DECATHLON.IE PERSONAL DATA AND COOKIES
VERSION: February 2018
The conditions set out below (the “Data Protection Policy”) govern the relationship between the User (“You”) and Decathlon (“Us” or “We”) as a supplement to the General Terms and Conditions of Sale and General Terms and Conditions of Use, acceptance of which You hereby acknowledge. Those general terms and conditions may be accessed at the following links:
• General Terms and Conditions of Sale: https://www.decathlon.ie/terms-and-conditions-of-sale
• General Terms and Conditions of Use: https://www.decathlon.ie/general-terms-of-use
By using our services, You explicitly agree to your data (“Data”) being collected and used on the conditions set out herein pursuant to the Data Protection Act 1988, as amended, on the processing of data.
The applicable terms and conditions are those in force on the https://www.decathlon.ie website (the “Website”) on the date that You visit the Website. The Data Protection Policy may be amended. It may be accessed from the Website at any time and prevails over any other version or any other conflicting document. You have the option of printing it or downloading it in PDF format so that You may refer to it at a later date.
1 - DATA COLLECTION BY DECATHLON.IE
How is your data used?
Your Data is processed in order to manage your orders and your User account. It may also be used by companies in the Decathlon Group for the purposes of statistical analysis, to monitor the quality of our service and, subject to your prior agreement, for commercial marketing purposes.
Who is your data sent to?
All data collected via the Website is sent to Decathlon Sports Ireland Ltd, in its capacity as data controller. The data may also be sent to other entities in the Decathlon Group (Decathlon SA subsidiaries).
How is your data protected?
We take all necessary precautions to protect the security of your data. This includes preventing it from being disclosed to unauthorised third parties. In this regard, We take all necessary measures to ensure the security of our IT systems. In the event that your data is transferred to processors (notably for hosting purposes), we shall ensure that their levels of security meet the requisite standards.
Is your data transferred outside the Republic of Ireland?
Your data may, particularly where some of the data processing is outsourced, be transferred outside the Republic of Ireland. In that event, Decathlon shall ensure that the transfer complies with the legal framework: it shall be transferred only to countries with an adequate level of protection, the contractual clauses issued by the European Commission shall be signed or, for transfers to the United States, service providers’ adherence to the Privacy Shield framework shall be verified.
What are your rights?
Pursuant to the Data Protection Act 1988 which was amended by the Data Protection (Amendment) Act 2003 You have the right to access, rectify, block and erase your personal data by sending a Letter to Decathlon Sports Ireland 51 Bracken Road D17 CV48 Dublin (please include a copy of your proof of identity with your letter) or send an email at email@example.com.
We warrant that your data shall not be used for marketing purposes without your prior consent. If you agree to being contacted in connection with marketing operations, we warrant that You have the right to object thereto at a later time.
2 - RECORDING DATA BY MEANS OF COOKIES
What is a cookie?
Which cookies does Decathlon.ie use?
• cookies used as “shopping baskets”
• Session ID cookies
• cookies that record the User’s language with a view to improving the browsing experience.
• flash cookies containing the information needed for a media player (audio or video) to work, corresponding to the content requested by the user.
You can choose how these cookies are to be handled by following the instructions in the next section. If You refuse to accept the cookies that We use to identify the products, services and pages You consult, the content displayed in your Internet browser will not be personalised and the displayed adverts may not be of interest to You.
Google adheres to the EU-US “Privacy Shield” data protection principles drawn up by the European Commission on 12 July 2016. These principles, which were agreed between the US authorities and the European Commission in 2016, are principally based on those of EU Directive 95/46 of 24 October 1995, and provide adequate protection for data transferred from the European Union to US companies.
How can You choose whether to accept or block cookies?
You may choose to manage cookies in several ways. You may change your choice at any time by referring to the Help section of your browser’s toolbar. This explains how to refuse new cookies, display a message informing You that a website wants to store a cookie on your computer or device, or alternatively block all cookies or those sent from a specific website. You can also delete cookies manually.
You can also choose to block or delete similar information used by browser add-ons, such as Flash cookies, by modifying the software’s settings or visiting the software editor’s website.
However, please note that if You do so You may not be able to access certain content, or your browser and the services You are expecting from our website may be prevented from working correctly. Where applicable, We shall not be liable for the consequences of our site not working correctly as a result of it being impossible to use the cookies required in order for it to work.
- Depending on which Internet browser you use, you may choose your cookie settings as follows
Each browser offers settings that enable users to manage cookies. They are described in your browser’s Help menu, which provides information on how to apply your cookie preferences:
For Internet Explorer™: open the Tools menu, and then select Internet options; next, click the Privacy tab, and then click the Advanced button to choose your cookie preferences, or else click this link: https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer-delete-manage-cookies
For Firefox™: click the Firefox button, and then click Options; next, click the Privacy panel, and then choose your cookie preferences, or else click this link: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enable-and-disable-cookies-website-preferences
For Chrome™: open the Chrome menu (the spanner or three horizontal bars icon), and then select Settings; click Show Advanced Settings and then, in the Privacy section, click Content settings and choose the options You want, or else click this link: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en&hlrm=en
For Safari™: select Safari, then Preferences, and then click Privacy; in the Block cookies section, choose the options You want, or else click this link: https://support.apple.com/kb/ph21411?locale=en_US
For Opera™: click the Opera button, and then select the Tools or Settings menu; click Privacy & Security and choose your cookie preferences, or else click this link: http://help.opera.com/Windows/10.20/en/cookies.html
- Choosing your cookie settings on a mobile phone or tablet
To specify whether or not Safari™ accepts cookies
1. In the main screen, touch Settings > Safari.
2. Touch Accept Cookies, and then select Never, From visited, or Always.
To delete all cookies in Safari
1. In the main screen, touch Settings > Safari.
2. Touch Clear Cookies.
To delete all cookies in Android
1. Menu > More > Settings > Privacy Settings > Clear All Cookie Data > OK
3 - DATA COLLECTION BY OTHER WEBSITES
Decathlon.ie may use plug-ins from Facebook, the social network operated by Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA. If You access a page on our website that contains a plug-in, your browser will establish a direct link to Facebook’s servers. The plug-in content will then be sent directly to your browser by Facebook and included on the relevant web page. Facebook will be notified that your browser has accessed the corresponding page of our website, even if You do not have a Facebook account or if You are not logged in to your Facebook account. Your IP address will be sent directly by your browser to a Facebook server in the USA and registered on that server.
If You are logged in to Facebook when You browse our website, Facebook may directly link your visit to our website to your Facebook account. If, for example, You click ‘Like’ or leave a comment on Facebook regarding our website using a plug-in, the corresponding information will be sent to a Facebook server, recorded on it and published on your Facebook account. Facebook may use such information for advertising and market research purposes, and adapt its pages accordingly. Facebook may therefore create user profiles, including information about users’ interests and relationships, to determine how users react after having seen an advert on Facebook, inform other Facebook users about the activity of our website and offer other services linked to Facebook.
If You do not wish Facebook to link information collected via our website to your Facebook account, You should log out of Facebook before visiting our website.
For more information about the amount of data collected by Facebook and the purpose for which it is collected, processed and used by Facebook, as well as about your rights and how You can configure your computer to protect your privacy, please refer to Facebook’s policy on data protection, which is available by clicking this link Facebook’s data policy.
The Website uses Twitter plug-ins, a service of Twitter Inc., 1355 Market Street, Suite 900, San Francisco, CA 94103, USA (“Twitter”). The plug-ins are indicated via a Twitter logo. If You visit a page on the Website that contains a plug-in, your browser will establish a direct link to Twitter’s servers. The plug-in’s content is transmitted directly by Twitter to the browser.
Following the integration of the plug-in, Twitter receives the information You have requested on the corresponding page. If You are connected to Twitter, Twitter may link your visit to the relevant page and the use of the plug-in on that page (for example, the publication of a link to the Website on the User’s Twitter account) to the User’s Twitter account. The purpose and scope of data collection, their further processing and use, and your corresponding rights and the configuration of your privacy settings are exclusively determined by Twitter. Twitter is also the controller of your data.
If You do want Twitter to collect data in the manner referred to above, You must log out of Twitter before visiting the Website.
4 - CONTACT DETAILS FOR THE DATA CONTROLLER
Should You have any questions or issues concerning a purchase made or to be made via the Website, please contact the Customer Relations Centre:
- by telephone between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. from Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays: 0877930680 (cost of a local call from a landline phone)
- via the Internet: firstname.lastname@example.org
- by post: Decathlon Sports Ireland Ltd 51 Bracken Road, Sandyford D18 CV48 Dublin Ireland
- If You already have a customer account on the Website, You can go to the ‘My account’ page