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PRIVACY POLICY

This privacy policy (hereinafter, “Privacy Policy“) refers to www.monclergroup.com, including dedicated and reserved areas for registered users (hereinafter, the “Site”) and describes the activities and means of personal data processing fulfilled by Industries S.p.A., a Moncler Group’s Company (hereinafter, “MONCLER“), through the Site, which is owned by Moncler S.p.A. and registered by the Company itself.

 

MONCLER recognizes the importance of its users’ privacy and commits itself to respecting it. MONCLER processes user’s personal information (“Personal Data“) when the user visits the Site and uses the services and functionality on it. The Privacy Policy has been drafted in accordance with Recommendation no. 2/2001, adopted on 17 May 2001 by the Data Protection Working Party – Art. 29, related to the minimum requirements for the online data collection in the European Union 
and also represents information to interested parties in compliance with Art. 13 of Legislative Decree no. 196 of 30 June 2003 and subsequent amendments and additions (hereinafter, “Privacy Code”). The Privacy Policy specifies who the Data Controller is, who controls and manages the Personal Data collected and processed through the Site, what personal information is collected, for what purposes and by which means the Personal Data are processed, the scope of communication to third parties and the possible transfer abroad, the security measures adopted to protect and defend such data and the means by which the user can verify the processing of data concerning him/her and exercise the rights recognized by the Privacy Code.

 

However, this information is only made for the Site and for the activities and services provided by MONCLER also through its own Data Processors and not for any other websites that may be consulted by the user through links and/or activities carried out by third parties. 
In case of other websites’ consultation, please refer to the respective Privacy Policy.

1. TYPES OF PROCESSED DATA

1.1 Navigation data

Visiting and consulting the Site does not generally involve collection and processing of user’s Personal Data. The Personal Data processing of users who visit and consult the Site is limited to the so-called navigation data which transmission is necessary for the functioning of computer systems and of programs essentials for the operation of the Site but which, by their very nature and in conjunction with other data, may permit the identification of users. This category includes, for example, the IP addresses (Internet Protocol) or the domain names of the computer used to visit the Site, as well as other parameters concerning the operating system used by the user to connect to the Site. The collection of Navigation data occurs automatically and inevitably and can only be used to obtain statistical information on the use of the Site and to verify its proper functioning. If expressly requested, such data may be used by the Public Authority to ascertain liability in the event of computer offenses committed against the Site and/or third parties, in accordance with the procedures in force at the competent Authorities. Except for this possibility, navigation data described above are only temporarily kept in compliance with the applicable regulations.

 

1.2 Data voluntarily provided by individual users 

In addition, MONCLER collects and processes Personal Data voluntarily provided by individual users that consist of those data collected through the sending of e-mail, the interaction with the Site’s features, the request for services offered by the Site, the sending of their own Curriculum Vitae, the compilation of other specific format for access to reserved sections of the Site (e.g. suppliers portal). Personal Data that MONCLER collects and processes include name, gender, place and date of birth, nationality, contact information such as addresses, phone numbers, e-mails and other information contained within the Curriculum.

2. MEANS AND PURPOSES FOR PROCESSING PERSONAL DATA

The Data will be processed both manually and with the help of electronic instruments for the following purposes:

 

(i) to respond and manage requests for information and/or materials of the user, questions, communications or feedback from users; to provide services rendered on the Website, including registration and updates through price sensitive press releases, presentation, interim reports, annual reports, and to manage the initiatives organized through the Site; to carry out recruitment and staff selection activities; for the management of sales activities and sales and after-sales services, such as administrative and accounting activities, return and guarantee management, fraud prevention, customer relationship management, including compliance with legal obligations, regulations and Community legislation (including anti-money laundering legislation) and for the rights’ enforcement through legal action;

 

(ii) with the specific and express consent of the user, for marketing operations, market research, newsletters and commercial or advertising communications related to products, services, events, offers and promotions of MONCLER through automated tools (such as email, sms, mms, push notifications and social network) and traditional ones (paper mail and phone calls with operator). The user will always be able to indicate the contact details he/she prefers among the above mentioned and will have the opportunity at any time to oppose to the processing of his/her Data for commercial purposes and to no longer receive promotional and/or commercial materials and information through all or just some of the contact ways indicated above;

 

(iii) furthermore, with the specific and express consent of the user, Personal Data may be disclosed to other Moncler Group companies and/or to Moncler’s trading partners (without prejudice to the adoption of security and Personal Data protection clauses required by law and applicable regulations) for marketing purposes through automated ways (such as email, sms, mms, push notifications and social networks) and traditional ones (such as paper mail and phone calls with operator). Again, the user will always be able to indicate the contact details he/she prefers among those listed above and will be able at any time to oppose to the processing of his/her data for commercial purposes and no longer receive promotional and/or commercial materials and information through all or just some of the above mentioned contact ways;

 

(iv) with the specific and express consent of the user, information referring to preferences, habits, lifestyles, individual and group profiles definition (profiling purposes) can be collected with the aim of sending personalized communications.

 

Personal Data will be stored for a period of time not exceeding what is necessary to achieve the purposes for which they have been collected and, in any case, not longer than the one provided for by the applicable regulations.

3. NATURE OF PERSONAL DATA GRANTING

The Personal Data granting for the purposes mentioned in point 2 (i) above, is necessary, for example, to allow MONCLER to respond to requests for information, to provide the services requested through the Site, including registration, to manage sales activities and after-sales services; in the event of non-submission of Personal Data for the purposes referred to in point 2 (i), MONCLER will not be able to answer, for example, to requests for information, to provide the services requested through the Site, to manage sales activities and after-sales services.

 

The Personal Data granting for the purposes set out in point 2 (ii) and (iii) is optional and, in the event of non-submission, the user may access the Site in any case, register, ask for information and use the services offered.

 

The Personal Data granting for the purposes of point 2 (iv) is optional and, in the event of non-submission, the user may access the Site in any case, register, ask for information and use the services offered.

4. PERSONAL DATA DISCLOSURE

Personal Data are accessible to the Data Processor indicated below, to the other persons who will act as external Controllers appointed by MONCLER and, in their quality as Persons in charge of the Processing, to the staff of MONCLER involved in the provision of services and features from time to time offered by MONCLER according to criteria of need.

 

Personal Data may be disclosed to agencies, authorities, public institutions and legitimate recipients in compliance with laws and regulations; they may be made accessible to self-employed professionals and collaborators, also organized in associated form, third parties suppliers of professional and technical service for the for processing purposes referred to in paragraph 2 that assist MONCLER in legal, tax, social security, accounting and/or organization’s field, who will act as Data Processors or Persons in charge of the Processing, as the case may be, without prejudice to the adoption of Personal Data security and protection measures pursuant to current legislation.

 

Personal Data may also be disclosed to third parties in the event of extraordinary transactions (e.g. mergers, acquisitions, transfer of business, etc.) by MONCLER. Only the information necessary to perform their respective functions will be provided to such those persons. Such third parties will commit to use the information received only for purposes for processing specified above, to keep them confidential and secure and to comply with the protection of Personal Data required by law and any instructions given by MONCLER.
As specified in point 2 (iii) above, only with the specific and express consent of the user, Personal Data may be disclosed to other Moncler Group’s companies and/or to Moncler’s trading partners (without prejudice to the adoption of security and Personal Data protection clauses required by law and applicable regulations) for marketing and profiling purposes as described above.

 

Personal Data may also be transferred abroad to persons established in countries that are not members of the European Union (e.g. other Moncler Group’s companies) that could not guarantee an adequate level of protection pursuant to the Privacy Code. In such cases, MONCLER transfers Personal Data to such third countries after the adoption of the measures laid down in Art. 44 of the Privacy Code in order to legitimate the transfer and ensure adequate protection to transferred Personal Data. Persons who receive user’s Personal Data may process them as Controllers, Processors and/or Persons in charge of the Processing, as the case may be.

 

The complete and updated list of Data Processors will be provided on request by contacting MONCLER at privacy@moncler.com.

 

Personal Data will in no case be subject to dissemination.

5. AUTOMATIC DATA COLLECTION MECHANISMS - COOKIES

The Site uses Cookies and other technologies to read and/or store information on the user’s device. In order to provide a detailed description of these technologies, please refer to the Cookie Policy [http://www.monclergroup.com/en/cookie-policy], here fully referenced.

6. USER’S RIGHT

User may exercise at any time the rights to which he/she is entitled to pursuant to Article 7 of the Privacy Code including, for example, the right to obtain confirmation of the existence or not of Personal Data relating to him/her, verifying its content, source and accuracy, requesting its integration, updating, rectification, deletion, transformation into an anonymous form or blocking of data which have been unlawfully processed. The user may object in whole or in part to the processing of data for legitimate reasons as well as to the processing for marketing purposes.

 

For any question or request about the processing of Personal Data and for exercise the rights granted by the Privacy Code, the user may contact MONCLER at the following address: [privacy@moncler.com].

7. AMENDMENTS AND UPDATES OF PRIVACY POLICY

The Privacy Policy is subject to amendments and updates and the version currently in force is that published on the Site. Amendments of the Privacy Policy are communicated through publication on the Site. Please periodically check the Privacy Policy to be informed of any changes.

8. DATA CONTROLLER AND DATA PROCESSOR

The Data Controller is INDUSTRIES S.p.A., a company of the Moncler Group, based in Via Stendhal 47, Milan – 20144 – Tel. 02/422041.

 

The Data Processor is Vegan Solutions S.r.l., domiciled at the headquarters of the Controller and available at the following e-mail address [privacy@moncler.com].

9. GOVERNING LAW

This Privacy Policy is governed by Italian law and, in particular, by the Italian Personal Data Protection Code (Legislative Decree No. 196 of 30 June 2003) and the Provisions, Authorizations and Guidelines issued by the personal data protection Authority which regulate the processing of Personal Data – also held abroad – carried out by anyone who is resident or has registered offices in Italy or by means located in Italy. The Italian Personal Data Protection Code guarantees that processing of Personal Data will be carried out in compliance with fundamental rights and freedom of individuals, as well as of their dignity, with particular reference to confidentiality, identity and to the right to Personal Data protection.

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