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PRIVACY POLICY

This privacy and cookies policy (the “Policy”) sets out the policy of SAUVAGE CULTURE (“SAUVAGE CULTURE”) concerning the protection of privacy on the www.sauvageculture.com website (the “Website”), or any other website operated by SAUVAGE CULTURE (together “the Websites”). SAUVAGE CULTURE respects your concerns regarding the confidentiality of the personal data processed upon visiting the Website. This Policy allows you to learn more information about the nature and our use of the personal data you provide on the Website, about the nature and use of browsing information processed upon visiting the Website, and about your rights. This policy is therefore important for you, since you wish to have a positive and assured experience with our services, and for us, who want to answer your questions accurately and completely and take your wishes into account. This Policy supplements the “General Terms and Conditions” of the Website and applies to all personal information and browsing data collected and processed when you visit our Website. By using our Website, you fully accept the terms of the Policy. SAUVAGE CULTURE reserves the right to modify or update this Policy at any time, and these changes will take effect immediately. Accordingly, we invite you to refer to this document frequently. The latest version of the Privacy Policy is always available on our Website. For any information, you may also contact us in the “Contact us” section.

1. GENERAL INFORMATION

Via the Website, SAUVAGE CULTURE may collect personal data, particularly that which is entered when creating an account on our Website, or when subscribing to our newsletter. Any personal information which you transmit to SAUVAGE CULTURE for the use of certain services is subject to the provisions of the Personal Data Protection Act (Law no. 78-17 of January 6, 1978 on Information Technology and Civil Liberties as amended by the Law of August 6, 2004 and, as of May 25 2018, to European Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 of April 27, 2016 and any national law supplementing it).

2. YOUR RIGHTS

You have a right to access, rectify, limit, remove, and transfer your personal information, as well as the possibility to oppose the processing of such data for legitimate reasons or at any time when opposing the use of your data for commercial purposes, as well as to provide us instructions on the fate of your data after your death, which you can exercise at any time:
• For the newsletter: by using the unsubscribe link in each electronic newsletter you receive.
• In all cases: by an e-mail to the SAUVAGE CULTURE Customer Service at contact@sauvageculture.com or by letter to: 

 

Service Clients SAUVAGE CULTURE
“Protection des données personnelles SAUVAGE CULTURE”
4 Rue Maître Albert, 75005, Paris, France

 

Such requests must always be sent via mail or e-mail signed by the author sending the request and be accompanied by a photocopy of an identity document bearing the signature of the person exercising his/her right.
You also have the right to lodge a complaint at a competent supervisory authority.

3. OUR COMPANY'S MANAGEMENT OF PERSONAL DATA

3.1 Means of collecting data
When you register on the Website, we collect personal data through the form available in the “Create an account” insert. We will ask you to enter your title, first name, last name, e-mail address, which are needed for processing. In addition, we may ask you to provide us with optional information, such as your product and service preferences.
Unless otherwise indicated, the fields indicated are mandatory, as they are essential in order to meet your requests. Mandatory fields will be indicated as such verbally at the time of their collection. If you do not fill out these mandatory fields, we will not be able to meet your requests.
When you decide to contact Customer Service through the Website tools provided by SAUVAGE CULTURE, such as automatic callback or instant messaging with one of our advisors, we will use the information you have already entered on the Website, in particular the information linked to a customer account creation (as defined above), in order provide you with personalized service and to effectively meet your requests.
Finally, when you request to view pages on the Website, SAUVAGE CULTURE’s servers will automatically recognize your computer’s IP address (the number that identifies each computer connected to the Internet. The IP address follows the form: XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX) or the UDID of your mobile phone (the number that identifies the telephone model connected to the Internet. The UDID is composed of forty characters).

3.2 Purposes of personal data collection
SAUVAGE CULTURE processes your personal data through its Website. This data is strictly required for the following purposes:
• Managing client/prospect relationships
• Managing your newsletter subscriptions and cancellations
• Managing your Fashion Show alert subscriptions and cancellations
• Compiling anonymous statistics on visits to our Website
• Enabling access to certain features on our Website
• Subject to your prior agreement, informing you of information about our company and its activity, products, and/or services, and commercial prospection messages
• Profiling
• Managing visitors’ opinions on products, services, or content
• Conducting surveys and polls, with your agreement.


The information we collect for these purposes, and which is essential for meeting your requests (mainly your first name, last name, mailing addresses, e-mail addresses, and telephone number) is indicated as mandatory or marked with an asterisk on data collection forms, and is processed either in order to allow SAUVAGE CULTURE to execute its agreement with you or because you agreed to its use for some of the purposes above, or to provide you with better service. We cannot meet your requests if you do not complete these mandatory fields.

3.3 Data storage
The maximum period that data is stored is the duration required for the purposes for which it was collected:
• Managing your newsletter subscriptions: we keep your data for as long as your subscription is effective. As soon as we receive your subscription cancellation request, we delete the data we kept in order to send your newsletters and alerts.
• Managing prospects: three (3) years as of the latest contact with the prospect


3.4 Data recipients
Your personal information is sent to SAUVAGE CULTURE.
Personal data collected through the Website can be sent to partner companies in order to allow for, in particular, data processing for the purposes mentioned above, and to manage marketing operations organized by SAUVAGE CULTURE. Your personal data is sent to the SAUVAGE CULTURE departments that concern your requests. Please note that the information you provide on the Website may be transferred to countries that are located outside the European Economic Area. SAUVAGE CULTURE may also transfer the information you provide on the Website to its subsidiaries, some of which are located outside of the European Economic Area. The same applies as far as Internet platform maintenance operations are concerned, which are carried out by a third-party company. These transfers are protected by data transfer contracts with the recipients based on the standard clauses adopted by the European Commission, in order to ensure that all transferred personal data benefits from an adequate level of protection, pursuant to the Personal Data Protection Act, and that appropriate technical and organizational security measures have been implemented to protect personal data against accidental or unlawful destruction, accidental loss, alteration, disclosure, unauthorized access, and all other forms unlawful processing. In any case, SAUVAGE CULTURE only discloses your personal data to a third party if:
• You have previously agreed to share this information, or
• SAUVAGE CULTURE has to share this information with third parties in order to provide you with the service you have requested, or
SAUVAGE CULTURE is ordered to disclose this information by a judicial authority or any other administrative authority.


3.5 Data Security and Confidentiality

SAUVAGE CULTURE has striven to implement all necessary safeguards in order to protect the confidentiality and security of the personal data processed, and to prevent it from being distorted, damaged, destroyed, or unauthorized third parties from having access to it. Technical and organizational security measures that satisfy industry standards, in particular regarding information systems, have been installed. Nevertheless, SAUVAGE CULTURE cannot not control all the risks associated with the functioning of the Internet and draws visitors’ attention to any risks inherent to the use and functioning of the Internet.

You must therefore enter a personal password when creating your account, as this procedure is part of our personal data protection Policy. This password must be composed of at least 8 characters of 3 different types: lowercase letters, uppercase letters, and numbers. We take the protection and security of our information systems very seriously. Tools have been implemented to enable us to detect any security vulnerabilities. These tools may require our security teams to have occasional access to personal data. This data will be collected and processed exclusively for the purposes of managing these vulnerabilities in compliance with the applicable legislation on personal data protection.

4. COOKIES

4.1 What are “cookies”?
A “cookie” is a text file that can be stored in a dedicated space on the hard disk of your Terminal (i.e computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.) through the browsing software you use to visit our Website, subject to your choices. A cookie allows its issuer to identify the Terminal on which the cookie is stored during the cookie’s validity or storage period. When you visit our Website, information related to your Terminal’s navigation of our Website may be stored in cookies installed on your Terminal. When You visit our Website for the first time, and when 
SAUVAGE CULTURE plans on placing cookies in your Terminal, we will inform you of our use of cookies through an information banner appearing at the top of the page. If you continue to browse the Website after this banner appears, you consent to our use of cookies. However, you may modify the settings related to cookies (c.f 4.4.1 Your choices concerning cookies). Below you will find more information on cookies and the way you can manage your cookie settings.


4.2 Cookies we issue on our Website When you connect to our Website, we may, depending on the choice you make, install different cookies on your terminal, which enable us to recognize your Terminal’s browser during the period in which the cookie concerned is valid.

The purpose of the cookies we issue is to:
• Compile statistics and volumes of traffic and use of the various components of our Website (the sections and content visited, click trails etc.), allowing us to improve the attractiveness and ergonomics of our services;
• Enable you to or make it easier for you to browse our Website, or to provide you with the online communication services you request while browsing;
• Adapt the presentation of our Website to your Terminal’s display preferences (language used, display resolution, operating system used, etc.) during your visits to our Website, according to the materials and viewing or reading software your Terminal supports;
• Remember the information on a form you completed on our Website (registration or access to your account) or on products, services, or information you selected on our Website (subscribed service, wish lists, etc.);
• Enable you to access the private and personal areas on our Website, such as your account, using the identifiers or data you may have entrusted to us previously;
• Implement security measures, for example when you are asked to reconnect to content or services after the page has timed out.

4.3 Cookies issued on our Website by third parties
The issuance and use of cookies by third parties are subject to their privacy protection policies. We inform you of the purpose of the cookies of which we are aware and the means you can use to make decisions regarding these cookies.

4.3.1 Cookies issued by third-party applications integrated on our Website
We may include third-party applications on our Website, which enable you to share content from our Website with other people or to inform them of your browsing or opinion of our Website’s content. This particularly concerns the “share” or “like” buttons on social networks (such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Weibo, “Wechat” etc.). The social network supplying this application button can identify you via this button, even if you did not use this button while browsing our Website. This type of application button enables the social network concerned to monitor your browsing on our Website, if your social network account was activated on your Terminal (open session) while browsing our Website.
We have no control over the process social networks use to gather information on your browsing our Website, and which is associated with the personal data they possess. Please consult the privacy protection policies of the social networks concerned to be aware of their purposes, in particular advertising, for which the browsing information they may gather via these application buttons is used. These protection policies must permit you to exercise your options with these social networks, particularly by configuring your user accounts with each of these networks.

4.3.2 Targeted advertising cookies issued on www.givenchy.com by third-parties
The www.sauvageculture.com website may contain cookies issued by third parties (communication agencies, audience measurement companies, targeted advertising service providers, etc.), which enable them, while the cookies are valid:
- to collect browsing information on the Terminals visiting our Website
- to determine the advertising content for product and/or service promotion exclusively proposed on www.givenchy.com that is likely to match with the areas of interest deduced from previous browsing on the terminal concerned

4.4 What is the point of displaying advertisements suited to your browsing?
Our goal is to present you with the most relevant advertisements possible. For this purpose, cookie technology allows us to determine, in real time, which advertisement to display on a Terminal, depending on recent browsing on one or more websites or applications. Your interest in advertising content displayed on your Terminal when you browse a website often determines its advertising resources, allowing it to use those services, often provided to users freely. Undoubtedly, you would prefer to see advertisements that correspond with what interests you rather than advertisements in which you are not interested at all.

4.4 Your choices concerning cookies
There are several options open to you in order to manage cookies. Any configuration you perform is likely to modify your Internet browsing and the conditions for accessing certain services that require the use of cookies.
You can decide at any moment to express and modify your wishes regarding cookies, through the means described below.

4.4.1 Options provided by your Internet browser
You can configure your browsing software to install cookies on your Terminal, or alternatively to reject them either systematically or according to their issuer. You can also configure your browsing software to accept or refuse occasional cookies, before they can be stored on your terminal. For more information, view the “How to make a decision depending on the browser you use” section.
(a) Accepting cookies
Storing cookies on a Terminal is essentially subject to the choices of the Terminal’s user, who can express and modify these wishes freely and at any time through the options provided by his/her Internet browser. If you have agreed in your browsing software to cookies being stored on your Terminal, the cookies integrated into the pages and content you consult can be temporarily stored in a dedicated area on your Terminal, where they will only be readable by the issuer.
(b) Refusing cookies
If you refuse to allow cookies to be stored on your Terminal, or if you delete cookies that have been stored, you will cease to benefit from a certain number features which are necessary for browsing certain areas of our Website. For instance, this would be the case if you tried to access our content or services which require you to identify yourself, or if we, or our service providers, could not recognize, for technical compatibility reasons, the type of browser used by your terminal, its language and display settings, or the country from which your terminal appears to be connected.
We therefore dismiss all liability for the consequences related to the reduced functioning of our services resulting from 
SAUVAGE CULTURE’S incapability to store or consult the cookies required for them to function and which you may have refused or deleted.

(c) How to make a decision depending on the browser you use
Each browser is configured differently to manage cookies and your choices. Your browser’s help menu describes this configuration and will indicate to you how to modify your choices in terms of cookie use.
For Internet Explorer™: http://windows.microsoft.com/fr-FR/windows-vista/Block-or-allow-cookies

For Safari™: http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?path=Safari/3.0/fr/9277.html

For Chrome™: http://support.google.com/chrome/bin/answer.py?hl=fr&hlrm=en&answer=95647

For FirefoxTM: http://support.mozilla.org/fr/kb/Activer%20et%20d%C3%A9sactiver%20les%20cookies

For Opera™: http://help.opera.com/Windows/10.20/fr/cookies.html, etc.

4.4.2 Flash© cookies from Adobe Flash Player
Adobe Flash Player™ is a computer application that allows for the quick development of dynamic content, using the Flash computer language. Flash (and similar applications) memorizes the settings, preferences, and use of this content through a technology similar to cookies. However, Adobe Flash Player™ manages this information and your choices via a different interface than that which is provided by your browsing software. So long as your terminal can view content developed with Flash language, you should access your Flash cookie management tools directly at http://www.adobe.com.

4.5. If you share your terminal with other people
If your Terminal is used by several people or if it has several browsers, we cannot be certain that the services and advertisements intended for your Terminal will correspond to your own use of this Terminal and not to another user.
Thus, sharing your terminal with other people and the configuration of your browser’s cookie settings is something you do freely and is your responsibility entirely. For more information on cookies and their use, the Visitor can consult the French National Commission for Information Technology and Civil Liberties’ file at the following website: http://www.cnil.fr.

 

5. SOCIAL MEDIA "SHARE" FEATURE

 

You can share some information or content (product descriptions, etc.) found on sauvageculture.com on social media.. By clicking on the “like” button, “share on Facebook” button, or any other share button of any other social network (the Twitter “bird,” the Pinterest “P”), the content is exported from SAUVAGE CULTURE’s servers and uploaded on to the concerned social network’s website. This use is then governed by the terms and conditions of said social network, which we invite you to consult carefully. Content exported from our Website to social networks are done under your complete responsibility. In no event shall SAUVAGE CULTURE be held liable for any use or action once the content is exported from its Website. 
 

6. "SEND TO A FRIEND" FEATURE AND COLLECTION OF DATA CONCERNING THIRD PARTIES

 

• You can use our Website to send information you think is interesting about our products or services, or even the products or services themselves, to your friends.
• To send a product description: we ask you to enter your friend’s email address so the information can be transmitted. We only collect this data in order to send the e-mail. We do not store or record the sender’s and/or the recipient’s data.
• In any case, you must always ensure that said person has been informed of your disclosure of their personal data.

 

7.USE OF DATA

 

SAUVAGE CULTURE will neither transfer nor sell personal data to non-affiliated third parties and non-partners, unless you were previously informed by SAUVAGE CULTURE through releases, agreements, or information available on the Website, or you expressly gave your consent, or the law requires it. If SAUVAGE CULTURE is required by law or by a judge to communicate your personal data, SAUVAGE CULTURE undertakes, as far as possible, to inform you (unless SAUVAGE CULTURE reasonably considers itself not to authorized to do so, in particular in view of legal or judicial obligations which might be incumbent upon it).

Taking into consideration the state of technology today, in particular that which generally applies to telecommunication networks, SAUVAGE CULTURE cannot guarantee, in particular, the confidentiality, integrity, or authentication of the e-mails you send to, or receive from, SAUVAGE CULTURE.


Version of June 9, 2018




 

SAUVAGE CULTURE PRIVACY POLICY USA APPLICABLE IN US ONLY

 

This Privacy Policy (the “Policy”) is intended to explain to “You” SAUVAGE CULTURE’s (“SAUVAGE CULTURE,” “our,” “us,” or “we”) practices concerning the protection and collection of personal data collected by the www.sauvageculture.com website, any other websites operated by SAUVAGE CULTURE (together “the Website”). SAUVAGE CULTURE respects your concerns regarding the confidentiality of the personal data you provide us with when you visit the Website or our retail stores. This Policy allows you to learn more information about the nature and how we use the personal data you provide on the Website and at any of our retail stores, the nature and use of navigation information processed when you visit the Website, and about your rights. This Policy is therefore important to you, since you wish to have a positive and trustful experience of our services and for us to accurately and fully answer your questions about your visit to our Website and our retail stores. This Policy completes the Terms and Conditions of the Website and governs the use we make of your personal data and personal data collected and processed when you visit the Website. By using the Website and providing us with personal data at our retail store, you fully accept the terms of the Policy. SAUVAGE CULTURE reserves the right to modify or update the Policy from time to time and the changes will be applicable immediately. The date of the last version of the Policy is displayed at the bottom of this Policy.

1. GENERAL INFORMATION

“Personal data” refers to information that is connected to your name, and may include things such as your email address, mailing address, phone number, clothes size, style preference, favorite brands, marital status, food preference, beverage preference, and color preference. Via the Website SAUVAGE CULTURE may collect personal data, including when creating an account on the Website, or when subscribing to our newsletter.

2. YOUR RIGHTS

Depending on the type of personal data, you may have a right to access, rectify, limit, delete, and to enjoy the portability of your personal data as well as the possibility of opposing the processing of such data for legitimate reasons or at any time when opposing the use of your personal data for marketing purposes, as well as to provide us instructions about the processing of personal data after your death, which you can exercise at any time. • For the newsletter and Fashion Show alert: either inside of your personal account area or by using the unsubscribe link on each electronic newsletter you receive. • In all other cases: you may contact us by phone, email, or mail at the address listed in the “Contact Us” Section below.

 

3. OUR COMPANY'S MANAGEMENT OF PERSONAL DATA

3.1 Collection Means of Personal Data
When you shop at our retail store, we may collect certain personal data, including your name, address, title, email address, phone number, clothes size, style preference, favorite brands, marital status, food preference, beverage preference, and color preference. We could also ask you to provide us with optional information such as product and service preferences. With your consent and while at our retail store, SAUVAGE CULTURE’s staff may collect certain personal data from you in the course of our contact or encounter, which may include your size information, lifestyle information, and basic information on your family status or circle. When you register for an account on the Website, we collect personal data through the form available from the “Create your account” insert. We may ask you to enter your title, first name, surname, email address and IP address or UDID of your mobile phone as the case may be. In addition, we could ask you to provide us with optional information such as product and services preferences. Unless otherwise indicated, required fields are mandatory as they are necessary to process your request. Mandatory fields will be indicated as such when collected orally. If you do not fill out the mandatory fields, we may not be able to meet your expectations. When you decide to contact SAUVAGE CULTURE customer service through Website’s tools provided by SAUVAGE CULTURE such as automatic callback or instant messaging system with one of our advisor, we’ll use personal data already collected on the Website including in particular those linked to the account creation (as listed above). This is to provide you with customized service and to effectively meet your requests.

3.2 Purposes of personal data collection
SAUVAGE CULTURE processes your personal data through our Website or other corporate systems. We may use your personal data for the following purposes:
• To better serve you,
• Management of client/prospect relationship,
• The management of your newsletter subscriptions (registrations and cancellation of subscriptions),
• The compilation of anonymous statistics on visits to our Website or at our retail stores,
• To enable access to certain functionalities on our Website,
• Subject to your prior agreement, to inform you of information about our company and its activity it’s products and/or services and sales prospection messages,
• To conduct certain customer profiling or analysis,
• For the Management of customer satisfaction regarding products, services or contents,
• To protect against fraud and identity theft and to comply with and enforce applicable legal requirements, relevant industry standards, and our policies, including our Terms and Conditions,
• To build your customer profile, and
• To conduct surveys and polls (with your approval).
Some of the personal data we collect is essential for processing your requests (mainly your surnames, first names, postal addresses, email addresses and telephone number). These essential fields are indicated as such or marked with an asterisk on the collection forms and are processed to allow SAUVAGE CULTURE to perform their agreement with you. In addition, it may be used to provide you with better services or for any additional services requested by you. We cannot satisfy your requests if you do not complete certain compulsory fields.

 We may also collect device information (such as product model, operating system), log information (such as device event information, system activity, hardware settings). In certain circumstances, general, non-personally identifiable information that we log from Website visits such as Internet service provider, operating system/browser type, and pages accessed, may also be collected.

3.3 Storage of Data
We will keep your personal data for as long as we have a business need and purpose to retain your personal data, including storage for archival purposes. When we believe we no longer need such personal data, we will destroy or otherwise dispose of your personal data in a manner intended to preserve your privacy and security and as required by applicable law. In addition, below is a list of storage durations for certain types of personal data:
• Management of your newsletter: we keep your data for as long as your subscription is effective. As soon as we receive your subscription cancellation request, we delete the data we kept for the sending of newsletter.

3.4 Data recipients
Your personal data may be transmitted and shared to various SAUVAGE CULTURE departments, affiliates, and subsidiaries that we own or control, or that are under common control or ownership.
We may share your personal data with service providers that perform services for us. These services are used for the operation of our retail stores and in the operation of the Website, such as providing marketing assistance, analyzing user content, and processing payment card information.
Personal data collected through the Website and at our retail stores can be transmitted to partner companies or other third parties for various marketing and advertising operations organized by SAUVAGE CULTURE.
We may also share personal data with law enforcement agencies if we reasonably believe unlawful activities have occurred or the personal data may aid in an ongoing investigation. We may also share personal data with law enforcement if we determine, in our sole judgment, that you have violated our agreements or policies or that the release of your personal data may protect the rights, property, interests, or safety of SAUVAGE CULTURE or any third party.
We may share personal data as required by, or permitted by law, whether in response to subpoenas, court orders, other legal processes, or as we believe is necessary to exercise our legal rights, including defending against legal claims that have been or might be brought against us.
Your personal data may be transferred to a third party as a part of our business assets in a sale, merger, reorganization, or other transaction involving part or all of SAUVAGE CULTURE. If this should happen, we will provide notice to you.
Please note that some of these third parties may be located out of the European Economic Area. These transfers are protected by data transfer contracts with the recipients based on the standard clauses adopted by the European Commission in order to ensure that all personal data benefit from an adequate level of protection as provided under the Data Protection Regulation, and that appropriate technical and organizational security measures have been implemented to protect personal data against accidental or unlawful destruction, accidental loss, alteration, disclosure or unauthorized access and against all other forms illicit processing.
SAUVAGE CULTURE will not sell personal data to non-affiliated third parties and non-partners unless you were informed by SAUVAGE CULTURE through a release, agreement, or information available on the Website or our retail stores.

3.5 Data Security and Confidentiality
SAUVAGE CULTURE has reasonable safeguards to protect the confidentiality and security of your personal data to prevent it from being deformed, damaged, destroyed, or accessed by unauthorized third parties. Reasonable technical security and organizational measures, notably regarding information systems, have been implemented.
However, SAUVAGE CULTURE cannot control all risks associated with the operation of the Internet, and draws your attention to the likelihood of risks incurred in its use and operation. As a result, we cannot ensure the security of any information you transmit, and you transmit all information at your own risk.

4.COOKIES

The Websites uses "cookies" to help you personalize your online experience. A cookie is a text file that is placed on your hard disk by a Website server. Cookies are uniquely assigned to you, and can only be read by a web server in the domain that issued the cookie to you.
One of the primary purposes of cookies is to provide a convenience feature to save you time. The purpose of a cookie is to tell the web server that you have returned to a specific page. For example, if you register with the Website, a cookie will help SAUVAGE CULTURE recall your specific information on subsequent visits. This simplifies the process of recording your personal data, such as billing addresses, shipping addresses, and so on. When you return to the same Website, the information you previously provided can be retrieved, so you can easily use the SAUVAGE CULTURE features that you customized.
We may use the following types of cookies:
· Strictly necessary cookies. These are cookies that are required for the operation of our Website. This includes, for example, cookies that enable you to log into secure areas of our Website.
· Analytical/performance cookies. They allow us to recognise and count the number of visitors and to see how visitors move around our Website when they are using it. This helps us to improve the way our Website works, for example, by ensuring that users are finding what they are looking for easily.
· Functionality cookies. Functional cookies are used to recognise you when you return to our Website. This enables us to personalise our content for you, greet you by name, and remember your preferences.
· Targeting cookies. These cookies record your visit to our Website, the pages you have visited, and the links you have followed. We will use this information to make our Website and the advertising displayed on it more relevant to your interests. We may also share this information with third parties for this purpose. For more information on tracking cookies, please visit the Internet Advertising Bureau’s guide at http://www.youronlinechoices.eu.
You have the ability to accept or decline cookies. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can usually modify your browser setting to decline cookies if you prefer. If you choose to decline cookies, you may not be able to fully experience the interactive features of GIVENCHY services or Websites you visit.

 

5. SOCIAL MEDIA SHARE BUTTON

You can share some information or content found in the Website on social media (like product sheet). By clicking on the “like” button “share” on Facebook or any other share button of any other social media (twitter bird, P of Pinterest), the content is exported from SAUVAGE CULTURE’S servers and uploaded on the concerned social media’s website.
This use is then governed by terms and conditions of said social media that we invite you to consult carefully. Export of content from our Website to social media is done under your full responsibility. In no event, shall SAUVAGE CULTURE be held liable for any use or action once it is exported.

 

6. "SEND TO A FRIEND" FUNCTIONALITY AND COLLECTION OF DATA CONCERNING THIRD PARTIES

• You can use our Website to send information you think is interesting about our products or services to your friends.
• To send a product sheet: we ask you to enter your friend’s email address so the information can be transmitted. We only collect this personal data in order to send the email.

 

7. THIRD PARTY WEBSITES 

This Policy does not apply to web sites or applications offered by other organizations or individuals that may be displayed as content in a search on the Website. SAUVAGE CULTURE encourages you to read the policy of any third party website or applications before transmitting personal data.

 

8. NOTICE TO CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS
 

Under California Civil Code sections 1798.83-1798.84, California residents who have an established business relationship with SAUVAGE CULTURE are entitled to ask us for a notice describing what categories of personal data we share with third parties for their direct marketing purposes. This notice will identify the categories of information shared with third parties and will include a list of the third parties with which it is shared, along with their names and addresses. If you are a California resident and would like a copy of this notice, please submit a written request to us at the addresses listed below.

 

 

9. CONTACT US 

If you have any additional questions or concerns about our Policy or any other privacy or security issue, please contact us by mail, or email at:
Protection of personal data-SAUVAGE CULTURE
4 Rue Maître Albert, 75005, Paris, France

contact@sauvageculture.com
If SAUVAGE CULTURE needs, or is required, to contact you concerning any event that involves information about you we may do so by email, telephone, or mail.
Effective as of June 9, 2018