Last Modified Date: March 23, 2022
Revisions to this Policy
Company reserves the right to revise or update this Policy in our sole discretion. In the event that we choose to make a revision to this Policy, we will update the “Last Modified Date” that is listed at the top of this Policy. Updates to this Policy will become effective upon their posting. If we make a material change to the manner in which we collect, use, or disclose information, we will post a notice to the main page of our Website to draw your attention to the fact that our Policy has changed so that you may become informed of the changes. If you do not agree to any term or condition in this Policy or any revision thereof, then you must immediately cease your use of the Website. It is your responsibility to regularly check this Policy for revisions. Except where otherwise required by applicable law, your use of the Website after the posting of a revision will be deemed as your acceptance to such revision(s).
What Information Does Company Collect?
The information that we collect from you is dependent upon your interactions with us as detailed in this Section.
How Does Company Use the Information it Collects?
We use the information that we collect from you, as detailed in the prior Section, as follows:
Our Website utilizes internet cookies. Internet cookies are small data files that are transmitted from a web server to your computing device when you visit our Website, unless you have chosen to reject all cookies when prompted by our Cookie Banner or you have toggled your internet web browser settings to block or reject internet cookies. Internet cookies serve a variety of purposes and collect information as detailed below:
Categories of Cookies Utilized
Necessary Cookies - these internet cookies enable the core functionality of our Website to function and collect information including your internet protocol address and a unique device identifier.
We use the information from necessary cookies to properly allocate web traffic on our Website to help optimize your browsing experience and allow us to combat against fraudulent and malicious activities on our Website.
Analytics Cookies – these internet cookies enable us to collect information about you when you visit our Website, unless you have toggled your settings or our Cookie Banner to reject these cookies. Analytics cookies collect information including your internet protocol address, the domain of your service provider, the web address of the website you visited prior to visiting our Website, the date and time of your arrival on our Website, the length of time spent viewing each page on our Website, your computing device type, internet web browser name and version, and language preferences (collectively, “Analytics Information”).
We use Analytics Information to help us to understand where visitors, such as you, originate and how your arrive on our Website, to collect aggregate statistics on the most commonly utilized internet browsers and computing devices, and to identify the most popular pages and functions on our Website, which is utilized to optimize your browsing enjoyment.
Marketing Cookies – these types of internet cookies and other tracking technologies collect information about your computing device so that we can place targeted advertisements that are designed for you. We use the information collected through marketing cookies, to the extent that you have not blocked or rejected them through our Cookie Banner or your internet web browser to conduct marketing and advertising and to evaluate the success of our marketing and advertising efforts.
Types of Cookies
Persistent Cookies – these type of internet cookies are stored on your computing device to help remember any settings, preferences, or account credentials that you have saved to your web browser to help assist you in logging into your customer account on our Website. Persistent cookies have an expiration date issued by the web server. Once the expiration date is reached, these internet cookies are destroyed.
Session Cookies – these types of cookies are temporarily stored to your device and remain active only so long as your internet web browser remains active. Once you close your internet browser, session cookies are removed from your device.
Your Options for Internet Cookies
Our Website prompts you during your initial visit with a Cookie Banner, which enables you to accept or reject the internet cookies that we utilize on our Website. To the extent that you choose to reject any or all internet cookies, those cookies that you reject will not be deployed to your device. Depending upon your internet web browser, you may also have the option to block or reject internet cookies. Please note that to the extent that you block or reject internet cookies, certain functionality on our Website, which rely upon cookies, will not properly function for you.
Does Company Share the Information it Collects with Third Parties?
In order to make our products and Website available to you, we use a variety of third party service providers to render services for us. These third party service providers render services including data and web hosting, software, payment card processing, advertising, marketing, and technology services. These third party service providers are only permitted to use the information that we provide to them or that they collect on our behalf for purposes of carrying out their services to us.
Except as otherwise prohibited by applicable law, we will also disclose the information that we have collected from you under the following circumstances:
We will disclose information that we have collected from you if we are required by law, including in response to a subpoena, court order, or other legal demand from an administrative, judicial, or governmental authority. Notwithstanding the foregoing, we reserve the right to lawfully challenge any legal requirement to prevent such a disclosure. We also reserve the right to disclose the information we have collected from you, to the extent we determine that such a disclosure is necessary in order to protect or defend our rights, property, or the safety of our employees or third parties.
Business Reorganization, Merger, or Sale
In the event that we choose to reorganize our business, merge with another entity, or sell all or substantially all of our assets to a third party, the information that we have collected from you, including your personal information, will be among the assets that are transferred to an acquiring or merging entity in connection with the transaction.
If we experience an unfortunate circumstance and are forced to seek the protection of or are otherwise placed into bankruptcy, our assets may be subject to a sale to a third party under the supervision of a federal bankruptcy court. Under such a circumstance, the information that we have collected from you, including any personal information, may be sold to a third party, unless (1) the sale of your personal information is prohibited by applicable law, or (2) you have exercise any applicable data rights available to you that would prohibit such a sale of your information.
Children’s Online Privacy
For purposes of this particular Section of the Policy, the term “Personal Information” has the same meaning as under the U.S. Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (the “Act”), which is set forth in Title 15, United States Code, Section 6501, et. al. and its regulations. The term “Personal Information” includes first and last name, home or other physical address, email address, telephone number, social security number, and other identifiers as determined by the Federal Trade Commission in the promulgation of regulations under the Act.
Company does not knowingly market to or otherwise solicit Personal Information from children under the age of thirteen. Users and visitors of the Website must be at least eighteen years of age. Please do not provide us with any Personal Information of any nature if you are not at least eighteen years of age. If you are the parent or legal guardian of a child that is under the age of eighteen and you believe that your child may have provided us with Personal Information, please contact us using the information included at the bottom of this Policy to have your child’s information removed from our system.
Do Not Track Signals
We do not presently honor “Do Not Track” signals or requests from web browsers, but you have the option, through our Cookie Banner, to reject cookies.
Your Options Regarding Your Information
In the event that you would like to update or correct any information that you may have provided to us or would like us to delete any information that we maintain about you, then you may do so by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, if you have a customer account with us, you may log into that customer account to update your name, email address, and other personal information. Please note that we reserve the right to verify the authenticity of any request that we receive via email. We will reject any request where the identity of the person cannot be reasonably verified.
Hyperlinks to Third Party Websites
Our Website includes hyperlinks to websites that are owned, operated, and controlled by third parties (each, a “Third Party Website”). Hyperlinks on our Website to any Third Party Website are provided exclusively for your convenience. Company has no control over any content, information, business, or privacy practices of any Third Party Website. Your use of any Third Party Website is entirely at your own risk. Under no circumstances will Company be liable to you or any third party for any loss in connection with your use of any Third Party Website. We encourage you to consult any applicable privacy policies or website terms before using a Third Party Website or entrusting any third party with your information.
European Union (“EU”) General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) Disclosures
The EU’s GDPR imposes certain disclosure requirements on data controllers for the benefit of EU data subjects. These disclosure requirements are also shared by other jurisdictions that have adopted requirements that are similar to the GDPR, including the United Kingdom. For purposes of this Section on GDPR disclosures, the terms “controller,” “data subject,” “personal data,” “processor,” and “supervisory authority” have the same meanings as set forth in Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of Council of 27 April 2016. Information regarding how to exercise GDPR data rights are included in the following Sections.
Identity of the Controller
Dixie Belle Paint Company
8019 Ridge Rd.
Port Richey, FL 34668
Purposes of Processing
The personal data that we collect from you is processed for the purposes set forth in this Policy. The legal basis for each processing activity is detailed below:
Categories of Recipients of Personal Data
We provide data to third parties as set forth in this Policy, including third party service providers who render services to us and subject to agreements that comply with Article 28 of the GDPR.
Retention of Personal Data
We will maintain your personal data until you contact us to request deletion.
Statutory or Contractual Requirements for Collection of Personal Data
Transfers of Personal Data
Company is located within the United States of America. To the extent that any personal data must be transferred to another country, we will utilize an approved mechanism for transfer, including approved version(s) of the Standard Contractual Clauses as approved by the EU Commission or relevant data supervisory authority for the applicable jurisdictions.
Data Rights for Data Subjects
In accordance with the GDPR, data subjects located in the EU and jurisdictions that have adopted the GDPR or similar legislation, are afforded the following data rights:
A data subject may exercise any of the foregoing data rights by contacting us by one of the means provided for in the Section below titled “Contact Us.” Please be sure to clearly explain the data right(s) that you desire to exercise to enable us to fulfill your request.
Returns and Damages
All sales are final. Damages need to be reported within 5 days of receiving the order.
If you have any questions or concerns about any of the matters detailed in this Policy, you may contact us via telephone at (813) 909-1962 or via email at email@example.com.