PRIVACY & COOKIES POLICY
This page addresses the use and disclosure of information we collect from you.
Our primary goal in collecting personal information is to provide you with a safe, efficient, and personalised experience. We only collect personal information about you that is considered necessary for this purpose.
We automatically collect and process certain information based upon your use of our website. We use this information to conduct internal research on our users' interests and behaviour to better understand, serve and protect you and our community. Please note we do not collect your financial information i.e. credit or debit card numbers. This is handled outside of our website by your choice of secure and reputable third party payment processors, such as PayPal and Stripe.
We use standard data collection devices such as "cookies" on certain pages of the website. Cookies are small files placed on your hard drive that assist us in providing customised services and to help promote safer and more personalised shopping experience. Most cookies are "session cookies", meaning that they are automatically deleted from your computer / device at the end of a session using our website. You are always free to decline our cookies if your browser permits, although in that case you may not be able to use certain features on the website.
As a matter of policy, TJILI will never sell or rent your personal information to third parties for their marketing or any other purposes.
COOKIES & BROWSER SETTINGS
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files which a website may put on your computer or mobile device when you first visit a site or page. The cookie will help the website, or another website, to recognise your device the next time you visit. Web beacons or other similar files can also do the same thing. We use the term “cookies” in this policy to refer to all files that collect information in this way.
There are many functions cookies serve. For example, they can help us to remember your preferences, analyse how well our website is performing, or allow us to recommend / tailor content we believe will be most relevant to you.
Most cookies collect general information such as how users arrive at and use our websites, or a user’s general location.
What sort of cookies do you use?
Generally, we utilise certain cookies to analyse how visitors use our website and to monitor website performance. This allows us to provide a high quality experience by customising our offering and quickly identifying and fixing any issues that arise. For example, we might use performance cookies to keep track of which pages are most popular, which method of linking between pages is most effective, and to determine why some pages are receiving error messages. We might also use these cookies to highlight items or content that we think will be of interest to you based on your usage of the website.
We also use or allow trusted third parties to serve cookies. For example, like many companies, we use Google Analytics to help us monitor our website traffic. We may also enable third parties to serve cookies to help to identify fraudulent or non-human traffic on some of our websites. We may also use third party cookies to help us with market research, revenue tracking, improving site functionality and monitoring compliance with our terms and conditions and copyright policy.
Can a website user block cookies?
As explained above, cookies help users to get the best experience out of our website.
Please remember that if you do choose to disable cookies, you may find that certain sections of our website do not work properly.
Do we track whether users open our emails?
Our emails may contain a single, campaign-unique “web beacon pixel” to tell us whether, and how many times, our emails are opened and verify any clicks through to links within the email. We may use this information for purposes including determining which of our emails are more interesting to users, to query whether users who do not open our emails wish to continue receiving them, and to check that content is being used in accordance with our terms and conditions. The pixel will be deleted when you delete the email. If you do not wish the pixel to be downloaded to your device, you can adjust your email program settings to receive emails from us in plain text rather than HTML.
A little more about cookies?
A cookie is a small text file that’s stored on your computer or mobile device when you visit a website. We use them
to remember your preferences and tailor our site to user interests.
First party cookies
These are set by the website you’re visiting. And only that website can read them. In addition, a website might use a separate company to analyse how people are using their site. And this separate company will set their own cookie to do this.
Third party cookies
These are set by someone other than the owner of the website you’re visiting. Some of our web pages may also contain content from other sites, such as YouTube which may set their own cookies. Also, if you Share a link to a TJILI page, the service you share it on (e.g. Facebook) may set a cookie on your browser.
TJILI has no control over third party cookies.
Some websites use advertising networks to show you specially targeted adverts when you visit. These networks may also be able to track your browsing across different sites. We don’t set advertising cookies on the TJILI site.
Session (Transient) cookies
These cookies are erased when you close your browser, and do not collect information from your computer. They typically store information in the form of a session identification that does not personally identify the user.
Persistent (Permanent/Stored) cookies
These cookies are stored on your hard drive until they expire (i.e based on a set expiration date) or until you delete them. These cookies are used to collect identifying information about the user, such as web surfing behaviour or user preferences for a specific site.
Other tracking technologies
Some sites use things like web beacons, clear GIFs, page tags and web bugs to understand how people are using them and target advertising at people.
They usually take the form of a small, transparent image, which is embedded in a web page or email. They work with cookies and capture data like your IP address, when you viewed the page or email, what device you were using and where you were.