1. Personal Information We Collect and How We Use It. We collect and use your personal information for a variety of business purposes, including to provide the products, services and information that you request, to communicate with you about them, to do all things necessary to administer our products, services and websites, and manage, protect and improve them. We also use personal information to customize content most relevant to your interests and notify you about important news concerning Zumbiel and its affiliates. “Personal information” means information that may identify you as an individual or allow online contact with you. We do not sell your personal information to third parties to enable them to market to you. To understand what personal information we may share with third parties, see “Information We Share with Third Parties” below.
3. Other Information We Collect. Whenever you visit or interact with www.zumbiel.com or a social media page we offer, we, or our service providers, may use assorted technologies that automatically or passively collect information about how a website is accessed and used. We refer to this information as traffic data. Traffic data may include, but is not limited to, browser type, device type used to access the website (i.e., computer or mobile device), unique number assigned to identify such device, operating system, application version, click path taken through the website, website visited before or after our site, use of features or applications on the website, and other publicly available information. This information helps us improve our websites and marketing. Traffic data is generally non-identifying, but if we associate it with you as an identifiable person, we will treat it as personal information. Technologies we use on our websites to collect traffic data, include but are not limited to: mobile analytics software, cookies (data files placed on your computer or other devices used to access a website), and pixel tags (transparent graphic image, sometimes called a web beacon or tracking beacon, placed on a web page or in an email, which indicates that a page or email has been viewed). We, or our vendors, may also place cookies or similar files on your computer or other devices used to access one of our websites for security purposes, to facilitate navigation and to personalize your experience while visiting the website. A pixel tag may tell your browser to get content from another server. If you set your browser to disable or opt out of receiving cookies, please be aware that some features and services on our websites may not work as intended.
4. Do Not Track Requests; Third-Party Tracking. Unless your browser settings are configured to make your online activities and publicly available information about your online activities (such as traffic data described above under “Other Information We Collect”) invisible to usage analytics tools, we do not presently have the capability to omit you from our analytics to the extent your browser only sends us a “do not track” message and does not otherwise screen you from tracking without action on our part. While we, or vendors on our behalf, may track the websites you visited before and after our websites as part of the traffic data described above for our internal business purposes, we do not authorize other third parties (e.g., advertisers) to do so, but it is nonetheless possible that third parties may do so for their own purposes with respect to which we may have no knowledge or control.
8. Links. Our websites may link to third-party websites. We are not responsible for the privacy practices or content of other websites. We encourage you to read the privacy statements of any third-party websites you visit.
9. Children. Our websites are not intended for use by children in the United States under the age of 13, and we do not knowingly collect personal information from such children. If we learn that we have collected the personal information of such a child we will take steps to delete the information as soon as possible. Children under the age of majority in any non-U.S. jurisdiction should not provide any personal information without their parent’s consent.
11. Your California Privacy Rights. Pursuant to Section 1798.83 of the California Civil Code, residents of California have the right to request from a business, with whom the California resident has an established business relationship, what types of personal information the business shares with third parties for direct marketing purposes by such third party and the identities of the third parties with whom the business has shared such information in the immediately preceding calendar year. To access this information, please contact us.