OWNER OF WEBSITE AND ITS CONTENT
FRUPOR – Sociedade Agro-Industrial, S.A. (“Frupor”) is a commercial enterprise with head offices at Brejo Redondo, Brejão, 7630-569 S. Teotónio, Portugal, registered at the relevant Commercial Registry under the single registration and tax number 501 830 154.
This website and all of its content belongs to Frupor (unless indicated otherwise).
These Terms and Conditions of Use and the Privacy and Cookies Policies reproduced below are applicable, mutatis mutandis, to the following Frupor websites:
ACCESS TO THE WEBSITE AND ITS CONTENT
By initiating navigation and/or interaction with this website, users accept the Terms and Conditions laid out below.
Access to the shop of the website is restricted to individuals of legal age to consume alcohol, according to the laws of the country where the website is accessed (in Portugal, the jurisdiction where Frupor is established, the user should be aged 18 years or over to access content regarding alcoholic beverages).
Frupor is free to alter these Terms and Conditions without prior notice.
Users should not use and should leave this website if:
a) They do not accept the Terms and Conditions described here in;
b) They intend to access alcohol-related content and are not of legal age to consume alcoholic beverages in their country or the location from which they access the website;
c) They are in a country that prohibits the use or display of the content of this website.
USING THE WEBSITE’S CONTENT
Users may print or have third parties print any downloadable content on this website to their computer or any other similar device, under the following conditions:
a) The content is solely for private and non-commercial use;
b) No indication of copyright or other indication of ownership is removed;
c) The content is not altered under any circumstances.
The content is provided to users solely for information and promotional purposes. Frupor does not guarantee the reliability, veracity or accuracy of the information and is not responsible for any possible errors.
COPYRIGHT, TRADEMARKS AND OTHER PROPERTY RIGHTS
The content of this website, including but not limited to, trademarks, illustrations, logos, text, images, audio and video material, is the sole property of Frupor, unless indicated otherwise.
It is expressly forbidden to in any way display, reproduce, distribute, modify, transmit and/or use content belonging to Frupor for public and/or commercial use, without the prior and express written consent of Frupor.
This website is accessed at the user’s own risk. This website and its content are provided without any express or implied warranties, including, but not limited to, warranties of merchantability, non-infringement of third party rights and suitability for a specific purpose. Frupor does not guarantee that access to this website will be uninterrupted and/or free of errors or disruptions. Likewise, there is no guarantee that this website will be secure or free from viruses and/or other harmful material, or that the information contained in this website is complete, accurate or timely.
Frupor reserves the right to, at any time, restrict or block access to this website, or any feature or part of it, with or without prior notice.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
To the fullest extent permitted by the applicable law, neither Frupor, nor its affiliates, nor any third party involved in the creation, production or dissemination of this website, will be liable for any loss, damage or cost, whether contractual, non-contractual (including negligence) or otherwise, arising from reliance on the information contained on this website.
This also expressly excludes liability for direct, indirect, incidental, special, consequential and punitive damages, lost profits and damages resulting from the lost data or the interruption of website activity arising from or regarding the use or inability to use this website and its content, whether based on warranty, contract, unlawful or any other legal theory, regardless of whether Frupor has been negligent or has been warned of the possibility of such damage.
Without prejudice to the measures provided in the general law, users hereby compensate and exonerate Frupor from all liabilities arising from the misuse of this website and/or breach of these Terms and Conditions.
APPLICABLE LAW AND JURISDICTION
These Terms and Conditions will be governed by and interpreted in accordance with Portuguese Law. Users irrevocably consent to the jurisdiction of the courts located in Lisbon, Portugal, in relation to any dispute arising and/or relating to these Terms and Conditions and/or the use of this website.
COMMUNICATION TO THIS WEBSITE
Any communication or other content submitted to this website, whether via email, a message to a discussion group, by sending a file or in any other manner, will be considered non-confidential and non-exclusive.
By submitting content to this website, users automatically grant Frupor a free, perpetual (or for the maximum time period permitted by the applicable law), irrevocable and non-exclusive license to use, reproduce, modify, publish, edit, translate, distribute, execute and display such content separately and/or as a part of other work in any manner, media and/or technology that is currently known or may be developed in the future and, in addition, to sub-license such rights to third parties under the same conditions. If necessary, and at the request and expense of Frupor, users should confirm these rights granted to Frupor through a separate signed document.
Users agree that Frupor is free to use any ideas, concepts, know-how or techniques contained in any content they submit to this website, regardless of the underlying purpose of such submission, including, but not limited to, the development, manufacture and sale of products. It is also hereby clarified that Frupor is not required to give users any compensation or recognition in exchange for such use. If users do not agree to these conditions, they should abstain from sending such to the website.
Users agree not to submit any unlawful, threatening, libellous, defamatory, obscene, scandalous, pornographic or profane content to this website and/or any other content that may constitute or encourage any unlawful conduct. Frupor will cooperate with all relevant authorities regarding the application of the law in force, and will also respect all judicial decisions requesting or ordering Frupor to reveal the identity or help locate users who submit such content.
Frupor does not previously screen or monitor content submitted to this website by third parties and is not responsible for screening or monitoring that type of content. When notified, Frupor may investigate an allegation that content submitted to this website breaches these Terms and Conditions and may determine that the content be removed.
It is hereby clarified that, except in cases of order from the courts or a law enforcement body, or in case of obvious illegality, Frupor is under no obligation to remove content submitted to the website by third parties and assumes no responsibility or liability arising from or relating to this type of content, including, but not limited to, any error, defamation, slander, perfidy, omission, falsehood, obscenity, pornography, profanity, danger or inaccuracy contained in such content.
Frupor assumes no responsibility and/or liability for any deed or content submitted by users or any third party on or off this website, and does not endorse the content of any of those sites. Users accessing and visiting any of those third party sites do so at their own risk.
If any provision of these Terms and Conditions is considered to be null by any court with valid jurisdiction, the nullity of those provisions will not affect the validity of the remaining provisions of the Terms and Conditions, which will remain in full force.
Pursuant to the terms in article 18 of Law n.º 144/2015, of 8 September, in the case of consumer dispute, the consumer may appeal to:
CNIACC – Centro Nacional de Informação e Arbitragem de Conflitos de Consumo (National Centre for Information and Arbitration of Consumer Disputes)
Tel.: 213 847 484; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
DATA COLLECTED AUTOMATICALLY BY THE WEBSITE
The domain server for this website only records and stores information normally registered by default by the server, e.g. the Internet Protocol Address that gives users access to the Internet; the date and duration of the user’s access to this website; the Internet address of the site that brought users directly to this website and indication whether users noted if they are of legal age to consume alcoholic beverages. This information will be used to measure the number of visitors to this website’s different sections, to determine whether users are of legal age to consume alcoholic beverages and to help us make this website more useful for users.
PERSONAL DATA PROVIDED AT THE USER’S INITIATIVE
Frupor may, in some cases, request personal data from users of the website for the following purposes:
Navigation of this website does not imply the submission of personal data (except for the IP address).
If users choose to provide their personal data, Frupor will process that personal data based on their consent, which can be withdrawn at any time, without compromising the treatment carried out before the withdrawal of consent.
On the personal data collection form, Frupor will indicate using an asterisk or a similar solution, which are the mandatory fields to be filled in.
The collection form will also have a field for users to provide their express consent to process their personal data for the purposes indicated above.
Frupor confirms that it does not create consumer profiles based on the personal data collected through the website.
OFFICER RESPONSIBLE FOR PROCESSING PERSONAL DATA
In cases where personal data is submitted to Frupor, this will be the entity responsible for collecting and processing the personal data, however, reserving the right to subcontract other entities to process such data on behalf of Frupor. Frupor guarantees that all entities subcontracted to process personal data on its behalf are covered by contractual obligations in order to preserve the confidentiality of the data and compliance with the law in force.
Frupor is not obliged to appoint a Data Protection Officer pursuant to the General Data Protection Regulation.
For issues regarding personal data protection, please contact Frupor through one of the following:
Herdade do Brejo Redondo – Brejão
7630 – 569 São Teotónio
Phone: +351 282 940 000
TRANSFER OF PERSONAL DATA TO THIRD PARTIES AND DATA STORAGE
Without prejudice to the provisions in the previous paragraphs, Frupor will not submit the personal data of users to third parties (i.e. entities not subcontracted by Frupor) without their explicit consent.
Users’ personal data shall be stored in servers located within the European Union. No transfers of data outside the European Union are foreseen.
RIGHTS OF THE PERSONAL DATA HOLDER
Users have the right, at all times, to access, consult, alter, limit, correct and eliminate the personal data submitted by them to Frupor, sending, for that purpose, an email to email@example.com
Users also have the right, at all times, to withdraw their consent (when processing is based on that principle) and to oppose processing of their data for one or more purposes, and to request the portability of their personal data.
Users also have the right to lodge a complaint with an authority or supervisory body, which in Portugal is the Comissão Nacional de Protecção de Dados (National Data Protection Commission).
PERSONAL DATA RETENTION PERIOD
The length of time data is stored and retained varies according to the purpose for which the information is processed. Indeed, there are legal requirements that oblige data retention for a minimum period of time.
Therefore, whenever there is no specific legal requirement, the data will be stored and retained for up to 5 (five) years following the last interaction between Frupor and the user. This period was considered appropriate taking into account the type of website in question and the average time users access it.
Frupor is committed to protecting the security of the personal data submitted to the company. Given Frupor’s great concern and commitment to defending privacy issues, several technical and organisational security measures were adopted, in order to protect the personal data made available to the company, to prevent dissemination, loss, misuse, alteration, unauthorised processing or access, as well as any other unlawful processing.
Despite the security measures adopted by Frupor, the company is obliged to warn all of those browsing the Internet to take additional security measures, namely ensuring they use PCs and Browsers that are updated in terms of properly configured security “patches”, with an active firewall, antivirus and anti-spyware, and to verify the authenticity of the sites they visit on the Internet, avoiding sites whose reputation is not trustworthy.
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