At London Print shop, we respect your privacy. We do collect information from you, but it is our policy and priority to ensure that all personal information remains private and secure.
London Print Shop reserves the right to amend this Privacy Statement at any time without prior notice, and only the current Privacy Statement may be deemed effective.
1. What general information does London Print Shop collect about me and how is it used?
When you visit londonprintshop.com, we collect some basic information about your computer, such as: IP address (your computer's unique signature). Operating system (e.g., Windows 95). Browser software (e.g., Microsoft Internet Explorer, Netscape). Internet Service Provider (e.g., Pipex, Demon, Freeserve, etc.). Other numeric codes used to identify a computer. The information we collect is aggregated to reflect the population and not focused on individuals. We use it to help us better understand the people who visit the London Print Shop web site. In addition, like many other sites with paid advertising, we disclose some of this aggregate information to advertisers to inform them of the number of people who have seen and clicked on their links or advertisements.
2. What personal information does London Print Shop collect about me and how is it used?
During the londonprintshop.com sign-up process to the mailing list or competition, we ask you to supply personal information, including your name and an e-mail address. Only those submitting to the mailing list are added to it. We allow members to unsubscribe from this list by sending an e-mail to email@example.com with 'unsubscribe' as the subject. Any information submitted when entering a competition or making a purchase is kept for our records only. It is never passed on to third parties, nor is it added to any list or used to send unsolicited e-mail's or correspondence of any type.
Information collected by London Print Shop is encrypted using SSL technology. Credit card transactions are processed by Moneybookers, an established financial institution. Access to credit card information at London print Shop is restricted to authorised staff only, in a manner consistent with or exceeding industry standards.
3. How do third-party advertisers use my information?
4. How may I protect my privacy on the Internet and within London Print Shop?
Know the risks. If you provide your e-mail address to public domains such as chat rooms or newsgroups, or you provide it to Web sites which don't respect your privacy, you may begin to receive unsolicited e-mail. Unsolicited e-mail is also known as spam. London Print Shop has strict rules prohibiting spam, it is generally a good idea to provide your e-mail address only to people or groups that you trust.