We inform you that you can exercise your rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition in accordance with the provisions of Regulation 2016/679 of April 27 on the Protection of Personal Data by sending an email to email@example.com.
Our website may collect personal information such as: Name, contact information such as your email address, telephone number and demographic information. Likewise, when necessary, specific information may be required, such as the identity card number, if the order must be delivered outside the European Union, to process an order or make a delivery or billing.
Use of collected information
Our website uses the information in order to provide the best possible service, particularly to maintain a user registry, of orders if applicable, and to improve our products and services. E-mails may be sent periodically through our site with special offers, new products and other advertising information that we consider relevant to you or that may provide some benefit, these emails will be sent to the address you provide and may be canceled anytime.
Links to Third Parties and Social Networks
This website may contain links to other sites that may be of interest to you. Once you click on these links and leave our page, we no longer have control over the site to which you are redirected and therefore we are not responsible for the terms or privacy or the protection of your data on those other third party sites. These sites are subject to their own privacy policies, so it is recommended that you consult them to confirm that you agree with them.
Control of your personal information
At any time you can restrict the collection or use of personal information that is provided to our website. Every time you are asked to fill in a form, such as the user registration form, you can check or uncheck the option to receive information by email. If you have marked the option to receive our newsletter or advertising, you can cancel it at any time. This company will not sell, assign or distribute personal information that is collected without your consent, unless required by a judge with a court order.
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