LIGHTHOUSE PUBLICATIONS (Canada) Ltd. handles your personal data when processing orders and also transmits it when necessary to third parties for the same purpose, for example to deliverers, (Canada Post, parcel services or forwarding agencies).
When you visit our website, various data (such as e.g. your IP address, time and duration of visit, operating system, browser and page requests) are saved as standard. This data is used exclusively in anonymous form for statistical purposes and for optimising the Internet service provided. It is not used to personally identify visitors to the site.
How is the data transmitted to Lighthouse?
Your personal data, such as your name, address and banking data, are transmitted to the web server via a secure, encrypted connection in SSL (secure socket layer) mode. When further information is submitted to us we are again careful to ensure that sensitive data is securely transmitted. Should you experience technical problems when transmitting encrypted data, or if you prefer, you are also welcome to place your order by telephone or by post.
What are Cookies?
Cookies are tiny text files saved on your personal Computer, Tablet and on Mobile device.
Our cookies never contain personal data. Cookies are not a security risk for your data. Cookies are not constantly running applications; they will not copy or obtain files on your computer, besides they are not able to transmit viruses.
We have different cookies set by our website.
1st Party Cookie
First-party cookie is a cookie also known as persistent cookie. Persistent (permanent) cookies are stored on your computer and cease to be valid only if their assigned expiration date has passed. Depending on that date, a persistent cookie could be valid for a few seconds, over days to several of years.
3rd Party Cookie
A third-party cookie is a tracking cookie set by a third party. The advantage of 3rd party cookies, however, is that you must not install a code on the landing page. Therefore, 3rd party cookie tracking is technically easier than 1st party cookie, for example Google Analytics uses 1st party cookies.
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