Privacy Policy

Security Statement

Welcome! This Privacy Policy (the “Privacy Policy”), which incorporates by reference our Terms and Conditions of Use located at [insert site subpage], applies to your use of the Stonekala, Inc. (“Company”) Website located at www.stonekala.com and the services made available through same (collectively, the “Website”). You may not use the Website if you do not agree to this Privacy Policy. You should immediately stop using this Website if at any point you find yourself in disagreement with this Privacy Policy.

We respect our customers’ right to privacy and will always be transparent about how we utilize any information we collect from them. In general, we gather customer data to tailor your shopping and advocacy experiences, keep you updated on our latest offerings and specials, and contact you about other things we think might pique your interest. We understand the importance of properly handling all client data. This Privacy Policy was drafted to provide information about the privacy safeguards the Company employs when collecting, storing, and using personal data from residents of the United States, the European Union (“EU”), the European Economic Area (“EEA”), and Switzerland.

If you give information to any other company, third-party vendor, or entity that is referenced on this Website as a third-party contact, that company, vendor, or entity may have its own privacy policy that supersede this one. Information about you that we collect from outside sources is likewise not covered by this Privacy Policy. You agree to our collection, transfer, storage, disclosure, and use of information in accordance with this Privacy Policy by using the Website and/or contacting us and giving any personal information. We will update this page with any changes to our Privacy Policy.

Some sections of this Privacy Statement only apply to residents of the European Economic Area and the European Union. EU/EEA Data Subjects Only has been added to those sections.

Individuals located in the EU or EEA are excluded from the scope of some parts of this Privacy Statement. In such cases, we have labeled the relevant portions as “Not Applicable to EU/EEA Data Subjects.”

1. What this declaration covers

In the United States, the Company collects personal data and/or sensitive data from individuals in a variety of ways, including by and through our website located at www.stonekala.com (the “Website”) and information you provide to us based on information from the Website. This Privacy Policy sets forth the principles under which the Company collects, uses, processes, retains, and discloses personal data and/or sensitive data (i.e., if you send us an e-mail at an e-mail address identified on the Website or submit information through the Website). Information received in any format, electronic or otherwise, is covered by this Privacy Policy.

2. Terms

Company, its officers, directors, owners, employees, and agents are collectively referred to herein as “we,” “us,” and “our,” and “personal data” refers to any information that identifies you as an individual (as opposed to a company or corporate entity). Personal information, as used here and in the context of our company, may contain the following details:

List of names and associated data (email, postal, and phone)

Identification number, such as a Social Security number or passport number;

Nationality, income, and other economic details;

Payment-related or necessary financial data (such a credit card number or bank account number);

Information about the source from which you were referred to the Website;

Any other similar data you or your representatives have supplied to us in connection with our Services (as defined below).

The “data controller” is the business or individual that determines the purposes for which and the manner in which any individually identifiable data is processed.

Data processor refers to the individual or organization tasked with handling data on behalf of the data controller.

Any action taken on personal information is referred to as “processing” or the “processing” of that information. Data processing include, but is not limited to, data acquisition, data classification, data storage, data modification, data analysis, data presentation, data transmission, data deletion, and data availability.

3. Details on the data we collect from you

Information about you that falls under the definition of “personal data” in Part 2 above may be collected.

In order to provide the services (the “Services”), you accept that we may collect and process such personal data. Services that may be provided:

Responsibility for overseeing the Website and all of its features and functions.

Any purchase, attempted purchase, return, or attempted return of any items, products, or services offered on or via the Website.

Via our “Call to Action” [platform], we make it possible for you to sign or join petitions in which you have a genuine interest.

Giving you a voice in an editorial capacity, subject to the terms and circumstances associated therewith.

Sending you our newsletter if you’ve expressly asked for it or signed up for it.

Answering any questions you may have or resolving any concerns you may have about us, the products we provide, or this website (whether your question or inquiry was via e-mail, directly on the Website, hard copy or otherwise).

In addition, by using our Services, you agree that we may use your personal information for the following extra purposes:

Refreshing our files;

Keeping an eye on the things you’ve bought and how much you’ve spent in the past;

Collecting data about our clientele’s demographics;

Regarding any potential employment with the Company;

We are doing an internal analysis for management purposes;

The fulfillment of a legal obligation that necessitates the processing of your personal data;

Respect for the law and for regulations;

Avoiding criminal activity and fraud;

Audits, either internally or externally; and

Use for whatever else one would lawfully desire.

We may also collect information from you that is not personally identifiable, such as information you submit in product reviews, in addition to the foregoing.

Don’t send us the following, thanks:

information about another person unless specifically requested to do so by the Company;

Information about yourself that the Company hasn’t specifically asked for;

Without the Company’s express request, any sensitive, proprietary, secret, or legally protected information; and

Information that you are legally obligated not to disclose to the Company, such as trade secrets, patent information, or other proprietary or secret data.

4. Methods we use to gather personal data

When we need information from you, such as your name and address, we collect it.

a) Information You Provide to Us – We may collect information from you when:

your registration with us is complete;

you give it to us when you fill out a form, such as when you participate in a “Call to Action” petition, use our editorial platform, make a purchase on the Website, or return an item;

you submit a query to us via the Website, such as in connection with a “contact customer service” request or inquiry, or otherwise communicate with us by e-mail;

your verbal or in-person data provision;

you send us a written communication (not by email, phone, or in person) and deliver it to us (via mail, UPS, etc.);

you supply us with proof;

information that could identify you is provided to us by you;

By applying for a job at our company, you give us some information about yourself.

b) Automatic Data Collection – When you visit our Website, we automatically acquire some data (as explained below).

We may also collect information about you from other parties, as described in section c) below. For advertising and marketing reasons, we may, for instance, receive information about you that is commercially available from third parties or purchase email lists from third parties. Web beacons and other technologies specified in this Privacy Policy may also be used to collect data from third parties that offer services on our behalf.

5. Cookie Utilization

a) Cookie Information

A cookie is a small text file that is delivered from a web server to a web browser and saved in the browser’s memory. The file contains an identifier (a string of letters and numbers). When the browser requests a page from the server, it includes the identification in the request.

Web browsers will keep a persistent cookie until its set expiration date, unless the user deletes the cookie prior to the expiration date, while a session cookie will be destroyed at the end of the user session, when the web browser is closed.

While cookies themselves do not normally contain any information that might be used to identify a user, we may link information stored in and retrieved from cookies to personal data that we store about you.

Our Internal Usage Cookies

To better serve you and our other users, we employ the following uses of cookies:

cookies help us keep track of who’s visiting our site and from where, allowing us to do authentication checks;

condition – we can tell if you’re signed into our Website thanks to the information stored in cookies;

customizing your experience We utilize data stored in cookies to tailor our content to your interests.

safety – cookies are an integral part of the security protocols we employ to guard user accounts, prevent unauthorized access to sensitive information, and secure our Website and services.

promotion — Cookies enable us show you ads that are more likely to be of interest to you. Users in the EU/EEA: Follow the steps below to prevent advertising cookies from being placed on your computer. In addition, we may be able to instruct you on how to disable advertising cookies if you provide us notification in accordance with Section 14 hereof. The ability to use our website and/or our services, as well as the cost to you, may be affected if advertising cookies are blocked, as these cookies are one source of revenue for us in connection with our services.

diagnostic – Cookies help us figure out what’s wrong when there’s an issue with our site or servers.

analysis – Cookies allow us to track and compile information about how our website and services are used and how effective they are.

By using cookies, we can remember your choices about how and whether to use cookies in the future, should you decide to create an account with us.

b) Third-Party Cookies Used By Us Or Our Suppliers And Service Providers

When you visit our Website, cookies from our service providers and partners may be stored on your computer. Some examples of such suppliers and service providers are:

Google Analytics (for more details, check https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245?hl=en).

[ADD OTHERS HERE]

To learn more about the cookies that are used in conjunction with the foregoing, you should consult the privacy and cookie policies of the aforementioned Websites.

Due to our use of third-party vendors or service providers to deliver some or all of the services offered or provided by the aforementioned services and Websites, or other services we decide to include, the aforementioned Websites and cookies may change from time to time. The aforementioned list may not be exhaustive, and we reserve the right to add or remove suppliers and service providers at any moment.

d) Controlling Cookies

You can erase cookies from your browser or set it to not accept them. Different browsers and versions have different ways of doing this. But, here are some links to more up-to-date resources on cookie blocking and deletion:

https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?

Chrome hl=en

To enable or deactivate cookies in Firefox, go to https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enable-and-disable-cookies-Website-preferences;

Here’s where you can learn more about Opera’s cookie and security settings:

To erase and manage cookies in Internet Explorer, visit: https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer;

PH21411 (Safari) at https://support.apple.com/; and

https://privacy.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-10-microsoft-edge-and-privacy (Edge) (Edge).

The functionality of many sites, including ours, could be compromised if cookies are disabled.

Shared local objects (or “FLASH cookies”) are cookies that websites can store on your computer without your knowledge or the ability to delete them using your web browser’s built-in features. Unless you are informed that we intend to utilize FLASH cookies for a particular service, we will only use them in a mStonekalaer compatible with the objectives for which they were developed.

6. Implementing Pixel Tags, Clear GIFs, Java Script, and Web Beacons

We utilize web beacons, clear-gifs, pixel tags, and JavaScript on our Website, and deactivating them may prevent the Website and our services from functioning as intended.

On the Website and in our emails to you, we may also utilize “pixel tags” (also known as “action pixels,” “web beacons,” or “clear gifs”) and/or JavaScript plug-ins.

Web beacons and plug-ins are small graphic images (usually invisible to the naked eye) or code placed on a Website or in an email message for the purpose of tracking the success of email marketing campaigns and documenting the pages and advertising that users click on. To gauge the success of our website and advertising campaigns, we employ tracking tools such as cookies and web beacons.

We may also contract with outside parties to assist with data tracking, collection, and analysis. We may allow third parties with whom we have agreements to place these devices on the Website and/or in emails to collect and use information such as which pages are visited, which emails are read, and which links are clicked within emails. It’s possible that these external services will also install cookies on your machine. We may supplement the information we already have about you with aggregate demographic information and user statistics obtained from those third-party cookies. To better serve our customers, these third-party companies may also use some transaction data to provide analytics to us. Learn more about the cookies we use above.

If you are a data subject in the European Union or the European Economic Area, you can request that we stop using certain tracking technologies by sending us notice as described in Section 13 hereof. Nevertheless, this may limit your access to our website and/or our services, increase or decrease the price of our services, or both.

7. Database Activity Records

To keep track of which websites were visited and which ones weren’t, “server logs” are kept on the computers that serve up the web pages. The actions you take on our Website may be logged in our server’s activity logs. You should know that each time you interact with a search box on the Website, information about you, including your IP address and any cookies that may be installed on your browser, may be recorded in the server log.

8. Internet Search Terms

You may be able to do a search for content on our site if we choose to include such a feature. Search query information entered into our site may be saved and combined with other data we have collected about the browser and/or IP address from which the search was made.

9. Commercials from Outside Sources

We may hire an outside ad serving company to place our ads on other sites, including this one. Advertisers on our Website, other Websites, and other media may use information (excluding your name, address, email address, or telephone number) about your visits to this Website and other Websites to present advertising about goods and services likely to be of interest to you. Pixel tags and similar technologies are used to capture this anonymous data, and are already commonplace on most big websites (as we’ve covered above).

The Network Advertising Initiative is a website where you may learn more about the methods and tools used in internet advertising. Network Advertising.org can tell you what options you have if you do not want these companies to utilize your information in this way.

In addition, we may occasionally hire outside parties to promote our business online and distribute our catalogs to customers we believe would be interested in our Services. The vendors will use the data they acquire about your use of our Website and Services in an aggregated, anonymous form to help improve their products and services. A cookie or pixel tag (both of which are described in greater detail above) is used to collect this anonymous information, and it is standard technology used by most large Websites. In this procedure, we will not collect any information that could be used to identify you. In order to determine if you might be interested in obtaining a catalog, they may combine the anonymous information they acquire with information obtained from other sources (such as your name and mailing address) that was not collected during your visit to our Website.

Most commercially available web browsers will allow you to disable cookie and pixel tag placement on your machine. If you no longer wish to receive our catalogs, please contact us at _________________ or send an email to [email protected] with “ANOTHER TOMORROW – OPT OUT” in the subject line.

10. How We Make Use of Your Information

In order to provide the Services described above, we process your personal data as described in this Privacy Policy. This processing is warranted by both our contractual needs and your express consent provided herein.

In order to analyze the success of our business and to provide better, more efficient, and more attractive services to our clients, we process your personal data and may disclose same to our associate companies, our contractors, and our vendors.

For the limited purpose of asserting, enforcing, or defending legal claims, we may also process the personally identifiable information about you that we collect and identify in this Privacy Policy. Our legitimate interests in protecting ours, yours, and third parties’ legal rights provide the basis for this processing.

Personal information described in this Privacy Policy may also be processed where necessary for risk assessment and/or to acquire legal or other professional advice. Our legitimate interests in adequately protecting our business against hazards provide the legal foundation for this processing.

To the extent that we are required to do so by law or where necessary or desirable to safeguard your vital interests or the vital interests of another natural person, we may also process the personal data listed in this Privacy Policy.

11. Disclosure of Private Information
To the extent necessary for the purposes and on the legal reasons set out in this Privacy Policy, including to offer or potentially supply Services to you or for your benefit, we may disclose your personal data to our officers, directors, employees, and agents.

If disclosure is necessary for the purposes of risk management, professional advice, or the establishment, exercise, or defense of legal claims, whether in court proceedings, alternative dispute resolution, or an administrative or out-of-court procedure, we may disclose your personal data to our professional advisers.

When providing our Services, we may share your personal information with third parties such as shipping companies, payment processors, and other service providers in order to fulfill your order, process any returns or exchanges, respond to your inquiries, and resolve any issues that may arise in connection with you, your order, your inquiries, or our Services.

To the extent that you have requested it, we may share some of your personal information with vendors and subcontractors so that they can send you tailored marketing emails, newsletters, extend credit, and send you other offers and information we think you may find interesting.

If we have your explicit permission to do so, we may share some of your personal information with our vendors and service providers.

All of the aforementioned disclosures are given only to the extent necessary to assist us in providing our Services to you, storing data, and running our business.

In special cases, in which disclosure is necessary to comply with a legal obligation to which we are subject, or in order to protect your vital interests or the vital interests of another natural person, we may disclose personal data without your consent, including the special categories of personal data described in this Section 11. To the extent that revelation of such information is essential for the establishment, exercise, or defense of legal claims, we reserve the right to reveal such information in connection with any judicial, extrajudicial, or administrative proceeding.

12. Transmissions of Your Private Information
The transfer and processing of your personal data to and within the United States in compliance with this Privacy Policy is a necessary condition of your giving your personal data to the Company and utilizing our Services (including making purchases).

13. Your data may be transferred outside of the European Union and the European Economic Area.
In this Section 13, we explain when and why we might transfer your personal information outside of the European Economic Area (EEA; which consists of the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom).

The European Commission has declared that U.S. data protection regulations are “adequacy.” If the Company transfers any of your personal information to a third party in the United States or elsewhere outside the EEA, it will do so in compliance with the standard data protection clauses adopted or approved by the European Commission, a copy of which can be found at https://ec.europa.eu/info/law/law-topic/data-protection/data-transfers-outside-eu/model-contracts-transfer-personal-data-third-countries en.

By supplying your personal data to the Company, you are agreeing to the transfer and processing of your personal data to and in the United States in line with this Privacy Statement.

The use of our Services constitutes your consent to the Privacy Statement’s terms and to the transfer of your personal data to and processed in the United States.

14. Data Subjects in the EU/EEA Only: Your Rights
This Section 14 provides a summary of the rights granted to data subjects located in the EU/EEA by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Some of the rights are intricate, and we haven’t summarized every last aspect here. In order to fully understand these protections, you should familiarize yourself with the applicable laws and regulatory bodies’ instructions.

The main protections you have under data privacy law are:

access privileges;

the right to have mistakes corrected;

permission to delete;

the option to limit data collection;

right to contest collection;

the capacity to take one’s data with them

the ability to file a complaint with a governing body; and

the ability to revoke approval under specific conditions

In the event that we do process your personal data, you have the right to obtain confirmation of this fact as well as access to the data in question and certain supplementary information. Details on the processing’s goals, the specific types of personal data at issue, and the specific individuals who will be receiving the data are all part of that supplementary data. We shall provide you with a copy of your personal information so long as doing so does not compromise the rights and freedoms of others. The initial copy is provided at no cost, however there may be a small fee for additional copies.

You have the right to have any erroneous personal information about you corrected and to have any incomplete personal information about you updated, taking into consideration the purposes of the processing.

You have the right to have your personal information erased without excessive delay under certain conditions. You object to the processing under certain rules of applicable data protection law; the processing is for direct marketing purposes; the personal data have been unlawfully processed; the personal data are no longer necessary in relation to the purposes for which they were collected or otherwise processed; you withdraw consent to consent-based processing where no other legitimate basis for retention exists. Yet, there are exclusions to the right to erasure. Some exceptions to this rule may apply where it is necessary to process data in order to: exercise a constitutionally protected right (such as the right to free speech or the right to access government records); comply with a legal requirement (such as a contractual requirement); or establish, exercise, or defend legal claims.

You may have the right to limit the use of your personal information in certain situations. In the following cases, we will suspend processing while we determine whether or not your rights under the law require us to do so: you dispute the accuracy of the personal data; processing is unlawful but you oppose erasure; we no longer need the personal data for the purposes of our processing; you require the personal data to establish, exercise, or defend legal claims. Your personal information may still be stored if processing has been restricted in this way. Unless when we have your permission, when necessary for the establishment, exercise, or defense of legal claims, when necessary to protect the rights of another natural or legal person, or when necessary to defend the public interest, we will not otherwise handle it.

If we collect and use information about you and that use is based on our legitimate interests or the legitimate interests of a third party, you have the right to object on grounds relating to your particular situation. This right to object does not apply where the processing is necessary to fulfill a legal obligation to which we are subject, such as when we are performing a public interest or governmental function. Unless we can demonstrate compelling legitimate grounds for the processing which override your interests, rights, and freedoms, or the processing is for the establishment, exercise, or defense of legal claims, we shall cease processing the personal data upon receipt of such an objection.

You can object to our use of your personal information for marketing purposes at any time (including profiling for direct marketing purposes). If you raise such an objection, we shall stop using your information for that reason.

Unless the processing is necessary to carry out a job carried out for reasons of public interest, you have the right to object to our processing of your personal data for scientific or historical research purposes or statistical purposes, based on grounds relevant to your individual situation.

You have the right to file a complaint with the relevant supervisory body if you believe that our processing of your personal data violates data protection regulations. You can do this in the EU member state where you either permanently dwell, regularly work, or where the infringement was committed.

You have the right to revoke your consent at any time if it serves as the legal basis for our processing of your personal data. Legality of processing prior to withdrawal is not affected.

Click the “unsubscribe” option at the bottom of any of our promotional emails if you no longer wish to receive them.

You have the same rights as residents of California (United States) under Section 18 below, and you can exercise them by using the contact information and procedure outlined there or here.

Please provide us with your exact name and address and let us know that you do not want to receive any more marketing materials from us or that you do not want us to share your personal information with other companies in accordance with this Privacy Policy. Please be aware that even if your personal information has been de-identified or aggregated, it may still be shared. Nevertheless, you will not be able to be personally identified from this data. Written notice of your desire to opt out or to exercise any of your rights with respect to your personal data should be sent to:

15. Amendments
From time to time, we may post a revised version of our Privacy Policy on our Website.

If you have any questions or concerns about this Privacy Policy, please feel free to contact us at any time.

If we make material changes to our Privacy Policy, we may contact you by email or through the Website’s private messaging system.

16. What Information We Gather and How You May Opt Out – Doesn’t Apply to Residents of the EU/EEA

Do not submit any personal information to us if you do not agree with the ways in which we may use it. If you choose not to share some information with us, the Company may not be able to offer you with its Services or may not be able to provide you with Services of the same quality.

You can opt out of receiving emails from us about sales and other promotions at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link at the bottom of any of our emails or by declining to provide your consent to receive such emails on the Website or when placing an order with us. Please provide us with your exact name and address and let us know that you do not want to receive any more marketing materials from us or that you do not want us to share your personal information with other companies in accordance with this Privacy Policy. To unsubscribe, write to the following addresses and include “Stonekala – PRIVACY” in the subject line:

De-identified and aggregate data may still be shared, but you will not be able to be personally identified from such data.

17. Protection Of Children’s Online Privacy

The protection and confidentiality of children is a priority for us. No one under the age of 18 should visit or use the Website under any circumstances. If we learn that a user is under the age of 18, we delete their personal information immediately. This Website and our Services are not intended for anyone under the age of 18.

18. What Your California Privacy Laws Protect
Throughout our interaction with you, we may gather several categories of personally identifiable information. If you are a California resident, you have the right to obtain information about how we have shared your information with third parties for direct marketing purposes by sending us a written request. If you ask us in writing, we must tell you how to stop us from giving your personal information to companies that don’t share your brand name if they intend to use it for their own direct marketing objectives. This notice must be provided without charge.

Please send a written request to the email or physical address below if you would like to exercise your rights under California law. In order to process your request, we need your mailing address. If you would like to opt out of having your personal information shared with third parties for their direct marketing purposes, we will send you with a “Opt-Out” form within thirty (30) days of receiving your written request to do so.

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