Subscription to the newsletter allows you to receive promotions, discount codes, notices regarding news and opportunities on our site (E-mail marketing). For the newsletter service we will use Mailchimp, a service provider based in the USA that will allow us to send you messages by e-mail. You can find the MailChimp Privacy Policy here in english. Remember that you can cancel your registration at any time by simply clicking on a link contained within each message or by writing to us without having to give us any explanation. Our full Privacy terms can be found at this address. However, here is an excerpt with the salient points regarding the newsletter topic:

What data we will process when subscribing to the newsletter
- given first name
- email address
- operating system and browser
- geolocation
- IP address

For what reasons we will treat them
- to offer you the newsletter service
- to customize messages according to your tastes
- to have proof that you have voluntarily subscribed to the newsletter

How long will we keep your data
We will keep the aforementioned data up to a maximum of 12 months since the opening of the last newsletter, unless otherwise requested by you (right to be forgotten).

On which media your data will be stored
The data will be stored at the computer level on the MailChimp servers.

Who will be the data controller (so-called data controller)
Tosca Italian Fabrics, via Emilio Boni 19, 59100 Prato (PO) Italy

Who is MailChimp
MailChimp is a trademark of The Rocket Science Group, LLC 675 Ponce de Leon Ave NE Suite 5000 Atlanta, GA 30308 USA

Note: In July 2020, the European Court of Justice invalidated the "Privacy Shield" with the United States (the "privacy shield" between the EU and the US, a self-certification mechanism for companies established in the US wishing to receive personal data from the European Union). With this provision, the data transfer must be based on the Standard Contractual Clauses (CCSs), and in this sense MailChimp is in compliance, as explained in its Data Processing Addendum here. However, "additional measures" are required since in any case the data transfer takes place in the United States, and since MailChimp is an "electronic communications service provider", according to American law it would be obliged to provide the data to the US government in case it did request. However, we are waiting to know what additional measures MailChimp will prepare. In Italy, no decisions have yet been taken on this matter by the Authority.