Privacy Policy

Here at P3 Cream (P3 Products Ltd.), we take the safety and privacy of personal data very seriously. Personal data shall only be collected, processed and used with the consent of the individual or due to a legal requirement. Should anonymous or pseudonymous data be needed for business purposes, then only these forms of data shall be used. Personal data stored at P3 Cream is protected by extensive technical and operational safeguards against potential unauthorized access or abuse. Our security procedures are regularly reviewed along with the latest technological developments.

Usage of Cookies
Our webpages make use of cookies in several places. This serves to improve our online service. Cookies are small text files that are stored on a user’s computer and used by the user’s web browser when they visit a website. Cookies are used either once or over a longer period of time to use a user's recurring attitudes within the P3 Cream site to their benefit - in terms of personalizing the P3 Cream online experience and its functions and tools towards individual user's needs. Most of the cookies on our website are used only short-term and will be deleted when a user leaves our website. Cookies do not damage your computer and contain no viruses. Moreover, cookies contain no address data of the users (i.e. user's E-Mail data and names) or other personal information. P3 Cream will not link data found in these text files with any other data sources. The reason why we use Cookies on our website is only to further our analysis of web-page usage and to enable us to make our service more effective, more user-friendly, and improve safety.

Deactivation of Cookies
Users can set their web browser to halt the storage of the data files known as Cookies. In some cases this can lead to certain services and website functions to become unusable.

User Rights to Access to Personal Information
Visitors and users of P3 Cream's web page can request (free of charge) access to any information held about them and its origin; any recipients of their data and the reason for the storage of such data.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 14 July 2010 21:47