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FRANCE—Fashion industry: CNIL authorization to process conviction data to fight against IP rights infringement

The needs of the fashion industry have been taken into account by the CNIL in two noticeable decisions of April 28, 2011, by which the CNIL authorised Chanel SA to process data relating to offences and convictions for the management of the company’s intellectual property rights (trademarks, copyright, patents, design &models) and the management and the follow-up of pre-disputes and litigations.

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