California Disclosures

2. California Disclosures

1. CA Privacy Rights

Your California Privacy Rights

California Civil Code Section 1798.83 permits customers of MALAI SUN AND SOUL LLC who are California residents to request certain information regarding our disclosure of personal information to third parties for their direct marketing purposes. To make such a request, please write to us at the following address:

MALAI SUN AND SOUL LLC - 1525 N PARK DRIVE SUITE 104, Weston, FL

As a California Resident you may have the right to:

  • Request that we provide you access to the following no more than twice

    in a 12-month period:

    • the categories and specific pieces of Personal Information that we

      have collected about you;

    • the categories of sources from which the Personal Information

      was collected;

    • the business or commercial purpose for collecting or sharing your

      Personal Information;

    • the categories of third parties with whom we share your Personal

      Information; and

    • the categories of Personal Information that are "sold" (as defined

      under California law) and the categories of third parties to whom

      the Personal Information was "sold."

  • Request that we delete your Personal Information, subject to certain

    exceptions; and

  • Opt out of any sales of your Personal Information that may be occurring.

    California residents also have the right not to receive discriminatory treatment for the exercise of any of the privacy rights described in this section. We will not discriminate against you because you have exercised any of your rights under California law.

    California Do Not Track Disclosure

    Do Not Track is a privacy preference that users can set in their web browsers. When a user turns on the Do Not Track signal, the browser sends a message to websites requesting them not to track the user. At this time, we do not respond to Do Not Track browser settings or signals. For information about Do Not Track, please visit: www.allaboutdnt.org.

    California Notice Of Financial Incentive

We may offer our customers a loyalty program that provides certain perks, such as discounts, rewards and special promotions. We may also provide other programs, such as sweepstakes, contests, newsletters, or other similar promotional campaigns (collectively, the "Programs"). When you sign up for one of our Programs, we will ask you to provide your name and contact information (such as email address and/or telephone number). Because our Programs involve the collection of personal information, they might be interpreted as a "financial incentive" program under California law. The value of your personal information to us is related to the value of the free or discounted products or services, or other benefits that you obtain or that are provided as part of the applicable Program. You may withdraw from participating in a Program at any time by contacting us using the designated method set forth in the applicable Program terms. Visit the terms and conditions page of each Program to view full details, including how to join. To learn more, check out the loyalty program terms.

2. CA Supply Chains Act

MALAI SUN AND SOUL LLC – “MALAI SUN AND SOUL” is committed to supporting and improving labor rights and working conditions globally across the retail and apparel industries. As a business, we have a moral responsibility to protect and care for the people who create and bring our products to our customers. Our commitment applies to all our brands: MALAI SUN AND SOUL. Styles, materials, and prices may vary across the range of products we create and sell to our customers, but our core values do not change. Wherever we operate and whoever we work with, we strive to comply with our overall Human Rights Policy. We have taken proactive steps to mitigate the risk of human trafficking and forced labor in our supply chain.

- Verification - In order to verify that MALAI SUN AND SOUL product supply chains do not use goods produced by forced or child labor, we regularly review updates to the U.S. Department of Labor's List of Products Produced by Forced or Indentured Child Labor so we can more closely monitor factories that may operate in the countries listed. Factories are also required to go through a rigorous approval process before they join our supply chain, including working with Sourcing, Sustainability, and Quality Assurance departments to make sure the factories meet company standards. As part of the process, new and existing factories are audited by independent, third-party monitoring firms, which includes evaluating potential risks for human trafficking at the audited factory based on factors such as geographic location, production processes, and supply chain sector. The auditors are also monitoring to ensure that if the factory uses an employment agency, the factory and employment agency are in compliance with the local law. Any non-compliance is brought to MALAI SUN AND SOUL attention, and MALAI SUN AND SOUL requires the factory's immediate attention for improvement. New factories are audited prior to production, while we typically audit existing factories once per year, but we can visit more or less depending on the factory's performance and track record.

  • -  Auditing - To ensure all the factories in our supply chain are fulfilling their obligation to MALAI SUN AND SOUL Vendor Code of Conduct and human trafficking standards, MALAI SUN AND SOUL hires independent, third- party monitoring firms to audit them regularly. The auditors are experts in the local laws of the countries in which we produce, and they speak the local languages. Each audit consists of a factory walk-through, confidential interviews with workers, and a review of relative documentation (e.g. payroll, time records, employee age verification, etc.). We typically audit factories once per year, but we can visit more or less depending on the factory's performance and track record. To maintain the integrity of the audit, we do not provide the audit date to the factories ahead of time. However, to ensure the necessary personnel is available and the documentation can be gathered in time, we do offer a two-week window during which we will audit the factory. For the factories that need to be audited more frequently, such as certain High Risk factories, or when MALAI SUN AND SOUL is looking into using a new third-party monitoring firm, one or more associates from MALAI SUN AND SOUL Sustainability department may shadow the audit with the representatives from the monitoring firm to ensure MALAI SUN AND SOUL Vendor Code of Conduct is followed.

  • -  Certification - Vendors are contractually required to adhere to MALAI SUN AND SOUL Vendor Code of Conduct, which states that MALAI SUN AND SOUL will not tolerate the use of convict, indentured, slave, prison, bonded, or other forced involuntary labor, including human trafficking, either directly or indirectly, by its vendors, and subcontractors, or agency- hired workers utilized by its vendors." When a vendor accepts a purchase order, they are confirming their compliance with our Vendor Code of Conduct and our zero-tolerance stance on human trafficking and forced labor.

  • -  Internal Accountability - We have a zero-tolerance policy for involuntary labor, human trafficking, and child labor. If any of these findings are uncovered during an audit, the factory must take immediate steps to correct the problem. The factory is required to alert MALAI SUN AND SOUL on how they are correcting the issue and a company associate will work directly with the factory to ensure there are no recurrences. In addition, subsequent audits performed at the factory will reference the factory's corrective plan to confirm the issue has been resolved.

  • -  Training And Awareness - All internal team members and managers directly involved in Supply Chain Management are required to take a training course on human trafficking and slavery that discusses the risks of human trafficking for business, and actions that can be taken to mitigate the risks. All of our major vendors are trained on human trafficking, during which they review the clause in our Vendor Code of Conduct regarding involuntary (forced) labor and human trafficking. They also discuss how

human trafficking is defined so that they understand the different acts, means, and purposes of human trafficking.