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The online store of FIOR (the "FIOR Online Store"), which can be accessed via the site managed by Fior Shoes & Leather Goods Ltd, through the URL www.fiorshoescy.com, is dedicated to electronic sales and is managed by Fior shoes & leather Goods Ltd (hereafter referred to also just as “Fior”) . With this privacy policy (hereafter referred to as the “Privacy Policy”), which refers to the site www.fiorshoescy.com (hereafter referred to as the “Site”), Fior proposes to provide users with information about  the personal information collected through the Site, the purposes and procedures for which such information is processed, the third parties involved in the processing, its possible transfer abroad, the security measures adopted to protect and safeguard the data gathered, and the procedures through which users can verify the processing of data concerning them and exercise the rights granted to them by Cyprus Law 138(1) of 2001 (hereafter referred to as “Law 138/2001”).The Privacy Policy is applicable exclusively to the Site, and not to other websites that may be viewed by users via links present on the Site.

Browsing data
When users visit and view the Site, Fior does not generally collect personal data from them, with the exception of "browsing data". The technological platform through which the Site is made available to users automatically records some browsing data (the transmission of which is implicit in the use of internet communication protocols), such as the name of the internet access provider, the site of origin, pages visited, date and duration of the visit, etc. Such information allows users to access the Site and use certain services, and may be aggregated and used anonymously for statistical purposes and to verify that the Site is functioning properly.
Fior does not collect these browsing data in order to associate them with other information about the users and subsequently identify the users. However, browsing data, by their very nature, may allow identification of the users after they have been processed and associated with other information. Browsing data may therefore be used by Fior in order to ascertain any liability concerning computer crimes committed to the detriment of the Site or through the Site. With the exception of this possibility, the browsing data described above are stored only temporarily, in compliance with applicable regulations.

Data provided voluntarily by users
Fior collects and processes personal data that users provide voluntarily when interacting with the functionalities and services of the Site. In the sections of the Site where users` personal data are collected, a disclosure is published pursuant to Law 138/2001.


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Fior process users` data for the following purposes:
- management of browsing on the Site;
- management of Site security;
- compliance with legal and regulatory obligations;
- Exercise of rights in judicial proceedings.

- management of sales and transactions performed in the context of the Fior Online Store;
- management of orders;
- sale and delivery of products;
- Management of returns and guarantees, and other activities necessary for the sale of products via the Fior Online Store.

With the exception of browsing data (which are automatically collected by the system), the transmission of data by users for the aforementioned purposes is optional. Failure to transmit data for commercial purposes will not affect your ability to access the functionalities offered by the Site, except that it will be impossible to buy products.

Users` personal data are processed using IT and electronic tools, mainly via electronic and automated means and, in certain specific transactions, using paper documentation. In accordance with Law 138/2001, specific security measures are observed to prevent data loss, unlawful or improper use, and unauthorized access.

Users` personal data are processed by parties designated as processors or tasked with processing, in accordance with the provisions of Articles of Law138/2001. In addition to the above, the data may be brought to the attention of third parties such as freelancers, consultants and, more generally, third parties that cooperate with Fior and/or Techvault Ltd to pursue the aforementioned purposes, or third parties that have been tasked with activities on an outsourcing basis.
In any case, Fior undertakes to provide such third parties only with the data necessary to perform the duties and activities assigned to them; it also undertakes to do everything in its power to ensure that third parties use the data received exclusively for the purposes indicated by Fior and in compliance with the applicable regulations on personal data processing.
Users` personal data may also be brought to the attention of third-party companies in the event of mergers or demergers, acquisitions, disposals of companies or business units, or other extraordinary corporate transactions. Users` personal data may also be brought to the attention of legitimate recipients pursuant to law or regulations, for example in the event of a request by the competent public authorities or judicial authorities or, more generally, in the context of judicial proceedings, as well as to protect and defend the Site and the rights of Fior.
Such parties shall process the data as autonomous data controllers or processors, depending on the case in question.

Furthermore, these data may be transferred outside of the national territory in countries not belonging to the European Union. In this case, an adequate level of data protection will be guaranteed. The Data shall not be disseminated.
The Site may contain banners, advertising messages and advertisements of third parties or Data Controller’s business partners. By accepting the offers from the aforesaid third parties, the user may access web pages pertaining exclusively to such third parties who, being outside of the control of the Data Controller, are in no way bound to comply with the provisions of this Privacy Policy.
Fior  thus invite users to take care when accepting offers of services from third parties, and to read the information provided by the third party regarding its processing of personal data, which the Data Controllers have no control over, nor can be held liable for.

This Privacy Policy may be modified in order to comply with new legal provisions or altered procedures for data processing by Fior, or because of changes relating to the Site`s functioning or the performance of services rendered through the Site.
Fior  shall be responsible for promptly informing users of any update by publishing it in this section of the Site. Fior  therefore invites users to periodically consult the Privacy Policy in order to ensure that they have read the most recently published version.

The Data Controllers are, for the activities under their respective scopes of competence, as indicated in this Privacy Policy:
• Fior shoes and Leather Goods Ltd , VAT no. 10046294V5, with registered offices at 18 Artemidos Str, 4102 Lemesos, Cyprus.
• Tecvault Ltd, VAT no. 02050461207, with registered offices at Micalel Psellou 6, Ayios Athanasios Industrial Estate, 4101 Lemesos Cyprus.

Users of the Site may exercise the rights pursuant to Articles of Law 138/2001, which are reproduced in full below. These rights may be exercised informally simply by sending a request to the Data Controllers as identified above, to the email address info@fiorshoescy.com .

12.(1) Every person has the right to know whether the personal data relating to him are or were processed. To this end, the controller must reply to him in writing.

(2) The data subject has the right to ask for and receive from the controller without excessive delay and expense –
(a) Information about: (i) all the personal data relating to him which have undergone processing, as well as any available information as to their source; (ii) the purposes of the processing, the recipients or the categories of recipients, as well as the categories of data which are or are to be processed; (iii) the progress of the processing since his previous briefing; (iv) the logic which every automated process of data in relation to the data subject, is based, in cases of 22 decisions taken by virtue of section 16(1).
(b) The rectification, erasure or blocking of the data, the processing of which has not been performed in accordance with the provisions of this Law, especially due to inaccuracies or shortages.
(c) The notification to third parties, to whom the data have been communicated, of every rectification, erasure or blocking which is done by virtue of paragraph (b), unless this is impossible or it requires disproportionate efforts.

(3) If the controller does not reply within four weeks from the submission of the application or if his reply is not satisfactory, the data subject has the right to appeal to the Commissioner.
(4) By a decision of the Commissioner, on application by the controller, the obligation to inform under subsections (1) and (2) may be waived, wholly or partly, where the processing of personal data is performed for purposes relating to national needs or to the national security of the Republic or for the prevention, investigation, detection and prosecution of criminal offences.
(5) The right of access may be exercised by the data subject with the assistance of an expert. 23 (6) Data relating to health shall be notified to the data subject through a doctor.

Last update: April 2017