We consider your privacy an extremely serious matter.
Passively provided information
When you surf on internet, you are - probably without being aware of it - enabling website administrators of internet pages to collect certain data about you. For example: the IP number of your PC, the operating system, the internet browser you use and the internet sites you most recently visited. By means of this information, the quality and accessibility of internet pages can be improved. To the extent, we make use of such data, these will be processed anonymously.
We make use of so-called ‘cookies’. Cookies consist of a standard internet technology which makes it possible for certain information to be saved and made available on the user's system. Cookies cannot be used to identify people; a cookie can only identify a machine. Every internet user can program his or her computer not to accept cookies. If your computer does not accept cookies, it is possible that you will incur problems when placing an order. If this happens, you should contact us so that we can ensure you are still able to place your order. If you do not wish to receive any cookies, you can use the help toolbar of your internet browser to find out how to block all cookies or how to be sent a warning before a cookie is saved.
- What is a cookie? A cookie is a small text file that is sent to your computer when you visit a website. Both rituals.com and other parties can place cookies.
- Privacy: For more information about privacy, cookies and an overview of the specific cookies which used on rituals.com, please refer to our Privacy and Cookie statement (at the bottom of this page).
- Unsubscribe from cookies: Instructions for changing the browser settings can be found under 'Help' in the toolbar of most browsers.
When you place an order with us, you will be asked to provide us with the data necessary for us to process your order. We will only share this information with third parties to the extent this is essential for your order to be executed correctly. We only use your personal data for the conclusion of the agreement you have entered into with us in respect of your order. At a customer's request, we will remove all his or her details from our database, provided the customer has met all his/her (payment) obligations. If desired, a customer may phone us to pass on changes in his/her data or to request details of the recorded data, to this end our customer services should be contacted.
We retain statistics of the online visits we receive so we know which pages of our internet site are being visited and how frequently. These statistics are used of to make the internet site more accessible.
Backup and security techniques
We make use of backup and security techniques so we are able to avoid any information being lost, damaged or compromised in any other way and/or to enable the information to be recovered should it be lost, damaged or compromised.
Purpose of the use
Rituals.com processes your personal data for: (i) the acceptance of your order, (ii) the execution of agreements with you; (iii) customer relationship management; (iv) management information, product and service development, the determination of the (general) strategy; and (v) compliance with legal obligations. Personal data may also be used to detect (attempts to undertake) unlawful and/or criminal acts directed against Rituals.com, its customers and employees, as well as to participate in warning systems which are used to prevent fraud. When processing personal data, Rituals.com may involve other group companies and cooperating partners.
If you have given permission to be sent newsletters, the email address you provided may occasionally be used to ask you to participate voluntarily in consumer surveys. If you do not wish (or no longer wish) to receive any commercial information or have your data used for marketing purposes, you should inform us of this. Regarding information received from Rituals.com, you should address your letter to: Rituals Cosmetics, Rokin 46, 1012 KV, Amsterdam, or email it to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Rituals.com never uses your personal data for the purpose of trading addresses.
A cookie is a small text file which is sent to your computer when you visit a website. Both Rituals.com and other parties can place cookies. Using cookies ensures, among other things, that when you visit our site you do not repeatedly need to receive or enter the same information.
There are various sorts of cookies. The appendix to this privacy statement contains an overview giving: (i) a summary of the cookies used; (ii) the names of the party placing the cookie; (III) the purpose of the relevant cookie; (iv) the period the cookie will be saved; and (v) the consequences of not accepting the relevant cookie.
Most browsers can be programmed so that cookies are not accepted or that a warning is sent when a cookie is received. Instructions about changing the browser settings can be found under “help” in the toolbar of most browsers. Although you will still be able to visit the site as a visitor, it is possible that if cookies are not being accepted certain services or parts of the site will not work optimally. Consequently, not accepting cookies limits the use of our site and services.
We have taken appropriate technical and organisational measures to ensure your personal data is protected against loss, or any form of unlawful processing.
Links to Other Websites
Our website may contain links to other websites. If you use these links, you will leave our website. When you access a non-demandware.com website, even one that may contain the Demandware logo, please be aware that we do not control the content and we are not responsible for the privacy practices of that site and we encourage you to review the privacy policies of each site you use. This Privacy Statement does not cover the information practices of those websites linked to our website. These other sites may send their own cookies to users, collect data, or solicit personal information.
You are entitled to have access to your personal data. You can also ask us to correct, supplement, remove or protect your personal data if any details are incorrect, incomplete or irrelevant, or are processed in a way which contravenes a statutory provision.