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The Magic Inside Dolby
The Dolby Institute
The Dolby Theatre
Working at Dolby
Learn how we support up-and-coming filmmakers during the creative process.
Get an inside look at how our team of scientists and engineers creates the magic behind your entertainment experiences.
Dolby in the Cinema
Be captivated by your favorite movies in Dolby sound.
Dolby Surround 7.1
Dolby Atmos Cinema Sound
Dolby Atmos propels you into the story with powerful, all-around sound.
Find a Movie Theatre
See your favorite movies in Dolby Atmos, Dolby Surround 7.1, or Dolby 3D.
Dolby at Home
Transform your living room into a sophisticated home theater with amazing sound and true-to-life video quality.
The Evolution of Surround Sound
Dolby led the evolution of stereo sound into surround and beyond.
Dolby Vision captures the story with incredibly bright colors, ultra-dark blacks, and vivid hues.
Dolby on the Go
Stellar sound quality. All of your favorite content. Wherever life takes you.
Amazon and Dolby Are Changing Mobile
Learn how Dolby and Amazon are changing the way you enjoy mobile entertainment.
Rediscover the Magic of Life of Pi
Hear the difference Dolby audio makes when you watch Life of Pi on your mobile device.
Dolby at Work
Improve productivity by transforming the conference call into an in-person meeting experience with Dolby Voice and the Dolby Voice Conference Phone.
Dolby Voice Conference Phone
Feel like you're right there in the room with the stunning clarity of Dolby Voice.
We've reinvented the conference phone to deliver lifelike clarity and conversational ease.
Partners and Professionals
Find Dolby solutions, services, and support that can help you create more engaging products, content, and entertainment experiences.
PC and Mobile
Apply for a license to include Dolby technologies in your products.
Log in to the Dolby Customer portal to find partner tools, documents, and policies.
Find warranty and policy information for Dolby hardware and software.
Dolby Laboratories, Inc. (hereinafter "Dolby" or "we") recognizes that the European Community has established a data protection regime pursuant to Directive 95/46/EC, which applies to the European Economic Area ("EEA") and restricts companies in the EEA in transferring personal data about individuals in the EEA to the United States, unless there is "adequate protection" for such personal data when it is received in the United States. Dolby also recognizes that Switzerland has established a similar regime through the Swiss Federal Act on Data Protection ("FADP"). To create such "adequate protection" and to overcome the restriction on international data transfers established by the Directive and FADP, Dolby complies with the US-EU Safe Harbor Framework and the US-Swiss Safe Harbor Framework as set forth by the US Department of Commerce regarding the collection, use, and retention of personal information from European Union member countries and Switzerland received by Dolby from subsidiaries, customers, suppliers, and other businesses in the EEA and Switzerland. Dolby has certified that it adheres to the Safe Harbor Privacy Principles of notice, choice, onward transfer, security, data integrity, access, and enforcement ("Safe Harbor Principles"). For ease of reference throughout this Notice, the term "EEA" shall include Switzerland. Dolby's Safe Harbor Certification does not extend to data that Dolby receives directly through www.dolby.com or other websites (information on Dolby's practices regarding data received through websites is contained in the Website Privacy Statement). More information on the Safe Harbor Principles and Dolby's scope of participation is available at http://www.export.gov/safeharbor/.
Dolby has issued a separate Safe Harbor Notice for Employees in the EEA and this Notice does not apply to employees of Dolby; this Notice addresses other data subjects residing in the EEA ("EEA Persons") whose data Dolby may receive from one of its subsidiaries, customers, suppliers, or other businesses in the EEA, e.g., customers' procurement managers, suppliers' sales representatives, individual independent contractors, etc.
Dolby sells entertainment products and technologies largely to businesses and rarely directly to consumers. Thus, Dolby mainly receives information related to business entities from the EEA. Dolby does also receive contact information related to individual representatives of businesses with whom Dolby is dealing, including, without limitation, names, addresses, work phone numbers, and work email addresses (collectively "EEA Data"). Some EEA Data covered by this Notice is provided to Dolby by another company in the EEA (e.g., a supplier to Dolby), and therefore the categories of data provided and the purposes of collecting such data often depend on such other company, with whom the EEA Persons typically have a closer employment, business, or other relationship (and which therefore, can provide additional information on the data shared with us).
Dolby collects and uses EEA Data for purposes of communicating with past, current, and prospective customers about business matters, transmitting marketing emails and performing other marketing activities, and conducting related tasks for legitimate business purposes.
Dolby shares EEA Data with affiliates and contractors, which process EEA Data on behalf of Dolby. Dolby also shares EEA Data with other third parties for the purposes for which Dolby receives the EEA Data (e.g., performance of contractual obligations) and as required or permitted by law.
With respect to marketing emails, EEA Persons may opt-out of receiving further email marketing communications from Dolby by sending an email to unsubscribe (at) dolby.com, or by following opt-out instructions that are contained in marketing emails. EEA Persons may also send an email to this address to ask to opt-out of disclosures to third parties, but such a limitation on data sharing may make it difficult or impossible for Dolby to provide the requested services. Notwithstanding other statements in this General EEA Safe Harbor Notice, Dolby may disclose EEA Data where it is legally required to disclose (e.g., under statutes, contracts, or otherwise) or the disclosure is permitted by law and Dolby has a legitimate business interest in such disclosure.
EEA Persons whose EEA Data Dolby holds may request access to, and the opportunity to update, correct or delete some or all of the EEA Data that Dolby holds about them. To submit such requests or raise any other questions, please contact the Dolby Safe Harbor Contact as described below. Dolby reserves the right to take appropriate steps to authenticate an applicant's identity, charge an adequate fee before providing access, and deny requests, except as required by the Safe Harbor Principles.
If you have questions, please contact the Dolby Safe Harbor Privacy Contact at privacy (at) dolby.com.
If you have a comment or concern that cannot be resolved with Dolby directly, you may contact the competent local data protection authority in your EEA Member State.
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