Nakedesign are committed to protecting your privacy online. Here we explain how we collect information, what we do with it and what controls you have.
Your personal data will be used to to provide the information, goods and services offered through our website to you, for billing and order fulfilment.
Visit our website.
Create an account.
Join our email newsletter.
We also monitor who uses our website. For example, we may collect information about you like the type of internet browser you use, the website from which you have come to ours and your IP address (the unique address which identifies your computer on the internet). This lets us improve our website.
We promise that:
We will never pass your personal details on to anyone else, or for any reason.
Any information that we collect from you is held legally.
We use some of your personal information to process your order and other companies help us with this. We only send them the data that they need and we make sure that they keep your personal information safe and secure.
You have the right to ask for access to the personal data which we may hold or process about you. You also have the right to ask us to correct any mistakes in your data.
We offer an email newsletter and may use your data for marketing reasons. We never sell your data to anyone else. You have the right to ask us to stop using your personal data to send you the nakedesign email newsletter. You can opt-out any time by contacting us.
Nakedesign cookies are read-only and set by our website. They cannot have a virus or get any personal information from your computer.
Cookies are tiny text files saved on your computer when you go to some web pages.
Any website can put cookies on your computer. But your browser (for example Internet Explorer, Google Chrome or Firefox), will only allow some cookies to protect your privacy.
It is usual that a cookie will contain the following :
A website address, for example www.nakedesign.co.uk
Its ‘lifetime’ (how long it will be held on your computer for).
Its value, usually a unique string of letters and / or numbers.
First and third party cookies
First-party cookies are saved to your computer by the website that you are on.
Third-party cookies are saved to your computer by a website that gives content to the one that you are on. So, if you watch a YouTube video on our website, YouTube may save its own cookie to your computer.
A website can only read the cookies that it makes. So, other websites cannot read the cookies we save to your computer and we cannot read any cookies saved by them.