Information about personal data collected from the data subject according to article 13 of the European Privacy Regulation: General Data Protection Regulation
According to the article 13 of EU 2016/679 regulation, and following the principle of transparency, we hereby give the following information, so that the user is aware of the conditions and procedures by which their data are treated.
1. Holder of the data
The holder of the data is Xerjoff Group S.p.a, whose headquarters are located in Via L. Da Vinci, 29, 10095 Grugliasco (TO - Italy).
Contact information: telephone: +39-011-414.36.16, email address: email@example.com.
2. Purpose of the data processing, legal foundations, and issues of legitimate interest
The personal data provided by the user via our internet website are collected and processed for the following purposes:
- to sell either products or services, including the activities customer relationship management, according to the execution of the contract of which the data subject is party, or the the execution of pre-contract measures as requested by the customer;
- where explicit consent is given, to send via email newsletters, advertising material, and updates on our activities and newly posted materials on our website, or blog.
The legal basis regulating the processing of the data as per paragraph 2A above, is the execution of either pre-contractual measures or contractual ones, when carried out on the request of the data subject.
In the cases expressly stated in 2B above, the legal basis is the explicit consent, freely provided by the data subject. If the holder of the data wishes to process the data with a different purpose from the original one at the moment of their collection, prior to doing so, he shall provide the subject with information on such further processing, together with any additional and relevant information.
3. Conferring of personal data
Conferring the data for purposes indicated in 2A above, is voluntary, but refusing to do so will cause Xerjoff Group to be unable to fullfil its contractual obligations.
As far as the purposes indicated in 2B above are concerned, the conferment is also voluntary and their use is subject to explicit consent. If consent is not provided, Xerjoff Group will not be able to send newsletters, advertising material, invitations to events, or any other commercial initiative.
4. Recipients, actual and potential, of personal data
The data are processed within the company by individuals who have been authorised to do so, under the sole responsibility of the holder of the data, for the above-mentioned purposes and according to existing norms.
If necessary or required to carry out the above-mentioned purposes, the collected data can be processed by third parties appointed as external data processors, or, when applicable, expressly appointed as independent owners, namely:
- professionals, individual companies, companies such as transport companies and couriers, associations or professional practices providing support and consultancy services to our Company,
- companies, authorities, and associations dealing with services related to the above-mentioned purposes (i.e. market analysis and research services, credit card payment processing, IT systems maintenance).
5. Data transfer to a third country
In cases when it is required to work with subjects who are outside of the EU, whether for technical or operational reasons, we hereby inform you that they will be appointed data controllers within the meaning and for the purposes of Article 28 of the regulation, or joint data controllers according to Article 26 of the Regulation; the data transfer to those subjects, to the extent of the processing of specific activities, will be governed by the Chapter V of the Regulation. In order to guarantee the utmost protection of personal data, all possible safeguards will be enacted; this will be carried out by processing the data according to: a) compliancy decisions as expressed by the EU Commission; b) adequate guarantees expressed by the third party, as per Article 46 of the Regulation; c) by adopting binding corporate norms. At any given time, you can ask the holder of the data for further details, if your personal data have been processed outside of the EU, by requesting evidence of the specific guarantees that have been adopted.
6. Methods of processing and data retention period
The collected data will be processed either by electronic means, whether IT or telematic ones, or via manual processing, according to processing methods strictly related to the purposes for which the data have been collected and, in any case, in such a way that their safety is ensured.
The personal data processed for the purposes mentioned in 2A above, will be processed for the time necessary to carry out the contract’s purposes depending on the product’s lifecycle (e.g.: product guarantee), and for further periods as stated by current laws.
The personal data processed for the purposes mentioned in 2A & 2B above will be processed for a maximum period of 24 months starting from the registration to the website, or the date of consent acquisition.
The customer has also the right to withdraw his or her consent at any given time without infringing the lawfulness of the data processing carried out prior to the withdrawal.
The data holder does not use automated processes aimed at profiling.
8. Cookies and other technologies
When the customer browses our website, we gather technical information on the kind of hardware or software used by the visitors. This information does not provide us with users’ personal data, but only with technical and IT data, which are consequently used in aggregated and anonymous form with the goal of improving the quality of the service and providing statistics concerning the website usage. For further information, please see the Cookie section.
9. Link to other websites and social media websites
Our platform can occasionally feature external links to our advertisers and partners. If the users follow a link to any of those websites, they must be aware that those websites have their own privacy policies and that we cannot be held responsible for any of those policies. Please consult their relevant policies before sending personal data to those websites.
10. Data subject’s rights related to data processing
We hereby specify that, with regard to your personal data, you can exercise any of the rights listed below:
- the right to access your personal data;
- the right to rectify, cancel or restrict your personal data;
- the right to refuse the processing at any given time;
- the right to data portability (applicable only to electronic data)
- the right to submit a complaint to the Control Authority, if you deem your personal data have been processed illegitimately.
Regarding the procedures for the exercise of the above-mentioned rights, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org. Before replying, we cold ask for an identity verification.Your request will be dealt with within 15 (fifteen) days.
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