Personal data protection policy
SISLEY pays particular attention to protecting the personal data that you provide or that it collects.
SISLEY undertakes every effort to ensure the highest degree of protection of your personal data in accordance with laws and regulations applicable to the protection of the personal data of the customer or Member. SISLEY is entitled to modify this Personal Data Protection Policy at any time without notice provided such modification is in compliance with all such applicable laws and regulations.
This document gives you a better understanding of how SISLEY protects your personal data.
We invite you to read this document before submitting your personal data.
THE CONTROLLER’S IDENTITY
The controller is the company SISLEY South Africa Property Ltd., a private company, whose registered office is located at Co-Work at Midstream Midlands Office Park, Mount Quray Road Midstream Estate, Centurion, Gauteng 1683, registered in the South Africa Trade and Companies Register under number 2011/005803/07 (hereinafter “SISLEY”).
WHAT PERSONAL DATA IS COLLECTED AND WHEN?
All information enabling you to be directly or indirectly identified is "personal data".
More specifically, SISLEY may collect, save, process, transfer, and use personal data relating to:
SISLEY may collect your personal data especially when:
How is the content you share on social networks handled using the hashtags we offer?
You can choose to use the hashtags we offer to tag your content on social networks such as Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest or Twitter. By using these hashtags, you acknowledge and consent that your content may appear on our Website and be used to link to our products or services. We remind you that the information you make public on social networks can be viewed, used and saved by other people around the world, and in particular in countries that do not have legislation guaranteeing adequate protection of your personal information, as defined in your country of residence. We also draw your attention to the fact that when you submit content using one of our hashtags, your use of social networks is exclusively governed by the terms and conditions of those social networks. We invite you to read them and refer to them regularly.
If you no longer want any of your content to appear on our Website, please remove them from the social network or stop using one of our hashtags or exercise your right to erasure in accordance to article 9 in cases where SISLEY is able to remove it. When collecting personal data, the mandatory or optional nature of the data is indicated by an asterisk or other means.
WHAT ARE THE PURPOSES?
In general, your personal data helps SISLEY customise and continually improve your shopping experience on the Website. It is particularly intended for:
HOW LONG IS THE DATA KEPT?
In general, SISLEY keeps your personal data for a period of time that enables it to comply with all legal obligations in accordance with applicable laws and regulations or for a period that does not exceed the duration of its commercial management or however long the purposes defined by SISLEY require.
SISLEY is an international group headquartered in France and, for operational and technical reasons, we draw your attention to the fact that your data is stored for a period of three years from the last contact/purchase unless you object or request it be deleted.
At the end of this three-year period, we may contact you again to find out if you wish to continue receiving commercial offers. If you do not give an explicit, affirmative answer, your data will either be deleted, rendered anonymous, or archived in accordance with the applicable laws or regulations.
WHO ARE THE RECIPIENTS OF THE DATA?
Your data may be sent to c.f.e.b. SISLEY (France) and service providers that are selected for their expertise and on behalf of SISLEY to achieve the purposes it defines such as payment, delivery, marketing or IT service providers.
It may sometimes be passed on to SISLEY's partners for purposes for example in the context of its use of social networks.
Under no circumstances does SISLEY disclose or make available your personal data in a manner that enable a picture of you to be associated with your personal data nor will SISLEY sell your personal data to anyone.
If requested by the authorities, SISLEY may be required to transmit your personal data in accordance with applicable regulations.
WHAT IS THE LEVEL OF CONFIDENTIALITY AND DATA SECURITY?
In accordance with best practices on the date hereof, SISLEY implements all the appropriate technical and organisational measures with regard to the nature of the data and the risks that its processing entails in order to preserve the highest security and the strictest confidentiality of your personal data and, in particular, to prevent it from being distorted, damaged, or accessed by unauthorised third parties.
These measures may include but are not limited to: limited access to data, contractual terms when using service providers, security measures such as secure access, antivirus software, authentication process, firewalls.
Despite all of the confidentiality and security measures implemented by SISLEY, we draw your attention to the fact that communications via the internet are never totally secure. SISLEY therefore assumes no liability in case of a communication failure or any other case of unforeseen circumstances.
WHAT PROTECTION IS THERE WHEN TRANSFERRING DATA OUTSIDE SOUTH AFRICA?
Your data may be transmitted to countries outside South Africa for the purposes defined by SISLEY. Before your data is transmitted to these countries, SISLEY will take all possible steps to obtain the necessary guarantees to procure that your personal data is protected.
WHAT ARE YOUR RIGHTS?
In accordance with applicable laws and regulations on personal data protection, you have a right to access, to rectify, to erase, to data portability, to restrict or to object to the processing or further processing of your personal data, and inform us of your instructions regarding the fate of your data after your death, by sending:
Where the processing of your personal data is based on your consent, you also have the right to withdraw this consent at any time without prejudicing the lawfulness of the processing before you withdraw your consent.
You also have the right to make a complaint with the competent supervisory authority.