Privacy Policy

Apr 2019

PRIVACY POLICY     

This is the Privacy Policy of Project Cece Holding B.V. (hereinafter referred to as "Project Cece", "we," "us" or "our"), a company with address Oetewalerstraat, 83, Amsterdam. Project Cece is registered with the Chamber of Commerce under number 73906077. This Privacy Policy explains how we collect, use, share and protect data in relation to our website https://www.projectcece.co.uk/ (the "Website"). We collect this information when you visit our Website with your computer, tablet or mobile phone ("Computer"). We process personal data in a manner that is in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (the “GDPR”), the implementing legislation based on the GDPR and the other currently applicable privacy legislation. By using our Website, you understand and agree. With the collection and use of information in accordance with this privacy policy. Our Privacy Policy applies to all visitors, users and all others who have access to the Website ("Users").

 

What information do we collect?

We collect the following information that you provide to us:

  1. Username, password and e-mail address when you register for a Project Cece account
  2. Profile information that you provide via your account
  3. Communication between Project Cece and you (we may send you service-related emails)
  4. Purchases made at stores through a visitor ID linked to your account.
  5. Use data of the website that is collected when using the website through cookies. You can find more information about this in our cookie policy.
  6. Images uploaded by Users in the search function of Project Cece.

 

Log file information

We only collect information that your browser sends when you visit our Website when this is necessary for the proper functioning of the Website. The proper functioning of the Website is understood to mean in particular the protection of the Website against acts that could endanger the security of the Website and of your Computer. This log file may contain information such as your IP address, browser type, browser version, the pages of our Website that you visit, the time and date of your visit, the time you spend on these pages and other statistics. We retain this data for debugging and risk assessment purposes.

 

How do we use this information

 

We use all information we collect to support and improve our Website by:

  1. Save data so that you do not have to log in again each time you visit the Website.
  2. Establish, improve, test and view the effectiveness of our Website.
  3. View statistics such as the number of visitors and traffic to the Website.
  4. Fix or diagnose technical problems.
  5. Testing and developing new products.



Communication

 

We may use your information to contact you with newsletters or marketing and promotional purposes that may be of interest to you. If you wish to receive this information, you must register yourself. We use the Mailchimp mailing service, you can consult the Mailchimp privacy policy for more information. If you do not want us to communicate with you any longer after you have registered, you can unsubscribe via the link at the bottom of the e-mails that we send.

 

How is this information shared?

 

We will not rent or sell your (personal) data to third parties.

 

Change of control

 

When Project Cece, or a part thereof, is sold, transferred or our assets end up with another organization (for example as a result of a merger, acquisition, bankruptcy, dissolution or liquidation), data collected via the Website may be the items sold or transferred fall. The buyer or transferee must follow the agreements in this Privacy Policy.

 

Legal request and prevention of damage

 

Based on a legal request, we are entitled to access your information and to save and / or share this in response to a legal request (such as a search warrant, a court order or a writ of summons). We are also entitled to store and / or share your information when we believe it is necessary for the detection, prevention and reporting of fraud or other illegal activities and to protect us, you and others. Information we receive about you may be opened, edited and retained for a longer period of time when this is necessary due to a legal request or obligation, an investigation into our terms and conditions, policies or to prevent other damage.

 

Sharing data with collaboration partner Pixyle

Project Cece works together with Pixyle. Pixyle makes it possible to use image recognition for finding clothing. Project Cece shares aggregated analytics data with Pixyle that they can use to improve their algorithm. No personal user data is shared with Pixyle. For more information about how Pixyle handles data, you can consult Pixyle's privacy policy.

 

Security and safety

Project Cece has taken appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect your data against loss or any form of unlawful processing. We use security measures to ensure that information is secured via the Website (such as requesting a unique password). However, Project Cece cannot guarantee that the information on the Website will not be opened, disclosed, changed or destroyed. You are responsible at all times for maintaining your unique password and account information and for managing e-mails between you and Project Cece. We are not responsible for the functionality, privacy or security measures of any other organization.

 

International transfer

Your information may be transferred and maintained on computers and / or servers located outside the Netherlands and / or the EU and where data protection laws may differ. We make every effort to ensure that even when your personal data are processed outside the EU, they are processed outside the EU in a legally correct and careful manner.

 

Retention period

In accordance with the GDPR and other relevant legislation, Project Cece does not store any personal data for longer than is necessary for the realization of the purposes for which it is collected or processed. If you want more information about how long your specific personal data will be kept, you can contact [email protected]

 

Right to access, corrections, right to object and right to data portability

 

If you want to view your personal data, if you want to change or delete your data or if you want your data to be transferred to you or to a third party, you can contact Project Cece by sending an e-mail to [email protected] or send a letter to:

Project Cece Holding B.V. 
Oetewalerstraat, 83
1093 ME, Amsterdam
Netherlands

 

Third-party applications, websites and services

We are not responsible for the practices of third-party applications, websites or services that are linked to or from our Website, including the information or content attached. Our Privacy Policy does not apply when you use a link to switch from our Website to another application, website or service. Your conduct on a third party application, website or service, including those that link to our website, is subject to the rules and policies of the third party.

 

Children's privacy

Our website does not specifically and consciously request information from individuals under the age of 16 ("Children"). If we discover that we have collected personal information from Children without the consent of their parent or guardian, we will take steps to remove this information from our servers. If you suspect that your child has provided us with personal data without your permission, you can contact us via [email protected] If you, as a child, have left personal data on our site and you wish to delete it, we will endeavour to remove this data. If you suspect that you have provided us with personal data as a child, you can contact us via [email protected]

 

Amendments

 

Project Cece may change or update this Privacy Policy from time to time. You are therefore advised to consult this Privacy Policy regularly. Adjustments to this Privacy Policy take effect as soon as they are published on this page.

 

Contact

 

If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy, you can contact Project Cece by sending an email to [email protected].

 

In short

Cookies are simple small text files that are stored on the hard disk or in the memory of your computer. Cookies cannot damage your computer or the files on your computer. Project Cece uses session cookies, which are automatically deleted when you close your internet browser. We also use standard temporary cookies that are deleted after 30 days so that we do not have to bother you again with the cookie pop-up within 30 days. We also use external links on our website (for example, to embed a YouTube video or to refer to the pictures of the web shops), so it is possible that these external parties also place cookies in accordance with their own cookie policy. Project Cece uses temporary cookies to analyse how the website is used (which pages are visited the most and so on) so that we can improve the website and to save favourite products for users who have created an account. This data is not accessible to other parties, such as Google, because we only store everything on the Matomo cloud. Matomo Cloud is a paid service that does not use the data for their business model and, therefore, does not do anything with the data stored on our cloud via us. We use the services of Matomo to analyse the data, but emphasize that Matomo does not have access to your data, for more information about Matomo you can consult their privacy policy. This service uses the GeoLite database, owned by MaxMind.

EXTENDED COOKIE POLICY

 

Introduction

 

As indicated in the cookie banner, Project Cece uses various types of cookie on its websites. In this cookie policy we explain what these cookies are, what these cookies are used for and how you can adjust the settings of your browser to accept cookies or not.

 

Permission

 

For some of the cookies used by Project Cece, you must give prior permission based on EU law. This cookie policy specifies which cookies are involved. By clicking on "I agree" in the cookie banner or by continuing to use this website, you agree to the placement of all cookies described below when you visit this website or other Project Cece websites. You continue to use this website (and therefore consent to the placement of all cookies) by clicking on any part of the Project Cece web pages (with the exception of opening this cookie policy or the Project Cece privacy statement) or by surfing to other pages of the Project Cece websites. If you do not agree with the placement of all cookies as described in this cookie policy, you should not use and leave the Project Cece websites.

 

What are cookies?

 

A cookie is a small text file that is placed on your computer when you visit a website. Information is stored in this text file. This information can be read on the website during a later visit. Some of these cookies are necessary because otherwise the site cannot function properly. Other cookies are used to increase the user experience of the site for the visitor. For example, for remembering your username and language preference securely. This means that you no longer have to enter this information at every visit. What types of cookies does Project Cece use and for what purpose The cookies used by Project Cece can be divided into different categories, as explained below.

 

Functional cookies

 

This category of cookies is needed to ensure that the website works properly. These cookies ensure, for example, that information is taken from one page to the next. That way you don't have to enter the same information every time. These cookies also ensure that certain preferences that you have specified for the use of a Project Cece website (such as language settings or size of the text) are remembered for future use of the websites. Your prior consent is not required to use these cookies.

 

Analytical cookies

 

These cookies are necessary to ensure that our websites connect as closely as possible to the wishes of our users by anonymizing how users use our websites. Given the limited impact of these cookies on your privacy, no permission is required for the use of these cookies. We do not share analytics data with third parties such as Google, but only analyse anonymized data on our own server.

 

Social Media cookies

 

To be able to easily share the content of our websites with others by means of buttons, we use social media cookies from the social media parties, so that various social media parties can recognize you. For the cookies that the social media parties place when clicking the buttons and the data that can be collected with these, we refer to the explanation of these different parties. Your permission is required to use these cookies.

 

 

Advertisement / profiling cookies

Advertisements are displayed on the Project Cece websites. Some of these advertisements use cookies. These cookies are placed on our website by us and by third parties so that relevant advertisements can be displayed for you. Your permission is required to use these cookies.

 

For example, we use Doubleclick, a service from Google to display relevant advertisements for you. By using this service we collect information based on prior visits to our or other websites on the internet. A pseudonym identification number (ID) is assigned to your browser to check which advertisements were displayed in your browser and which advertisements were called up. The cookies do not contain any personal information. A transfer of this data by Google to third parties only takes place on the basis of legal regulations or in the context of the processing of order data. A transfer of this data by Google to third parties only takes place on the basis of legal regulations or in the context of the processing of order data. Under no circumstances will Google combine your data with other data registered by Google.

 

You can prevent the registration and processing of data created by the cookie and relating to your use (including your IP address) by Google, by allowing you to the following link available browser plugin downloads and installs. Alternatively, you can deactivate the Doubleclick cookies on the Digital Advertising Alliance site via the following link.

 

Affiliate cookies

 

The advertising cookies category also includes cookies that are used for 'affiliate marketing'. These cookies provide information about the effectiveness of a displayed advertisement; the cookie keeps track of whether a purchase has been made in response to a displayed advertisement. Based on this information, the advertiser of the relevant advertisement can be rewarded. Given the limited impact on the privacy of users, no permission is required for the use of these cookies.

 

Tracking cookies

 

Tracking cookies are used to collect information about your surfing behaviour on our website, so that we can make an analysis of our website and continue to improve the website. In addition, we also use these cookies for future advertising purposes. Your permission is required for the use of these cookies.

 

Unforeseen cookies

 

Due to the operation of the internet, Project Cece cannot always control which cookies are placed by third parties through our websites. An example of how this can happen is if website content stored with other parties is shown on our websites. If this is the case, we would appreciate it if you let us know.

 

Change cookie policy

 

Project Cece will be able to make changes to this cookie policy from time to time without informing you of this, for example because its website or cookie regulations change. Changes will take effect immediately as soon as they are published on the website. We recommend that you regularly consult this cookie policy in order to be aware of any changes and, if desired, to adjust settings. By continuing to use this website, you agree to any changes to the cookie policy.

 

Identity of the entrepreneur

Noor Veenhoven, Marcella Wijngaarden, Melissa Wijngaarden and Timo Halbesma are the owners of Project Cece Holding B.V.

Trade name: Project Cece
Business address: Oetewalerstraat 83, 1093 ME, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Telephone number: +31646260820
Email address: [email protected]
Chamber of Commerce number: 73906077
VAT identification number: NL859705717B01

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