This Privacy Notice will provide you with information on the types of personal data which we collect from you and how we use it. We will explain the following:
what personal information we collect about you; when we collect this information; why we collect this information; our lawful basis for collecting this information; who we share this information with; how we store this information; how long we keep this information; and what rights you have over this information.
1.1 “PRISM London” also includes PRISM².
1.2 We only collect, store and process your personal data in accordance with relevant laws and regulation.
11 Appendix A: Third Party Sources
The following is a list of Third Parties who may provide us with your personal data.
Third PartyCategories of Personal Data Collected From Third PartyUse of DataGoogle AdwordsCustomer browsing data, order information, cart & wishlist informationMarketingGoogle AnalyicsCustomer browsing data, order information, cart & wishlist informationAnalyticsFacebookCustomer browsing data, cart & wishlist informationMarketing, SocialMailchimpEmail, name, country of residence, opt in dateMarketingHotjarBrowsing dataAnalyticsPayPalPurchase history, payment detailsOrder ProcessingTouch RetailPurchase historyAnalytics
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