statistical evaluations, and for optimizing the newsletter.
To optimize the newsletter for you, we measure and analyze how often the newsletter is opened and the links that readers click on (newsletter follow-up).
You can object at any time to the receipt of the newsletters (opt-out). You’ll find an opt-out link in each newsletter.
3.4 Making contact
When contacting us (e.g. by email), the information you provide will be processed to progress the request and in case of follow-up questions. As a general rule, this information is as follows:
Name and surname
Content of information
The data is erased as soon as we no longer need your data to process your request or if you ask us to delete it.
We use third-party cookies on our sites, including tracking tools. Cookies are small files stored on your device and stored by your browser. Most of the cookies we use will be automatically deleted when you leave our websites. Other cookies remain stored on your device until you remove them. These cookies allow you to recognize your browser on the next visit to our sites, analyze your use of websites and present you with advertisements related to interests, among other things, on social networks.
Our websites may contain links to third-party sites. We are not responsible for content and privacy rules on external pages that you can reach via links. When you leave these sites, please find out directly about the relevant data protection pages.
5. Data transmission to third parties
In order for us to offer our goods and services we work with different service providers. Some examples include:
IT service providers which ensure that we have an infrastructure on time and for sending newsletters,
Payment services providers for processing order payment transactions (e.g., financial institutions, payment services),
Logistics companies, such as delivery services, so that we can deliver our goods to you,
Providers of collection or information services when necessary to exercise our rights,
Without your consent, we will only transmit data to locations outside Switzerland and the European Union (Third Countries) if necessary under the relevant contract, in order to comply with legal obligations or protect our legitimate interests.
6. Your rights
To the extent of the data protection legislation that applies to you, you can request free information about the data linked to you, its origin and recipient, and the purpose of data processing. Similarly, under the legal conditions, you are entitled to rectification, erasure, processing limitation or opposition to processing, as well as the transmission of this data to another organization.
You can revoke a consent you have given at any time with effect in the future. All you need to do is make an informal e-mail to the following address: email@example.com
Please note that the above rights are subject to legal restrictions and may, when necessary, affect or make it impossible to provide our services.
You have the right to assert your rights or file a complaint with the data protection authority. Switzerland is under the responsibility of the Federal Data Protection Commissioner and the Public (http://www.edoeb.admin.ch).
7. News and change to this data protection statement