rivacy e cookie policy

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: gdpr@xerjoff.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:

a) to be able to carry out customer relationship management according to contract arrangements;
b) to send periodical newsletters and advertising material via email to customers, on the basis of their explicit consent;
c) to send customers updates on our activities, and notices about newly posted materials on our website, or blog, on the basis of their explicit consent;
d) to send customers information on sales promotions, invitations to events, training courses, special offers, or invitations to take part in market analysis and research surveys, on the basis of their explicit consent.

The legal foundation regulating the processing of the data is the enactment of a contract, of which the data subject is party, or the execution of pre-contractual measures, if carried out on the request of the data subject.
In b), c), and d) 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 a) above, is voluntary, but refusing to do so will cause Xerjoff Group to be unable to fulfil its contract obligations.
As far as the purposes indicated in b), c), and d) above, 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 authorized 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 abovementioned purposes, the collected data can be processed by third parties appointed as external data processors, or, when applicable, expressly appointed as independent owners, namely:
a) external companies charged to carry out the above-mentioned purposes;
b) 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

According to the present norms, and provided adequate protection is guaranteed, collected data can be transferred abroad, even outside the EU, to Xerjoff Group S.p.a partner companies. The data holder can also transfer the data to a third country (namely, Switzerland) for which there is a Commission’s decision on adequacy (article 45, paragraph 1 of the Regulation).

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 2 a) above, will be processed for the time necessary to carry out the contract’s purposes, and for further 5 years, for tax and administrative purposes.
The personal data processed for the purposes mentioned in 2 b), c), and d) above will be processed for a maximum period of 24 months starting from the registration to the website, or the termination of the consent procedure.
The customer has also the right to withdraw your consent at any given time without infringing the lawfulness of the data processing carried out prior to the withdrawal.

7. Profiling

The data holder does not use automated processes aimed at profiling.

8. 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:
1. the right to access your personal data;
2. the right to rectify, cancel or restrict the data forming the subject-matter of the processing;
3. the right to refuse the processing;
4. the right to data portability (applicable only to electronic data), as per EU Regulation 2016/679, article 20.

Regarding the procedures for the exercise of the above-mentioned rights, please write to gdpr@xerjoff.com. Your request will be dealt with within 30 days.

9. Complaints

We hereby inform the data subject that you have the right to file a complaint to the Controlling Authority, in case you think that your data have been illegitimately processed. For further information, please go to the official website of the Italian Privacy authority at: www.garanteprivacy.it

 

 

COOKIE POLICY

COOKIE POLICY

In order to make its services more efficient and user-friendly, this site uses first-party cookies. When visiting the site, a tiny bit of information is inserted in the user’s machine; this happens via small text files called “cookies”, which are saved in the user’s web browser directory. The cookies are used to improve the overall web browsing experience of the user.

Specifically:
– they allow to efficiently navigate from one page of the site to the other.
– they record the user’s ID (IP) and the preferences saved on the website.
– they allow to avoid inserting the same information (such as username and password) more than once during the browsing.
– they monitor the use of services by the visitors, in order to maximize their browsing experience and the quality of the services.

Although there are several types of cookies, their general goal is to allow the site to work more efficiently and to enable certain of its functions. Below are described some kinds of cookies that can be used in our website, with a description related to their purposes.

Technical Cookies
These cookies are requested for the correct functioning of some parts of the website. The cookies belonging to this category include both persistent and session cookies. Without them, the whole of the website or some of its parts may not work properly. Therefore, these cookies are always used, regardless of the user’s preferences. The cookies belonging to this category are always sent from our domain.

Analytical Cookies
These cookies are used to gather information about the use of the website. The data holder may process this information to run analytics statistics, to improve the website and simplify its use, beside monitoring its correct functioning. This kind of cookies anonymously gathers information about the users’ activities on the website, how they have reached the website and which pages they have visited. The cookies belonging to this category are sent from the website itself or from third-party domains.

Enabling/disabling cookies through web browsers
There are several ways to manage cookies and other traceability technologies. By modifying the settings of your browser, you can accept or reject cookies, or you can opt to receive a message prior to accepting cookies from the visited websites. You are also reminded that by completely disabling cookies in your web browser the full usage of all our interactive functions could be impaired. If you are using more than one computer, please make sure that every browser is set so as to satisfy your preferences. You can delete all cookies that have been installed in the cookie folder of your web browser. Each web browser has different procedures on how to manage settings. You can click on any of the following links in order to obtain specific instructions. Microsoft Windows Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari. If you are not using any of the above-mentioned web browsers, you can select “cookies” in the help section of your web browser, in order to find out where the cookie folder is placed.

Activating and deactivating cookies
In addition to using your web browser tools to activate or deactivate individual cookies, we inform you that the website www.youronlinechoices.com offers a list of the main providers working with website managers in order to collect and process the information used for behavioural advertising. You can activate or deactivate all companies, or you can finetune your preference settings for each company individually. In order to do so, you can use the tool at www.youronlinechoices.com/it/le-tue-scelte.