In compliance with our informative policy “PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION STATEMENT”, available here,
we want to inform you – as precisely as possible – about the way that we treat your data through technologies like cookies or other similar.
This informative policy serves that purpose.
WHAT ARE COOKIES?
Cookies are small files that are stored on the electronic device that you use to access our website, specifically through the browser used for that, and that collects information about your browsing habits on our website. Although their main function is to facilitate and accommodate your browsing experience, that is not the only reason why we use them. They also serve other purposes, such as helping us on commercial, advertising, fraud prevention, and even statistical and profiling terms.
Data collected by these technologies can be location information – such as IP address, GPS, Wi-Fi access points, cell towers; access and session information – such as session ID, date of the session initiation and most searched words; information about the used device – such as operative system and browser used, date and duration of a session and identification of previously visited websites; and even behavioral information – such as clicks made and previously visited websites.
TYPES OF EXISTING COOKIES:
It is relevant to distinguish between temporary cookies (session cookies) and long term cookies (persistent cookies). Temporary cookies allow you to not have to log in to the website whenever changing the webpage. They are used only while you are visiting the website, after which they are deleted. Long term cookies enable the resume of your navigation in accordance with the settings you have previously defined, such as language preferences. They are stored in your device after your visit to the website and they will be kept during the period specified on them as “expiration date” or “duration”.
Cookies can be differentiated and categorized in accordance with the several purposes they can be associated with, regardless being first party cookies or third party cookies. Here are some examples:
NECESSARY – these cookies are always active even if you do not accept this policy since they aim at the system’s operability. Specifically, they enable the access to the basic navigation functions and to the secure areas of the website.
SECURITY – These tend to be long-term cookies, since they intend to avoid risks to the website’s security, namely used against general identity usurpation acts. They also may be used to help in determining the necessity of implementing new security measures, and they do not need the users’ acceptance.
LOG IN, AUTHENTICATION – When a user logs in to the website, these cookies store information such as an ID number and the log in time on your device, enabling you to browse the website or other webpages opened in the navigator without having to constantly log in. They tend to be temporary cookies.
PREFERENCES – This type of cookies saves preference settings, such as language or privacy preferences, so they do not have to be reset on each successive visit to the website. According to their nature, they tend to be long term cookies.
PROVIDED INFORMATION – This type of cookies stores information that a user intends to provide while visiting the website. These cookies store, for instance, filled but not submitted forms. Thus, even if you log out to from the website, you can reset such options when you log in again. The storage of this information is made by long term cookies.
TARGETED ADVERTISING – This type of cookies collects information related to the use of the website (such as articles seen, clicks made, advertisements watched), enabling the identification of the user’s interests, in order to address him advertising that is in his best interest. This type of cookies can be used to help eventual traders to display interest-based advertisements, providing a personalized experience to the user when he visits the website. They tend to be long term cookies since they are stored to be read in a later visit to the website.
STATISTICS – These cookies collect information that is able to measure the efficiency of the provided services and the commercial activity that was developed, for instance, by collecting the IP address from the website’s users and by controlling their number of visits. Their purpose is to develop statistics on the operations that are available to the user. For these reasons, they tend to be long term cookies.
PERFORMANCE, ANALYSIS – The purpose of these cookies is to seek if the necessary resources for a proper use of the website are available to the user, and if the available mechanisms are the most appropriated for that purpose, in order to maintain a continuous performance enhancement. These tend to be long term cookies.
I WANT TO GET INFORMED ABOUT SOME OF THE USED COOKIES:
The user may get informed about some of the used cookies also through his browser settings.
THIRD PARTY COOKIES?
On the other hand, third party cookies can be used when related to other services that are part of our website and that operate based on similar technologies like Plug-in.
Several reasons may lead us to enable technologies of this nature from third parties on our website. One of them is because we contract those entities to provide certain services that justify such use.
Thus, these entities become able to set and read their own cookies on your device and to collect information about the use of the website.
…PLUG-WHAT? OH NO!
SOCIAL NETWORK INTEGRATION THROUGH PLUG-IN:
We may use Plug-in technology to integrate social networks on our website’s functionalities, such as FACEBOOK, which will be identified through a logo or a distinctive icon widely known. The disclosure of information to those third parties will only occur if the users interact with such social networks’ logos/distinctive icons, thus establishing a direct connection with their servers.
We do not have power of disposal over the way that those social networks (Plug-in providers) use the information provided by the user. Therefore, we recommend that you consult the privacy policies of each of the social networks involved for more information on how they collect and process data.
Although Plug-in disabling may turn unviable a proper experience when browsing the website, such option can be made in accordance with each navigator settings, after which none of your data can be transferred to Plug-ins.
About the terms of service of FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/legal/terms/update.
Our only goal is to enhance your navigation experience. This is only possible inasmuch as we can predict your preferences in order to assist you as soon as possible.
This website uses services provided by SHOPIFY INC. (“SHOPIFY”), namely with regard to the use of an online platform for a commercial digital space management, hereinafter referred to as “online store”.
ONLINE STORES OPERATING COOKIES:
When traders use SHOPIFY platform to create their online stores, some operating cookies will be automatically added to the website.
For more information about the operating cookies used by SHOPIFY, consult here: https://www.shopify.com/legal/cookies
ANALYTICAL COOKIES AND ACTIVITY REPORT:
With the aim of continuously improving its services and the users’ interaction on online stores and on its commerce platform, SHOPIFY uses analytical cookies as well as activity report to collect information about the users’ experience and frequency on its platform’s online stores. These cookies only collect information for statistical purposes and only use pseudonymized cookies identifiers.
For more information about the analytic cookies and the activity report used by SHOPIFY, consult here: https://www.shopify.com/legal/cookies.
CROSS-BORDER DATA TRANSFER?
DO YOU NEED MORE INFORMATION?
You may request information that you consider necessary regarding to your data processing. We note that a fee may be applied in the case of unfounded or excessive requests. We may also require elements that confirm your identity as the personal data subject. You may do it by sending an email to email@example.com.
MANOEL D. POÇAS JUNIOR – VINHOS SA (“POÇAS”), 500378207, Rua do Visconde das Devesas, n.º 186, 4401-901 Vila Nova de Gaia, PORTUGAL.
 Once activated, this option entails that the used browser sends a “communication” to the websites, data analytics service providers and others similar, so that they do not control the user’s behavior.
GOOGLE LLC. 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA
FACEBOOK IRELAND LTD, 4 Grand Canal Square, Grand Canal Harbour, Dublin 2 Irland
 A Plug-in is a software component that enhances the use of the website’s available services, particularly when the website itself does not have the required tools to achieve the intended result. JAVA and ADOBE FLASH PLAYER are some examples.
 The use of these technologies may entail that the content that they collect is transferred to countries outside the European Union, creating the so-called “cross-border data transfer”.
 This means that our website acts as a bridge to our service providers’ website.
 By providing data through the available Plug-in on our website, you may be allowing these entities to see that the connection was established from our website and even to create user profiles or directly associate to other already existing profiles.