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Introduction: the GDPR and privacy
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a European Commission Regulation (EU 2016/679) with which the European Union strengthens and standardizes the protection of private personal data of citizens and residents of the European Union, both within and outside its borders. This regulation replaces the laws of the individual Member States in terms of privacy and enters into force May 25, 2018.
For more details, you read the official text of the GDPR, visit Italy’s Data Protection Authority website.
In accordance to the GDPR, this privacy statement serves to clearly and simply explain which personal data is collected through this site, where it is stored, for how long, with what purpose and how you can update it or request it deletion.
Who is the data controller: Long Playing – High Fidelity Furniture belongs to Béatrice de France based in Florence, Italy.
Béatrice de France manages the site listed above and controls the management of personal data as described in this statement, in accordance with the current privacy laws (General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) - EU Regulation 2016/679).
You can contact us by email at
On what legal basis does Béatrice de France collect and manage personal data?
Béatrice de France uses as a legal basis the need to process personal data for the execution of its services, which include responding for requests for information on products exposed in the website Without collecting the requested data on forms, it would not be possible for us to respond to the requests of the site user.
Béatrice de France relies on its legitimate commercial interest to provide its services, promote them, prevent fraud and spam and improve its services.
What type of data does Béatrice de France collects on
Béatrice de France collects the information you send us through the contact forms on this site.
For users who requests information, such data includes your name, email, website and telephone number, in addition to any other information you choose to add to your request.
For each form sent, we collect data related to the browser and operating system used and the IP address, both of which serve to fight spam and to identify any usability problems on our sites in relation to particular browser settings and devices.
When you visit our site, we also automatically collect information related to your visit. Your IP address, the date and time of access to our site, hardware, software or browser you use and information about your computer's operating system and language settings is recorded. We also collect information about your clicks and the pages you've viewed on our site.
Why does Béatrice de France collect this data on
The data you send us through the form on our site are first of all used to provide the information you request.
Data sent through the form is collected to provide, through email or by phone, additional information and personalized offers for advertising on our sites.
Béatrice de France keeps a copy of requests in its archives for statistical purposes and as a backup.
Béatrice de France sends an email confirming that the request has been correctly sent and this email may include additional information, including. Only in the case of explicit consent would Béatrice de France send further communications via email containing information and offers of interest for furniture, lights and jewelry designed and handmade by herself.
Where is the collected data stored and for how long?
The data collected through our forms and browsing of our sites is collected through the following platforms:
Google Analytics - data related to site navigation.
The transmission of personal data as described in this Privacy Policy may include the transfer overseas to countries that do not provide complete and comprehensive data protection laws such as those of European Union countries. Where required by Community law, we will only transfer personal data to recipients that offer an adequate level of protection of personal data. Google is leading international company and its servers are spread out all over the world, including outside EU countries.
Béatrice de France relies on specific procedures to prevent improper use and unauthorized access to data. Only authorized personnel can access personal data to carry out their work. We keep your personal data for as long as deemed necessary to enable you to use our services, perform our services, advertise our services, carry out our business activities, to comply with legal obligations and resolve any disputes. All personal data stored by us is protected by this Privacy Policy. If you have questions regarding a specific data retention period for certain types of personal data we process, please contact us as indicated below.
Which third parties does Béatrice de France share your data with?
The data collected through forms is sent through email to Béatrice de France, which manages Your data is not shared with any other third party.
Data relating to browsing history and use of our sites is collecte through tools such as Google Analytics and shared only in aggregate form (not attributable to individual users) with Béatrice de France, its collaborators and partners.
How does Béatrice de France treat personal data of minors?
Services offered by Béatrice de France are only for users over the age of 16. Any user under the age of 16 can use our services only with explicit parental consent (or that of a legal guardian). If we learn we have personal data for someone under 16 years of age without the valid consent of a parent or legal guardian, we reserve the right to delete such data.
How to check, update and possibly delete the personal data you have shared with Béatrice de France?
In accordance with current privacy laws (General Data Protection Regulation (GDRP) - EU Regulation 2016/679) and upon request, you have the right to review the personal data Béatrice de France keeps about you. You can send us an email at where you can ask us for a copy of the personal data we hold about you, inform us of any changes or corrections you want made or ask us to permanently delete or restrict the processing of the personal data we have about you from our archives.
In order to learn of updates or changes to the current policies, upon further changes in laws, it is best if users consult this page periodically.
Cookie Policy
This website uses cookies. In this statement we explain in detail which cookies we use and how these allow us to offer our users the best online experience possible.
By using our site, the user accepts the use of cookies as explained below.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a brief text file sent by the website you have visited to your browser, either on your computer or mobile device. A cookie allows our website to receive feedback on your site activity, such as your default language and other settings. This allows us to offer a better experience during your visit and make successive visits to our site easier, increasing the utility of the website in your favor. Cookies play an important role on the Web. Without them, navigating the Web would be a more frustrating experience.
There are various types of cookies and ways of using them. Cookies can be distinguished by the function they play, their duration and by the entity that adds them to a website.
How are cookies used?
Our website uses the following types of cookies:
- Technical/functional cookies
Some cookies are indispensable for the correct operation of our website since they allow the loading of the web page and the correct operation of all of the essential functional aspects of the website. Other technical cookies add functions and help or personalize the overall experience of your browsing activity on our website.

- Analytics cookies (by third-parties)
These are cookies that allow us to monitor and analyze the behavior of all users of our sites. Through these cookies, we are able to monitor how navigation occurs within the website and we can create profiles of the types of users on our site in order to make improvements based on the analysis of this data. These cookies (offered by third parties) give us anonymous/aggregate data on site activity which means we cannot identify any single user.
In particular, Google Analytics, an analytics system offered by Google Inc., uses cookies saved on your computer to make it possible to analyze how you navigate through a website. The information generated by these cookies on the use and navigation of a site are sent to Google’s servers in the United States. Google uses this information to monitor and examine how each user goes in and around a website, creating reports on the activity on the website and to offer services tied to the activity of the website. Users who don’t want these types of cookies on their computer can actually opt-out from having them saved on their computers by installing the plug-in “Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on” offered by Google here: To activate this add-on, which blocks your computer from sending any information about your visit to Google, you have to follow instructions on the page, then restart your browser.
Read this page to learn how to refuse or delete cookies installed by Google:
Read this page to read Google’s privacy policy:

How to disable cookies on your browser
All of the main web browsers are initially set up to accept cookies automatically. The user can modify these settings to block cookies or to receive an alert message when cookies are sent to your device. There are various ways to manage cookies.
The user should refer to manuals or Help sections of their browser to learn how to regulate or change their browser settings.

• Chrome:

• Firefox:

• Internet Explorer:

• Opera:

• Safari:

If you use any other browser not listed above, check your browser settings for a tab that lets you manage cookies.

Between today’s many devices (from computers to smartphones to tablets), the user will have to check their web browser and settings on each device to ensure they are all aligned to reflect your own preferences as far as cookies go.

Please keep in mind that a full block of profiling cookies does not mean you are blocking ads from appearing on your web browser, you are simply ensuring that they are no longer personalized based on your browser activity.

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Changes to this Privacy Statement and Cookie Policy

Béatrice de France has the discretion to update the privacy policy at any time to follow EU regulations. When we do, we will revise the updated date at the bottom of this page. We encourage users to check this page periodically for any changes to stay informed about how we are process the personal information we collect. You acknowledge and agree that it is your responsibility to review this privacy policy periodically and become aware of changes.
Your acceptance of these terms
By using this website, you signify your acceptance of these policies. If you do not agree to these policies, please do not use our website. Your continued use of our site following the posting of changes to this policy will be deemed as acceptance of those changes.
Contacting us
If you have any questions about this Privacy Statement, about our processing of your personal data, these terms or the use of cookies, please contact us via email at