1. Personal Information
“Personal information” includes, but is not limited to, name, date of birth, job title and other information including information that can easily be cross-referenced to identify a specific person.
2. Management of Personal Information
Grape Off utilises advanced safety measures for information management including database management in order to prevent unauthorised accesses to, loss, leak, destruction and/or alteration of personal information.
3. Use of Personal Information
Grape Off uses personal information to for the sale of alcohol and related products and services. Grape Off will contact registrants in writing to obtain their consent in advance when it intends to use their personal information for other than the above defined purposes.
4. Sharing of Personal Information
Grape Off may share personal information with its group entities (subsidiaries, companies with capital ties and their related companies) for the purpose defined in the above.
Only the following information may be shared: Name, gender, age, address, telephone number, fax number, email address, organisation name and title.
5. Information Management
The persons in charge of managing personal information is the Privacy Administrator firstname.lastname@example.org
Grape Off may outsource a part of its businesses such as mailing or statistical processing in the course of providing its services. Grape Off selects outsourcing companies under conditions which ensure that they maintain sufficient standard in privacy protection. All outsourcing companies sign a non-disclosure agreement before they start providing services to Grape Off.
7. Change, Disclosure, Correction or Deletion of Personal Information
Grape Off strives to maintain accurate and up-to-date personal information at all times. If you need to change, disclose, correct and/or delete your personal information entrusted to Grape Off, or if you have any questions regarding personal information, please contact your consultant and/or the Privacy Administrator. Grape Off may remove your personal information from its files without obtaining your consent if it determines that maintaining such information is no longer required.