Cookies & Privacy Policy

Definitions

Cookies. “Cookies” (capitalised or otherwise and pluralised or otherwise) hereinafter refers to various types of software files, which may be installed to your computer or mobile device when you first visit our website and shall also non-exhaustively refer to web-beacons, scripts and/or other similar files which, collect information in this manner as described in this definition or otherwise.

Our Website. “Our Website” (capitalised or otherwise) hereinafter refers to shop.samtaylorjohnson.com and/or derivative websites to the aforementioned website, through its uniform resource locator, domain or otherwise and/or other websites, which may be accessed by any party so as to transact with us or the access of which results in the transfer of data or information to our website or to us, or which results in the transfer of data or information from us in the form of cookies from us to such parties.

We. “We” “Us” or “Our” (capitalised or otherwise) to the exclusion of all other parties, hereinafter refers to Sam Taylor Johnson (operating as a sole trader) from 6 Albert Terrace, London, NW1-7SU, who is registered for VAT as GB 697325982, and her agents, employees and attorneys (whether natural persons or otherwise), who may be contacted by email at shop@samtaylorjohnson.com or by telephone at 020 3204 1160.

You. “You” or “Your” (capitalised or otherwise) hereinafter refers to all parties who access our website, so as to enter into any kind of transaction with our website or take any kind of action, which may result in the transfer of data or information to our website or to us, or which results in the transfer of data or information from us in the form of cookies to such parties and/or refers to all parties who use any part of our website, who are otherwise referred to as “Customers”.

Cookies Policy

1. So as to (inter-alia) improve performance, enhance the user experience, reduce duplication of notifications to you and allow for updates and improvements, of our website, we may under certain circumstances employ the use of cookies or other such techniques, when you use our website.

2. It is our intent that we may not and cannot personally identify you by using any cookies provided
by us to you.

3. Cookies originating from third party service providers may be downloaded on to your computer or mobile device as a result of visiting our website. We do not control the use of these third party cookies and cannot access them due to the way that cookies work, as cookies can only be accessed by the party who originally set them. Please check such third party websites for more information about such cookies.

4. Cookies, including those which have already been placed on your computer or mobile device by us or by any third party can be deleted from your hard drive. Additionally, you may change the preferences and settings in your web browser to control the behaviour of cookies. In some cases, you can choose to accept cookies from the primary site, but block cookies originating from third parties. In other instances, you can block cookies from specific advertisers, or delete all cookies. Please note deleting or blocking cookies may reduce the functionality of the site in question.

5. You expressly agree that this Cookies Policy only applies to our website and does not cover other websites, service providers or suppliers that we may link to on our website, all of which our subject to their own cookies policies.

a. You expressly agree that we may not be subject to any action, liability or dispute resolution
procedure, or other action, which is a result of lapses in the protection of data and information owing to the activities, omissions, failures or other practices of other websites, service providers or suppliers that we may link to on our website.

6. It is our intent that our Cookies Policy is compliant with the Data Protection Act 1998 and the various underlying Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations, allowing you to control how your data and information is used by organisations or businesses, including our website.

7. We reserve the right to and may revise this Cookies Policy from time to time.

a. You may wish to check our website for such changes each time you visit our website. If you do not agree to these changes, please do not continue to use our website.

b. This Cookies Policy is valid as of February 2015.

8. This Cookies Policy is construed to be in accordance with and governed, to the exclusion of the law of any other forum, by the laws of England and Wales, without regard to the jurisdiction in which any action may be instituted.

Privacy Policy

1. So as to improve our website by monitoring how you use it, to provide you with information about services and additional services (if you so require) and to respond to any feedback you may intimate to us (if you so authorise), we may under certain circumstances collect certain data or information about you, when you use our website.

Such data or information may include:

  • details to allow you to access our services and conduct transactions, such as email addresses or other contact or payment details
  • information on how you use our website, using cookies and other techniques to help us improve our website (please refer to our Cookies Policy)
  • questions, queries or feedback you leave, including your email address if you should so contact us or our website
  • your IP address and other machine or computer identifying information and details of which version of web browser you are using.

2. It is our intent that we may not and cannot personally identify you by using any data or information provided to us by you.

3. By submitting your data or information to us, you expressly agree that we may store your data on secure servers, which may situated in the UK or in other jurisdictions and your data or information may be viewed by staff or suppliers.

4. You expressly agree that any data you transmit to us or any other party is at your own risk and that although reasonable steps shall be taken by us to keep such secure upon our receipt of such; we do not guarantee the security of your data or information.

5. With the exclusion of websites within our remit, our suppliers or other parties, who operate within our chain of supply, we shall not share your information with any other organisations for marketing, market research or commercial purposes and we shall not pass on your details to other un-associated websites.

6. We shall endeavour to ensure that any payment transactions are always encrypted.

7. We may in certain circumstances disclose your personal information to the relevant regulators or authorities, if we have a legal obligation to do so, which may arise as a result of domestic or international legal or statutory compliance obligations or in circumstances where such disclosure is necessary to enforce or apply our Terms and Conditions or other agreements.

8. Our Privacy Policy is compliant with the Data Protection Act 1998 and the data protection principles therein, allowing you to control how your data and information is used by organisations or businesses, including our website.

a. We shall thus endeavour to ensure that data or information about you held by us is accurate, handled according to your data protection rights, kept for no longer than is necessary, kept safe and secure, not transferred outside the UK without adequate protection, used fairly and lawfully, used for limited, specifically stated purposes and used in a way that is adequate, relevant and not unreasonable.

b. We shall (subject to statutory or other legal requirements and subject to technical feasibility)
thus in the first instance of a complaint or dispute in relation to your data and information, endeavour to provide you with any data or information that we may hold about you, which may require the payment of a fee, in order to facilitate such provision. We may be contacted for such purposes at our business address, as defined above.

c. In the event of a complaint or dispute in relation to your data and information which cannot be resolved by us in the first instance mechanism as described above, you may seek to contact the Information Commissioner’s Office by the following phone number: 0303 123 1113.

9. You expressly agree that this Privacy Policy only applies to our website and does not cover other websites, service providers or suppliers that we may link to on our website, all of which our subject to their own privacy policies.

a. You expressly agree that we may not be subject to any action, liability or dispute resolution procedure, or other action, including those referred to in this Privacy Policy, which is a result of lapses in the protection of data and information owing to the activities, omissions, failures or other practices of other websites, service providers or suppliers that we may link to on our website.

10. We reserve the right to and may revise this Privacy Policy from time to time.

a. You may wish to check our website for such changes each time you submit personal information to our website. If you do not agree to these changes, please do not continue to use our website to submit personal information to us.

b. This Privacy Policy is valid as of February 2015.

11. This Privacy Policy is construed to be in accordance with and governed, to the exclusion of the law of any other forum, by the laws of England and Wales, without regard to the jurisdiction in which any action may be instituted.