Privacy Notice on art. 13, Leg. Dec. 196/2003
Marini Fashion srl, based in Giulianova (Te), Z.I. Colleranesco, in the capacity of the Controller of data processing (hereinafter defined the Controller,) notifies that any personal data provided by Data subjects through the different collection channels, directly or indirectly managed by the Controller, or acquired through third parties, in accordance with the relevant legal conditions, shall be processed lawfully and correctly, in compliance with the principles stated in  the Legislative Decree 196/2003.

Purposes and methods of data processing
Data is collected and processed by the Controller at the Company’s legal headquarters, in compliance with the security measures and regulations of the Legislative Decree 196/2003, or by other representatives (who have been specifically selected for such purpose and possess the required professional competence), through manual and digital data handling procedures, in order to carry out specific requests by the Client and ensure the correct customer service during business transactions, product sales and post sales customer service.
In order to guarantee the Client’s satisfaction and cater for the Client’s preferences and expectations, data processing is also aimed at managing production and stock accordingly, through statistic processing of the data collected. Upon explicit consent of the Data subject, data are also processed in order to understand the Client’s wishes, preferences and habits, his/her level of satisfaction, to send out commercial information or promotional material, direct marketing campaigns, invitations to games, prize winning competitions and other offers; for customer service, market research and other direct or indirect marketing initiatives.

Provision of data
Processing personal data, such as addresses, telephone numbers and emails is necessary in order to cater for the Client’s needs. The Client must therefore provide such data, as without the Client’s consent or in case of withdrawal of his/her consent, any request shall not be able to be processed. Please note that should the data provided be incorrect or insufficient, it will be impossible, for the Company, completely or partially, to follow up the requests of the client. Furthermore, the results of the data processing could fail to correspond to the agreements reached or to the obligations imposed by the relevant laws and regulations. Further data is collected, in order to better target promotional campaigns, offers, production and stock, other than aligning the general company activities to the preferences and interests of the client base. Providing such data is therefore not compulsory. Not providing/withdrawing the above mentioned data is not detrimental to the establishment and/or continuation of the main interaction.

Navigation Data
During normal operations, the IT system and the software used for the web portal acquire some personal data, which are implicitly transferred during the use of Internet communication products. These information are not stored in order to identify the Data subjects, however, because of their specific nature, they could indeed allow to identify users, through the processing and association with other data managed by third parties. Such category of data concerns IP addresses and domain names of the computer used by the Client to connect to the site, URL (Uniform Resource Locator) addresses of the resource requested, the time of the query, the method used to send the query to the server, the dimension of the file received, the numerical code used to indicate the status of the answer provided to the server (executed, or error, etc.) and other parameters relating to the user’s operational system and computer. These data are only utilized to carry out anonymous statistics on the usage of the website, with the purpose of assessing its correct operation. They are normally deleted immediately after being processed, and can be used to ascertain responsibilities, in case of damages to the site, or any illicit behaviour carried out through the Internet.

Data provided by the user
Filling in the pages 'newsletter' and 'contact us' entails the acquisition of data in the system memory. Information is protected by an authentication system and is disclosed only to those who have credentials. Any request of information via e-mail entails the storing of the email address of the user, which is necessary to reply to the sender’s query. Memorised data are included in the message. Marini Fashion Srl suggests to Clients not to provide any personal information and/or data to third parties, unless absolutely necessary, when making queries.

As in many websites, information concerning navigation on the site is stored for statistic purposes. Collecting information is possible through the use of cookies. A cookie is a small file that is transferred into the computer’s hard disk, when it connects to a site. These data are not personal, as they do not allow identification of a specific customer. The data retrieved by cookies only concern the geographic location of the service supplier, the type of browser used, the IP address, the pages visited, etc. Such information allows monitoring the frequency of visits to a site and the relevant activities carried out during navigation. In time, it is therefore possible for the company to improve its site contents and usability. Companies who provide content for the site, or whose sites appear as links are also able to use cookies, when the user selects the relevant link. In this case, the use of cookies is no longer directly controlled by Marini Fashion Srl . Most browsers automatically accept cookies; however, it is possible to reject them or to select only a few, according to the preferences set by the Client. The user should also be aware that, should he/she proceed to blocking the cookies download, it is possible for components of the website to stop working properly, and some pages could appear incomplete. The following websites provide information on the most common browsers and on how to set up cookies correctly.

Third party websites This website contains links to other third party websites, whose purpose is to provide further information and services to the user. When the user connects to the above mentioned links, he/she leaves Marini Fashion Srl website in order to access other resources, and must be aware that he/she is no longer controlled by Marini Fashion Srl , even though the linked website might contain the Marini Fashion Srl logo. The company is therefore no longer responsible for the navigation, security, and personal data processing procedures managed by other sites. A careful exam of the privacy and security procedures of the visited website is highly recommended, as the site might be transferring further cookies, read those already present on the user hard-disk and request/acquire further personal information.

Communication and Dissemination of Data The processed data are exclusively of a common nature and are not meant to be disseminated. The Controller does not request and has no interestin retrieving and processing data that qualify as sensitive and/or judicial records. Data shall be disclosedto third parties in compliance with the relevant legal obligations or regulations (Institutions, Police Forces, Judicial Authorities, etc.), namely for activities directly or indirectly connected with the relationship established. These may include, among others:
1.Entities who need to access the user data for purposes concerning the relation with the Controller (Banks, Financial Institutions, Carriers, etc.);
2.Consultants and Collaborators, within the limits that are required to carry out the task assigned by the  Controller;
3.Holding companies and/or connected companies that have access to data, within the limits that are strictly necessary to carry out auxiliary tasks;
Data might also be disclosed to entities working in the framework of the European Union, or in other countries, which can guarantee the same data protection level provided by the Leg. Dec. 196/2003, or generally speaking by the directive CE/95/46. Data might be transmitted to entities operating in non EU countries, upon explicit consent of the Data Subject. As the Marini Fashion Srl operates on an International level, data processing carried out in different countries will be adapted to the most restrictive regulations, with the aim of ensuring the highest possible level of data protection for the Data subject. Data may be disclosed to third parties, even upon payment, upon explicit consent of the data subject, for purposes that are directly or indirectly connected to the Controller’s activities. Data processing will be performed even beyond the expiration of the main relation, in compliance with the legislation regulating the conservation of acts and documents, and where explicitly authorised, in order to allow future relations and to guarantee the recording of data, also in the Client’s interest.

Rights of the Data Subject The rights of the Data Subject are stated in article 7 and the following articles of the Leg. Dec. 196/2003, particularly the right to access one’s own personal data and to require their rectification, update, or cancellation, should they prove to be incomplete, incorrect, and/or collected unlawfully. A Data Subject has also the right to oppose the processing of his/her data for legitimate reasons, by putting forward a request to the Data Controller, or whoever is responsible for their treatment. Please refer to Art. 7, attached at the end of the present document.

Leg. Dec 196/2003 - Art. 7
Right of access to personal data and other rights
1. A Data subject has the right to obtain confirmation of the existence or non-existence of any personal data of his/her concern, even those that have not yet been recorded, as well as communication of such data in an intelligible form.
2. A data subject has the right to be informed
a) on the source of personal data;
b) on the purposes and methods of data processing;
c) on the logic applied to data processing, when this is carried out digitally;
d) on the identification details of the Controller, of other Managers and of the designated representative, in compliance with article 5, item 2;
e) on the entities or categories of entities to whom the personal data may be communicated or  who may be acquainted with the above mentioned data, in their capacity of designated representative for in the State’s territory, data processor or person in charge of the processing.
3. A data subject has the right to obtain
a) updating, rectification or, where of interest, integration of the data provided;
b) cancellation, anonymisation or blocking of any data processed unlawfully, including data whose retention is unnecessary for the purposes for which they have been collected or subsequently processed;
c) certification that the operations as per letters a) and b) have been notified, even as far as their contents are concerned, to the entities to whom or which the data were communicated or disseminated, except when this requirement proves to be impossible or involves an effort that is manifestly disproportionate, if compared with the right that is to be protected.
4. A data subject has the right to object, fully or partially:
a) on legitimate grounds, to the processing of personal data concerning him/her, even though they are relevant to the purpose of the collection;
b) to the processing of personal data of his/her concern, for purposes involving promotional mailings, direct sales, market researches or commercial communications.