DATA PROTECTION POLICY
Triton’s personal data protection policy:
Triton is a brand belonging to COSMANN GMBH, whose head office is situated at Schützenstrasse 16, 4900 Langenthal, Switzerland, with a share capital of CHF 20,000 and company registration number CHE-246.970.594
Please take a few minutes to read the following policy, which explains how we collect, use, share and transfer personal information provided by you through our website www.tritonwatch.ch. It also explains how we collect information using cookies and similar technology when you use our platforms.
Changes to the Data Protection Policy:
We reserve the right to update the Data Protection Policy without prior notice. When such an update occurs, the changes will be published on this website.
Information provided by you and how we use it:
To access certain areas of our platform, you will need to register. During the inscription process you will be asked to provide certain personal information (notably your name, address, date of birth, e-mail address, telephone number and, if you make a purchase, information concerning the method of payment). By entering your information in the required fields, you will enable Triton to provide the services you choose.
In addition, we can collect personal information when you contact us (e.g. if you ask a question concerning one of our products or services), or when you provide contact information while visiting the Triton boutique.
We will also automatically collect certain information regarding visitors to our Platform, described in the ‘Cookies and other data we collect automatically’ section below.
We will use the data we collect from you to:
- manage and respond to requests for repairs, as well as to provide after-sales service;
- respond to questions and requests for information;
- send out announcements regarding our services, including statements such as confirmation of an order;
- send you marketing information (including e-mails) about us and about our partners, complying with your communication preferences (please see the ‘Modify or remove your personal data’ section below for more information about how to manage these updates);
- carry out market studies as part of our policy of continual improvement to the services we provide to clients;
- prevent fraud and other forbidden or illegal activities and as part of our objective to maintain the integrity of our platform; and
- better understand the use of our Platform in order to constantly improve our services and offers.
Cookies and other data we collect automatically:
What is a cookie?
Cookies are text files containing small parcels of information which are downloaded to your computer or mobile device when you visit an internet site or a mobile application. They are used to recognise your computer when you visit different pages of an internet site or when you return to a site or a mobile application that you have already visited. Cookies are widely used in the functioning of platforms to improve the way they work and also supply information to the platform’s owners.
There are two main types of cookie:
- First-party cookies which are used directly by Triton on your computer of mobile device. They are used solely by Triton to recognise your computer or mobile device when you visit our Platform.
- Third-party cookies are used by a service provider on our Platform and serve to recognise your computer or mobile device when you visit other platforms. Third-party cookies are generally used for advertising or statistical analysis purposes.
Cookies can stay on your computer or mobile device for differing periods of time. Triton uses both ‘temporary cookies’ and ‘permanent cookies’: the former last while your computer is on and are automatically removed when you close your browser, the latter remain on your device after it has been closed and can be used to recognise it when you open your browser and surf the internet.
Which sort of cookies are used by Triton?
The Platform only uses the following cookies on your computer or mobile device:
Cookies which are essential to the functioning of the Platform:
Cookies are indispensable in order to guarantee certain services on the Platform and to guarantee certain of its functions, such as access to secure areas. Without these cookies certain services – transaction pages and secure account connection, for example – would not be possible.
Cookies linked to features of the website:
These cookies serve various purposes linked to presentation, performance and features of this Platform. Their general role is, however, to improve the visitor’s experience and the quality of the Platform.
For example, certain of these cookies enable visitors to choose the language, the product, or specify other preferences.
These cookies are used to gather data about the way visitors use our Platform.
The data collected do not identify individual visitors and are aggregated. This includes the number of visitors to our Platform, the platforms which directed them to our Platform and the pages visited within our Platform.
We use this information to help us manage our Platform more efficiently and to gather general demographic information as well as to monitor the level of activity on our Platform.
When you visit our Platform or click on an advertisement or a promotional banner on the Platform these cookies are used to provide you with more relevant advertisements, more focused on your interests. They are also used to limit the number of times you see a particular advertisement and also to evaluate the efficiency of advertising and promotions.
They are generally inserted by advertising networks, with our permission. They remember your visit to a platform and this information is shared with other organisations; advertisers for example.
Content sharing and social network cookies:
These cookies enable users to share pages and their content through third party social networks and other platforms. Companies making use of these cookies can also use your information for targeted advertising on other platforms.
How to manage or remove cookies:
You have the right to choose to accept cookies or not and we explain in the following paragraph how you can exercise this right. However, please note that if you choose to block cookies, you will not be able to use all the features of our Platform.
You can set your cookie preferences with the help of our consent tool or by altering the settings of your browser so that cookies from this Platform are blocked from your computer or mobile device. To do this, follow the instructions supplied by your browser (usually found in ‘Help’, ‘Tools’ or ‘Options’).
For more information about cookies, including knowing what cookies are stored on your computer or mobile device and how to manage or remove them, go to www.allaboutcookies.org and www.youronlinechoices.eu.
We can collect data from your computer or mobile device including, where necessary, your IP address, your operating system, your connection times and the type of browser. We use this information to better understand how visitors are using our Platform as well as for internal reporting. We can make this data anonymous and share it with advertisers, marketers and other companies.
Platforms can call on third parties, such as network advertisers and advertising exchanges to provide advertising for other platforms when you leave the platform you were visiting. Moreover, we can use third-party suppliers of statistical analysis or other services to evaluate and to provide us or others with information about the use of Platforms, as well as the viewing of our advertisements and our content. Network advertisers are third parties who place advertisements based on your visits to Platforms and other applications and websites. Third party advertising distributors enable us to target the advertisements, the products and services which could interest you.
You have a choice concerning the provision of advertising. You can choose not to receive certain types of behavioural advertising by visiting the internet sites mentioned above in the section ‘How to manage or remove cookies’. We are not responsible for the efficiency of third party sites or their ability to comply with your instructions regarding withdrawal from their services.
Sharing your data:
We do not rent, sell or share your personal data with other people or non-affiliated companies except in the following circumstances:
- to third party suppliers providing services in our name, such as for online payments, handling credit card transactions and cheques and for fraud prevention;
- we can divulge your personal data to any legal body, tribunal, regulator, government authority or other party when we consider it to be necessary in order to comply with the law or regulations in force or in order to protect our rights and the rights of other parties ; and
- we can divulge your personal data to any party acquiring, in part or in whole, our business and/or our activity or to whom we transfer all or nearly all of our business and/or our activity. In the event of such a sale or transfer, we will use all reasonable means to ensure that the entity to which we transfer your personal data will use them in a way which conforms to the current data protection policy.
The data we collect may be transferred, stored or handled in any country or territory in which one or more of our partner companies or third party service suppliers are located or maintain a business. Although certain other territories do not have the same standards of data protection than those of the country of origin, the protection of any personal data we transfer will conform to this Data Protection Policy.
Protection of your personal information:
We want our Platform to be used in full confidence and we undertake to protect the personal information we collect. We will limit access to your personal information to those employees who have a reasonable need to access it; in order to provide products or services or to fulfil their professional duties. We employ physical, electronic, procedural and organisational measures to protect the personal information you provide from any unauthorised or illegal access as well as from accidental loss, destruction or damage.
How to modify, remove or access your personal data:
You have the right to ask for access to any personal information we hold about you, to correct any errors and to update out of date information. You can also ask us not to send direct marketing communication (NB: we can continue to send you information regarding our services, i.e. non-commercial information) such as news e-mails or updates regarding an order. If you wish to exercise any of these rights, contact us at the address shown below.
You can unsubscribe from marketing communication e-mails at any time by sending us an e-mail to the address shown below in the ‘Contact us’ section or by clicking on the ‘Unsubscribe’ link in any Triton marketing e-mail.
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE
About Triton and our Terms and Conditions of Use:
Triton is a limited liability company with head office situated at XXXXXXX and registered with the companies’ registrar under number XXXXXXX
Please read the Terms and Conditions of Use carefully before using the Platform. By using the Platform you agree to abide by the Terms and Conditions of Use. If you do not agree to our Terms and Conditions of Use you may not use the Platform.
Changes to the Terms and Conditions of Use:
We reserve the right to change the Terms and Conditions of Use without prior notice, so you should check them from time to time in order to remain informed of any modifications. The latest version of the Terms and Conditions of Use will always be visible on the Platform. Any change to the Terms and Conditions of Use will take immediate effect and will govern use of the Platform, as well as your relationship with us, from the date of publication. Your continued use of the Platform will signify your agreement to abide by the provisions of the updates and modifications.
Concerning our hosting service:
Our internet website is hosted by Amen, whose address is http://amen.fr
Our practices regarding the collection of data on our website are regulated by the provisions of our Data Protection Policy.
Use of Website documents:
Triton has created this website in order to provide information regarding the company and its products for your personal use. Although considerable effort has been made to ensure that the visual representations are accurate renditions of the colour, design, style, etc. of Triton products, slight variations and/or differences can appear compared to the original objects. This can be due to, among other things, technical problems linked to the settings of your browser or your computer. Consequently, Triton cannot be held responsible for differences between the images represented on the website and the original objects.
Electronic documents or images made available on the Platform may be downloaded and/or printed solely and exclusively for private, personal, domestic and non-commercial use on the express understanding that ownership notices, notably intellectual property notices such as copyright ©, and registered trademarks ™ are maintained intact and are not removed or altered. Except where indicated to the contrary, all information that can be seen or read on the Platform (images, photographs – including any person appearing in a photograph, illustrations, icons, text, video clips, music, written and other forms of documents) (‘Triton Document’) is protected by law, notably by laws protecting copyright, designs and commercial brands, as well as by the provisions of international treaties and national laws worldwide.
It is strictly forbidden to sell, reproduce, distribute, communicate, modify, post, publicly display, expose or otherwise use elements deriving from any Triton Document by any means whatsoever for commercial use. Furthermore, a Triton Document may not be displayed or communicated on any other platform, on any digital environment network or other digital platform for any reason whatsoever. In the case of non-compliance with the Terms and Conditions your right to use a Triton Document will be automatically withdrawn and all and any copies of the Triton Document must be immediately destroyed. Any unauthorised use of a Triton Document may lead to legal action under appropriate copyright laws, trademark protection laws, privacy and advertising laws as well as applicable communication regulations.
Limit of liability:
This section applies to the website and not to the products sold online.
Triton strives to ensure that the information provided is full and accurate. However, Triton gives no guarantee, explicit or implied, that any Triton Document is correct, exhaustive or reliable or the use of the said Triton Document does not infringe the rights of a third party.
Triton in no way guarantees that functional and/or technical features of the Platforms or any Triton Document are free from error or that the Platform, Triton Documents or the servers enabling their availability are free of viruses or other harmful elements. If the use of the Platform of any Triton Document leads to the need to repair or replace items, materials, equipment, data or other elements, Triton will in no way be liable for any costs whatsoever. Without limiting the scope of the foregoing, all elements provided for your use on the Platforms are ‘AS IS’ and ‘SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY’ and ‘UNLESS SPECIFICALLY PROVIDED FOR BY LAW TO THE CONTRARY, WITHOUT GUARANTEE OF ANY SORT WHATSOEVER, EXPLICIT OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, COMMERCIAL VALUE, SATISFACTORY QUALITY, APPROPRIATE FOR A SPECIFIC USE, OF A REASONABLE LEVEL OF CARE AND SKILL OR NOT IN BREACH OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS. Triton and its suppliers provide no guarantee regarding any Document, software, text, download, graphic element or Triton link, or any guarantee as to the results expected from the use of the Platform.
Except where legally provided for to the contrary, Triton will not be held liable for any direct or indirect damage whatsoever, regardless of the nature, cause, origin or consequences, resulting from the use of information available on the Platform or relating to use of this information, or be held liable for any loss of use, interruption of activity, loss of profit or data, whatever the type of action may be, even if Triton has been warned of the possibility of such damage arising.
- In certain jurisdictions, consumer protection laws preclude certain exclusions or limitations of guarantee or liability, consequently some of the above mentioned exclusions and limitations may not apply.
In general, all brands, logos and service marks (collectively ‘Trademarks’) which appear on the Platform are registered, non-registered or otherwise protected and belong to Triton or their use has been granted or licensed by the registered owner to Triton. Other proprietary trademarks belong to third parties and are also duly protected. No content on the Platform should be considered as conferring, explicitly or implied, a licence or right of use of any trademark and any such use requires the express, prior, written consent of Triton. The use of any trademark or brand, or any other content appearing on the Platform, is strictly forbidden except where express permission is given in the Terms and Conditions of Use.
All content (including the Documents of Officine Triton) appearing on the Platform is either protected by Copyright ©, or licensed by the registered owner to Triton for the latter’s use. All rights are reserved. Please see the section above regarding the use of Documents on the Platform.
Links and connection:
The internet site may contain links to other platforms managed by parties not affiliated with Triton. The inclusion of a link in no way implies Triton’s approval of the linked site or sites. Triton has not examined these linked sites and is in no way liable for their content or the accuracy of information contained therein or for any other site linked to any of our Platforms. If you choose to click on a link to a page outside our Platform or to a third party’s site you do so entirely at your own risk. Triton does not permit links to any of its Platforms by third party sites without express, prior, written consent.
Cancellation and suspension:
By using the Platform you accept that Triton has, without prejudice to its other rights, the right to cancel or suspend your access and use of the Internet site, with or without prior notice, in the case of misuse on your part or failure to comply with the Terms and Conditions of Use, or in the case of infringing Triton’s rights or those of its affiliates or other parties. You accept that Triton can modify or suspend access to its Platform, with or without prior notice. You accept that Triton will in no way be held liable by you or a third party for any such modification or suspension. The provisions outlined in ‘Limit of Liability’ and ‘General Provisions’ will be followed after a cancellation of one or more of the Terms and Conditions of Use.
Except where otherwise stated, the information and the documents presented on the Platforms are solely for the promotion of Triton’s products and services and, in certain cases, the presentation of products for sale via a variety of means. Triton in no way claims that Documents are appropriate, or will be available for viewing, in every country in the world. You are responsible for ensuring compliance with local laws, bearing in mind that access to Triton Documents may not be legal for certain persons or in certain countries. Our products are available in several parts of the world; however the Platforms could display products which are not available in every country.
If one or more of the stipulations of the Terms and Conditions of Use prove to be invalid or are deemed as such due to a law, regulation or legal ruling by a competent authority, such stipulation may be considered null and void. All other stipulations will remain in force.
These Terms and Conditions of Use form an integral part of the agreement between you and Triton concerning the use of the site. They replace and cancel any other previous agreements, planned agreements, arrangements, undertakings or ancillary contracts howsoever made by the parties, for whatever objective, orally or in writing.
Should Triton choose to waive one or more of its rights following a breach of one or more of the provisions of the Terms and Conditions of Use, this shall in no way imply Triton will waive its rights for any other or later breach.
Applicable law and jurisdiction:
The Terms and Conditions of use are subject to and interpreted according to Swiss law, without reference to conflict of law rules. Any dispute, disagreement or claim resulting from the Terms and Conditions of use or relating thereto, including validity, invalidity, breach or cancellation will be decided or ruled in compliance with the said Terms and Conditions of Use. Where Swiss law differs from local laws concerning consumer rights in your own country, we guarantee you a similar level of protection.
If you have any questions or comments concerning these Terms and Conditions, or any questions in general, please contact us at the address below. You can use the same address if you require a copy of the personal information about you held by us.
Email : email@example.com