PRINCIPLES OF PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA
We attach great importance to the protection of personal data. We have therefore committed ourselves to consistently protecting the personal data of the individuals concerned and to take all necessary measures to fulfill this obligation.
This Policy applies to the processing of data by (i) on and / or through our website www.alexandermarcus.fr, including all parts thereof (the "Site"), and (ii) by electronic mail and other communication tools in the course of mutual communication with us.
It is our best interest to feel safe and informed on our Site. We, therefore, ask that you carefully read this Policy and the Statement to ensure that you understand its content.
For questions regarding the Policy and / or Statement, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
By browsing our Site and / or performing any actions with its content and / or functionality, you agree to these Principles and Statements.
1. DEFINITION OF CERTAIN TERMS
1.1 For the purposes of this Policy:
(A) The company Alexander Marcus Group s. r. about. The substitution we and all its forms referred to in this Policy designate the Company;
(B) Visitors a natural person browsing our Site and / or performing any actions with its content and / or functionality. The pronoun "You" and all its shapes listed in this Policy indicate the Visitor;
(C) Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46 / EC (General Data Protection Regulation);
(D) Act No. 18/2018 Coll. on the protection of personal data and on amendments to certain acts, as amended.
2. WHO WE ARE AND HOW CAN YOU CONTACT US?
2.1 The operator within the meaning of Article 4 (7) of the Regulation is Alexander Marcus Group Ltd about. registered office Račianska 96, 831 02 Bratislava, Slovak Republic. Alexander Marcus is a trademark of our e-shop which we operate as a Company.
You may contact us, inter alia, by mail at the registered office of the Company and / or by e-mail at email@example.com.
You may contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org regarding matters concerning the protection of your personal data processed by the Company.
3. WHAT DATA WE PROCESS AND HOW DO WE GET IT?
3.1 We process two categories of data, namely personal data as defined in Article 4 (1) of the Regulation and data that cannot be considered personal data. We collect all this data from you.
3.2 Information You Provide Us.
Purchase and sale process. We are always looking forward to your interest in our products. During the purchase and sale process, we may process your data including title, first name, surname, business name, company ID, VAT number, street, and street number, city, zip code, phone number, e-mail address, and country.
Please note that our Company does not have your payment information and that this data is processed for us by banks and / or payment institutions, which are subject to supervision by the relevant public authorities.
Customer account. We care that you can browse, select and purchase products on our Site comfortably. Therefore, one of the functions of our Site is the possibility to create a customer account. When creating and / or editing it, we may process your data in the range (complete). (user experience)
Newsletter. If you wish to be informed by e-mail about the products, ongoing sales events or other activities of our Company, you can provide us with your e-mail address.
Career. We are constantly looking for talented people who share our values of advice and are interested in building our brand of premium furniture and decorations.
If you would like to join our team, you can contact us using the Career Form on our Site or contact our internal Human Resources Department at email@example.com.
Using a career form, we can process data in the title, first name, surname, e-mail address, country, job position, image record, and data contained in the attached CV.
In case you are applying for the position of your Company via e-mail, we may process the data contained in your application, CV and other similar documents and the data you provide to us during the communication.
Electronic mail and other communication tools. It goes without saying that you can also contact us by e-mail or other communication tools to address your private and/or business needs.
During such communication, you may provide us, for example, with your personal and/or commercial data.
3.3 Data that we process automatically.
Access our Site. Every time you access our Site, your Internet browser automatically transmits certain data that is stored in so-called log files.
Such data include, but are not limited to, the Internet Protocol address, the address of the Web site linking to our Site, the date and time of access to our Site, the terminal operating system, and the Internet browser used to access our Site.
For example, we use these technologies to process data about the use of our Site by end-users or their users' devices. Examples of data collected from such processing are aggregated data on the number of visits to our Site, the average time interval required to load our Site, or whether access to our Site is through a personal computer or mobile device.
4. WHAT IS THE DATA PROCESSED?
4.1 Unless otherwise stated in this Policy or the Declaration, the data is processed for the following purposes:
(A) communication with each other;
(B) conducting a buying and selling process;
(C) delivery of goods;
(D) providing our services;
(E) handling complaints procedures;
(F) the recruitment process;
(G) a jobseeker's database;
(H) providing certain functionality of our Site;
(I) improving our Site, it's content and functionality;
(J) personalizing our Site and marketing communications;
(K) direct marketing;
(L) detecting and preventing fraud and unauthorized access to the system and ensuring its security;
(M) compliance with the obligations laid down by the applicable legislation.
5. WHAT ARE THE LEGAL BASIS OF DATA PROCESSING?
5.1 We value your trust and therefore we process all data legally, fairly and transparently. For data processing, we apply the legal bases under Article 6 (1) (a), (b), (c) and (f) of the Regulation.
5.2 Legal basis for data processing for the purposes of:
(A) mutual communication is a legitimate interest of the Company. Our legitimate interest is the interest in satisfying the inquiries of Visitors and Members and other persons for the required information and increasing interest in our activities and services;
(B) performance of the purchase and sale process is the performance of the contract and/or fulfillment of a legal obligation;
(C) the delivery of goods is the performance of the contract;
(D) the provision of our services is the performance of a contract and/or a legal obligation;
(E) handling complaint procedures is the performance of a contract and/or the fulfillment of a legal obligation;
(F) The recruitment process is to take precautionary measures at the request of a candidate for work in the Company.
(G) maintaining a database of candidates for work is the consent of the data subject.
(H) providing certain functionality of our Site is the consent of the data subject;
(I) improving the Site, its content and functionality is the consent of the data subject;
(J) the personalization of our Site and marketing communications is the consent of the data subject;
(K) direct marketing is a legitimate interest of the Company. Our legitimate interest is the interest in presenting our activities and our services and attracting those interested in these activities and services;
(L) Detecting and preventing fraud and unauthorized access to the system and ensuring its security is a legitimate interest of the Company. Our legitimate interest is the interest in providing proper and secure access and operation of our Site;
(M) the fulfillment of the obligations laid down by the applicable law is that applicable law.
6. IS THE PROVISION OF DATA OBLIGATORY?
6.1 The provision of data for specified purposes is voluntary unless otherwise stated. The provision of data for these purposes may be subject to a contract or applicable law. Failure to provide such data may make it impossible for these purposes.
7. WHAT IS THE TIME OF STORAGE OF PROCESSED DATA?
7.1 In general, we apply retention periods or criteria to determine this period according to section 7.2 of this Policy.
7.2 Personal data processed for the purposes of:
(A) keep each other for the time necessary to achieve this purpose;
(B) conducting the purchase and sale process for the time required to accomplish this purpose;
(C) the delivery of goods for the time necessary to fulfill this purpose;
(D) we retain the provision of our services for as long as is necessary;
(E) handling complaint procedures to fulfill this purpose;
(F) we retain the recruitment process for the time required to take the contracting arrangements upon request by a candidate to work with the Company;
(G) We retain the databases of job seekers until the consent of the data subject is withdrawn;
(H) we retain the provision of certain functionalities of our Site for the time necessary to achieve this purpose;
(I) we keep improvements to our Site, its content and functionality for the time necessary to achieve this purpose;
(J) we retain the personalization of our Site and marketing communications for the time necessary to achieve this purpose;
(K) we keep direct marketing until the data subject has objected to the data processing for such purposes;
(L) process detection and prevention of fraud and unauthorized access to and security of the system for the duration of our legitimate interests;
(M) We maintain the fulfillment of the obligations set forth in the applicable law for the period set by the applicable law.
7.3 We may store personal data for an extended period of time, especially if such data may be necessary to establish, assert or defend legal claims, or the retention period is provided for by applicable law.
8. WHAT DATA SHOULD WE SHARE?
8.1 The choice of subjects to process data on our behalf is a matter of concern. In selecting these entities, we take into account, inter alia, their technical and organizational readiness to ensure the protection of the rights of the persons concerned.
At the same time, we strictly ensure that intermediaries are properly contractually bound to process data solely in accordance with the contract and applicable law.
8.2 The processed data can be shared with the following categories of entities:
(I) entities that help us run and improve our business. Such entities are, for example, web service providers, hosting service providers, transport service providers, accounting, auditing or advisory service providers, operators operating marketing platforms and/or analytical tools or payment institutions;
(ii) public authorities;
(iii) entities that acquire an ownership interest in the Company;
(iv) other entities with the consent of the data subject.
9. WE TRANSFER DATA TO THIRD COUNTRIES?
9.1 We process data in countries that are members of the European Union or the European Economic Area, or countries which, in accordance with relevant European Commission decisions, guarantee an adequate level of data protection, including a special regime applicable to US-based entities certified by the EU-US Privacy Shield.
Where data is transferred to other third countries, such transmission shall be carried out only on the condition that the requirements laid down in the Regulation for such transmission (for example, the adoption of standard contractual clauses designated by the European Union) are met.
10. WHAT ARE THE RIGHTS OF THE PERSONS CONCERNED?
10.1 You have the following rights as a data subject. The full content of these rights and the conditions of their applicability are laid down in the Regulation and the Act.
10.1.1 Right of access to personal data. The data subject shall have the right to obtain confirmation that his or her personal data are being processed and the right of access to such data and some other information.
10.1.2 The right to rectify and complete incomplete personal data. The data subject shall have the right to rectify incorrect personal data concerning him and, with a view to processing, to complete incomplete personal data.
10.1.3 The right to delete personal data. The data subject shall have the right to delete his or her personal data for any of the relevant reasons provided for in the Regulation.
This right may not be exercised in the cases provided for in the Regulation. An example of such a case is the processing of personal data in order to fulfill a legal obligation laid down by a legal European Union or by the law of a Member State of the European Union to which the controller is subject.
10.1.4 Right to Restrict the Processing of Personal Data. The data subject shall have the right to restrict the processing of his personal data in any of the cases provided for in the Regulation.
10.1.5 Right to portability of personal data. The data subject shall have the right to obtain his personal data in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and to transfer such data to another operator, cumulatively meeting the relevant conditions laid down in the Regulation.
10.1.6 The right to object to the processing of personal data. The data subject shall have the right to object to the processing of his personal data if such personal data are processed under Article 6 (1) (e) or (f) of the Regulation, including profiling based on these legal bases.
The controller shall not be obliged to terminate such processing if it demonstrates the necessary legitimate reasons for processing outweighing the interests, rights, and freedoms of the data subject or the reasons for establishing, asserting or defending legal claims.
This shall not apply if such personal data are processed for the purposes of direct marketing, including related profiling, and the data subject objects to such processing. In such a case, the controller may not continue processing such personal data for this purpose.
10.1.7 The right to withdraw consent to the processing of personal data. The data subject has the right at any time to withdraw the consent to the processing of personal data with legal effects for the future.
10.1.8 Right to lodge a complaint. If the data subject considers that the processing of his / her personal data is contrary to the Regulation, he/she has the right to file a complaint with us at firstname.lastname@example.org or the competent supervisory authority.
11. DO WE USE AUTOMATED INDIVIDUAL DECISIONS?
11.1 We do not apply to our Site automated individual decision making, including profiling, having legal effects applicable to the data subject under Article 22 (1) and (4) of the Regulation.
12. FINAL PROVISIONS
12.1 This Policy is valid and effective as of the date specified in this Policy.
12.2 The Company may change the wording of this Policy at any time in its sole discretion.
Such a change shall take effect as of the date of its publication as amended on our Site. The reason for such a change may be, for example, an update of this Policy or a change in applicable law.