In accordance with Italian Legislative Decree n. 196/2003 (Italian Personal Data Protection Code), as subsequently amended, the The Dressupper’s website, applications and services respect and protect the privacy of our visitors and users. Information disclosed or published by the users of our websites, applications and through services and tools available to them will be provided by the user willingly and voluntarily, releasing the administrator of the site and data processor and controller from any responsibility for any violations of the abovementioned legislation, especially with reference to third-party data. The user is solely responsible for verifying his permission to enter personal data of third-party data or contents protected by copyright. During the normal operation of the The Dressupper’s website, applications and services, the users, in order to benefit from features provided, may voluntarily provide certain personal data and information, such as, but not limited to, name, postal address, e-mail address or other details concerning their identity.
Additional data for which transmission is implicit in the communication protocols of the Internet are automatically registered for the correct functioning of the website, for statistical evaluations which remains absolutely anonymous, or for website security purposes. Only in this case, automatically recorded data may include personal information such as IP address, which could be used, in accordance with applicable laws, in order to block attempts to damage the site, or other malicious activity, and activities consisting in a criminal offense.
Purpose and consent
We will notify you before making any changes to this Policy and we will allow you to read the amended Policy before continuing to use our services.
The data controller is the sole proprietor Corinna Trebbi, with registered office in Via Monte San Martino n. 5 in Gallarate (VA), C.F. TRBCNN83D56H501F, VAT number IT03436760122, registration number VA-351460.
The data controller is responsible for processing your personal data and may transfer them to any place where The Dressupper has an office.
The Dressupper guarantees users that their personal data processing will be limited to uses which are strictly connected to the provision of its services, facilitation of site management and execution of orders.
Privacy on mobile devices
Acquisition of personal data
You can browse www.thedressupper.com or related websites, applications and services without revealing your identity or communicating your personal information. If you register an account by providing your personal information, you will no longer be an anonymous user. If you choose to provide your personal information, you accept the transfer and storage of your personal information in our servers anywhere in the world. We collect the following types of personal information to allow you to use and access our sites, apps, tools and services, to customize and improve your experience and for advertising purposes.
Automatically acquired data
When access our sites, use our applications, our tools and our services, or when you interact with our advertisements or our contents, we automatically acquire information sent from your computer, from your mobile device or any other access device. This information is associated to you only if you sign in as a registered user, and includes:
• ID or unique identifier of the device, type of device, and information on your computer and connection, statistics on page views, traffic in and out from the sites, URL, advertisement data, IP address and standard log information; and
• anonymous information acquired through cookies and web beacons.
Data provided by the user
We acquire and save the information you enter on our websites or send when you use our sites, apps, services or tools. Such content may include:
• information provided during the registration of an account, including your e-mail address, phone number, mobile phone number, contact information, and (depending on the service used) financial information, such as those relating to credit cards or bank accounts;
• other information provided through social media or services;
• transactional information based on your activities on the sites (for example, offers, purchases, sales, contents or objects generated or related to your account);
• shipping, billing and other information you provide to purchase or ship a product;
• information provided as part of generated discussions, chat sessions, dispute resolution, correspondence through our sites or sent to The Dressupper; and
• additional personal information required to confirm your identity or in case of an alleged violation of the rules of the sit, (for example, we may ask you to send a photocopy of a document or bill to verify your address, or to answer to online requests to verify your identity).
Data acquired from mobile applications or devices
When you download or use our mobile apps or access to one of the sites optimized for mobile devices, we can acquire information about you and your mobile device, as above mentioned. This information may include information about your location, which we may use to provide services available in your area, such as advertisements, search results and other customized contents, based on authorizations provided by you and your device. Many mobile devices allow you to control or disable services in the setup menu of the device. If you have questions about how to turn off location-related services on your device, you should contact your internet provider or the manufacturer of your device.
Data acquired from performed activities and information provided by other persons
We also collect other contents and information that users provide when using our web site, our applications or our services, including information about yourself, for example when you receive a message or other persons upload, synchronize or import your contact information.
Data acquired from your networks and connections
We collect information on people and groups with whom you connect and on the way you interact with tem, for example, the people you most often communicate with or groups with whom you like to share content. We also collect information you provide when you upload, synchronize or import such information from a mobile device.
Data acquired from payment information
If you use our services for purchases or economic transactions (for example, when you purchase something through The Dressupper, we collect information on the purchase or the transaction). It may be payment information, such as the number of credit or debit card and other card details, other authentication and account information and contact information, shipping and billing.
Data acquired from other sources
We can receive or acquire other personal information from third parties and add them to the data that we have obtained as a result of the account registration. These can include navigation information and demographic information regarding payments and other personal information obtained from credit recovery companies or other parties as permitted by law.
Acquisition of information from sharing and registering on social media
We offer access services that allow you to use login credentials of third parties to access the website www.thedressupper.com and other related websites (e.g. Facebook). We also provide services that allow you to share information with social media websites of third parties, such as Facebook, Google Plus, Twitter and others.
Use of personal data
• provide you with access to our sites and services and customer support;
• prevent, detect and control frauds, security breaches, potentially prohibited or illegal activities;
• customize, track and improve our services, contents and advertisements;
• contact you by e-mail or telephone to resolve disputes, charge rates, resolve any problems with your account or our sites, services, apps or tools or for other purposes permitted by law;
• contact you by e-mail or telephone to provide information about our services and the services provided by the companies of our group, offer targeted marketing, service updates and promotional offers based on your notification preferences in accordance with local regulations;
• compare the accuracy of the information and verify it with third parties;
• provide other services requested by you as specified at the time of data acquisition.
Use of personal data for marketing purposes
• send you information about sites, apps, services and web tools of The Dressupper and its subsidiaries, parents or affiliates companies;
• provide targeted marketing and promotional offers based on your notification preferences; and
• customize, track and improve the advertising, according to your preferences.
We do not sell nor do we make your personal information available to third parties for marketing purposes without your explicit consent. We may combine your personally identifiable information that we collect from other sources and use them to enhance and customize the advertising and marketing messages that we send you.
Withdrawal of consent to the use of personal data by The Dressupper for promotional
If you no longer wish to receive marketing and promotional communications from The Dressupper, you can specify your notification preferences in your account page or during our direct communications.
If you do not want to participate in our programs of advertisement customization, you can decide to prevent us from using your information to send personalized advertisements following the instructions provided in the advertisements.
You can view our rules about cookies and web beacons, for further information on how to disable cookies for advertising.
Cookies, web beacons, storage and similar technologies
The following table summarizes the different types of cookies we use, together with their respective function and duration (i.e. how long each cookie will remain on your device).
What are cookies
Cookies are computer files or partial data that can be stored on your computer (or other devices enabled to browse the internet, such as smartphones or tablets) when using the The Dressupper’s websites, applications or services. A cookie usually contains the name of the website which the cookie comes from, the duration of the cookie (i.e. how long it will remain on the device), and a value, which is usually a randomly generated unique number.
What types of cookies do we use
We can use two types of cookies – ‘session cookies’ and ‘persistent cookies’. Session cookies are temporary cookies that remain on the device until you leave the The Dressupper’s websites, applications or services. A persistent cookie remains on the device for much longer or until you delete it manually (how long the cookie remains on the device will depend on the lifetime of the cookie and the settings of your browser).
Some of the pages you visit may also gather information through other means, such as pixel tags, clear gifs or web beacons that may be shared with third parties who directly assist us in a our promotional activities and in the development of our web sites, applications and services. For example, information on the use of websites by people who visit our websites may be shared with our advertising agency to optimally target banner advertising on our websites. In any case, the information is not personally identifiable, although it could be linked to your personal information.
Cookies used by The Dressupper
These cookies help us to understand how users interact with our websites, applications and services, providing information on sections visited, time spent on the site, and any issue that may arise, as, for example, an error message. This helps us to improve the performance of our sites, applications and services. These cookies do not identify you as an individual. All data are collected and aggregated anonymously.
These cookies allow our sites, applications and services to remember users’ choices, options or parameters (for example, your user name) to provide a more personalized online experience. They can also allow users to post comments and use the functionality of the site or application at their best.
The information that is collected by these cookies may include personally identifiable information provided by you, such as your user name or your profile image. We will always be transparent to you about what information we collect, the use we make of it, and with whom we share it.
If you do not accept these cookies, the features and performance of our websites, applications and services may be compromised and access to the contents of the website may be limited.
Targeting / advertising
These cookies are used to present contents best suited to you and your interests. They can be used to display targeted advertisements or to limit the number of times you see an advertisement. They also help us to measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns on the websites, applications, and services, both ours and of our partners.
We can use these cookies to record the websites you’ve visited and we can share this information with third parties, including advertising agencies and advertisers.
The majority of this type of cookie track consumers through their IP address and therefore may collect certain personally identifiable information.
We make use of several suppliers who may also set cookies on your device on our behalf when you visit our websites to allow them to provide their services.
When you visit our websites you may receive cookies from third-party websites or domains. We are committed to identify these cookies before they are used, in order to allow you to decide to accept them or not. Additional information regarding these cookies may be available on the website of the third party involved.
The default setting of the majority of Internet browsers accepts cookies automatically. You can change these settings to block cookies or to be notified when cookies are sent to your device. There are several ways to manage cookies. Please refer to the instruction manual or the help screen of your browser to find out how to adjust or change the settings of your browser.
If you disable the cookies we use, this may affect your experience of use of our sites, applications and services; for example, you may not be able to visit certain sections of the site or you may not receive personalized information when you visit the site. If you use different devices to view and access the The Dressupper’s websites, applications and services (e.g. computer, smartphone, tablet, etc.), you should make sure that each browser on each device is set to reflect your preferences for cookies.
Disclosure of personal data by The Dressupper
We may disclose personal information to comply with legal requirements, enforce our policies, respond to claims for a possible violation of third-party rights arising from a listing or protect the rights, property or safety of any other person. These data will be disclosed only in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. We will not disclose your personal information to third parties for marketing purposes without your explicit consent.
We may also share your personal information with:
• Service providers with whom we have entered into contracts that help us in carrying out our activities (e.g. frauds investigation , invoices acquisition, affiliation and loyalty programs, websites operations and credit cards issued by various operators).
• Vendors who sell their products through The Dressupper, in your or in another country, as authorized by you or in the use of our sites, services, apps or tools. For example, after concluding a sale with a seller, they will see your e-mail and request and obtain your contact information and mailing address to complete the transaction.
• Other third parties to whom you explicitly request to send your data (also in case of notice and express acceptance of the sending for the use of a specific service).
• Public safety agencies or organizations, or authorized third parties, in response to a verified request related to a criminal investigation or criminal activity or any other activity that may expose our organization, your own person or any other user of The Dressupper to legal liability. In these cases, we will disclose all the information which is relevant and necessary for the investigation or proceedings, such as your name, city, state or province, postal code, phone number, e-mail address, User ID history , IP address, fraud claims, purchase history and listings.
• Debt collection companies to which we can send you your account information, including information about late payments, failures to pay, or other omissions relating to your account, as permitted by law.
Although The Dressupper takes contractual measures and other solutions to ensure the protection of personal information, laws and regulations of other jurisdictions relating to privacy and personal information protection may be different or similar to the applicable regulations. Competent authorities, courts and agencies for public security and for the application of the law of other jurisdictions may require the disclosure of personal data according to applicable laws. To protect your privacy, we will not disclose your personal information to law enforcement agencies, public officers or other third parties without an order, a warrant issued by a judge or legal process, except when we believe in good faith that the disclosure of such information is necessary to prevent imminent damage or financial losses, to report illegal activities or otherwise exclude users who act improperly from our community.
Personal information displayed on The Dressupper
Your user ID is shown on The Dressupper (and so become available to the public) and is connected to all your activities. Other users can see the offers, purchases, your collections, users and collections followed, the shops, the feedback and the associated comments. Other users can also view any information you choose to share your profile and in your personal page. Notices sent to other users of the community related to suspicious activity and policy violations on our sites refer to User ID and specific objects. Therefore if you associate your name with your User ID, the people to whom you provided your name will be able to personally identify your activities on The Dressupper.
If you access our website from a shared computer or a computer in an Internet café, certain information (e.g. user ID), activities or warnings of The Dressupper may even be visible to other users who use the computer later.
Personal information shared with other users and third parties
People use our services to connect and share contents with other people. When you share content and information and communicate with people using our services, you agree that such contents and information are accessible to other users.
The data you share publicly and in your public profile or the content you share on public pages or forums are public information. Public information is available to everyone within or outside our services and you can see it or access it through, for example, search engines. In some cases, people with whom you share contents and communicate can download or share this contents again with others inside and outside our services. When you share information or contents with another user, that user decides who can see and comment on the contents or information.
Other people can use our service to share contents related to you with the public they choose. For example, people can share a picture of you, mention you in a comment or share information you have shared with them.
When using third party applications, websites or other services, such as social networks, which use or are integrated in our services, these third parties may obtain information about what you post or share. The information gathered by these applications, websites or integrated services are subject to their conditions and regulations.
Where The Dressupper allows you to share data and information in order to interact with other users, complete transactions and receive payments, please consider the consequences of sharing such information in order to protect your privacy and respect the privacy of other users. In such cases we cannot guarantee the privacy and security of your information, therefore we invite you to consider the regulations for the privacy and security of your counterpart before taking part in a transaction and choosing to share your information. To protect your privacy, we only allow a limited access to your contact information, shipping information and financial information to sellers, in order to facilitate transactions and receive payments. As part of a transaction, sellers can access your name, user ID, e-mail or other contact and delivery information.
You agree to use the personal data of other users exclusively:
• for purposes relating to interactions and transactions on The Dressupper that are not related to unsolicited commercial messages;
• to use services offered through The Dressupper (e.g. comments, website content sharing , payment, shipping and fraud claims); or
• for specific purposes expressly chosen or accepted by the user.
For further information on how you can check information about you that you or other people share, you can contact our Customer service at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We partner with third-party companies that help us provide and improve our services or use advertising or related products, and we may share with them your information, including, but not limited to:
We want that our advertising, tracking and analysis services are relevant and interesting as the other information that you can find in our services. With this in mind, we use all the information we have to display relevant advertisements. We do not share your personal information (personal information include your name or the e-mail address that can be used to contact or identify you) with advertising, tracking or analysis partners, unless you allow us to do it. We can provide these partners with information on the coverage and effectiveness of their advertisements without sharing your personal information or after your information has been aggregated, so that it cannot identify you. For example, we may provide information to an advertiser about the performance of its ads or the number of people who have viewed or who have installed an application after seeing an ad, or provide non-personal demographic information to these partners to help them understand their public and customers.
If the ownership or control of all or part of our websites, applications, services or the relative resources changes, we may transfer your information to the new owner or controller.
Legal requests, fraud, damage, violation and illegal activity prevention
We can access your information, store it and share it in response to a legal request (such as a search warrant, a court order or a subpoena) if we believe in good faith that the law requires us to do so. This may include responding to requests from jurisdictions other than the Italian, if we have reason to believe that this is mandatory under the local laws of the jurisdiction involved, concerns users who are subject to this jurisdiction and is in accordance with recognized international standards. In addition, we can access your information, store it and share it if we believe in good faith that this is necessary to: identify, prevent and manage fraud and other illegal activities; defend ourselves, you and other people, also during an investigation; prevent events that could lead to physical harm or imminent death. For example, we can provide information about your account reliability to third-party partners to prevent fraud and misuse within and outside our services. The information we receive about you, including data on financial transactions related to purchases made through The Dressupper, can be viewed, processed and stored for a prolonged period of time when they are involved in legal proceedings, governmental investigation or investigations regarding possible violations of our conditions or regulations or to prevent damage. We can also store the information contained in disabled accounts that do not meet our conditions for at least a year in order to avoid the recurrence of improper use or other violations of our terms.
Spam, spyware or spoofing prohibition
We and our users do not tolerate spam. To report spam related to The Dressupper or fake The Dressupper e-mails, send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Access, analysis and editing of personal data
Your password is the key to your account. Use unique numbers, letters and special characters and do not reveal your password to others. If you share your password or your personal information with others, remember that you will be responsible for all actions performed with your account. If you do not control your password, you may lose substantial control of your personal information and be subject to legally binding activity carried out on your behalf. Therefore, if your password is no longer secret for any reason, contact The Dressupper immediately and change it.
You can view, analyze, and change most of your personal information by logging into The Dressupper. Generally, we do not manually modify your personal information because it is very difficult to verify your identity remotely. Update your personal information promptly if there’s a change in it or if it is not correct. In some cases, once you have published a content on the website, you may not be able to edit it or remove it. However, we recognize any right under the law to allow you to delete or modify your personal information.
Protection and storage of personal data
We store and process your personal information on our servers where the companies offering the website’s services are located. We protect your information using physical, technical and administrative security measures to reduce the risk of their loss, misuse, unauthorized access, disclosure and alteration. Our security systems include firewalls, data encryption, control of physical access to data centers and controls for authorizing access to information.
The Dressupper take appropriate measures to ensure that the personal information collected is accurate and up to date, allowing to update the settings using your account profile.
However The Dressupper cannot guarantee that the measures taken for the safety of the website and the transmission of data and information on the website are can actually limit or exclude any risk of unauthorized access or dispersion of data by devices of the user. That’s why we recommend to website users to make sure their computer is equipped with appropriate software to protect the transmission of data through the network (such as an updated antivirus software) and that your Internet service provider has taken appropriate measures for the security of the transmission of data through the network.
Account termination, retention of personal data and user rights
Generally, personal data relating to closed or inactive accounts will be deleted or made anonymous as soon as possible after the closing or disabling of the account. In certain situations we may retain personal data relating to closed or inactive accounts for a longer period. These cases include fraud prevention, collection of due fees, dispute resolution, or any other action permitted by law. In such cases, this information will be retained for the time necessary to perform the operations and to ensure compliance with applicable regulations.
The parties to whom the data refer have the right to obtain at any time confirmation of their existence, to know their content and origin, to verify their accuracy or request their integration, cancellation, updating, correction, transformation into an anonymous form or the blocking of data processed in violation of the law, and, in any case, to object to their treatment for legitimate reasons, and, in any case, they have all the rights set out in section 7 of Legislative Decree no. 196/2003.
Users have the right to request to The Dressupper, sending an e-mail to the address firstname.lastname@example.org, the following information:
1. confirmation of the existence of personal data
2. clear communication of the data and their source
3. reason and purpose of their existence and their use
The request of the above information can be renewed with a minimum interval of 90 days, except in cases where there is a just cause; cancellation or modification of such data because of a violation of the law; cancellation of data that are not used for the purposes for which they were collected.