1.3 This page was last updated on 4th May 2018
2.1 We are your data controller for the purposes of the personal data we will collect.
2.2 If you wish to contact us in relation to this notice, please use the details found on the contact form on the homepage of our website.
3. THE PROCESSING
3.2 The PDF's below set out the personal data that we will collect, why we collect it, the legal basis on which we rely and how long we will keep it.
3.3 Where multiple retention periods apply to one category of data, the relevant retention period will be the longest one (although we will stop using that category of data for a purpose when the retention period for that purpose expires).
3.4 Where our legal basis for processing is:
(a) consent, you have the right to withdraw consent at any time (see the section titled “Withdrawing consent” below); or
(b) legitimate interests, you may have the right to object to our processing (see the section titled “Objecting to legitimate interests processing” below).
3.5 Other than the personal data set out above, we also collect certain non personal data, which might derive from personal data. For instance we may keep statistical information and log data about number of visits to a our website, or how visitors have navigated through our website, without keeping log information that is attributed to you. Unless it is impossible to re-identify you from this information, we will treat it as personal data.
4. WHERE WE OBTAIN YOUR PERSONAL DATA FROM
We obtain your personal data in the following ways:
4.1 directly from you, for instance where you sign up to our website, purchase something from us, communicate with us, or otherwise voluntarily providing personal data to us;
4.2 from your accounts on other website, where you give us permission to do so. For instance if you use Facebook or Twitter to log into our website, we may obtain some information from those websites;
4.3 automatically when you use our website. For instance:
(b) our web server automatically collects certain information about your use of our website, for instance some key settings on your device, what type of device you are using, the operating system on your device, the website from which you came and your IP address; and
4.4 from commercial organisations for the purposes of fraud prevention, and in some cases for the purposes of assessing whether we can provide you credit.
5. PERSONS WITH WHOM WE MAY SHARE YOU DATA:
5.1 In general, access to your personal data will be restricted to those who have a need to access it in order to carry out their duties (for example our customer services team).
5.2 However, we will also share your personal data with the following external third parties in some circumstances:
(a) fraud prevention agencies or other third parties that assist us in preventing fraud or other forms of risk;
(b) regulators such as the ICO, and government authorities such as HMRC or the police, if we are required to do so by law or if the regulator or authority requests it and we regard that request as reasonable;
(c) our insurers, legal advisers or other third parties who need access to it in the context of managing, investigating or defending claims or complaints;
(d) in connection with re-organisations, mergers and acquisitions of all or part of our business;
(e) organisations that process your data on our behalf who are not allowed to use your data for any other purpose, for instance our web hosts and the companies we use to pick, pack and deliver your orders;
(f) other companies within our group, for instance where they provide us services; and
(g) where you have consented to do us doing so.
5.3 Where we share your personal data with our service providers, we have contracts with those service providers setting out how they must handle your personal data, including not to use your personal data other than in accordance with our instructions.
5.4 Where we have been able to full anonymise personal data, we may share that anonymised data with third parties, for instance to report to some of the brands about interest in their products.
6. TRANSFERS OUTSIDE OF THE EEA
6.1 In certain limited circumstances, we may export personal data outside of the European Economic Area for processing, and we may use third party service providers who do the same.
6.2 We only do that if there is a good reason to do it and where either:
(a) there are adequate safeguards in place (such as the appropriate contractual arrangements with suppliers, or adequacy decisions, depending on the destination country); or
(b) we are otherwise permitted by data protection law (for instance, where you consent or such transfer is necessary to provide our service to you).
7. OPTING-OUT FROM ELECTRONIC MARKETING
7.1 You can opt-out from electronic marketing sent by Almost Perfect by:
(a) by following the unsubscribe link which we include at the bottom of all electronic marketing emails; or
(b) by contacting our customer services team using the details on our contact form on the homepage.
8. OBJECTING TO/OPTING OUT OF/DISABLING FACEBOOK TARGETED ADVERTISING
8.1 You are able to opt-out of targeted adverts placed by us on the Facebook website by either changing your Facebook account settings or browser settings. Please see Facebook’s help page on the subject for more information.
9. OBJECTING TO/OPTING OUT OF/DISABLING GOOGLE ANALYTICS COLLECTION
9.1 You are able to disable Google Analytics data collection by installing the Google Analytics op-out browser add-on, available from Google’s Website.
10. OBJECTING TO OUR LEGITIMATE INTERESTS PROCESSING
10.1 Where we process your personal data on the basis of our legitimate interests for direct marketing purposes, you always have the right to object to that processing. To object to direct marketing, please follow the instructions for opting-out from electronic marketing immediately above.
10.2 Where we process your personal data on the basis of our legitimate interests, and the processing isn’t direct marketing, you have the right to object to other processing on the basis of our legitimate interests, but we might not have to cease processing where you do so if either:
(a) we are able to demonstrate compelling legitimate grounds for the processing which override your interests; or
(b) where that legitimate interest is the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.
To object to legitimate interests processing, please contact us using the details at the top of this notice.
11. YOUR RIGHTS (WITH EFFECT FROM 25 MAY 2018)
The law gives you certain rights in respect of the personal data that we hold, which you should be aware of:
11.1 You have the right to obtain your personal data from us except in limited circumstances. Where we provide it, the first copy will be free of charge, but we reserve the right to charge a small fee for additional requests;
11.2 You have the right to require us to rectify any inaccurate personal data we hold concerning you;
11.3 Taking into account the purposes of the processing, you may also have the right to have incomplete personal data completed, by means of providing a supplementary statement or otherwise;
11.4 You have the right to require us to erase your personal data on certain limited grounds (including where they are no longer necessary for the purpose for which they were collected or where we rely on consent, which you withdraw, and there is no other legal ground for the processing);
11.5 Where we process personal data either on the basis of consent or contractual necessity, you provided the personal data to us, and we process that personal data by automated means, you have the right to require us to give you your data in a commonly used electronic format;
11.6 You have the right to object to our processing of personal data which we process on the grounds of our legitimate interests, as detailed in the paragraph titled “objecting to our legitimate interest processing” above;
11.7 You have the right to require us to restrict the processing of your personal data on certain grounds, including where:
(a) you contest the accuracy of the personal data and want us to restrict processing of your personal data while we verify its accuracy;
(b) the processing is unlawful, but you request a restriction of the processing rather than erasure;
(c) we (as controller) no longer need the data for the purposes of the processing, but you have told us you require us to retain that personal data for you to establish, exercise or defend legal claims; or
(d) you have objected to us processing your personal data on grounds of legitimate interests and want us to restrict processing of your personal data while we consider your objection.
11.8 If you would like to exercise any of these rights, please contact us using the details set out at the top of this notice.
12. IF WE CAN’T REMEDY AN ISSUE YOU HAVE
Should you have any complaints or issue with our treatment of your personal data, you may lodge a complaint with the Information Commissioner’s Office (ico.org.uk).
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