When Users access and use the Website, Bradley may collect certain Personal Data concerning such Users, including names, addresses, e-mail addresses, passwords, payment information and any other information such Users actively provide in the process of creating a Customer Account and/or placing an Order.
Bradley may further track the Users’ interaction with the Website and monitor its performance, and collect other information which may be considered as Personal Data, such as the date and time of the access, the Users’ IP addresses and information on the equipment, operating systems and browsers used to access the Website as well as the URL of the websites referring Users to the Website.
Bradley uses the Personal Data provided to it by its Customers to process their Orders and to allow them to view their past and pending Orders in their Customer Accounts, if applicable, as well as to contact Customers and provide them with newsletters and/or other information.
Bradley may further use other information and Personal Data collected in connection with the Users’ interaction with the Website to improve the Website.
Bradley uses Google Analytics, a web service by Google, Inc. for the purpose of tracking the Users’ interaction with the Website and its performance. For this purpose, Google Analytics collects such information using Cookies and provides automatically generated reports to Bradley. Users may opt out by disabling Cookies (cf. further information under the section “Cookies” below).
Bradley will further disclose Personal Data as required by law and/or by a competent authority or court, or if in its judgment disclosure is necessary to protect Bradley and its partners or any Users from any damage, loss or liability.
Users’ personal data may be transferred to and stored on computers located outside of their country under different jurisdictions where the privacy laws may not be as protective as those in the users’ own jurisdiction.
– to enhance and enable certain functionalities of the Website;
– to collect usage data which is then used on an anonymous basis to help improve the Website;
– to remember the Users’ preferences and simplify the use of the Website;
– to enable third party services of which Bradley makes use to enhance the Website (third-party cookies).
Cookies are placed on Users’ electronic device either by Bradley or by the relevant third parties.
Some Cookies expire at the end of the Users’ session on the Website, while others persist for a longer specified or unspecified period.
Bradley uses the following types of Cookies:
STRICTLY NECESSARY COOKIES
Some Cookies ensure that the Website delivers information and/or services securely and optimally. They are strictly necessary and must be accepted by Users who want to use the Website.
Some Cookies enable the Website to remember choices Users make, for example, user name, and language. These Cookies are known as “functionality cookies” and help to improve the Users’ experience of the Website by providing a more personalized service.
Bradley uses tools that monitor the Users’ use of the Website to help improve and customize the Website. In particular, the Website uses the Cookie Google Analytics which collects information and reports Website usage statistics without personally identifying individual visitors to Google. Users can opt out of providing this information, with no impact on your experience of the Website. To opt out of being tracked by Google Analytics when using the Website Tools.google.com
THIRD PARTY COOKIES
The Website uses third party services or software. These services may set Cookies on Users’ electronic device. Users can block or remove such Cookies by altering the settings of their electronic device or browser, which may however adversely affect certain functionalities of the Website.
Users can restrict or block Cookies by changing their electronic devices’ or browsers’ settings. For more detailed information, see Allaboutcookies.orgParts of the Website may not work if Users completely disable Cookies, but others can be safely blocked with no adverse effect. Users are advised to check information in browsers’ help section for specific instructions on how to manage Cookies.
Upon request, Bradley will provide Users with a summary of the Personal Data related to them. Unless otherwise required by mandatory applicable law, Users will have the opportunity to correct, update, modify or delete their Personal Data by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org