PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION POLICY
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To make the use of personal data protection simple for our customers, we have described here the information we collect, why we do so and which third parties have access to it.
Personal data includes all details that can refer to you to any extent. Pilgrim is very careful about how your details are collected and stored confidentially and responsibly. This Personal Data Protection Policy is updated in accordance with relevant legislation.
The data we collect and process include the IP address used, geographic location, the technical details and unique ID of your computer, tablet or mobile phone. We also register which pages you click on (interests) and when you explicitly consent and enter such data yourself, we also process your name, telephone number, e-mail address, address and payment details. Such data will typically be collected when you make a purchase or subscribe to our newsletter.
When we collect the above data, we take responsibility for protecting them, and disclosure to a third party is exclusively related to the service we supply to you.
Pilgrim has taken the technical and organisational steps necessary to prevent publication, deletion, abuse, disclosure to any unauthorised third party or misuse of your personal data in any other way. All details are processed in accordance with relevant legislation at all times.
All your data are used for the purpose intended when you enter them, such as making a purchase on our website. They can also be used to perform general analyses of traffic on www.pilgrim.net, and to optimise your experience of using our site. We can identify you as a user and thus ensure you see relevant adverts, register your purchases and provide the services you may need, such as sending newsletters. Our intention is always to give you the best customer experience.
Pilgrim retains registered and saved data for as long as they may be useful and necessary, although no longer than legislation permits. We then delete all data without notification.
Because the nature of such data and the reason for storing them can differ, we cannot stipulate a specific timeframe for how long we may retain your personal data.
CHANGING YOUR DATA
You are entitled to object to the use of your personal data at any time. You can also withdraw your consent to our use of your data at any time. You can always access the data we keep and process on you, giving you the opportunity to see, change or delete them. Our Customer Service department and Reception are always available if you want access to the data we have.
If you are dissatisfied with the way we process your personal data, we hope you will contact us to discuss the problem. If we cannot resolve the issue straight away, you can complain by contacting DATATILSYNET.
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