Collection of Personal Information
Personal information is not automatically collected at childrentip.com. However, non-personal information will be logged, which includes language preferences, internet service provider address, device operating system and cookie data. In addition, some information that you freely provide us with will be collected.
This includes information from your shopping account, entered into a competition or if you send us a message. For example, this can mean your full name, home address and telephone number. Of course, we only use this data in a way that provides you with the services or products that you require.
Sharing Personal Information with Third Parties
All of your personal data that is collected by childrentip.com will be secure and kept confidential. This means that we do not transfer any of this personal information to third parties without your consent. The only reason this may happen is to be compliant with legal obligations in regards to tax reporting and accounts, as well as any supplies to contractors that provide products and services.
EU Data Protection Laws
childrentip.com is in compliance with the data protection laws necessary for the EU. Your consent can allow us to process your data. The terms and conditions that you can find on our website will form a binding legal agreement when you purchase any products or services. This will allow processing of your data in order to fulfil this contract.
childrentip.com requires cookies. Cookies are a text file and will allow our website to recognize the device you are using. They do not collect your personal information. We will include session cookies, which are active when you are browsing the website, and persistent cookies will take on your device for more time. This means you can have the same experience on our website next time you visit.
Notice of Personal Data Breach
In the rare event that our website suffers a personal data breach, we will notify visitors immediately. You will be able to find out more about the personal data breach and how this may affect your rights, as well as there being details to allow anyone to contact our data protection officer.