The Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana, based in Milan, Piazza Duomo, 31 (hereinafter the “CNMI”), pays the utmost attention to the security and confidentiality of its clients’ personal data when carrying out its activities.
CNMI is the ‘data controller’ of the personal data collected on this website.
WHICH PERSONAL DATA MAY BE COLLECTED
The following categories of personal data relating to you may be collected:
Contact details – information concerning name, surname and email address.
HOW WE COLLECT YOUR PERSONAL DATA
CNMI collects and processes your personal data if you sign up for its newsletter and alert service on the website
FOR WHAT PURPOSES CAN YOUR PERSONAL DATA BE USED
The processing of personal data must be justified by one of the legal bases established by existing personal data protection regulations, as described below.
Sending of periodic newsletters CNMI may process your personal contact details for communication purposes, in order to send you, subject to your request, a periodic newsletter designed to keep you updated on the services and initiatives promoted by CNMI. Legal basis for the processing: performance of contractual obligations. The provision of data is obligatory to enable us to respond to your requests; in the absence of the data, CNMI will be unable to proceed
Compliance with legally-binding requests by the legal authorities to discharge obligations of law, regulations or provisions, or to defend a right in court CNMI collects your personal contact details to comply with a legal obligation and/or to defend its rights in a court of law. Legal basis for the processing: legal obligations with which CNMI must comply.
SECURITY OF YOUR PERSONAL DATA
CNMI uses a wide range of security measures to improve protection and maintain the security, integrity and accessibility of your personal data.
All your personal data are stored on our secure servers (or on secure paper copies) or on those of CNMI’s suppliers or commercial partners, and may be accessed and used based on defined standards and security policies
HOW LONG DO WE STORE YOUR PERSONAL DATA FOR
CNMI will keep your personal data only for the length of time necessary to achieve the purposes for which they were collected or for any other related and lawful purpose. Therefore, if your personal data are processed for two different purposes, CNMI will keep the data until the lengthier purpose is achieved. However, we will cease to process the personal data collected for the purpose whose retention period has expired CNMI limits access to your personal data to only those who need to use them for the appropriate purposes.
When your personal data are no longer required, or when there is no longer any legal precondition for keeping them, they will be irreversibly anonymised (and in such a way may be stored) or securely destroyed.
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WHO CAN WE SHARE YOUR PERSONAL DATA WITH
Your personal data may be accessed by duly-authorised employees and by external suppliers, appointed, if necessary, as data processors, who support us in providing services.
Should you wish to see a list of the data processors or other entities to which CNMI communicates data, please contact us using the details indicated below.
The contact details of CNMI, as data controller, are:
YOUR PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION RIGHTS AND YOUR RIGHT TO FILE COMPLAINTS BEFORE THE SUPERVISORY AUTHORITIES
Where the legal preconditions exist, you are entitled to ask CNMI:
to access to your personal data and to rectify them;
to erase your personal data;
to restrict the processing;
to provide a copy of the data you have provided to CNMI in a structured and commonly-used form that can be read by any automatic device (portability) and to transmit these data to another data controller;
Furthermore, you may object, in whole or in part, to the use of your data processed by the Company, providing the conditions exist according to personal data protection regulations.
Should you believe that your personal data are processed in breach of the GDPR, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the Italian Data Protection Authority, using the contact details available on the www.garanteprivacy.it, or to start the appropriate legal proceedings.