a. General information
In principle, a user can visit the web site while not providing any personal information. However, to possess access to a particular activity associated with the web site, the user needs to give some personal information (such as user’s e-mail address) or the web site Owner can collect certain electronic information (such as the user’s internet protocol address). As an example, this might be the case if a user desires to receive the web site Owner’s newsletter or contact the web site Owner. If these personal information aren’t provided, then the activity involved can’t be performed.
When a user provides personal information on the part of the web site that consists of web site Owner Works, then he provides his consent to the web site Owner to process these information for the needs mentioned below. If these personal information concern another person than the user, then the user warrants that he’s entitled to supply this consent on behalf of that different person.
When a user provides personal information in any Third Party Works, the process of such personal information are going to be governed by any privacy statement applicable to it. In any event, the web site Owner shall not act because the information Controller or the Processer (as outlined within the European Information Protection Directive EC/95/46) of such personal information.
b. Purposes that your personal information are going to be processed
Personal information provided by the user are going to be processed for the needs of responding to the user’s contact with the web site Owner or alternative communications associated with the web site, applied mathematics analyses and/or keeping the user knowing of recent initiatives and activities of the web site Owner (e.g. via newsletters).
In addition, advertiser on the web site would possibly use data gathered by the use of the cookies and/or the web beacons for the purpose of online behavioural advertising and/or multisite advertising. Additional data as regards the use of the cookies and/or the web beacons is set forth underneath purpose d. below.
c. Recipients of non-public knowledge
The personal information might also be transferred to (i) organizations with whom the web site Owner incorporates a written agreement relationship (e.g. processors of private data) or (ii) judicial authorities just in case of a legal obligation or a request. The private information won’t be sold or transferred to another third parties.
The Website Owner isn’t chargeable for any personal information collected via any Third Party Works offered on the web site to which these parties’ general terms and conditions apply. The user is suggested to not use his real name or real e-mail address in any part of the web site.
d. Cookies and web beacons
(i) What are cookies and web beacons
The advertiser on ChloeSaunders.com that is Google Adsense, would possibly use “cookies” and/or “web beacons”. Cookies are tiny electronic files that are placed on the harddisk of the user’s pc whereas web beacons are mostly clear image files which are accustomed to keep track of a user’s navigation through one web site or a series of internet sites.
To show Google AdSense for content ads by interest categories, Google uses the DoubleClick DART cookie. once you visit our web site ChloeSaunders.com, whether or not you’re reading an advertisement or click on that, a cookie might also be sent to your browser. Information collected by these cookies are going to be used to help us to better serve and manage ads on our web site, which is able to facilitate the improvement of your experience by browsing through our web site, ChloeSaunders.com.
(ii) The purposes of these cookies and net beacons be used
(iii) Refuse web-beacons, cookies and online behavioural advertising
To the extent that the user’s browser settings are allowing the installation of cookies and web beacons on his pc, he consents with the installation of such cookies on his pc and he accepts that info about him might also be used for behavioural advertising. The user of the web site has the right to object (“opt-out”) against online activity advertising and therefore the use of web beacons and/or cookies. Users are able to opt-out of cookies by visiting the web site of the advertiser involved or by visiting the web site of the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) at http://optout.networkadvertising.org/#!/.
In addition, the user is able to refuse the installation of the web beacons and/or cookies or delete them by adjusting the browser settings on his pc. To find out more on a way to modify the settings of your web browser, we tend to suggest the user to go to the web site of the browser’s developer.
(iv) Responsibility for the web beacons and cookies
The Website Owner can’t be held responsible for the Advertisers’ web beacons and/or cookies for no matter purposes pursued.