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Last updated and effective date: July 24, 2019

This Privacy Policy applies to Panavision Inc. and all its subsidiaries (including Panavision International, Light Iron, and subsidiaries located in Canada, New Zealand, Australia, and South Africa) and explains how and why we use personal data of individuals located outside the European Union.  There is a separate privacy policy for use of personal data of individuals located in the European Union (EU).  You should read this Privacy Policy notice so that you understand what personal data we collect about you, what we do with it, and how you can exercise your rights in connection with it.

The Panavision family of companies is a global business made up of a number of different companies. Our companies are among the best-known and most respected companies globally as providers of production and post-production products and services to the entertainment industry.  As such, we recognize the importance of maintaining the confidentiality of your private information.

The following discloses our information gathering and dissemination practices for our websites and applications (“Apps”).

We may modify or amend this privacy policy from time to time. Any changes will be effective immediately upon posting of the revised or new privacy policy.  When making changes to this policy, we will amend the revision date at the top of this page.  We encourage you to check back regularly to keep informed of updates regarding how we are protecting your information.  Your continued use of any of our websites indicates your consent to this Privacy Policy including any revisions or new privacy policy.  If you do not agree, please discontinue use of our websites and Apps and uninstall downloads and Apps.

We collect two types of information: (1) personal information and (2) anonymous information.  We may use personal and anonymous information to create aggregate information.  Personal information means information that identifies an individual, such as, name, postal address, telephone number, email address or Internet Protocol (IP) address.  Anonymous information means information that does not identify and cannot reasonably be used to identify an individual.  Aggregate information means information about groups or categories of individuals which does not identify an individual.

We do not sell or rent any information about visitors to our websites or Apps to third parties for commercial purposes. It is our intent to keep any personal information you provide us (such as name, postal address, telephone number, email address or IP address) confidential, unless we are required by law or business necessity to divulge it. The personal information you may provide by using our websites or Apps is stored in a reasonably secure location, is accessible only by designated staff, and is used only for the purposes for which you provide the information (such as to reply to your inquiry) or to provide you with a more personalized and relevant online experience.  We may share your personal information with a third party, to assist us with responding to your inquiry or sending you information that you requested.  We may share your personal information with our related affiliates.  We (and our third-party service providers) may collect personally identifiable information about your online activities over time and across different related affiliates websites when you use our website or our related affiliate’s websites.

We may collect, store, and use general, non-specific, and broad demographic information about visitors to our websites.   This information may be used to help administer and diagnose problems with our server and our websites. For example, we may keep track of the dates, times, and number of visitors to our Website. We may also collect information about a visitor’s Internet Service Provider (ISP) or home server, and through the use of online forms which may be completed by a visitor, we could also collect the name, address, email address, or other personal information. Finally, we (and our third-party service providers) may also keep track of the location of other websites from which our visitors link to our Website.  We (and our third-party service providers) may collect certain information automatically as you navigate around the websites or Apps. Please read the Cookie Policy for information about cookies and other tracking technologies that may be used on the websites and Apps.

We may keep the information we collect for as long as necessary to provide you with products or services, to operate our business, to enable us to communicate with you, perform data analysis, troubleshooting, or to satisfy our legal obligations.

Information about “Do Not Track” signals from a website browser is in the cookies policy.  Please see the consent management solution to remove your personal information that we have collected from your visit to our website.

Our Websites may contain links to other websites. Panavision is not responsible or liable for the privacy practices, privacy statements, or the content of such websites.

It is Panavision’s policy to never knowingly collect or maintain information about anyone under the age of 16 and no part of our websites or Apps are structured to attract anyone under the age of 13.

If you are a California resident, California Civil Code Section 1798.83 permits you to request information regarding the disclosure of your personal information by Panavision to a third party for the third party’s direct marketing purposes. As noted above, we do not share, sell, rent or trade your personally identifiable information with any third parties for their promotional purposes.

Panavision takes reasonable measures to protect your information collected by us from unauthorized access. Unfortunately, the transmission of information via the internet and online digital storage are not completely secure or impenetrable, and Panavision cannot guarantee the security of your information collected by us or transmitted to our websites.  Except as permitted by applicable law, no portion of our websites, downloadable files, images, or other data may be reproduced in any form, or by any means, without prior written approval of Panavision Inc., or as otherwise provided above.

All contents of our websites and any downloadable files, images, or other data are copyright © 2019, Panavision International L.P. – All rights reserved.

Effective Date: July 24, 2019.

Chapter 1 How we use personal information of individuals in the European Union

This EU Data Privacy Notice applies to Panavision Inc. and its subsidiaries (including Light Iron, Panalux, Lee Filters, Direct Digital, and Island Studios) and explains how and why we use personal data of individuals located in the European Union. This Notice also explains your data privacy rights and how relevant laws protect you. In this Notice, when we talk about personal data, we are referring to any information that relates to you as an identifiable natural person. You should read this Notice so that you understand what personal data we collect about you, what we do with it and how you can exercise your rights in connection with it. We understand that your privacy is important to you and we are committed to keeping your data safe and private.

Chapter 2 Changes to our privacy notice

We may modify or amend this Notice from time to time. When making changes to this Notice, we will amend the revision date at the top of this page.  We encourage you to check back regularly to keep informed of updates regarding how we are protecting your information.

Chapter 3 Who we are

The Panavision family of companies is a global business made up of a number of different companies. Our companies are among the best-known and most respected companies globally as providers of production and post-production products and services to the entertainment industry.  As such, we recognize the importance of maintaining the confidentiality of your private information. The applicable Panavision subsidiary handling personal data is the “Data Controller,” which is a legal term adopted under the European Union’s privacy law called the General Data Protection Regulation (or GDPR), meaning that we make decisions regarding how and why we collect and use your personal data.  The “Data Controller,” is responsible for ensuring that your personal information is only used for the purposes for which it was originally collected and in compliance with all applicable data protection laws. For any concerns or questions you may regarding this Notice or if you require more details on how we use your personal information, you can contact our Data Protection Officer at dataprivacy@Panavision.comIf you wish to contact the Data Controller, please contact the Data Protection Officer, who will get you to the applicable Panavision subsidiary that is the Data Controller.

Chapter 4 How you are protected by the law      

Data protection laws require us to have a legal reason to justify the use of your personal information. The law determines the basis on which we collect your information and the purpose for which that information is used. We are required to have one or more of the following reasons for all processing of your personal information:
    • To fulfill a contract we have with you for the provision of products or services, or
    • When the processing is necessary for us to comply with our legal obligations, or
    • When you have consented to processing, or
    • When it is in our legitimate interest.
A legitimate interest applies when we have a business or commercial reason of our own to process your personal information, however, even in these cases our legitimate interest cannot override or unfairly impact your individual interests. The following section provides examples of the ways we may use your personal information and explains our legal grounds which we rely on to do so. Processing necessary to fulfill a contract we have with you to establish a new account or provide goods or services:
    • Managing your account with us, including responding to your inquiries, evaluating new account applications; administering and managing financial accounts and records; preparing sales quotes, invoices, delivery and collection notes; and delivering orders, collecting payments, and updating records.
    • Sharing personal data with specific third-party service providers including credit card and payment service providers
    • Administering and managing rental, leasing and/or purchasing agreements
    • Providing specialized post-production services including dailies, digital intermediate, archival and data services for feature film, episodic television and commercial projects
    • Selling photographic expendables and merchandise related to our business
    • Supporting the utilization of Panavision mobile applications
    • Managing and liaising with distributors and accredited Panavision resellers
    • Paying and liaising with suppliers
    • Transacting e-commerce activities, including purchasing and confirmation details
    • Performing credit reference checks for new account applications
Processing necessary for us to comply with our legal obligations:
    • Complying with all relevant laws and regulations
    • Adhering to best practice under government and regulatory bodies including the Information Commissioner’s Office, HMRC and others
    • Responding to requests from you to exercise your data subject access rights
    • Processing information regarding a crime or offence and support associated proceedings
    • Monitoring activities and safeguard your welfare on our premises
    • Protecting Panavision, our employees and customers through appropriate legal action against third parties who have committed a criminal act or are in breach of their legal obligations.
Processing based on our legitimate interests:
    • Reviewing, testing, and improving the performance of our equipment and services
    • Ensuring effective governance across all Panavision affiliates
    • Sending promotional communications (which are relevant and tailored to your interests) regarding our products and services and/or invitations to corporate events, trade shows, industry forums, and distribution of newsletters, etc.
    • Detecting, investigating, reporting, and seeking to prevent financial and other crime
    • Supporting industry forums and promoting collaboration between our customers, industry professionals and interested individuals
    • Marketing activities such as research, analysis, and invitations to corporate events, industry forums, trade shows, and distribution of newsletters
    • Managing and auditing of our business operations including accounting
To protect you as our customer, our premises, assets and business partners from crime, we also operate CCTV security systems in a number of our premises and car parks which record images for security. We do this on the basis of our legitimate business interests. Processing with your consent In specific circumstances, we will use your consent as the basis for processing your personal information, for example, where we are required by applicable law to obtain your prior consent in order to send you marketing communications or when you request that we share your personal data with someone else and obtain your consent to that. Before collecting and/or using any special categories of data (for example, information about your health or criminal record data), we will establish a lawful exemption which will allow us to use that information.  This exemption will typically be:
    • Your explicit consent;
    • The establishment, exercise or defense by us or third-party legal claims; or
    • Other uses allowed by applicable law including context-specific exemptions provided for under local laws of EU Member States and other countries implementing the GDPR.

Chapter 5 How and when you can withdraw consent

The majority of what we do with your personal data is not based on your consent and is instead based on other legal grounds discussed above. For processing that is based on your consent, you have the right to revoke that consent for future processing at any time. You can do this by contacting us using the contact details for the data protection officer provided in this Notice. The consequence of withdrawing your consent may be that we cannot send you promotional or marketing material.

Chapter 6 What personal data do we collect from you?

The type of personal data that we collect depends on the products and services you receive from us and may include your:
    • Name, age/date of birth and gender
    • Contact details: postal address including billing and delivery addresses, telephone numbers (including mobile numbers) and e-mail address
    • Purchases, orders and rental/leasing agreements made by you
    • On-line browsing activities on Panavision websites
    • Mobile applications utilization
    • Password(s)
    • Communication and marketing preferences
    • Location
    • Details that are stored in documents in different formats, or copies of them. This could include things like your passport, driving license or other personal identifiers if required for us to comply with our legal and regulatory requirements
    • Details on the devices and technology that you use
    • Personal data that we obtain from Credit Reference agencies
    • Your image which may be recorded on CCTV when you visit our premises, and
    • Correspondence and communications with us, including voicemails, emails, and text messages
This list is not exhaustive and we don’t use all this personal data in the same way. Some of it is used for marketing or promotional purposes or for providing services to you and some of the information is sensitive and we use it in a private and ethically responsible way.

Chapter 7 What is the source of your personal data?

Data you give us We typically collect your personal data directly from you and the means of collecting that information includes:  Information entered when you apply for our products or services, either via our site or via paper application forms
    • Face-to-face meetings and  telephone calls
    • Customer site visits
    • Trade shows and industry events
    • Emails, letters and other correspondence you have with us
    • Details of transactions you carry out with us
    • Information we have gathered from asking you to respond or subscribe to our newsletters or collaboration forums
Data from other parties we work with From time to time we may also receive personal data from trusted third parties.
    • Credit reference agencies
    • Panavision agencies and resellers
    • Fraud prevention agencies
    • Freelancers or agents working on our behalf
    • Insurance companies
    • Government and law enforcement agencies
Data from your use of our services
    • Payment and transaction data
    • Email addresses and user ids
    • We may also collect information derived from cookies, which will include your IP Address, unless you have set your browser not to accept cookies
    • We may collect information about your computer, including where available your IP address, operating system, and browser type
    • We may collect mobile application utilization data

Chapter 8 What are cookies?

A cookie is a text file which contains small amounts of information that a website may store on your computer, tablet, or mobile device when you visit a website. The information is used by the website to send information to your browser in order to make websites work more efficiently and in certain instances to deliver a more personalized service. Our websites may use cookies to collect basic information about your operating system and browser type, but are not used to collect information which can be used to personally identify individuals. At any point, you may wish to block cookies by activating the appropriate settings on your browser which allows you to refuse the setting of cookie. However, this may mean that you might be unable to access certain elements of our sites. For more information, please see our Cookie Policy.

Chapter 9 How long do we keep your personal information?

Whenever we collect or process your personal data we will only keep it for as long as is necessary for the purposes for which it was collected. At the end of that retention period, your data will be either deleted completely or anonymized so that is no longer identifies you as an individual but can be used by use for reporting and analysis purposes. For more information about how long we keep your data for, please contact the Data Protection Officer at dataprivacy@Panavision.com.

Chapter 10 Who we may share your personal data with?

On occasions, we may share your personal data with other members of the Panavision group. Contracted Third Parties We will not disclose your personal information to third parties other than as described in this Notice unless we have your permission or are permitted to do so by law. On occasions, we may share your personal data with other members of the Panavision group as necessary to meet the purposes for which the information was originally collected. Third-party contractors and/or vendors engaged by us to provide services may also have access to your personal information. These third parties will be subject to their own data protection requirements providing the same or greater level of security provided by Panavision and in most instances will also have entered into a written agreement with us which addresses the protection of your personal information. We will disclose your personal data in order to comply with any legal regulations or to enforce or to protect our rights, property or safety of our customer or other persons with which we hold a business relationship. This includes responding to requests from law enforcement agencies, regulators or courts, or to subpoenas, search warrants, or other legal requests or in circumstances where privacy rights are superseded by the risk of harm to an individual. International Transfers of Information We are a global organization and may transfer certain personal information across geographical borders and may store information in a jurisdiction other than where you live including outside of the EU. We will take all appropriate steps to ensure that transfers of personal information are in accordance with applicable law and carefully managed to protect your privacy rights and interests, and transfers are limited to countries which are recognized as providing an adequate level of legal protection or where we can be satisfied that alternative arrangements are in place to protect your privacy rights.  Safeguards include contractual obligations imposed on the recipients of your personal data. Those obligations require the recipient to protect your personal data to the standard required in the EU.  

Chapter 11 Your EU Rights

If your personal information is processed by a Panavision entity in the EU, then subject to certain exemptions, and dependent on how and why we use it, you have certain rights in relation to your personal information. We have included a list of your individual rights below, however they do not apply in all circumstances. In cases where we are processing your personal data on the basis of our legitimate interest, you can ask us to stop for reasons connected to your individual situation. We are required to do so unless we believe we have a legitimate overriding reason to continue processing your personal data. We may also not always be able to fully comply with your request if, for example, we have a duty of confidentiality to other parties in specific circumstances. If we choose not to take action on your request we will explain the reasons for our refusal.  The right to be informed – we must be transparent with you about the processing that we do with respect to your personal data.  This Notice provides you with the necessary detail regarding how we collect and process your personal data. Your right to be informed may be relevant if you consider it necessary to ask for more information about what we do with your personal data. You have the right to request access to the personal data held about you, to obtain confirmation that it is being processed, and to obtain certain prescribed information about how we process it; however, your request may be assessed on the basis of ‘reasonableness’ with consideration given to the difficulty, practicality, and expense of providing the requested information. Exercising your right to access your personal information may assist you if you wish to find out what personal data we have about you to then determine if you can exercise other rights (those outlined below).  The right to object applies to processing of your personal data where it is based on legitimate interests and where your data is processed for direct marketing or processed for the purposes of collating statistical information.  Your rights to object may be relevant if you wish to find out more about what legitimate interests we rely on, as an example (they are listed in our Notice above).  You are entitled at any time to restrict processing or ‘block’ the use of your personal data in certain circumstances, such as where you believe your personal data is not accurate (until the accuracy can be verified). In processing your request, we will consider whether our legitimate interests override your own. The right to have your personal data erased, also known as the “right to be forgotten” enables you to request the deletion or removal of personal data where there is no compelling reason for its continued use.  This right is not absolute and only in particular circumstances where, for example, retaining your personal data is no longer necessary in relation to the purpose for which it was originally collected. Requests for erasure may be refused in some circumstances such as where the personal data must be retained to comply with a legal obligation or to exercise or defend legal claims. You have the right to request to have your personal data corrected if it is inaccurate and to have incomplete personal data completed in certain circumstances (also known as the right to rectification). Where we have disclosed the personal data in question to other organizations, we must also inform them of the rectification wherever possible.  The right to data portability allows you to obtain and reuse your personal data for your own purposes across different services; to move, copy or transfer their personal data easily from one environment to another in a safe and secure way without hindrance to usability.  Due to the nature of internal processes, this right has limited applicability within Panavision because it is only relevant where personal data is being processed based on a consent or for performance of a contract which is carried out by automated means. It differs from the right of access described above where typically you are able to obtain more detailed information. You may exercise your rights in relation to automated decision making in circumstances which have a legal effect or otherwise significantly affects you. This right allows individuals in certain circumstances to access certain safeguards against the risk that a potentially damaging decision is taken solely without human intervention. In specific instances, you have the right to request human intervention and an explanation of the automated decision and you may be able to challenge that decision. If you reside in the EU and would like to exercise your individual rights, please contact our Data Protection Officer using the details at the beginning of this Notice. We will respond within one month.    In addition, you also have the right to complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office (www.ico.org.uk) which regulates the processing of personal data by Panavision. Marketing We will keep you informed of Panavision products, services and events that we believe are of interest unless you inform us you no longer want to receive further information. If at any time you wish to stop receiving marketing information from Panavision you can notify us by using the opt-out or unsubscribe link attached to all of our marketing emails or contact our Data Protection Officer to exercise your right to stop all forms of marketing (post and email). Children It is Panavision’s policy to never knowingly collect or maintain information about anyone under the age of 16. No portion of this Website, downloadable files, images, or other data may be reproduced in any form, or by any means, without prior written approval of Panavision Inc., or as otherwise provided above. Copyright © 2019, Panavision International, L.P.  – All rights reserved.
Date d’Effet : 24 juillet 2019.

Comment la Société utilise les informations personnelles au sein de l’Union Européenne

La présente lettre d’information de Panavision sur la protection de la vie privée au sein de l’Union européenne s’applique à Panavision Inc. (ci-après la « Société ») et à ses filiales (comprenant Light Iron, Panalux, Lee Filters, Direct Digital, et Island Studios) et présente les raisons et les modalités d’utilisation des données personnelles collectées concernant des résidents de l’Union européenne. La présente lettre énumère également vos droits en matière de protection de votre vie privée et la manière dont les dispositions applicables vous protègent. Les « données personnelles » au sens de la présente lettre visent toute information qui vous concerne en tant que personne identifiable. La Société vous invite à lire la présente lettre afin que vous ayez conscience du type de données personnelles collectées vous concernant et de l’utilisation qui en est faite par la Société, et des modalités d’exercice de vos droits. La Société a conscience de l’importance de votre vie privée et s’engage de ce fait à conserver vos données de manière à en assurer la sécurité et la confidentialité.

Modifications de la présente lettre

La Société se réserve le droit de modifier ou d’amender à tout moment la présente lettre. Si tel est le cas, la date de révision située en haut de cette page sera aussi modifiée. La Société vous recommande de vous reporter régulièrement à la présente lettre afin de vous tenir informé des mises à jour sur la façon dont la Société protège vos informations.

Présentation de la Société

Le groupe Panavision est une entreprise mondiale composée de nombreuses entités. Elles comptent parmi les fournisseurs de produits et de services de production et de postproduction du secteur du divertissement les plus connus et les plus respectés au monde. En tant que tels, la Société a conscience de l’importance de préserver la confidentialité de vos informations privées. Panavision est un “Responsable de Traitement”, qui est le terme juridique adopté par le règlement général sur la protection des données (ou « RGPD »). Ce faisant, la Société prend les décisions opportunes sur la façon dont elle collecte et utilise vos données personnelles ainsi que sur les finalités de cette collecte et de cette utilisation. En tant que “Responsable de Traitement”, la Société doit veiller à ce que vos données personnelles soient utilisées aux seules fins pour lesquelles elles ont été initialement collectées et ce en conformité avec toutes les dispositions applicables en matière de protection des données. Par ailleurs, pour tout problème ou question que vous pourriez avoir concernant la présente lettre ou si vous avez besoin d’informations complémentaires sur la façon dont la Société utilise vos informations personnelles, la Société vous invite à contacter notre Délégué à la Protection des Données à l’adresse dataprivacy@Panavision.com.

Comment la loi vous protège

Les dispositions applicables en matière de protection des données exigent que la Société se fonde sur un motif juridique pour procéder à l’utilisation de vos informations personnelles. La loi définit la base sur laquelle la Société collecte vos informations ainsi que la finalité pour laquelle ces informations sont utilisées. Tout traitement de vos informations personnelles doit reposer sur l’un (voire plusieurs) des motifs suivants :
    • Pour l’exécution d’un contrat vous liant à la Société pour la fourniture de produits ou services, ou
    • Lorsque le traitement est nécessaire afin que la Société se conforme à ses obligations légales, ou
    • Lorsque vous avez consenti au traitement, ou
    • Lorsque le traitement est effectué dans l’intérêt légitime de la Société.
Un tel intérêt légitime existe lorsque la Société justifie d’un motif propre de nature commerciale au traitement de vos informations personnelles ; toutefois, cet intérêt légitime ne peut pas, en tout état de cause, prévaloir sur vos propres intérêts ou les affecter de manière significative. Le paragraphe suivant fournit des exemples sur la façon dont la Société peut utiliser vos informations personnelles et présente les fondements juridiques sur lesquels elle se fonde pour le faire. Traitement nécessaire pour exécuter un contrat vous liant à la Société pour mettre en place un nouveau compte ou fournir des biens ou services :
    • Gérer votre compte avec la Société, y compris en répondant à vos demandes, en évaluant les demandes d’ouverture de nouveaux comptes ; administrer et gérer des comptes et registres financiers ; préparer des devis, des factures, des bordereaux de livraison et des invitations à retirer un envoi ; et livrer des commandes, recouvrer des paiements et mettre à jour des registres
    • Partager des données personnelles avec des prestataires de services tiers spécifiques incluant des prestataires de services de paiement et de délivrance de cartes de crédit
    • Administrer et gérer des contrats de location, de leasing et/ou des contrats d’achat
    • Fournir des services de postproduction spécialisés incluant des épreuves de tournage, des services d’intermédiaire numérique, des services d’archivage et de données pour des longs métrages, des séries télévisuelles et des projets commerciaux
    • Vendre des consommables pour la photographie et des marchandises en lien avec l’activité de la Société
    • Apporter une assistance aux utilisateurs des applications mobiles de Panavision
    • Gérer et assurer l’interface avec les distributeurs et les revendeurs Panavision agréés
    • Payer et assurer l’interface avec les fournisseurs
    • Effectuer des opérations d’e-commerce, ce qui inclue la manipulation d’informations relatives à l’achat et à la confirmation
    • Effectuer des contrôles de notes de crédit pour les demandes d’ouverture de comptes
Traitement nécessaire à la mise en conformité de la Société à ses obligations légales :
    • Se conformer à toutes dispositions légales et règlementaires applicables
    • Adhérer aux meilleures pratiques recommandées par les autorités gouvernementales et réglementaires comprenant la Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés, la Direction générale des Finances publiques et d’autres
    • Répondre à vos demandes d‘exercice de vos droits personnels d’accès
    • Traiter des informations concernant un crime ou un délit et fournir une assistance dans les procédures y afférentes
    • Surveiller les activités et préserver votre bien-être dans les locaux de la Société
    • Protéger Panavision, ses employés et clients en engageant les actions légales appropriées contre les tiers qui ont commis une infraction ou ont manqué à leurs obligations légales.
Traitement basé sur les intérêts légitimes de la Société :
    • Contrôler, tester et améliorer la performance des équipements et services de la Société
    • Assurer une gouvernance efficace dans toutes les filiales de Panavision
    • Envoyer des communications promotionnelles (qui sont pertinentes et adaptées à vos intérêts) concernant les produits et services de la Société et/ou des invitations à des évènements d’entreprise, des salons commerciaux, à des forums du secteur, et la distribution de newsletters, etc.
    • Détecter, enquêter, faire des rapports et chercher à prévenir des infractions financières et autres infractions.
    • Apporter un soutien aux forums du secteur et promouvoir la collaboration entre nos clients, les professionnels du secteur et les personnes intéressées
    • Mettre en œuvre les activités marketing telles que la recherche, l’analyse et les invitations aux évènements d’entreprise, forums du secteur, salons commerciaux, et distribution de newsletters
    • Gérer et auditer les opérations de la Société y compris la comptabilité
Afin de vous protéger en tant que client de la Société et de protéger les locaux, actifs et partenaires commerciaux de la Société contre toute infraction, la Société utilise aussi des systèmes de vidéosurveillance dans un certain nombre de ses locaux ainsi que dans les parkings, lesquels enregistrent des images pour des raisons de sécurité. La Société y procède sur le fondement de ses intérêts commerciaux légitimes. Traitement avec votre consentement Dans certaines circonstances, la Société se fondera sur votre consentement pour procéder au traitement de vos données personnelles. Ce sera le cas par exemple, si la Société doit obtenir, conformément aux dispositions légales applicables, votre consentement préalable pour vous adresser des communications marketing ou lorsque vous demandez à ce que la Société partage vos données personnelles avec une autre personne et que la Société obtient votre consentement à cet effet. Avant de collecter et/ou d’utiliser toute donnée relevant de catégories spéciales (celles portant, par exemple,  sur votre santé ou votre casier judiciaire), la Société démontrera l’existence d’une exception légalement admise lui permettant d’utiliser cette donnée. Cette exception consistera, dans la plupart des cas, en :
    • Votre consentement explicite ;
    • La constatation, l’exercice ou la défense de droits par la Société ou par un tiers ; ou
    • D’autres utilisations permises par les dispositions légales applicables, ce qui inclue des exceptions spécifiques résultant des et qui sont prévues par les droits des États membres de l’UE et d’autres Etats adoptant le RGPD.

Comment et quand révoquer votre consentement

L’utilisation que la Société fait dans la plupart des cas de vos données personnelles ne repose pas sur votre consentement mais sur d’autres fondements juridiques évoqués ci-dessus. Pour le traitement basé sur votre consentement, vous avez le droit de révoquer ce consentement à tout moment pour tout traitement à venir. Vous pouvez aussi le faire en contactant la Société : il vous suffit de prendre contact avec le délégué à la protection des données aux coordonnées reproduites dans la présente lettre. La révocation de votre consentement peut éventuellement empêcher la Société de vous adresser du matériel promotionnel ou marketing.

Quelles données personnelles vous concernant sont collectées par la Société ?

Le type de données personnelles que la Société collecte dépend des produits et services que vous recevez de sa part et peut inclure votre :
    • Nom, âge/date de naissance et genre ;
    • Coordonnées de contact: adresse postale y compris les adresses de facturation et de livraison ; numéros de téléphone (numéros de portable inclus) et l’adresse email ;
    • Vos achats, commandes et contrats de location/leasing ;
    • Navigation sur les sites internet de Panavision ;
    • Utilisation des applications mobiles ;
    • Mot(s) de passe ;
    • Préférences de communication et de marketing ;
    • Localisation ;
    • Informations stockées dans des documents de formats différents, ou leurs copies. Cela peut inclure votre passeport, permis de conduire ou autres identifiants personnels s’ils sont nécessaires à la mise en conformité de la Société avec ses obligations légales et réglementaires ;
    • Détails sur les appareils et la technologie que vous utilisez ;
    • Données personnelles que la Société obtient auprès d’agences de référence de crédit ;
    • Votre image qui peut être enregistrée par les caméras de vidéosurveillance lorsque vous venez dans les locaux de la Société, et
    • La correspondance et les communications avec la Société, y compris les messages vocaux, emails et messages sous forme de texte.
Cette liste n’est pas exhaustive et la Société n’utilise pas toutes ces données personnelles de la même manière. Certaines sont utilisées à des fins marketing ou promotionnelles ou pour vous fournir des services. Certaines de ces informations étant sensibles, la Société veille à les utiliser en toute confidentialité et avec éthique.

D’où proviennent vos données personnelles?

Les données que vous donnez à la Société Généralement, la Société collecte vos données personnelles directement auprès de vous. Les moyens permettant de collecter ces informations incluent :
    • Les informations saisies lorsque vous demandez à recevoir les produits ou services de la Société, soit via son site ou par formulaire de demande sous format papier ;
    • Les rencontres en personne et appels téléphoniques ;
    • Les visites du site par des clients ;
    • Les salons commerciaux et évènements du secteur du divertissement ;
    • Les emails, lettres et autres correspondances que vous entretenez avec la Société ;
    • Les détails des transactions que vous effectuez avec la Société ;
    • les informations rassemblées sur invitation de la Société à répondre à ses newsletters ou forums de collaboration ou de vous y abonner.
Données provenant d’autres parties avec lesquelles la Société travaille A tout moment, la Société peut aussi recevoir des informations personnelles provenant de tiers de confiance.
    • Agences de référence de crédit ;
    • Agences et revendeurs Panavision ;
    • Agences de prévention de fraudes ;
    • Indépendants ou agents travaillant pour le compte de la Société ;
    • Sociétés d’assurances ;
    • Agences gouvernementales et agences chargées de l’application des dispositions légales et règlementaires.
Données obtenues lorsque vous utilisez les services de la Société
    • Données relatives au paiement et à la transaction ;
    • Adresses email et identifiants d’utilisateur ;
    • La Société peut aussi être amenée à collecter les informations dérivées des cookies ce qui inclut votre adresse IP, à moins que vous n’ayez configuré votre navigateur pour ne pas accepter de cookies ;
    • La Société peut aussi être amenée à collecter des informations sur votre ordinateur, ce qui peut inclure le cas échéant des informations sur votre adresse IP, sur votre système d’exploitation et sur votre type de navigateur ;
    • La Société peut aussi être amenée à collecter les données relatives à l’utilisation des applications mobiles.

Que sont les cookies?

Un cookie est un fichier sous forme de texte qui contient de petites quantités d’informations qu’un site internet peut stocker sur votre ordinateur, tablette ou appareil mobile, lorsque vous visitez un site internet. Ces informations sont utilisées par le site web pour envoyer des informations à votre navigateur afin que les sites internet fonctionnent plus efficacement et, dans certains cas, pour fournir un service plus personnalisé. Les sites internet de la Société peuvent être amenés à utiliser des cookies pour collecter des informations de base sur votre système d’exploitation, votre adresse IP et sur votre type de navigateur. Vous pouvez choisir à tout moment de bloquer les cookies en activant les paramètres adéquats sur votre navigateur qui vous permettent de refuser l’enregistrement de cookies. Cependant, cela peut avoir pour conséquence l’incapacité à accéder à certains éléments des sites de la Société. Veuillez consulter notre politique de traitement des cookies.

Quelle est la durée de conservation de vos données personnelles par la Société ?

Lorsque la Société collecte ou traite vos données personnelles, elle ne les conserve que durant le temps nécessaire à l’accomplissement des objectifs pour lesquelles elles ont été collectées. À la fin de cette période de conservation, vos données seront soit supprimées intégralement ou anonymisées de sorte à ce que vous ne soyez plus identifié en tant que personne physique. Cependant, elles peuvent être utilisées à des fins d’analyse et de reporting.

Avec qui partage-t-elle éventuellement vos données personnelles?

Dans certains cas, la Société peut partager vos données personnelles avec d’autres membres du groupe Panavision. Tiers Contractants La Société ne divulguera pas vos informations personnelles à des tiers autres que ceux visés par la présente lettre à moins que la Société obtienne votre accord ou si elle y est autorisée par la loi. Dans certains cas, la Société peut communiquer si nécessaire vos données personnelles à d’autres membres du groupe Panavision pour atteindre les objectifs pour lesquels elles ont été initialement collectées. Les tiers contractants et/ou fournisseurs auxquels la Société fait appel pour la fourniture de services peuvent également avoir accès à vos informations personnelles. Ces tiers seront soumis à des exigences de protection des données qui leur sont propres et qui assurent au moins le même niveau de sécurité que celui garanti par Panavision. Par ailleurs, dans la plupart des cas, ils concluront un accord écrit avec la Société portant sur la protection de vos informations personnelles. La Société divulguera vos données personnelles afin de se conformer à toute réglementation ou pour faire appliquer ou protéger ses droits, protéger les biens ou la sécurité de ses clients ou d’autres personnes avec lesquelles la Société est en relation d’affaires. Cela inclut les réponses apportées aux demandes formulées par les autorités judiciaires, les régulateurs ou tribunaux ou celles apportées aux assignations, mandats de perquisition, ou autres demandes légales ou dans le cadre de  circonstances dans lesquelles le risque de préjudice à autrui primera sur les droits à la protection de la vie privée. Transferts Internationaux d’Informations La Société est une organisation mondiale et peut être amenée à transférer certaines informations personnelles sans avoir de contraintes en termes de frontières géographiques. Elle peut aussi enregistrer des informations dans un état autre que celui dans lequel vous vivez, y compris en dehors de l’UE. La Société prendra toutes les mesures appropriées pour s’assurer que les transferts d’informations personnelles s’effectuent en conformité avec les dispositions légales applicables et avec le soin nécessaire pour protéger vos droits au respect de la vie privée et vos intérêts. De plus, les transferts sont limités aux pays assurant, de manière certaine, un niveau de protection juridique adéquat ou dans lesquels la Société est assurée de l’existence de dispositifs alternatifs visant à protéger vos droits au respect de la vie privée. Les garanties de protection impliquent le respect d’obligations contractuelles pesant sur les destinataires de vos données personnelles. Ces obligations exigent du destinataire qu’il protège vos données personnelles selon les normes applicables dans l’UE.

Vos droits dans l’UE

Si vos informations personnelles sont traitées par une entité de Panavision dans l’UE, alors, sous réserve de certaines exceptions, et en fonction de la manière dont la Société les utilise et de la finalité de cette utilisation, vous disposez de droits relatifs à vos informations personnelles. Vous trouverez ci-dessous une liste de vos droits personnels qui néanmoins ne s’appliquent pas en toutes circonstances. Dans les cas où la Société traite vos données personnelles sur la base de son intérêt légitime, vous pouvez lui demander d’arrêter le traitement pour des raisons liées à votre situation personnelle. La Société sera tenue de se conformer à votre demande, à moins qu’elle n’estime avoir une raison légitime impérative de continuer le traitement de vos données personnelles. Il est aussi possible que la Société ne soit pas toujours en mesure de satisfaire entièrement à votre demande si, par exemple, elle est soumise, dans certains cas, à un devoir de confidentialité envers d’autres parties. Si la Société décide de ne pas donner suite à votre demande, et de ne pas prendre les mesures sollicitées, elle vous fournira les motifs de son refus. Le droit d’être informé – La Société est soumise à un devoir de transparence envers vous concernant le traitement de vos données personnelles auquel elle procède. La présente lettre vous donne les informations nécessaires sur la façon dont la Société collecte et traite vos données personnelles. Vous pouvez notamment exercer votre droit d’être informé si vous estimez que cela est nécessaire afin de demander plus d’informations sur l’usage que la Société fait de vos données. Vous avez le droit de demander d’avoir accès aux données personnelles vous concernant que la Société détient afin que vous puissiez obtenir la confirmation de leur traitement ainsi que des informations complémentaires sur la façon dont elles sont traitées. Toutefois, votre demande peut être sujette à appréciation en fonction de critères liés à son « caractère raisonnable » compte tenu de la difficulté à fournir les informations demandées, du caractère pratique de cette demande et du coût afférent à la fourniture des informations demandées. L’exercice de votre droit d’accès à vos informations personnelles peut vous aider, si vous le souhaitez, à déterminer quelles données personnelles la Société détient vous concernant afin que vous puissiez ensuite décider d’exercer ou non d’autres droits (présentés ci-dessous). Le droit d’opposition s’applique au traitement de vos données personnelles lorsqu’il repose sur votre intérêt légitime et lorsque vos données sont traitées pour le marketing direct ou traitées aux fins de compiler des données statistiques. A titre d’exemple, vous pouvez notamment exercer votre droit d’opposition si vous souhaitez avoir des compléments d’information sur la nature des intérêts légitimes sur lesquels la Société se fonde, (ils sont listés dans la présente lettre ci-dessus). Vous êtes à tout moment en droit de demander la limitation du traitement ou le « blocage » de l’utilisation de vos données personnelles dans certaines circonstances si, par exemple, vous estimez que vos données personnelles ne sont pas exactes (jusqu’à ce que leur exactitude puisse être vérifiée). En traitant votre demande, la Société vérifiera si ses intérêts légitimes priment sur les vôtres. Le droit d’obtenir la suppression de vos données personnelles, aussi connu sous l’appellation de « droit à l’oubli » vous permet de demander la suppression ou le retrait des données personnelles lorsqu’il n’y a pas de raison impérative de continuer à les utiliser. Ce droit n’est pas absolu et ne vaut que dans des circonstances particulières dans lesquelles, par exemple, la conservation de vos données personnelles n’est plus nécessaire pour atteindre l’objectif pour lequel elles avaient été initialement collectées. Les demandes de suppression peuvent être refusées dans certaines circonstances, notamment lorsque les données personnelles doivent être conservées pour satisfaire aux obligations légales ou pour exercer des droits ou les défendre lors d’une action en justice. Vous avez le droit de demander la rectification de vos données personnelles si elles sont erronées et de compléter les données personnelles incomplètes dans certaines circonstances (aussi appelé droit de rectification). Lorsque la Société a divulgué les données personnelles en question à d’autres organisations, la Société doit, lorsque c’est possible, les informer de la rectification. Le droit à la portabilité des données vous permet d’obtenir et de réutiliser vos données personnelles selon vos besoins dans différents services; pour déplacer, copier ou transférer vos données personnelles facilement d’un environnement à un autre de façon sécurisée sans que leur utilisation ne soit restreinte. Du fait de la nature des procédures internes, ce droit n’a qu’une portée limitée chez Panavision car il n’est pertinent que dans les cas où les données personnelles sont traitées en vertu d’un consentement ou pour l’exécution d’un contrat en utilisant des moyens automatisés. Il diffère du droit d’accès décrit ci-dessus qui vous permet en général d’obtenir des informations plus détaillées. Vous pouvez exercer vos droits relatifs aux décisions résultant de processus automatisés dans les circonstances dans lesquelles cela a un effet juridique ou vous affecte significativement. Ce droit permet, aux personnes physiques dans certaines circonstances, d’exercer certaines garanties contre le risque qu’une décision potentiellement dommageable soit prise sans aucune intervention humaine. Dans certains cas spécifiques, vous avez le droit de demander une intervention humaine et de solliciter une explication de la décision automatisée. Vous pouvez aussi être en mesure de la contester. Si vous résidez dans l’UE et que vous souhaitez exercer vos droits personnels, nous vous invitons à contacter le Délégué à la Protection des Données en utilisant les coordonnées figurant en tête de la présente lettre. La Société répondra à votre demande dans un délai d’un mois. Enfin, vous avez un droit de réclamation auprès de la Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (https://www.cnil.fr) qui est chargé de la régulation du traitement des données personnelles auquel procède Panavision. Marketing La Société vous tiendra informé de l’actualité concernant les produits, services et évènements de Panavision dont elle pense qu’ils sont susceptibles de vous intéresser, à moins que vous informiez la Société de votre souhait de ne plus recevoir d’informations. Si, à tout moment, vous ne souhaitez plus recevoir des informations commerciales de Panavision, vous pouvez en aviser la Société en utilisant le lien de désinscription ou de désabonnement joint à tous les courriels commerciaux ou contacter le Délégué à la Protection des Donnés pour exercer votre droit à mettre un terme à toute forme d’action commerciale (par voie postale et par email). Mineurs La politique de Panavision est de ne jamais collecter sciemment ou de conserver des informations concernant toute personne âgée de moins de 16 ans. Aucune partie du présent Site internet, fichier téléchargeable, image ou autre donnée ne peut être reproduite sous une forme ou par un moyen quelconque, sans avoir obtenu au préalable l’approbation écrite de Panavision Inc., ou en respectant les dispositions susmentionnées. Copyright © 2019, Panavision International, L.P. – Tous droits réservés.

For the fiscal year ended December 31, 2018

Panavision and its subsidiaries (including Light Iron, Panalux, Lee Filters, Direct Digital and Island Studios) are among the best-known and well-respected companies globally as providers of production and post-production products and services to the entertainment industry. We value integrity and transparency in the conduct of our business, and we are committed to responsible social and ethical business practices, including respect for human rights. These values have been established in Panavision’s Code of Business Conduct. This statement explains the steps that Panavision and all of its subsidiaries have taken to eliminate slavery and human trafficking from our supply chain as required by The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act and the UK Modern Slavery Act.

Panavision is a worldwide camera and production equipment rental and post production services company; therefore, our supply chain is global and complex. We require our suppliers to comply with the Panavision Supplier Code of Conduct (link) which prohibits our suppliers from using forced, bonded, indentured, prison or child labor. In addition, Panavision’s Standard Purchase Order Terms and Conditions (link) requires suppliers to comply with all applicable laws and regulations in furnishing goods and services to Panavision, including those regarding slavery and human trafficking of the countries in which Panavision does business, and allows Panavision to audit suppliers to determine compliance with the Panavision Supplier Code of Conduct and applicable law. If it is determined that a supplier is not in compliance with the Panavision Supplier Code of Conduct or applicable laws, Panavision has the ability to terminate our business relationship with that supplier. Panavision is commencing a review of suppliers in high-risk areas and developing a program of certification and verification, but currently does not contemplate utilizing third parties to conduct independent and unannounced audits or verifications.

Additionally, Panavision provides employees who have direct responsibility for supply chain management with informal training on our Supplier Code of Conduct which prohibits our suppliers from using forced, bonded, indentured, prison or child labor. Panavision employees are expected to act proactively, raising concerns about ethical issues and violations of our Code of Business Conduct or applicable laws and regulations. Employees who are aware of violations of the Code of Business Conduct or applicable laws and regulations must immediately bring it to the attention of their supervisors, human resources, the General Counsel or the Corporate Compliance Officer. Employees who do not act promptly to report noncompliance matters may be subject to disciplinary action up to and including termination.

Panavision’s audit committee of the Board of Directors, which is responsible for compliance matters, approved this statement on April 22, 2019.

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  1. ACCEPTANCE OF AGREEMENT. Seller agrees to perform the services and/or provide the items or service deliveries (collectively referred to as “Goods”), described in this purchase order (“Purchase Order”), in accordance with these terms and conditions (“Terms and Conditions”). Seller’s acknowledgment of this Purchase Order, or any commencement of work on the Goods subject to this Purchase Order, or its identification of or shipment of such Goods shall constitute an effective acceptance of this Purchase Order. Any acceptance of this Purchase Order is limited to acceptance of express terms and conditions contained on the face (front) page hereof or incorporated herein. Any proposal for additional or different items or any attempt by Seller to vary in any degree any of the terms of this offer in Seller’s acknowledgment or acceptance is hereby objected to and rejected as an attempt to materially alter this offer, and this offer shall be deemed accepted by Seller without said additional or different terms. Purchaser may treat this offer as rejected by Seller if Seller’s counter-offer varies the terms of the description, quality, price or delivery schedule of the Goods. If this Purchase Order shall be deemed an acceptance of a prior offer by Seller, such acceptance is limited to the express terms contained herein. This Writing does not constitute a firm offer within the meaning of Section 2205 of the California Commercial Code, and may be revoked by Purchaser at any time prior to acceptance by Seller. 
  1. TERMINATION FOR CONVENIENCE OF PURCHASER. Purchaser reserves the right to terminate this Purchase Order or any part hereof at its sole convenience at any time, without cause. Purchaser shall terminate by delivering to Seller a notice of termination (“Notice of Termination”) specifying the extent of termination. In the event of such termination, Seller shall immediately stop all terminated work hereunder and shall immediately cause any of its suppliers or subcontractors to cease such work. Seller shall be paid as the sole compensation a reasonable termination charge consisting of a percentage of the Purchase Order price reflecting the percentage of the work performed prior to the notice of termination, plus actual direct costs resulting from termination which were not previously paid for by Purchaser. Seller shall not be paid for any work done after receipt of the Notice of Termination, or for any costs incurred by Seller’s suppliers or subcontractors which Seller could reasonably have avoided, or for overhead, interest on claims, unamortized depreciation costs, general and administrative burden charges from this termination or anticipatory profits. If only part of the Purchase Order is terminated, Seller shall complete performance of the Purchase Order to the extent not terminated.  Seller shall deliver to Purchaser, as specified by Purchaser, any Goods completed but not delivered as of the time of the Notice of Termination.  Any payments made under this section will not exceed the aggregate price payable by Purchaser for finished Goods that would have been produced or performed by Seller under the applicable Purchase Order.  Any amount due to Seller will be reduced by any amount owed to Purchaser by Seller under any applicable purchase order, contract or otherwise.  Seller shall not deliver and Purchaser shall not make any payments to Seller for any undelivered Goods that are in Seller’s standard inventory or are readily marketable, unless Purchaser so elects to the contrary in writing. 

  1. TERMINATION FOR CAUSE. Purchaser may also terminate this Purchase Order or any part hereof for cause in the event of any default by Seller, or if the Seller fails to comply with any of the terms and conditions of this offer, violates or is in violation of any applicable law, or if Seller files or has filed against it a petition for reorganization or liquidation under the Bankruptcy Code or any other insolvency law providing for the relief of debtors. Late deliveries, partial deliveries, deliveries of defective Goods or Goods which do not conform to this Purchase Order, and failure to provide Purchaser, upon request, with reasonable assurances of future performance shall all be causes allowing Purchaser to terminate this Purchase Order for cause. Purchaser shall terminate by delivering to Seller a written Notice of Default Termination specifying the extent of such termination. In the event of such termination, Purchaser shall be liable to Seller only for the contract price of completed goods delivered and accepted, in accordance with the terms of this Purchase Order. Purchaser shall not be liable to Seller for any other amount. If only part of the Purchase Order is terminated, Seller shall complete performance of the Purchase Order to the extent not terminated. 

  1. WARRANTY. 4.1 Seller expressly warrants that all Goods furnished under this Purchase Order shall conform to all applicable descriptions, specifications, drawings, models, samples, representations, and appropriate standards, and will be free from defects in design, material and workmanship. Seller warrants that all such Goods will conform to any statements made on the containers or labels or advertisements for such Goods and that all Goods will be new and not contain any used or reconditioned parts, and will be adequately contained, packaged, marked and labeled. Seller warrants that all Goods furnished hereunder will be merchantable and will be safe and appropriate for the purpose for which Goods of such kind are used. If Seller knows or has reason to know the particular purpose for which Purchaser intends to use the Goods, Seller warrants that such Goods will be fit for such particular purpose. Inspection, test, acceptance and use of the Goods furnished hereunder shall not affect Seller’s obligation under this warranty, and such warranty shall survive inspection, test, acceptance and use. Seller’s warranty shall run to Purchaser, its successors, assigns, customers and users of the Goods. Seller agrees, at Purchaser’s option, to provide a full refund of the amount of the Goods, to replace Goods or to correct defects, malfunctions or non-conformities in any Goods not conforming to the foregoing warranty, without expense to Purchaser within ten (10) days of notification to Seller; provided Purchaser elects to offer Seller the opportunity to do so. In the event of a failure of Seller to correct defects in or replace non- conforming Goods promptly, Purchaser, after reasonable notice to Seller, may make such corrections or replace such Goods and charge Seller for the cost incurred by Purchaser in doing so together with incidental and consequential damages resulting from the breach of this warranty. 4.2 The foregoing warranty shall extend for a period of two (2) years from the date of delivery to Purchaser or for the period provided in Seller’s standard warranty covering the Goods, whichever is longer. Seller hereby agrees that it will make spare parts available to Purchaser for a period of five (5) years from the date of shipment at Seller’s then-current price, less applicable discounts. Additionally, Goods purchased shall be subject to all written and oral express warranties made by Seller’s agents, and to all warranties provided for by the California Commercial Code. All warranties shall be construed as conditions of sale as well as warranties and shall not be exclusive. Seller shall furnish to Purchaser Seller’s standard warranty and service guaranty applicable to the Goods.   

  1. PAYMENT; SETOFF. No payment shall be due from Purchaser until the submission by Seller of a correct invoice and all supporting documentation that Purchaser may reasonably request. Each invoice shall have a separate line item for each Good, shipping chargesapplicable taxes, expenses, and each and every item invoiced.  All line items shall have their separate corresponding amounts or prices.  Each invoice must be submitted within ninety (90) days of completion of services or delivery of items and must reference this Purchase Order Number. Purchaser shall be entitled to a three percent (3%) discount of the invoiced amount for all invoices that are submitted more than ninety (90) days after completion of services or delivery of items. If Seller fails to invoice within one hundred eighty (180) days after completion of services or delivery of items, Seller shall be deemed to have waived its rights to pursue Purchaser for the payments therefor, and Purchaser shall have no obligation to make any payments for such Goods. All claims for money due or to become due from Purchaser shall be subject to deduction or setoff by Purchaser by reason of any counterclaim of Purchaser arising out of this or any other transaction with Seller.   

  1. CHANGES. Purchaser shall have the right at any time before completion of the Goods under this Purchase Order to make changes in drawings, designs, specifications, materials, quantities, packaging, time and place of delivery and method of transportation. If any such changes cause any material increase or decrease in the cost or the time required for the performance, equitable adjustments shall be made in the contract price or delivery schedule to the extent affected, and this Purchase Order shall be modified in writing accordingly. Seller shall not make changes unless requested to do so in writing by an authorized representative of Purchaser. Seller agrees to accept any changes, subject to the adjustments provided for in this paragraph. Seller must assert its right to an adjustment under this clause within ten (10) days from the date of receipt of the changes. 

  1. INSPECTION AND TESTING. Payment for the goods delivered hereunder shall not constitute acceptance thereof. Purchaser shall have the right to inspect such goods and to reject any and all of said goods which are in Purchaser’s judgment defective or nonconforming. Rejected goods and goods supplied in excess of quantities called for herein or goods which are not delivered by the required delivery date may be returned to Seller at its expense. In addition to damages resulting from Seller’s breach and in addition to Purchaser’s other remedies, Purchaser may charge Seller all expenses of unpacking, examining, repacking, reshipping and storing such goods. In the event Purchaser receives goods with defects or non-conformities which are not apparent on examination, Purchaser reserves the right to require repair or replacement, as well as payment of damages, after discovery of defect or nonconformity. Nothing contained in this Purchase Order shall relieve in any way Seller from the obligation of testing, inspection and quality control. 

  1. DELIVERY. 8.1 Time is of the essence in performing this Purchase Order. If any delivery of items or rendering of services is not completed by the time promised, Purchaser reserves the right, without liability and in addition to its other rights and remedies, to terminate this Purchase Order by notice effective when received by Seller as to items not yet shipped or services not yet rendered and to purchase substitute items or services elsewhere and charge Seller with any loss incurred. 8.2 Delivery of Goods shall be made pursuant to the delivery schedule, via the carrier and to the place specified on the face of this Purchase Order or as all such delivery and logistics requirements may be communicated or amended from time to time by Purchaser. Purchaser reserves the right to return, shipping charges collect, all Goods received in advance of the delivery schedule. If no delivery schedule is specified, the order shall be filled promptly and delivery will be made by the most expeditious form of land transportation.  Seller shall use the least expensive carrier. Seller shall package all items in suitable containers and pallets that comply with all applicable laws and regulations to permit safe transportation and handling. Each delivered container must be labeled and marked to identify contents without opening and all boxes and packages must contain packing sheets listing contents. Purchaser’s Purchase Order number must appear on all shipping containers, packing sheets, delivery tickets, and bills of lading.  Unless otherwise specified in the Purchase Order, all shipping, customs, and logistic costs shall be the responsibility and liability of the Seller.  If the delivery of Goods is late and the Purchaser has not terminated the Purchase Order, then in addition to all other rights and remedies, the Seller shall deliver the Goods the fastest way possiblewithout any request from Purchaser, and Seller shall pay for all shipping costs and not charge Purchaser for any shipping charges related to the late delivery.   

  1. SPECIAL PURCHASER FEATURES. All special or unique designs, drawings, dies, plates, engravings, gauges, tools and features of Goods which have been supplied by Purchaser to Seller or which have been spcecially created to or developed for Purchaser by Seller (collectively “Special Purchaser Features”), shall be the property of Purchaser and shall be used only in items manufactured for Purchaser. In addition, Purchaser may use the special features in items manufactured by others that are incorporated into the Goods supplied hereunder. Seller shall assist Purchaser, at Purchaser’s expense, in obtaining such legal protection as may be available for the Special Purchaser Features, including, without limitation, patents, design patents, copyrights, and trademarks. Seller shall execute any and all instruments deemed by Purchaser to be necessary or desirable to obtain such protection and hereby irrevocably assigns and transfers to Purchaser all of Seller’s worldwide right, title, and interest to the Special Purchaser Features including all associated intellectual property rights. 

  1. INFRINGEMENT. Seller warrants that the Goods and the sale or use of the Goods supplied under this Purchase Order do not infringe on any patents, trade secrets, trademarks or copyrights, and Seller agrees upon receipt of notification to promptly assume full responsibility for defense of any actual or alleged claim, suit or proceeding which may be brought against Purchaser or its agents, customers or other vendors for alleged infringement, misuse, misappropriation, as well as for any alleged act of unfair competition resulting from similarity in design, trademark or appearance of Goods furnished hereunder. Seller further agrees to indemnify Purchaser, its successors, and all their related and affiliated entitiesand all their respective officers, directors, employees, agents and customers against any and all expenses, loss, royalties, profits and damages including court costs and reasonable attorneys’ fees resulting from any such claim, suit or proceeding, including any settlement. Purchaser may be represented by and actively participate through its own counsel in any such claim, suit or proceeding if it so desires, and the cost of such representation shall be paid by Seller. Purchaser shall hold Seller harmless for any expense or loss resulting from infringements of patents arising from Seller’s compliance with Purchaser’s designs and specifications.  Seller may not settle any claim, suit or proceeding which is brought against the Purchaser, without the Purchasers prior written signed consent, which shall not be unreasonably withheldas long as, such settlement does not require Purchaser to pay any money or anything of value, do or refrain from doing anything, or admit to any guilt or wrongdoing.   

  1. PROPRIETARY INFORMATION; CONFIDENTIALITY; ADVERTISING. Seller shall consider all information furnished by Purchaser to be confidential (“Confidential Information”) and shall not disclose any such information to any other person or use such information itself for any purpose other than performing this Purchase Order unless Seller obtains written signed permission from Purchaser to do so. This provision shall also apply to drawing specifications and other documents prepared by Seller for Purchaser in connection with this Purchase Order. Seller shall not use Purchaser’s trademarks, trade names, logos or advertise, publish, blog or post on social media or websites the fact that Purchaser has contracted to purchase goods from Seller, nor shall any information relating to the Purchase Order be disclosed without Purchaser’s prior written permission. Unless otherwise agreed in writing, no commercial, financial or technical information disclosed in any manner or at any time by Seller to Purchaser shall be deemed secret or confidential, and Seller shall have no rights against Purchaser with respect thereto except such rights as may exist under any laws, including, without limitation, patent laws. 

  1. INDEMNITY. Seller agrees to and shall defend, indemnify and hold harmless Purchaser its successors, and all their related and affiliated entities andall their respective  officers, directors, agents and employees from and against all claims, losses, damages, causes of action, suits and liabilities of every kind, including all expenses of litigation, court costs and attorneys’ fees, for injury to or death of any person, or for damage to any property, arising out of or in connection with any alleged or real defect, non-conformity or deficiency in the Goods furnished by Seller under the terms of this Purchase Order, from any act or omission of Seller, its agents, employees or subcontractors, failure of Seller, its agents, employees or subcontractors to fully perform any of its obligations under this Purchase Order including any terms and conditionsany data breaches of any Purchaser or Purchaser’s customers, Confidential Information, or from the failure of the Goods to comply with applicable statutes, regulations and accepted industry standards. This indemnity shall apply whether or not such injury, death or damage results in whole or in part from the design, manufacture, marketing, distribution of, or failure to warn about such defects in Seller’s own products or services, and whether such defect or defects be the sole or a concurring cause of the injury, death or damage.  Seller may not settle any claim, suit or proceeding which is brought against the Purchaser, without the Purchaser’s prior written consent, which shall not be unreasonably withheld, as long as, such settlement does not require Purchaser to pay any money or anything of value, do or refrain from doing anything, or admit to any guilt or wrongdoing.   

  1. SELLER RESPONSIBLE FOR TAXES AND RECORDS. Seller shall be solely responsible for filing the appropriate federal, state and local tax forms, and paying all such taxes or fees, including estimated taxes and employment taxes, due with respect to Seller’s receipt of payment under this Agreement. Seller further agrees to provide Purchaser with reasonable assistance in the event of a government audit of payments or other matters relating to this Purchase Order. Purchaser shall have no responsibility to pay or withhold from any payment to Seller under this Agreement, any federal, state or local taxes or fees. Purchaser will regularly report amounts paid to Seller by filing Form 1099-MISC, or such other form as applicable, with the Internal Revenue Service or other applicable foreign or domestic taxing authority. 

  1. INSURANCE. Seller shall be solely responsible for maintaining such adequate health, auto, workers’ compensation, unemployment compensation, disability, liability, and other insurance, as is required by law or as is the common practice in Seller’s trade or business, whichever affords greater coverage.  Upon request, Seller shall provide Purchaser with certificates of insurance or evidence of coverage before commencing performance under this Purchase Order. Seller shall provide adequate insurance coverage for any Purchaser property under the care, custody or control of Seller.  The certificate will provide that Purchaser will receive thirty (30) days prior written notice of any termination or reduction in the amount or scope of coverage.  Seller’s purchasing insurance or furnishing certificates of insurance will not release Seller of any of its obligations or liabilities under this Purchase Order. 

  1. IDENTIFICATION, RISK OF LOSS AND DESTRUCTION OF GOODS. Identification of the Goods shall occur in accordance with Section 2501 of the California Commercial Code. Title to the Goods shall pass to Purchaser upon receipt by it of the Goods at the Purchaser designated destination. If the Goods ordered are destroyed prior to title passing to Purchaser, Purchaser may at its option cancel the Purchase Order without cost or require delivery of substitute Goods of equal quantity and quality. Such delivery will be made as soon as commercially practicable. If loss of Goods is partial, Purchaser shall have the right to require delivery of the Goods not destroyed. Risk of loss shall remain with Seller until Goods have been properly received and signed for by Purchaser at their destination [Delivered Duty Paid (DDP): Purchaser designated destination, Incoterms 2010 and as amended or updated]. 

  1. DELAYS; FORCE MAJEURE. Purchaser may delay delivery or acceptance occasioned by causes beyond its control. Seller shall hold such Goods at the direction of Purchaser and shall deliver them when the cause affecting the delay has been removed. Purchaser shall be responsible only for Seller’s reasonable direct additional actual costs in holding the Goods or delaying performance of this Purchase Order at Purchaser’s request. 

  1. ASSIGNMENTS AND SUBCONTRACTING. No part of this Purchase Order, or any of Seller’s rights or obligations hereunder, may be assigned, novated or subcontracted by Seller without the prior written approval of Purchaser.  Any such consent by Purchaser shall not release Seller from, or limit any of Seller’s obligations under the applicable Purchase Order.  Seller warrants and guarantees that any such subcontractor’s performance will satisfy all requirements applicable to Seller under the applicable Purchase Order.   

  1. NON-SOLICITATION. Seller shall not solicit, for the purpose of diverting any business from Purchaser, any customer of Purchaser whose identity has been disclosed to Seller. 

  1. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR. Seller is and will remain an independent contractor and at no time will Seller represent itself to be an employee, agent, affiliate or representative of Purchaser.  Seller shall not assume or create any obligation on behalf of or in the name of Purchaser.   

  1. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. In no event shall Purchaser be liable for Seller’s anticipated or lost profits or for incidental or consequential damages. Purchaser’s liability on any claim of any kind for any loss or damage arising out of or in connection with or resulting from this Purchase Order or from the performance or breach hereof shall in no case exceed the price allocable to the Goods or unit thereof which gives rise to the claim. Purchaser shall not be liable for penalties of any description. SELLER SPECIFICALLY WAIVES, TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, ANY CLAIM FOR INCIDENTAL, RESERVOIR, SPECIAL, INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL AND EXEMPLARY DAMAGES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO MULTIPLE DAMAGES UNDER ANY DECEPTIVE TRADE PRACTICE OR CONSUMER PROTECTION LAWS, LOST PROFITS, LOST REVENUE, OR LOST SAVINGS, EVEN IF PURCHASER HAS BEEN ADVISED, OR KNEW, OR SHOULD HAVE KNOWN, OF THE POSSIBILITY THEREOF. 

  1. COMPLIANCE WITH LAWS AND REGULATIONS. In furnishing the Goods ordered hereunder, Seller shall comply with all applicable laws, regulations, directives, rules, interpretations, decisions, orders and directions of all federal, state and municipal governments and agencies and subdivisions thereof (altogether “Laws”). Purchaser is subject to the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 and United Kingdom Modern Slavery Act 2105. Sellers doing business with Purchaser are required to comply with Purchaser’s Supplier Code of Conduct on Purchaser’s website at http://www.panavision.com/legal. If a Seller fails to comply with Purchaser’s Supplier Code of Conduct, Purchaser may terminate this Purchase Order in accordance with Section 3 hereof. Purchaser reserves the right upon providing Seller with 24 hours’ notice to gain access to Seller’s facilities and records during normal business hours for the purpose of auditing Seller’s compliance with this Section.  Seller warrants that it, all its subcontractors, and all its Goods and services fully comply with all applicable laws, regulations and directives, including but not limited to laws, regulations and directives regarding the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977, United Kingdom Bribery Act 2010, any applicable trade, economic sanctions or export control laws and regulations, including but not limited to those administered by the U.S. Department of Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control, U.S. Department of Commerce and U.S. Department of State, United Kingdom Modern Slavery Act 2015, California Transparency in Supply Chains Act, California Prop 65, country of origin (19 U.S.C. 1304), disclosures, warnings, instructions, labeling, conflict minerals (Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act), Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive (RoHS), Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive (WEEE), any other applicable laws and regulations, and all laws, regulations and directives individually and collectively as amended.  Seller warrants that it and all its subcontractors have obtained all applicable licenses to comply with the International Traffic in Arms and Export Administration Regulations.  Seller warrants that all Purchaser and Purchaser’s customers Confidential Information (defined below) and personal information or personally identifiable information as defined in applicable laws (altogether “Personal Information”), shall be at all times kept secure to meet or exceed the highest industry standards of security and such Personal Information shall not be made available or disclosed to any third party without the prior written signed consent of the Purchaser.  If Seller has breached or suspected to have breached any Laws, then Seller shall immediately (no longer than 24 hours after becoming aware) notify Purchaser and promptly (no longer than 48 hours after becoming aware) follow up such notification in writing (sent via email or next day delivery).  If Seller knows or suspects that there has been, in whole or in part, a deletion, loss, breach, disclosure or made available to any third party of Personal Information, then Seller shall immediately (no longer than 24 hours after becoming aware) notify Purchaser and promptly (no longer than 48 hours after becoming aware) follow up such notification in writing (sent via email or next day delivery).  Any and all notifications shall include details as to what has occurred, how it has occurred, who is responsible, when it has occurred, where it occurred (including city, state, country) and what the Seller is doing to remedy the situation or minimize the damage.   

  1. MISCELLANEOUS. This Purchaser Order shall constitute the entire agreement between the parties relating to the Goods purchased hereunder. Any prior understandings, negotiations or representations, whether written or oral, have not been relied on by Seller in the acceptance of this Purchase Order, are expressly superseded, and shall not be admissible to vary the terms hereof. This Purchase Order cannot be altered except by an instrument in writing signed by an authorized officer of both parties. Purchaser’s failure to insist on performance of any of the terms or conditions herein or failure to exercise any right or privilege, or Purchaser’s waiver of any breach hereunder shall not be thereafter deemed to waive any other terms, conditions, or privileges, whether of the same or similar type. There shall be no waiver by course of dealings or performance. To be effective against Purchaser, any waiver must be in writing and signed by Purchaser. In case any one or more of the provisions contained in this Purchase Order should be invalid, illegal or unenforceable in any respect, the validity, legality or enforceability of the remaining provisions contained herein shall not in any way be affected or impaired thereby. Any obligations and duties which by their nature extend beyond the expiration or termination of this Purchase Order shall survive the expiration or termination of this Purchase Order. This Agreement and any dispute arising hereunder or relating hereto shall be interpreted and construed under the laws of the State of California, excluding any provision thereof that would direct the application of the laws of another jurisdiction. Any suit arising hereunder or relating hereto shall be brought in a court of competent jurisdiction resident in Los Angeles County in the State of California. 

Panavision values relationships with suppliers that are committed to manufacturing Panavision products under fair and safe labor conditions, and have implemented policies that prohibit human trafficking and slavery, harassment, abuse and discrimination in the workplace as well as bribery, corruption and extortion in the conduct of their business. Accordingly, in order to do business with Panavision, we require that our suppliers and subcontractors comply with our Supplier Code of Conduct. Panavision may elect to end its business relationship with a supplier if we determine that a particular supplier does not comply with our Supplier Code of Conduct.

  1. Prevention of Involuntary Labor: Suppliers shall not use any form of forced, bonded, indentured or prison labor. Employees shall not be required to surrender any government-issued identification, passports or work permits as a condition of employment.

  2. Child Labor: Suppliers shall not hire employees younger than 15, or the minimum age for completing compulsory education, or the minimum age of employment required by law in the country of manufacture, whichever is higher.

  3. Harassment and Abuse: Suppliers shall be committed to a workplace free of harassment and abuse. Suppliers shall uphold the human rights of its employees, and treat every employee with respect and dignity. Suppliers shall not subject any employee to harsh or inhumane treatment, including physical, sexual, psychological, or verbal harassment or abuse.

  4. Antidiscrimination: Suppliers shall not discriminate against any employee in hiring and employment practices based on race, gender, age, religion, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, nationality, political opinion, social or ethnic origin or any other condition that could give rise to discrimination.

  5. Health and Safety: Suppliers shall comply with applicable laws and regulations regarding workplace health and safety. Suppliers shall be committed to creating safe working conditions and a healthy work environment for all employees.

  6. Ethical Standards: Suppliers are held to the highest standards of integrity. Bribery, corruption and extortion, in any form, are strictly prohibited.

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