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Disclaimer

Data protection

1. Scope

You are looking at the official website (portal) for the Export Department of Chocolat Frey AG, the aim of which is to provide customer information. Chocolat Frey AG may make use of third parties to operate it. The principles outlined below also apply to other information provided by clients, in the form of newsletter subscriptions, for example.

However, comments regarding use of the portal relate solely to the website www.chocolatfrey.com. The special provisions governing other websites belonging to Chocolat Frey AG benefitting from a legal status remain expressly reserved.

The principles governing use of this portal may be modified at any time with automatic effect.

 

2. Intellectual property rights and other rights

Chocolat Frey AG is the owner and operator of this portal. The trademarks, names, titles, logos, photos, drawings, text and other items appearing on it are all the property of Chocolat Frey AG benefitting from a legal status, and the respective contractual partners of the latter. Displaying pages of this website on screen as well as downloading and copying them does not give rise to any rights (usage rights, intellectual property rights, etc.).

Reproduction (completely or partially), transmission (electronically or by other means), modification, placing on a network and using the portal with the aim of publication or for other commercial purposes is prohibited without prior written consent.

 

3. Exclusion of liability

Chocolat Frey AG accepts no liability (including in the event of negligence), which may arise from accessing, or the inability to access, all or part of the website, or from any use that may be made of it. Access to the portal and its use are not guaranteed.

The portal contains links to thirdparty websites, which are neither operated nor monitored by Chocolat Frey AG. Therefore, the latter accepts no responsibility for their content. This non-acceptance of liability/responsibility also applies to compliance with legal provisions governing data protection by operators of these websites.

 

4. Data transfer via the Internet

To the extent that it represents an open network that is accessible to anyone and everyone, the Internet is unable to provide a secure environment. Even though the transmission of individual data packets is conducted, in principle, in an encrypted form, this procedure does not provide a guarantee for either the sender or the recipient. Furthermore, it may be the case that, although the sender and the recipient are both located in Switzerland, the data may pass through foreign countries with a level of data protection that is lower than that in Switzerland. Consequently, Chocolat Frey AG accepts no liability/responsibility as regards the security of data during transfers via the Internet.

 

5. Newsletter

The newsletter is only sent to clients that expressly request it. A newsletter subscription may be cancelled at any time. Further details appear in the newsletter.

 

6. Collection and use of information

When a visitor accesses the Internet portal, a quantity of information is recorded (for example, the visitor’s IP address, the access date and time, the name of the file called up, etc.).

Personal data is not put to any use. It is utilized only for the anonymous analysis of data for statistical purposes, to monitor the daily number of visitors to the site, for example.

Data is treated as confidential. It is not passed on to third parties outside the Chocolat Frey AG, unless this is required pursuant to the applicable law, i.e. by the relevant legal authorities.

 

7. Google Analytics with anonymized IP addresses

This website uses Google Analytics, a website analysis service provided by Google Inc. («Google»). Google Analytics uses cookies, which are text files placed on your computer, to help the website analyse use of the website by its users. The data generated by cookies regarding your use of the web site (including your IP address) will be transmitted and stored on Google’s servers. The parameterisation used means that IP addresses are recorded in an abbreviated form, which does not allow your computer to be traced using evaluations. The system will be parameterised for the purpose of recording; Google will use this information to evaluate your use of the website, to compile reports on website activity for its editor and to provide other services relating to website activity and use of the Internet. Google may pass on this data to third parties, should it be legally obliged to do so, or where these third parties process this data on behalf of Google, including specifically the website editor. Google will not match your IP address with any other data held by Google. You may disable the use of cookies by selecting the relevant parameters in your browser. However, any such action may prevent use of some of the website’s functionalities. By using this website, you expressly consent to Google processing your personal data under the conditions and for the purposes outlined above.

 

8. Cookies

All access to the portal will result in the creation of a small file (known as a “cookie”) in the visitor’s computer’s memory. This file is used purely to compile an anonymous survey into the number of visits.

 

9. Data security

The security of personal data recorded (in relation to a newsletter subscription, for example) is guaranteed.

 

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