This Privacy Policy is applied whenever users access the Website to browse on it or use its services.

1. Information Notice pursuant to Art. 13 of Italian Legislative Decree no. 196/2003

I Processing Controller
The processing controllers of data collected via this Website are Liudmila Carta. based in via XXX Italy (hereafter known as “Millavintage”); the controllers decide in agreement upon the processing purposes; Millavintage establishes, even autonomously, the processing methods and security procedures to be applied in order to guarantee the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the data.

II Optional or Mandatory Nature of Data Provision
The provision by users to Millavintage of personal data requested via the Website on the various occasions of collection may be mandatory, to pursue the purposes identified in the information notice, or optional. The mandatory or optional nature of the provision is specified each time – with reference to the individual information requested – upon each individual data collection. Any refusal to communicate data marked as mandatory makes it impossible to pursue the main purpose of the specific collection: that refusal may also involve the impossibility of using the complementary services, such as, by way of example, the sending of newsletters.

The provision to Millavintage of additional data, not marked as mandatory, is, on the other hand, optional and does not involve any consequence.

III Data Processing Managers and Officers
a) In order to pursue the Website’s purposes, Millavintage uses its right to appoint processing managers chosen by it; in order to obtain the full list of managers who process the data, users should contact Customer Services.
b) For the same purpose, Millavintage also authorises the following categories of officers to process the data: employees in charge of administration, computer systems and marketing (where consent is given), information and management systems of the Website and those in charge of providing services reserved to registered users.

IV User Rights
In accordance with Art. 7 of Italian Legislative Decree no. 196/2003, users are entitled to obtain from Millavintage confirmation of the processing or otherwise of personal data relating to them, even if not yet registered, and its communication in intelligible form.

They are also entitled to obtain from Millavintage information regarding the origin of their personal data, the purposes and methods of its processing, the logic applied in the case of processing performed using electronic tools; the identification details of the processing controllers and managers; an indication of the entities or categories of entities to which the personal data may be communicated or which may come to know of it in the capacity, for example, of processing managers.

Users are also entitled to obtain from the controller:
a) The update, rectification or supplementation of their personal data;
b) The deletion, transformation into anonymous form or block on personal data processed in breach of the law, including data whose storage is not necessary for the purposes for which it was collected or subsequently processed;
c) Certification that the operations set out in letters a) and b) have been brought to the attention, also as regards their content, of those to whom the data has been communicated or disseminated, except where that fulfilment is found to be impossible or involves the use of means manifestly disproportionate to the protected right.

Users are, finally, entitled to object in whole or in part:
a) For legitimate reasons, to the processing of personal data relating to them, even if relevant to the purposes of its collection;
b) To the processing of personal data relating to them for the purposes of sending advertising material or direct marketing or for the completion of market research or sales communications.

In order to exercise the aforementioned rights, users may send an appropriate written request to Millavintage by recorded delivery letter, which will be promptly dealt with.


2. Guidelines

The principles on which the Website’s privacy policy is based are as follows:
a) To process data solely for the purposes and in accordance with the methods illustrated in the information notice presented upon its collection;
b) To use data for purposes additional to those for which that data was specifically provided only with the express consent of the user;
c) To make the data available to third party companies only for purposes instrumental to providing the requested service or within the scope of an appointment as processing manager; not to communicate the data, transfer it or assign it to third parties for their own processing unless the user has been informed in advance and has granted consent;
d) To respond to requests for deletion, amendment or supplementation of the data provided and any opposition to data processing for the purposes of sending sales and advertising information;
e) To ensure the correct and lawful management of data, safeguarding the privacy of users, as well as applying appropriate security measures to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the data provided.


3. Purposes of Processing

The data is processed in order to provide the services available by accessing the Website, as listed below:
a) Registration to the Website to use the respective services;
b) For marketing purposes (receiving newsletters, new products, promotions).

The specific purposes for which the data is processed are, in addition, summarised each time in the information notice pursuant to Art. 13 of Italian Legislative Decree no. 196/2003, which is presented to users when they provide personal data.

In some cases, as expressly indicated in the information notice, the data may be subject – where express consent is provided – to processing aimed at creating profiles based upon preferences or purchases of users, in order to send information targeted to the requirements and interests of the latter.

This is without prejudice to the provisions of Art. 130, Paragraph 4 of Italian Legislative Decree no. 196/2003, which allows the controller to use the data for sending advertising e-mails on its or third parties’ products and services, unless that use is refused.

Users’ data will be communicated to third parties only if express consent is provided, except where the communication is mandatory by law or necessary for legal purposes for the pursuit of which the interested party’s consent is not required; in those cases, the data may be provided to third parties who will process it autonomously and solely for the aforementioned purposes (for example, for requests made by the police force or the judiciary or other bodies with jurisdiction, or to fulfil obligations deriving from the contract.

Any processing purpose other the specific purpose for which the personal data was provided will be highlighted in the information notice and will be pursued by Millavintage only subject to acquiring the user’s express consent.

4. Cases of Exclusion of Consent

In accordance with Italian Legislative Decree no. 196/2003, Millavintage may process the personal data of users without requesting their consent when this is necessary to fulfil a legal obligation or to fulfil the obligations contractually accepted by it.

5. Personal Data of Third Parties

Where Millavintage processes personal data of third parties communicated directly by its users, will send to the third party the information notice required by Art. 13 of Italian Legislative Decree no. 196/2003 upon registering their data in its archive, but it is the user’s responsibility to obtain the consent of the person whose data is provided prior to communicating it. Users remain solely and singularly liable for the communication of information and data relating to third parties without the latter having expressed their consent or for any incorrect use or use contrary to law.


6. Cookies

Technical cookie
Cookies are small text files inserted through the browser, by a website, on the User’s device in order to treat certain information related to his browsing activity on the Internet.
Technical cookies are exclusively used to ensure the transmission of data communication within the Website, in order to grant the functionality or the service explicitly demanded by the subscriber or the User to provide a service.

Cookie analytics
Cookie analytics are used directly by TBS to collect information, in aggregated form, regarding the number of Users and the activities performed on the Website.

TBS uses, for this purpose, the Google Analytics service provided by Google, Inc. (hereinafter “Google”).

Google Analytics uses cookies (not third party cookies) that do not store personal data. The information derivable by cookies on the usage of the website by Users will be transmitted by the User browser to Google, with headquarters in 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, U.S.A., and registered in the company servers.

According to terms of services, Google will use this information, as an independent data controller, for tracking and analysing the Website usage and providing other related services referred to the connection mode, to the search mode and to the achievement of webpages. Google could also send this information to third parties, if required by law or regulations or if those third parties process this information on behalf of Google. Google will not associate the IP addresses to any other data in its possession.

We kindly invite you to read Google privacy policy, available on the link below:

The information data to subject related to Google Analytics services is available at the link below:

By visiting the Website, the users agree to the treatment of their personal data by Google for the purposes with the methods here listed.

Cookie list

Nome Cookie Descrizione Scadenza


Google Analytics 2 years30 minutesend of browser session10 minutes

6 months

OAXRMFD Advertising 1 month1 month
__atuvc__atuvs AddThis 2 years30 minutes


Deleting and deactivating cookies
Since cookies are normal text files, it is possible to access them through a word processing program.

It is also possible to set up your own browser in order to avoid the use of cookies.

Hereafter, for example purpose, an explication of how to deactivate and delete cookies of major web browsers:

Delete/deactivate cookies with Firefox:

Delete/deactivate cookies with Explorer:

Delete/deactivate cookies with Chrome:

Alternatively, it is possible to only deactivate Google Analytics cookies, by using Google Analytic Opt-Out Browser Add-On provided for major web browsers.


7. Security Measures

Millavintage adopts adequate security measures in order to reduce to a minimum the risks of destruction or loss – even accidental – of data, unauthorised access or processing that is not permitted or not compliant with the purposes of collection as indicated in our Privacy Policy.

However, Millavintage cannot guarantee to its users that the measures adopted for the security of the Website and the transmission of data and information on the Website will limit or exclude any risk of unauthorised access or dispersion of data by devices pertinent to the user.

The user’s computer must always be equipped with adequate software for the protection of data sent to the network, both incoming and outgoing, and the user’s internet service provider must have adopted adequate security measures for the transmission of data to the network.

8. Links to Other Websites

The Website contains linked to other websites that have no connection with Millavintage and/or with; the controllers do not check or perform monitoring operations on those websites and their contents. The controllers cannot be held liable for the contents of those websites and the rules adopted by them, even with regard to privacy and the processing of personal data of users during browsing.

This Privacy Policy does not apply to the websites of third parties. Our Website provides links to those websites only to assist users in searching and browsing and to facilitate the hypertext link on the Internet to other websites. The activation of the links does not involve any recommendation or identification for accessing and browsing on those websites, or any guarantee regarding their contents, services or goods supplied and sold by them to Internet users.

9. Contacts

For further information on personal data processing, please visit the Data Protection Authority’s website at the address

For further information on the processing of data performed by Millavintage please send an e-mail to


10. Applicable Law

This Privacy Policy is regulated by Italian law and in particular by the Code on Personal Data Processing (Italian Legislative Decree 30 June 2003 no. 196) which regulates the processing of personal data – even held abroad – performed by anyone resident or based in Italy.

The Code guarantees that the processing of personal data is performed in compliance with the rights and fundamental freedoms, as well as the dignity, of the interested party, with particular reference to confidentiality, personal identity and the right to protection of personal data.


11. Amendments and Updates to the Privacy Policy

The controllers may amend or simply update, in whole or in part, the Website’s Privacy Policy, also in view of any change to the rules of law or regulations on the matter. Any amendments and updates to the Privacy Policy will be notified to users on the Homepage as soon as they are adopted and will be binding upon being published on the Website. We recommend, therefore, that you access this section regularly to check the publication of the most recent and updated Privacy Policy.