I’m pretty sure you by now have heard about the GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation, and hereby also from the Winehog.
Winehog and the General Data Protection Regulation
Winehog is like other organisations now working under the GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation – rules set by the EU.
We therefore have to ensure that you as a subscriber and follower of Winehog are aware of the fact that we do collect data, and register data when you using our services and products.
As the product and services are build around a signup to the Winehog subscription, you need to consent to the use and collection of data using our products and services.
The data we need
We collect the following data when you sign up – even for our free subscription:
When you acquire a paid membership you furthermore need to fill in more detailed informations to complete the invoicing and the payment transaction – these include your precise address, as this is necessary to complete the VAT calculation.
These data are mandatory and needed to subscribe to Winehog and to receive the emails we send.
You can always unsubscribe the newsletter, the Winehog subscription and services by contacting Winehog. We will then delete your subscription, and delete the data related to the membership – if you may choose so.
Some transaction data can not be deleted due to tax and accounting rules, and will then be deleted once a year when the accounting rules permit.
Please note – we only collect a minimum of informations, and without those the Winehog subscription can not work.
We collect data when you use Winehog – the website and the email. These data are informations about your use of the Winehog, and are used to improve the services and the content. Furthermore informations about your device, screen size, location and other standard data are collected – also to ensure we can develop the content and design to your benefit.
We are able to see if you use your login, and able to see what you click on in the emails – and if you open the email or if it bounces.
These data are collected for all users that have a login and hence are receiving the Winehog mails.
Our products are based on the subscription to the emails, and the login to the website, hence this is a integrated part of our products – and using the product without these data and the data collection is not possible.
If you can’t consent to this data collection it is sadly not technically possible to be a full subscriber to Winehog.
You can always unsubscribe the newsletter, the Winehog subscription and services by contacting Winehog. We will then delete your subscription, and delete the data related to the membership – if you choose may so.
The Winehog data, cookie and privacy policies
You can read the full and updated data policies here – to see the measures we have taken regarding the GDPR.
Last revision: July 17, 2020