For the purpose of the Data Protection Act 1998, the data controller is DBAPPAREL UK.
NATURE OF PERSONAL DATA COLLECTED ON THE SITE
DBAPPAREL UK may collect and process data of a personal nature about you, including but not limited to the following data:
• information provided by you when you fill in forms on the Site, when you register for or subscribe to services, promotions and competitions, when you fill in surveys, when you upload material to the Site, or when you report a problem with the Site;
• information provided by you in any correspondence you send to DBAPPAREL UK or any of its affiliate companies;
• details of any transactions you carry out through the Site; and
• information collected by cookies (details of your visits to the Site including, but not limited to, traffic data, location data, weblogs, other communication data, and the resources that you access) when, combined with other information (e.g. IP address), they allow us to identify you.
Supplying this information is optional. You will be duly informed beforehand. If you decide to provide personal data, the mandatory or optional nature of the fields to be completed with will be clearly indicated. You have the opportunity to correct your personal contact and billing information at any time as explained below. If you do not wish to provide such data, DBAPPAREL UK may not be able to process any requests you make or you might not be able to take advantage of all features offered on or by the Site.
DBAPPAREL UK does not intend to gather personal data from children under the age of 13. However, if a child under thirteen provides us with personal data, his parents or guardians are required to ask us to delete this information from our files by sending a letter to iris Worldwide, 185 Park Street
London, SE1 9DY, or an e-mail to email@example.com
You may request the amendment or the deletion of your personal data by sending a letter, at any time and at no cost, to iris Worldwide, 185 Park Street, London, SE1 9DY, or an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. DBAPPAREL UK may also collect non-personal information.
USE OF PERSONAL DATA
DBAPPAREL UK use personal data held about you in the following ways:
• to process your requests;
• to better meet your expectations (e.g. to ensure that content on the Site is presented in the most effective manner);
• to carry out market analysis;
• to provide you with information, products or services that you request;
• where you have consented, to provide you with information by post, telephone or email about special events, services offered by DBAPPAREL UK, new products, and future promotions.
If you receive marketing e-mails from us, you will be able to opt-out of these mailings by clicking on a link in the e-mail you receive.
RECIPIENTS OF PERSONAL DATA
DBAPPAREL UK may also select suppliers of independent services in order to administer and/or operate certain functions and/or services relating to the Site. The proper performance of these functions and services may require a transfer of the information you have provided to allow them to process personal data on our behalf. Any such transfer would be subject to strict contractual obligations regarding confidentiality and security.
Finally, should DBAPPAREL UK, or all or part of its assets, be acquired by a third party, the list of the users of the Site or other personal data may be included in the assets that are sold and may be shown to any prospective buyer of such assets.
Unfortunately, the transmission of information via the internet is not completely secure. Although we will do our best to protect your personal data, we cannot guarantee the security of your data transmitted to the Site. Any transmission is at your own risk.
1. What is a Cookie?
A Cookie is a small string of text that is stored on your PC's hard disk, unless you delete it (or it expires). It is not a computer program, and cannot harm the data on your PC.
2. How do I know when I have received a Cookie?
You need to switch on the 'Alert before accepting Cookies' option in your browser.
3. Should I switch on the alert?
It's up to you. However, increasingly, sites are using more and more Cookies that expire when you switch off your browser; it can become tiresome to see so many alerts.
4. What are Cookies for?
Cookies have two functions. The first is to 'maintain state of an application'. Basically, this means that each time you come back to a site, you begin where you left off. For instance, you may only need to register to enter a site once. The second function is to track your path through the site.
5. What does that mean?
Tracking your path can help the site provider optimise the site based on popular paths or pages. You may feel that this knowledge of your use - the site provider could set up a profile of your particular habits - is an unwelcome intrusion into your privacy. However, bear in mind that no personally identifiable data is being collected.
6. What is the playtex policy?
We may collect statistic information automatically when you visit the Website, using cookies.
The cookies allow us to find out details about your last visit, and your navigation path. We never pass statistical data on to third parties.
7. Should I delete Cookies?
Again, it's up to you. If you feel that Cookies are an intrusion into your privacy, delete them. However, we recommend that you do not delete them. This will usually decrease your access to useful information on subsequent visits to the site.
These links explain how you can control cookies via your browser - remember that if you turn off cookies in your browser then these settings apply to all websites not just this one:
Internet Explorer http://support.microsoft.com/kb/278835 (this page links to further information for different versions of IE - the mobile version is at http:/ /www.microsoft.com/windowsphone/en-us/howto/wp7/web/changing-privacy-and-...).
Safari: http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?path=Safari/5.0/en/9277.html (orhttp://support.apple.com/kb/HT1677 for mobile versions)
Firefox: http://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/ Enabling%20and%20disabling%20cookies
Blackberries: http://docs.blackberry.com/en/smartphone_users/deliverables/ 32004/Turn_off_cookies_in_the_browser_60_1072866_11.jsp
8. Can Cookies be stolen from my PC?
No. The information stored on your PC will only be transmitted to the server that sent them in the first place.
9. How do I delete Cookies?
Go to your Cookies folder, usually called 'Cookies' on your hard drive (C:\windows\cookies, for example), select them and delete them in the normal way.
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