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Ducati Privacy Policy for D.O.C. Membership

Privacy Policy Statement under art. 13 of Legislative Decree no. 196 of 30 June 2003 (Personal Data Protection Consolidating Act).

The personal data of the Data Subject will be processed by the Data Controller Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A., with registered office at Via Cavalieri Ducati n. 3, Bologna, Italy ( “Ducati”), and the Designated Officer Mr. Claudio Domenicali, with service address at the registered office of Ducati, by the DOC Club INDY DESMO (hereinafter the “Club”), with registered office at 4629 Northwestern Dr Zionsville (IN) as independent Data Controller and by the Designated Officer Gregory McDaniel by automated means or otherwise in compliance with UE Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament, for the following purposes: (i) managing relations among the Data Subject, the Club and Ducati for the purpose of the registration process and in order to provide the Data Subject with the requested information, support and services. The Club and/or Ducati may make the data available to other companies in the same group as Ducati and/or to contract partners of Ducati that are part of its sales and service network (such as subsidiaries, importers, distributors, dealers,service/repair shops), that may be based in countries outside the European Union, solely for the above purposes and such other companies and/or contract partners will process the data solely for such purposes; the data will be made available to the DesignatedOfficers and the Persons in charge of data processing designated by the Club, Ducati and by such companies and/or contract partners.The data provided by the Data Subject will not be disseminated; (ii) for promotional activities and commercial information, and forwarding of advertising material by the Club. For these purposes, the data will be disclosed to the Designated Officers and Persons in charge of processing designated by the Club. The data provided by the Data Subject will not be disseminated; (ii) for promotional activities and commercial information, forwarding of advertising material, profiling activities based on an analysis of consumer choices by Ducati in order to forward tailored commercial information. The Club and/or Ducati may make the data available to other companies in the same group as Ducati and/or to contract partners of Ducati that are part of its sales and service network (such as subsidiaries, importers, distributors, dealers, service/repair shops), that may be based in countries outside the European Union, solely for the above purposes and such other companies and/or contract partners will process the data solely for such purposes; the data will be made available to the Designated Officers and the Persons in charge of data processing designated by the Club, Ducati and by 2 such companies and/or contract partners. The data provided by the Data Subject will not be disseminated; The data provided by the Data Subject may be cross-referenced with other data rightfully held by Ducati which the same Data Subject may have provided or may provide at other times for the purpose of keeping the data up-to-date. Whilst not mandatory by law, provision of the data for the purposes described in paragraph (i) is required in order to register with the Club and obtain the requested support, information and/or services; failure to provide the data for such purposes will prevent the Data Subject from registering with the Club. Provision of the data for the purposes described in paragraph (ii) is optional and not mandatory by law. Failure to give one’s consent to data processing for such purposes will merely result in the Club’s inability to carry out the activities aimed to provide the Data Subject with the above mentioned commercial information. Provision of the data for the purposes described in paragraph (iii) is optional and not mandatory by law. Failure to give one’s consent to data processing for such purposes will merely result in the Ducati’s inability to carry out customer profiling activities aimed to send newsletters and tailored commercial information and perform market research and customer satisfaction surveys. As a Data Subject, you have the rights established by art. art. 13 UE Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament, which is reported hereunder. To exercise your rights towards the above mentioned Data Controllers, and obtain an updated list of their respective Designated Officers, you may send a notice to privacy@ducati.com or you may contact the Club at phone number 317-432-9990.

Legislative Decree no. 196 of 30 June 2003 – Personal Data Protection Consolidating Act

Art. 7. Right to access personal data and other rights.

  1. The data subject has the right to obtain confirmation that his/her personal data exist, regardless of their being already recorded,
    and communication of such data in intelligible form.
  2. The data subject has the right to obtain information on: a) the source of the personal data; b) the purposes and methods of
    processing; c) the logic applied to processing if the same is carried out with the use of electronic means; d) the identification data of the
    Data Controller, the data processors and the designated representatives pursuant to article 5, paragraph 2; e) the subjects or categories
    of subjects to whom or which the personal data may be communicated or who may obtain access to such data in their capacity as
    Designated Representatives for the Country, Data Processors or Persons in charge of processing.
  3. The data subject has the right to: a) have the data updated, corrected or, if he/she so wishes, supplemented; b) have the data
    deleted, rendered anonymous or blocked if processed in breach of the law, including data that need not to be stored with regard to the
    purposes for which the data have been collected or subsequently processed; c) obtain a certification to the effect that the operations as
    per items a) and b) have been notified, as also related to their contents, to the entities to whom or which the data were communicated or
    disseminated, unless this requirement proves impossible or involves a manifestly disproportionate effort compared to the right that is to
    be protected.
  4. The data subject has the right to object, in full or in part, a) for legitimate reasons, to processing of his/her personal data despite
    them being relevant to the purpose of the collection; b) to processing of his/her personal data for the distribution of advertising materials
    or commercial information or direct sales or for market research.