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Privacy Policy
Your privacy is important to us and we want you to feel comfortable visiting the Naked Sea Salt Limited (“NSS” or the “Company”) website (the “Website” or “Site”) and we therefore wish to clarify, insofar as possible in the scope of this document, our privacy policy for users of the Website and an explanation of our practices in relation to the handling of details and information received from the Websites’ users, and how we uses them.

Certain services provided on or through the Company’s Website require advance registration and the entry, inter alia, of essential identifying details. These details are entered independently by you, for example – name, residential address, type of products and/or services sought, payment means insofar as relevant, suitable channels of communication with the user, including e-mail, and the like. This is the information that you knowingly furnish when registering for websites or the services provided on and/or through them. The relevant fields in which details must be entered will be expressly marked. Of course, failure to furnish the essential details requested in the “mandatory fields” means that you may not be registered for services or applications requiring registration.

Some of the information collected while you are browsing the Website is of a statistical nature and does not identify you personally, nor is it kept together with your details. Examples of this are advertisements that you have read on the site, the pages that you have viewed, the offers and services that interested you, the IP address from which you logged on and the operating system (user agent) that you use. All the aforesaid are not details that are identified with your name.

The information that you furnish when registering for services on the Website shall be stored in the Company’s database. You are not under any statutory duty to furnish the information; however, without furnishing the details that are necessary and essential for the provision of certain services, the Company will be unable to provide these services to you.

While you are browsing the Website, the Company might accumulate information about your various browsing preferences, such as news that you read, products that you sought to purchase, advertisements to which were exposed, pages that you viewed and the like. The Company stores this information in its databases, and it will only be used in accordance with the law and the privacy policy stipulated in this document, for the objects set out below:

  • To improve and enrich the services and content offered by the Website, and to adapt them, insofar as possible, to the users’ preferences. The information serving the Company’s websites for such purpose shall essentially be statistical information that does not identify you personally.
  • For the purchase of products and services on the websites.
  • The Company may from time to time send you, by e-mail marketing and advertising material. You may notify the Company at any time that you wish to be removed from the relevant distribution list, in the manner stipulated in the e-mail sent to you. The Company shall not furnish your personal details to advertisers.
  • To contact you where necessary.
  • For the purpose of analyzing, collecting and furnishing statistical information to third parties, including advertisers. Such information will not identify you personally.
  • For the satisfactory operation and development of the Website; the information used to this end shall not be transferred to third parties, save insofar as permitted in the scope of this privacy policy, as updated from time to time.
  • For any other object detailed in this privacy policy or in the terms of use of any of the relevant services on the Company’s websites.

The Company shall not transfer your personal details and the information collected about your activity on the websites to third parties, insofar as such details and information identify you personally, except in the following cases:

  • If the Company is legally obliged to furnish your details or the information about you to a third party, or if the Company is served with a judicial order directing it to furnish your details or the information about you as aforesaid.
  • In the event that you breach and/or try and breach the terms of use of the Website or in the event that you act contrary to the law on the Website.
  • In the event of any dispute, claim or legal proceedings between you and the Company.
  • In the event that the Company believes that the furnishing of the information is necessary to prevent significant damage being caused to you or a third party.
  • The Company may transfer your details and the information collected in consequence of your use of the websites to other related companies, provided that they use this information in accordance with this privacy policy.
  • In the event that the activity of any of the Website is integrated with or transferred to another corporation, including because of a merger with another corporation – it will of course be possible to transfer to the relevant new corporation a copy of the information that has been stored about you on the site or any other statistical information in the Company’s possession, provided that such corporation acts in accordance with the principles of this privacy policy.

The Website uses “cookies” for routine and satisfactory operation, including for the purpose of collecting statistical data about the Website’s users and verifying details, in order to adapt your browsing of the Website to your personal preferences, and for information security purposes. Cookies are text files that your browser creates on the command of the company's relevant sites. Some cookies (session cookies) expire when you close your browser and others are saved on your computer's hard disk. If, for example, you use the Windows operating system and Microsoft's Explorer Internet browser, you will be able to find them in the directory c:/windows/cookies and also in c:/windows/temporary internet files. The cookies contain data like the pages that you have visited, the length of time that you stay on the sites, the page you visited before the sites, sections and information that you wish to see when entering the sites and more. The cookies also make it unnecessary for you to enter your details whenever you go back to the various sections or pages of the company's sites that require registration. The information in the cookies is encrypted and the Site takes precautions so that only the Company's computers can identify the information. You can refrain from creating cookies by changing the definitions of your browser. To that end, you should consult the browser help file. You should nevertheless bear in mind that neutralizing cookies might make you unable to use some of the services and applications of the Site or other Internet sites. In addition, you should be able to delete the cookies on your computer at any time. It is suggested that you do so only if you are sure that you do not want the Site to be adapted to your preferences. Since the cookies sometimes avoid your having to enter user names and passwords, do not delete them unless you are sure that you have first kept a safe record of all the details necessary for using the sites.

The Sites also use web beacons for their routine satisfactory operation, including for the collection of statistical data about the use of the sites, for the verification of details, in order to adapt the sites to your personal preferences and for information security purposes. The beacons are tiny graphic files embedded in the web pages whose function is to assist the collection of information about the viewing and use of the Site. The information collected does not identify you and is designed to monitor Site use patterns and visitors' preferences in respect of various content and services. So for as known, web beacons may be removed by deleting the browser history (like deleting cookies).

The Company reserves the right to be assisted by various companies to provide it with statistical analyses of the Site’s use. The companies collect and analyze information of a statistical nature that is intended for analysis, research and control purposes.

According to section 13 of the Protection of Privacy Law, 5741-1981, “every person is entitled to inspect, either himself or through a representative authorized by him in writing or his guardian, any information about him kept in a database’’. A person who has inspected information about him that he has found to be incorrect, incomplete, unclear or out of date may apply to the database owner for the information to be amended or deleted. Such an application may be directed to:
Naked Sea Salt Ltd.
PO Box 39785
Tel Aviv 6139701

The Company may from time to time alter the privacy policy’s provisions. Suitable notice shall be given on the Site of any material change that is made to the provisions concerning the use of personal information furnished by you.