This Policy is effective as of May 25, 2018.
If at any time you have questions about our practices or any of your rights described below, you may reach us through email@example.com. This inbox is actively monitored and managed by personnel trained in our policies, processing, and handling of personal data.
INFORMATION YOU PROVIDE US
Cree may also record information about how individuals access its website. This information is typically not personally identifiable and may include internet protocol (IP) addresses (or the DNS name associated with it) of the individual's device, the websites the user visited immediately prior to and upon exiting the site, and the browser software the individual is using to access the site. This information is used in to administer our systems and the website, and to make improvements to and protect the site.
Cree does not seek information from persons less than 13 years of age and no information should be submitted to Cree by anyone under 13 years of age.
How We Use It
Cree believes and supports Personal Data minimization and limiting use to those processing activities for which permission was given. Cree uses the personal information you provide as necessary to deliver our products or services, or as required for legal compliance or other lawful purposes. Cree uses your personal information to process and ship purchases, communicate with you via email, phone, or text messages and may send marketing materials if you chose to opt-in to marketing campaigns that you may also opt-out at any time. Cree takes reasonable steps to ensure that Personal Data is reliable for its intended use, accurate, complete, and current.
INFORMATION WE SHARE
YOUR CHOICES AND ACCESS
You may visit and browse our Site without providing any personal information, and you can always choose not to provide us with the personal information we request. However, choosing not to provide us with certain information that we request may prevent you from accessing or using certain portions of our Site.
If you would like to change any information you submitted to us, or if you want to opt-out of receiving future communications from us, please contact us. Upon request, when Cree acts as a Controller, as defined by global privacy regulations, Cree will provide individuals with reasonable access to their Personal Data to allow individuals the opportunity to correct, amend or delete Personal Data where it is inaccurate, or has been processed without your consent. A request may be denied under certain circumstances, such as where the burden or expense of providing access would be disproportionate to the risks to the privacy of the individual in the case in question, or where the rights of persons other than the individual would be violated.
When Cree is a processor, as defined by global privacy regulations, and not a Controller, it will take reasonable steps to help the appropriate Controller respond and will act on the reasonable direction of the Controller’s customers with respect to access.
Cree takes reasonable and appropriate measures to protect personal information from loss, misuse and unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration and destruction, considering the risks involved and the nature of the personal information.
Cree acknowledges that it is subject to the jurisdiction of the Federal Trade Commission for compliance and enforcement of the Privacy Shield and Swiss Privacy Shield.
RECOURSE, ENFORCEMENT AND LIABILITY
To contact Cree for Privacy Shield-related issues, please use one of the contact methods below:
For complaints that cannot be resolved, Cree commits to cooperate with the panel established by the EU data protection authorities (DPAs) or the Swiss Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner (FDPIC), as applicable, and comply with the advice given by the panel or Commissioner about Personal Data transferred from the EU or Switzerland. In order to facilitate the handling of complaints, individuals in the EU can choose to contact their national DPA or use the form located at this link:
Individuals in Switzerland can contact the Swiss Information Commissioner by visiting:
This independent dispute resolution process is provided at no cost to the individual. Under certain conditions an individual may choose to invoke binding arbitration to resolve any residual complaints not resolved by Cree or the DPAs or FDPIC, as appropriate. If an individual formally invokes binding arbitration, Cree will follow the terms set forth in Annex 1 of the Privacy Shield Framework. For more information on binding arbitration visit: