8. Confidentiality Clause Sample Clauses


8. Confidentiality Clause. Mrs. Reiniche recognizes that her duties within our Company lead her to become aware of, to develop, discover, acquire or collect for our Company information or data that our Company considers confidential (hereinafter “Confidential Information”).In particular, without being limitative, Confidential Information is considered to be any information, data, conversation, correspondence, report, contract or document, regardless of its form or medium and, in particular, paper, electronic, video and audio:- relating to the activities of our Company or that of the other companies in the Coca-Cola group and, in particular, without being limitative, any information relating to the marketing, advertising and/or promotional activity of these companies, - relating to the activities of the customers, suppliers and partners of our Company and/or those of the other companies in the Coca-Cola group and, in particular, without being limitative, any information relating to the marketing or industrial relations they maintain with the companies of the Coca-Cola group and/or relating to the contents of the negotiations and agreements by virtue whereof they cooperate with the companies of the Coca-Cola group, - relating to the professional and private lives of the executives and members of the personnel of our Company and of the other companies in the Coca-Cola group and, in particular, their personal or professional particulars, their status in the Company, their remuneration, their family status, their state of health, their nationality of origin, their personal choices, in particular, in matters of politics and religion, - and more generally any information that has been entrusted to her on a confidential basis, about which Mrs. Reiniche has been informed of its confidential nature or about which the confidential nature has been defined by appropriate informational marking.