KIDA CLUB may collect personal data for various purposes. How and in what way the collected personal data is collected, how and how this data is protected is stated below.
By filling out various forms and questionnaires on the membership, some personal information (name-surname, e-mail addresses) of the members is collected.
KIDA CLUB may send campaign information, information about new products, promotional offers to its customers and members in some periods.
KIDA CLUB does not use the information by itself or its collaborators for direct marketing purposes. Personal information can be used to contact the user when necessary.
KIDA CLUB will strictly keep confidential information private and confidential, consider it a confidentiality obligation, and take all necessary precautions and diligence to ensure and maintain confidentiality, to prevent all or any part of confidential information from entering the public domain or unauthorized use or disclosure to a third party. commits to show
THIRD PARTY WEBSITES AND APPS
It may link to other sites within the KIDA CLUB website. KIDA CLUB does not bear any responsibility for the privacy practices and contents of the sites accessed through these links.
1. To comply with the obligations imposed by the laws, decrees, regulations, etc., issued by the competent legal authority and in force;
2. Requesting information about users for the purpose of conducting an investigation or investigation duly carried out by the competent administrative and judicial authority;
3. It is necessary to provide information in order to protect the rights or security of users.
Never write down your credit card number or passwords in the e-mails you send to KIDA CLUB for any reason. Information contained in e-mails can be viewed by third parties. Under no circumstances can KIDA CLUB guarantee the security of the information transmitted from your e-mails.
Technical communication files are small text files that a website sends to the user's browser to be stored in the main memory. The technical communication file facilitates the use of the Internet by storing status and preferences about the site.
The technical communication file, , aims to obtain statistical information about how many people visit the site, for what purpose, how many times a person visits the site and how long they stay on the site, and to dynamically advertise and create advertisements from specially designed user pages for users. It helps to produce content. The technical communication file is not designed to retrieve data or any other personal information from the main memory or your e-mail. Most of the browsers are initially designed to accept the technical communication file, but users can change the settings so that the technical communication file does not arrive or a warning is given when the technical communication file is sent.