PRIVACY AND DATA PROTECTION
Thank you for visiting the-dresscode.com! We would like to explain which private data we use when you visit the-dresscode.com, why we do this and how we do this.
1. CONTACT DETAILS
THE-DRESSCODE, Mooslängstr. 1, 82178 Puchheim, Germany (“THE-DRESSCODE”, “we“, “us“) is responsible for your privacy protection and is the official service provider. You can find further information about our company and complete contact information under Imprint.
2. USE OF OUR WEBSITE
2.1. Every time you use our website your browser transfers certain technical details to the server, where the information you need is stored (for example the name of the needed file, date and time of use, browser type, showed websites and error messages). For technical and statistical reasons such data is stored in the so called log files on the server. No personal information or IP addresses are stored in such log files and with the help of these log files it is not possible to identify what information you accessed on our website.
Moreover, any personal information (for example your name or contact information) will be transferred to us only when you explicitly provide this information to us for certain purposes, for example when you register on our website or place an order. We use your personal data either for certain purposes (for example for processing your order) or in case you explicitly allow us to do this or in case we must or have the right to do this according to existing laws.
2.2. Creating a THE-DRESSCODE - account / My account
When you register a new the-dresscode.com account (My account), you must provide the following information:
2.3. Order processing
We store and use order details to carry out the delivery to the address provided and for further order processing purposes. When necessary (for example during payment or delivery) your personal information is passed over to third parties, like a payment provider or shipping partner.
2.4. Use of your email address for advertising purposes
If you have already purchased any products on the-dresscode.com we use your data to the extent allowed by law to send you emails advertising similar products or offers.
On our website you can provide us with your email address and further optional information, so that in the future we can send you regular emails with information regarding special offers running on the-dresscode.com and other news.
For signing up for the newsletter we use the so called Double-Opt-in procedure. It means that after providing your email address you will receive a confirmation email, where we ask you to confirm your email address.
Newsletters include such usual market technologies as pixel tracking or random IDs, which help us to assess the use of the Newsletter by our customers. They help us to understand which information interests you more and which products and news is more interesting to you. All data is always stored under pseudonym and is not merged with other data (for example customer number, name, address, order details).
Unsubscribe.: You can unsubscribe from the newsletter at any time using the unsubscribe link provided in each email. Alternatively you can unsubscribe from the newsletter by using any contact provided in our Imprint. If you unsubscribe we will delete your email address and any optional information in case provided. Please note that any data provided during the account registration or ordering process will not be deleted if you unsubscribe the newsletter.
4.1. Google Analytics
The the-dresscode.com website uses Google Analytics, a web analysis service from Google Inc. Google Analytics uses so-called “cookies” to create pseudonymised user profiles. The information that the cookie generates about your use of this website is transferred to and stored on a server operated by Google in the USA. Google uses this information on the name of The-dresscode.com to evaluate your usage of our website, to compile reports on web activities for the site host and to perform other services associated with website and internet use for market research purposes.
In no case will Google associate your IP address with other Google data. As we have activated IP anonymization for our website, the IP addresses that are automatically transmitted with the usage details are abbreviated by Google within the European Union or other contracting states of the European Economic Area before the data is forwarded to and stored in the USA.
You may also prevent the recording of the data generated by the cookie and concerning your usage of the website (including your IP address) by Google and to the processing of such data by Google by downloading and installing the browser plugin. if you use our website on a mobile device, please use this link to prevent the use of Google Analytics. After this an opt-out-cookie will be used, which prevents the transfer of any data to Google. Please note that you should use this link again in case you deleted the cookie from your mobile device or in case you wish to prevent the work of Google Analytics on another mobile device. The opt-out-cookie does not prevent the use of Goggle Analytics on other websites.
If you would like to stop data collection click on the following link: deactivate Facebook Pixel. Hereby, the-dresscode.com will place a cookie in your browser memory that supresses the loading of Facebook Pixel with the next page impression. Please keep in mind that you have to click this link again if you have deleted this cookie from your browser or if you visit our website from another device or browser. Our opt-out-cookie does not prevent data collection on other websites.
If you do not have a Facebook account, you can prevent Facebook from data processing by clicking on deactivation link on YourOnlineChoices website, provided by European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance: http://www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/your-ad-choices. If you deactivate Facebook data processing, Facebook will only show you ads created according to information other than collected with the help of retargeting tags.
The-dresscode.com uses the so called social plug-ins, which are small icons of different social networks, which can be used for sharing different information provided on The-dresscode.com. These icons are provided by the corresponding social network.
Facebook is a social network owned by Facebook Ireland Limited, Hanover Reach, 5-7 Hanover Quay, Dublin 2 Ireland (“Facebook”). Facebook-Plug-ins are marked with blue Facebook logo and have as a rule the corresponding function (for example “Like” or “Share”).
IIf you use a Facebook plug-in on the-dresscode.com, your browser automatically connects to Facebook servers and starts the plug-in. In this case Facebook will automatically receive the information that the plug-in was activated on the-dresscode.com. If you click on the corresponding icon, it is possible that further information about you will be processed by Facebook. It is possible that Facebook will use a cookie, which helps Facebook to remember that you clicked the corresponding icon on the-dresscode.com. If you are logged in on Facebook while browsing our website Facebook can allocate your activity to your Facebook profile. If you log in on Facebook after clicking on the corresponding icon on our website, it is possible that this information will be posted in your Facebook profile or your feed. In this case Facebook may use and store further information. It is possible that in this case Facebook creates user profiles, which contain more information than your Facebook profile.
We never know which Facebook plug-ins you use. We only receive anonymous statistics from Facebook regarding Facebook plug-ins used on the-dresscode.com within a certain period of time.
Twitter is a microblogging service owned by Twitter, Inc., 795 Folsom St., Suite 600, San Francisco, CA 94107, USA.
When you browse our website and use Twitter icon your browser will automatically connect with Twitter servers and load the plug-in. In this case Twitter will automatically receive the information that the plug-in was activated on The-dresscode.com. Twitter can use and store user information after you click on the corresponding icon even if you are not logged in on Twitter. If you are logged in on Twitter while browsing our website Twitter can allocate your activity to your Twitter account.
If you click on the Twitter icon and twitter the information from the pop-up window, the information is transferred to Twitter. This information will then be posted in your Twitter profile.
You can find information on how to prevent data use by Pinterest under https://help.pinterest.com/de/articles/personalization-and-data-other-websites.
7. SHARING YOUR PERSONAL DATA WITH THIRD PARTIES
Your personal data will not be shared with third parties unless we must do this in accordance with the existing laws (for example in case of a court order) or we have the right to do this (for example sharing the information with technical providers) or in case you explicitly give us the permission to share your personal information with third parties.
8. LINKS TO OTHER WEBSITES
THE-DRESSSCODE takes certain technical and organizational measures in order to protect the-dresscode.com against misuse and to protect your personal information against loss, manipulation and unauthorised use. The data transfer between our website and your browser is encrypted. We protect the transfer of your data with a secure SSL (“Secure Socket Layer“) connection. This technology prevents the unauthorised use of the transferred data by third parties. Most up-to-date browsers support this encryption technology.
Please note that email communication with THE-DRESSCODE is not encrypted, which means that information contained in emails may be read by unauthorised third parties.
10. RIGHT FOR INFORMATION AND CANCELLATION
According to § 34 Federal Data Protection Act you have the right to receive the information about stored personal data at any time. If you gave us the permission for the use of your personal data, you can cancel it any time. You will find the contact information in our Imprint.
May 2018, © THE-DRESSCODE