Personal Information means information about you which is, or can be, tied to you as an individual. Black Press Ltd. will collect and use Personal Information of users only as follows:
Our purpose in collecting Personal Information.
What Personal Information we collect and how we collect it.
The Personal Information we collect may include: * Contact information; names, addresses, email addresses and other such information required for us to transact business with you; and * Technical information (such as your computers operating system and browser type, and the address of a referring website, if any, and the path you take through our web pages) when you visit our websites; When you visit our website, we may place a “cookie,” a small computer file, on your computer to allow our website to function properly. You may delete this cookie from your computer. You may also set your Internet browser to reject cookies, however, doing so will compromise the functionality of our website.
How we use Personal Information.
Despite our best efforts, a data breach is possible. In the event of a data breach coming to our attention, whether or not through our fault, we will immediately notify all persons whose Personal Information has been or may have been inappropriately hacked or disclosed, we will minimize the breach and we will take steps to minimize foreseeable damage in the circumstances. We will keep those potentially affected abreast of our investigation and steps to mitigate damage.
Modifications to our privacy policies.
We reserve the right to change our privacy policies at any time, except as may be prohibited by law. We will post revisions online. Use of our websites or services or the purchase of products after posted changes means that you consent to the privacy policies as changed.
Contact us for more information about our privacy policies.
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