The Cake Stamp Company (hereinafter: “the Company”) respects the privacy right of the users of the website it runs and operates (hereinafter: “the Website”); therefore, the Company has decided to publish its policy regarding the protection of privacy on websites, and it undertakes to uphold this Policy vis a vis the user.
The object of the Policy is to explain the Company’s practices regarding the Website users’ privacy, and how the Company uses the information it receives from the Website users, or collects during Website usage sessions.
When you use the Website services, information about you is collected. This is information which you consciously provide, as well as statistical and cumulative information. For example, ads you read on the Website, the pages you viewed, the offers and services that interested you, the IP address you were on etc.
Use of the information
– To improve and upgrade the services and content offered on the Website
– To revise or cancel existing services and content
– For thepurchase of products and services on the Website– including the publication of information and content
– To adapt the ads displayed on your visits to the websites to your areas of interest
The information the Company will use is statistical information which does not identify you personally.
Transferring information to a third party
The Company shall not transfer to third parties your personal details and the information collected regarding your activity on the Website, except in the instances specified hereinafter:
– Should you purchase products and services from third parties offering said products for sale via the Website, these Parties will be provided with the information they require to complete the purchase process
– In the event of a judicial dispute between you and the company, which requires that your details be exposed
– Should you perform illegal actions on the Website
– Should there be issued a court order to transfer your details or information about you to a third party
Third party advertisements
The Company allows other parties – advertisement companies – to run their advertising campaigns. The ads you view on the various websites are distributed by those Companies. To run the advertising campaign, these Companies place-plant cookies in your computer. This component enables them to collect data regarding your surfing habits. The use the companies make of the accumulated data is subject to their privacy policies, and not the Company’s privacy policies.
The Company implements on its websites up-to-date systems and procedures to secure information. Whereas these systems and policies reduce the risks of unauthorized penetration, they do not provide absolute protection. Therefore, the Company does not undertake that its services will be completely immune to unauthorized access to the information stored therein.