A) PRIVACY POLICY (D.lgs. 196/2003)
A.1) Interested parties
The website is owned by the company CNMedia srl managing and organising the products on sale. CNMedia is registered at the Registro delle Imprese di Genova, CF/P.IVA 02150570063, seated in Piazza Fontane Marose 3 – 16123 Genoa Italy. CNMedia is the holder of your personal data according to the D. Lgs. N. 196, June 30, 2003 (Personal Data Protection Code). The above mentioned legislation regulates the protection of persons and other parties with reference to personal data. Personal data are treated in accordance with the current legislation.

A.2) Nature of the bestowal
Data bestowal has a relevant nature, as it deals with information the knowledge of which is suitable for the hereafter indicated purposes. Furthermore, Frei und Apple informs you that failure or wrong communication of compulsory data may prevent the Holder from ensuring the congruity of the treatment and may also lead to a suspension of Frei und Apple responsibility with reference to the consequences of such untruthfulness.

A.3) Data treatment purposes
Personal data are collected and handled by Frei und Apple for purposes connected with the use and related services offered by the web-site and with the products purchase via, as follows:

• we collect personal data with reference to the subscribing process that is necessary to allow access to the reserved areas of and the forwarding of the news via e-mail, when requested.;
• With reference to customer care, we collect personal data in order to provide all the necessary information about services and products purchasing.
• With regard to the purchasing process at we collect data through the order form.
• We collect data in order to provide technical assistance concerning internet navigation, browser compatibility and loading and display
Personal data are in most cases electronically treated. In some cases, (for example to avoid fraud) the information may be handled in paper format.
Personal data are retained in order to enable their indentification within the period of time that is strictly necessary to achieve the specified purposes, in accordance to the current legislation.
Please notify any modification in your personal data at
We do not disclose personal information to third parties for illegal purposes or without your express consent. Data will be disclosed to third parties if this is required for completing your transaction with us (for instance, the Banca Intesa SanPaolo requires such data for payment operations). Furthermore, data will be forwarded to the Police or to the Judicial Authority, according to the current legislation and upon formal request (for example within anti-fraud services of
Frei und Apple handles your data for direct marketing purposes with your express consent only.
In some cases Frei und Apple might be treating personal data of third parties involved in the purchasing process: this occurs, for instance, when the subscriber buys an item to be dispatched to a friend, that is when the paying subject differs from the product receiver. This also happens when the subscriber intends to indicate the services (or a specific offer) provided by to a friend .
In such cases, the customer is obliged to obtain the express consent from the person to whom data are referred and to inform him about the present Privacy Policy. The customer is the sole responsible for the disclosure of data and information of third parties without their express consent, or for illegal purposes. We inform you that the consent of such third parties is not necessary when their data are communicated to Frei und Apple for completing the contract with the company .

A4) Data treatment modalities
Data treatment is carried out through paper or electronic format or any other means present and future, with particular reference to:
• Entrustment of elaboration operations to third parties
• Computer handling
• Manual treatment (paper archives)

Personal data handling occurs in accordance with the Privacy Code (art. 11, 31 and following) and by the adoption, in compliance with the disciplinary measures included in the Annex B, of the minimum security measures regulated in the Privacy Code, Art. 35.
By acceptance, the interested party expresses the consent to data treatment according to the above mentioned conditions, including disclosure to third parties. Thus, Frei und Apple acquires the faculty of using data, also for commercial purposes and with reference to data banks in which information might be included, or for any other use.

A5) Communication
Data are stored at the Handler’s offices, and will be communicated to the competent subjects for the implementation of the necessary operations, in order to guarantee a proper management of the business relationship and the safeguard of the user’s rights. Data are handled by staff , collaborators, and by the service company of Frei und Apple. Data might be disclosed without restrictions- especially in a exemplifying way- to third parties Dhl/Bartolini for the handling of data necessary to carry out dispatching activities, including restitution of goods purchased at

• Brgcom s.r.l., handling data with reference to Frei und Apple’s server management and maintainance
• Banca IntesaSanPaolo
Personal data will also be disclosed for purposes indicated at point A3) to external collaborators, or to all those subjects to whom data communication is necessary for the proper accomplishment of aims mentioned at point A3)

A.6) Disclosure Collected data shall be communicated/disclosed without restriction to third parties if the Handler believes it to be necessary.
A.7) Handler Frei und Apple is the Handler of the user’s personal data and decides in conditions of full autonomy on the treatment modalities, security profile included.
A.8) Rights of the user The user is allowed at any time to exercise the rights indicated in D.Lgs. 196/2003, art. 7, that is he has the right to erase, modify, update and integrate his personal data. By sending an e-mail to you will receive an updated list of the subjects responsible for data handling.
A.9) Modifications and updating of Privacy Policy of Frei und Apple is allowed to modify or simply update, totally or partially, the Privacy Policy at, also considering possible modifications occurring in legislation regulating the present matter and safeguard your rights. Modifications and updates of the Privacy Policy will be notified to the users at the home page of the web-site, and will be operative and binding beginning from the day of their publication at Please visit regularly the home page, so that you can read the most recent and up-to-date version of the Privacy Policy at

A.10) Operative Effectiveness The above mentioned rules shall be applied to all present and future tasks –verbal agreement included - entrusted to Frei und Apple. Copying of art. 13 D. Lgs. 30 giugno 2003, n. 196 Information on cookies
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Cookies are classified according to duration and the site that set them. Users must be informed about the cookies that our website uses and about the purposes for which they are used. There are three purposes: to ensure your privacy, make the site easy to use and optimise the development of our websites. Below is a more detailed explanation of the cookies used in our websites and their purpose. Use of cookies by this website This website uses cookies to collect statistical data on visitors and to record information on your preferences as you browse websites. Our purpose in using cookies is to improve the experience our site offers to visitors. Cookies and their functionality Different cookies are used for the various purposes. Below is a list of the most commonly used types of cookie and the purposes for which they are used.

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Below is a list of services used on this website that set third-party cookies:
Google Analytics (Google)
Google Analytics is a web analysis service provided by Google, Inc. ("Google") which uses cookies to collect users’ personal data which is sent to, and stored on, Google servers in the United States. Google uses this information to track and examine your use of the website, compile reports on website activity for the website operators and provide other services related to website activity and Internet use. Google does not associate users’ IP addresses with any other data that it possesses. If you refuse to use cookies, by selecting the appropriate setting on your browser, you may not be able to use all that website’s functionality.

Social Widgets/Buttons
Services that enable users to interact with social networks from within other websites.

Facebook social buttons/widgets (Facebook)
Service managed by Facebook Inc., a company that has signed up to the Safe Harbor Privacy Policy Framework, guaranteeing personal data processing in line with European safety standards. The service allows users to interact with the social network through this website. If a user clicks on the button/widget, Facebook acquires data about that user’s visit to the site. Facebook does not share any information or data in its possession with the site or the data controller. For more information on Facebook Inc.’s use of personal data, please see the following link:

Twitter social buttons/widgets (Twitter)
Service managed by Twitter, a company that has signed up to the Safe Harbor Privacy Policy Framework, guaranteeing personal data processing in line with European safety standards. The service allows users to interact with the social network through this website. If a user clicks on the button/widget, Twitter acquires data about that user’s visit to the site. Twitter does not share any information or data in its possession with the site or the data controller. For more information on Twitter’s use of personal data, please see the following link:

Cookie management
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If you would like websites not to store any cookies on your computer, set your browser so that it receives a notification before any cookie is filed. Alternatively, you can set your browser so that it rejects all cookies or only third-party cookies. You can also delete all cookies already present in the system. It is important to stress that settings must be edited separately in each browser and computer used. If you block the storage of cookies, this website cannot guarantee that it will work properly. Some site functions may be unavailable and you may not be able to view certain websites. In addition, blocking cookies does not stop advertisements being displayed. They will simply not be customised according to your interests and may be displayed more frequently.
Each browser uses a different procedure for editing settings. If necessary, use the browser guide function to find the correct procedure. To deactivate cookies on a mobile phone, see the manual to find more information. More detailed information on cookies on the Internet can be found at Other cookies/unexpected cookies
Because of the way the Internet and websites work, we are not always able to control the cookies that are stored by third parties through our website. This is especially the case when webpages contain so-called incorporated elements such as text, documents, pictures or video clips that are filed elsewhere but are viewed on or through our website.
So if you find a cookie on the website that is not attributable to one of the third-party services listed, please let us know. Alternatively, you can contact the third parties concerned directly and ask for information on the cookies that they send, their purpose, their duration and how they guarantee users’ privacy.