For Domori, the privacy of our users is important. We would therefore like to provide you with the following information on how data is processed by the domori.com website (“Site”).
The domori.com site can be consulted without communicating any personal data; sometimes, however, you may need to provide personal data in order to access some of the services offered (newsletter, free registration). In these cases, we will only ask you for the information necessary to activate the service you request.
The domori.com website is managed by Domori Srl (“Domori”), with registered offices in Via Pinerolo 72-74, None, VAT no. 03785920103, who is the data controller. The controller decides how your personal data is processed, and for what purposes, as well as all the security measures designed to protect your data.
Protecting personal data
Domori protects the privacy of personal data. The various security technologies and procedures used are aimed at protecting personal data from unauthorized access, use or disclosure. When your personal data are transmitted on the Internet (during registration, subscription, payment, etc.), they are protected by (insert the protection measure) using, for example, the SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) protocol.
When we handle data that could directly or indirectly identify you, we follow the principle of strict necessity. For this reason, we have configured domori.com to keep the use of your personal data to a minimum, and not process it at all if we can achieve the same purpose using anonymous data (such as in market research aimed at improving services), or other means that only identify you if needed or requested by the authorities or police (such as data relating to traffic, how long you spend on the site, or your IP address).
Who processes your personal data...
Domori is the data controller for domori.com users. This means that we decide how your data is processed, what for, what instruments are used, and how it is protected.
Domori uses Prestashop for our web and e-commerce platform, and Stripe and PayPal as payment gateways. These third-party services collaborate with Domori to collect and analyse your data in order to carry out the processes you start when browsing our site and making purchases.
We invite you to visit the sites of Stripe Inc. and PayPal Inc. to view their privacy policies.
Your personal data will not be disclosed to third parties for purposes not permitted by law or without your express consent.
Your personal data may be accessed by third parties who perform certain services for Domori. They will use your data only in order to complete the purchase contract, and only if this is compatible with the reason your data was originally collected and processed, in accordance with the law. These third parties will act as independent data processors, and we will tell you their names each time.
Your data may also be communicated to the authorities or police, if legally and formally requested by them, for example as part of domori.com anti-fraud services. Your data will also be accessible to the data processors and for the specific purposes indicated in paragraph 2. In all these cases your consent is not necessary. Your personal data will not be transferred outside the European Union, to countries that do not ensure adequate levels of protection. If we do need to transfer your data to non-EU countries without adequate protection, in order to provide you with the services or complete your purchase with Domori, we will first make specific agreements with these countries including clauses to protect your personal data, in compliance with the applicable law and regulations.
... and what for
We inform you that Domori processes the personal data of its users only for purposes strictly related to the provision of services on domori.com, at the conclusion of contracts for the sale of products and, with your consent, to communicate new commercial initiatives closely related to the activities and website services.
In particular, your personal data may be processed for the following purposes:
A. as part of the purchase process on the website, we collect your personal data (such as your email address and personal details) using the purchase form (Shopping Cart) to provide you with domori.com services and to send you the newsletter by email, where expressly requested;
B. to provide support services (Customer Service), we collect your personal data (such as your email address and password) in order to give you all the information about domori.com services and the purchase of products on domori.com;
C. as part of the process of purchasing products on domori.com we collect your personal data (such as personal details, email address, postal address, credit card, telephone number) using the order form for the sale of products on domori.com;
D. as part of the request for technical assistance services, we collect your personal data to provide you with information about browsing problems, browser compatibility and viewing or loading domori.com web pages.
Your personal data are processed mainly in electronic format and in some cases even in paper format, such as when processing your data is necessary to prevent fraud on domori.com. Your personal data will only be stored in a form that allows you to be identified for the time strictly necessary for the purpose for which the data were collected and subsequently processed and, in any case, within the limits of the law. To ensure that your personal data is always accurate and up-to-date, relevant and complete, please notify us of any changes by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Domori processes your personal data for direct marketing purposes, including by email, only with your consent. We will explain the reasons why we need to process your data each time on the page where we ask you to provide it. Domori may end up processing the personal data of third parties, provided directly by our users. For example, this can happen if a user buys a product to be sent to a friend, if the person paying for the product is not the final recipient, or if the user wants to share details of a domori.com product or service with a friend.
When you visit domori.com, you can move between pages anonymously and gain access to some information without revealing your identity. We use “cookies” to allow users to access our services, browse safely, and to identify authorised users.
Web Analytics (possible)
You can prevent Google from detecting a cookie that is generated due and related to your use of this website (including your IP address) and the processing of this data by downloading and installing this browser plugin: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en.
What happens if you refuse data processing
In order to complete your contract to purchase products on domori.com, you will need to give us your personal data. In particular, this includes your email, postal address, credit/debit card or bank details and your telephone number. Some of these data could also be essential in order to provide other services you request that are offered on the website, or to meet legal or regulatory obligations.
If you refuse to give Domori the data needed for these purposes, it may be impossible for us to complete your purchase of products or to provide you the other services available on domori.com, such as assistance (Customer Service), newsletters, sharing articles with friends, or correctly meeting legal or regulatory obligations. Your refusal may therefore be a legitimate and valid reason not to complete the purchase of products or provide services on domori.com.
In contrast, you can give Domori additional, non-obligatory data in order to meet legal or regulatory requirements or for us to provide you with certain services on request. This will not have any consequences on the use of the website or its services, or the purchase of products on domori.com.
Whenever necessary, we will tell you whether the data we ask you for is obligatory or not. Obligatory data will be marked with an asterisk (*). We remind you that failure to provide optional personal data will not imply any obligation or disadvantage for our users.
We would like to provide you with the following information on how cookies are used by the domori.com website.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files sent by the sites you visit to your device (usually to the browser), where they are stored and sent back to the site the next time you visit. When browsing a site, your device may also receive cookies from other sites or servers (“third party cookies”). This happens because the site you visit may contain elements such as images, maps, sounds or links to websites on other servers. These cookies are set by a website other than the one you are currently visiting.
Cookies are used to perform computer authentication, monitor sessions and store specific information about users accessing the server; normally, users have a very high number of them in their browsers. Some operations would be impossible without using cookies, which are therefore technically necessary. These include accessing your personal page, and carrying out tasks on your online account (viewing your profile, shared images and contents, etc.) would be much more difficult and less secure without cookies that can identify you and maintain the identification during the session.
Cookies can stay on your system even for long periods, and can also contain a unique identification code. This allows the sites that use them to keep track of your browsing within the site itself, for statistical or advertising purposes, creating a personalized user profile according to the pages that you visit. This profile is then used to show you targeted advertising targeted (“ Behavioural Advertising”).
There are various types of cookies, some of which are set by third parties (such as Squarespace and Stripe). They are used, for example, by the first site that the visitor chose and which contains ads from another third party server or website. The browser collects information from different sources so that all the elements are displayed on the same page you view, creating more cookies in the corresponding browser folder. All these cookies can be removed directly from the browser settings or through special free programs. You can also block them from being created, but this may stop some services on the site from working properly, or you may not be able to access the site.
Cookies and how we use them
Cookies are identifiers that are transferred to your device in order to allow our systems to recognize your device and to offer you certain features, such as pre-compilation of forms, or advertising tailored to your interests on other websites.
• Identifying yourself when you log in to our sites
• Providing you with content, including advertising, relevant to your interests on our own and third-party sites.
• Targeted advertising is subject to your preferences, as described in the next section.
• Keeping track of the preferences you have indicated. This lets us respect your preferences, for example in relation to showing you targeted advertising.
• Conducting research and analysis to improve content, products and services.
• Preventing fraudulent activity.
• Improving security.
Cookies let you to take advantage of some of the essential features of our site. However, you can block or refuse our cookies, although it may affect your browsing experience.
Cookies and browser settings
The Help feature of most browsers will show you how to prevent the browser from accepting new cookies, warn you when you receive a new cookie, or disable cookies altogether. You can also disable or delete similar data used by browser add-ons, such as Flash cookies, by changing the settings of the add-in or visiting the website of the respective manufacturer.
How to manage cookies on your computer
If you want to allow cookies from our site, please follow the steps below[VG1] :
1. Click on “Settings” at the top of the browser window and select Advanced settings.
2. Under “Privacy and security” click “Content settings”.
3. Now select “Allow sites to save and read cookie data”.
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0
1. Click on “Tools” at the top of the browser window and select “Internet Options”, then click on the “Privacy” tab.
2. To enable cookies in your browser, make sure the privacy level is set to Medium or below.
1. Click on “Tools” at the top of the browser window and select “Options”.
2. Then select the Privacy icon.
Safari on OSX
1. Click on “Safari” at the top of the browser window and select “Preferences”.
2. Click on “Privacy” and then select a “Cookies and website data” option. 3. Select “Allow from current website only”.
Mozilla and Netscape on OSX
1. Click on “Mozilla” or “Netscape” at the top of the browser window and select “Preferences”.
2. Scroll down until you see cookies under “Privacy and security”.
3. Select “Enable cookies only for the originating site”.
1. Click on “Menu” at the top of the browser window and select “Tools”.
2. Then select “Preferences”, select the “Advanced” tab.
3. Then select the “Accept cookies” option under “Cookies”.
Domori also uses your personal data to send advertising material and direct marketing or other commercial communications, including by email: Domori can send you email advertising about products similar to those you have already bought even without your express consent, unless you refused this option when you gave us your email or at a later date. However, we will need your free and express consent to lawfully send you email advertising for other types of product. Likewise, Domori may process your data even without your consent to provide the services you have voluntarily requested (such as the newsletter).
Whenever your consent is necessary, we will inform you in advance and give you the opportunity to give or refuse your consent to the use of your personal data for these purposes, including your email address, by clicking on appropriate boxes.
We would like to inform you that Domori may process your personal data even without your consent in some cases provided by law, such to fulfil a legal obligation or the terms of our contract with you (e.g. if you have purchased products on domori.com or have requested to use specific services through our website).
In any case, Domori guarantees that you can use your right to opt out of receiving future communications about specific services at any time, without providing a reason.
You can always ask Domori to confirm whether we have any personal data about you, even if you are not registered, and request a copy of them in an intelligible format.
You always have the right to ask Domori to:
A. update, correct, or integrate your data;
B. delete your data, make it anonymous, or block any data processed unlawfully, including data which does not need to be stored for the purposes for which it was collected or subsequently processed;
C. confirm that anyone who received or had access to the data was made aware of the operations and their contents set out in letters a) and b), unless this is impossible or results in a use of means that is clearly disproportionate to the rights in question.
You can also oppose all or part of:
A. the processing of your personal data, even if relevant to the purpose for which they were collected, for legitimate reasons;
B. the processing of your personal data in order to send you advertising or direct marketing material, market research or commercial communications.
You can exercise your rights freely and at any time, as long as it is within the limits of the law, by sending a request to Domori at email@example.com, to which we will provide appropriate feedback.
Information regarding online dispute resolution pursuant to Art. 14 Para. 1 of the ODR (Online Dispute Resolution Regulation):
The European Commission gives consumers the opportunity to resolve online disputes pursuant to Art. 14 Para. 1 of the ODR on one of their platforms. The platform (http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr) serves as a site where consumers can try to reach out-of-court settlements of disputes arising from online purchases and contracts for services.