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Privacy And Cookies

This Privacy and Cookie Policy explains how Garnier Marketing uses personal information we collect and how you can limit our use of that personal data.

1. What information do we gather?

1.1 We gather information that relates to, and can identify you (e.g. your name and email address assuming you provide it on a form) and information that does not identify you (e.g. a visitor’s behaviour patterns when they visit our website). We collect information that does not identify you to evaluate our site, ensure that our site and services run properly and ensure we are paid for advertising services we offer.

2. How do we gather information?

2.1 Information is gathered in two ways:
(1) indirectly (e.g. using website technology) and
(2) directly (e.g. when you sign up for a newsletter).

3. Use of your information

3.1 We might use your personal information to:
(1) remember you when you visit our website and track your browsing patterns by using cookies. You can prevent this; section 5 deals with this in more detail.
(2) ensure any products or services you receive are correctly administered (including subscriptions).
(3) contact you by email, mail or telephone to let you know about any of our products, services or promotions (which, in some cases may be provided by third parties) if you give us permission.
(4) ensure materials on the website are presented in the most effective manner for you and your computer.
(5) collate and log numeric internet addresses to improve the website and to monitor website usage.

3.2 If you have subscribed to any of our services, we will use the information you provide to keep you updated on those services unless you tell us otherwise.

4. Accessing and updating your personal information

4.1 You can update your details and marketing preferences by accessing your account pages on the website (assuming you have an account – if you don’t have an account, then we don’t hold any of your personal information and therefore there is no point in you trying to update that which does not exist.)

5. Cookies

5.1 A cookie is a small piece of information that is placed on your computer when you visit certain websites. Find out more about the use of cookies on http://www.cookiecentral.com.

5.2 We use cookies to:
(1) remember a single visit when you visit this website to keep track of browsing patterns and to build up a profile of how people use the website.
(2) make our website work as efficiently as possible.
(3) administer services to you and to advertisers.

5.3 Most browsers allow you to turn off cookies. To do this look at the “help” menu on your browser. Switching off cookies may restrict your use of the website and/or delay or affect the way in which it operates.

6. Third party advertising cookies

6.1 Most of the advertisements you see on the website are generated by third parties.
Some of these third parties generate their own cookies (or web beacons) to track how many people have seen a particular advertisement (or use the services of third parties to do this), and to track how many people have seen it more than once. These cookies cannot be used to identify an individual; they can only be used for statistical purposes, for example, in providing you with advertisements that are more relevant to your interests. Some of the information gleaned from third party cookies will be aggregated with other anonymous information for statistical purposes. The third party companies that generate these cookies have their own, very strict, privacy policies but we don’t have access to these cookies; other than allowing them to be served, we have no role to play in these cookies at all (although we may use statistical information arising from these third party cookies and provided to us by third parties, to improve the targeting of advertisements to users of the website).

6.2 If you would like to disable third party cookies generated by advertisers or providers of targeted advertising services, you can turn them off by going to the third party’s website and getting them to generate a one-time no thanks cookie that will stop any further cookies being written to your machine. Here are links to the main third party advertising platforms that we are likely to use, each of which have instructions on how to do this:

http://www.doubleclick.com/us/about_doubleclick/privacy/ad-cookie/

6.3 You can also visit the trade body representing these advertising companies for more information on how to opt out of these cookies: youronlinechoices.com