Last updated: 08/05/2022
The perfume together with associated works of art and silk scarves are sold under the brand name 'de Lacey', which is owned by the Irish Rose Essential Oil Company Ltd. The trademark is registered in Ireland and the UK.
This privacy statement provides details of how we collect and use your information when you visit the Irish Rose Essential Oil Company website https://delaceyireland.com
The data controller may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Information we collect about you
If you contact us through our form https://delaceyireland.com/Contact-Us.php we collect the following personal data: name, email address, telephone number and any comments you enter.
Cookies are used to provide aggregate statistical information on site use.
How we share your personal data
We do not sell or rent your Personal Information or Personal Data to anyone. However, we may be requested to disclose personal information following a valid request by law enforcement authorities to meet Law enforcement or by public authorities to meet statutory requirements by the following third parties: An Garda Siochana, Revenue Commissioners or agents of the Courts.
Storing your Personal Information
We will only retain your information for as long as we need to by law.
Ensuring your Personal Information is secure
The delaceyireland.com website is hosted by Hosting Ireland, Deltona House, Waterford and uses HTTPS encryption. The security of your data is important to us and we will take all reasonable measures to ensure that it is safe, however no data transmission over the Internet can be considered to have no security risk.
According to the law you have a number of rights which are summarised below. If you would like to excise these rights please contact us the data controller at email@example.com.
Reporting an issue
If you would like to discuss any issues regarding our use of your data please contact our data controller at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will acknowledge your request and we will try to help you. However, if you feel your data has not been handled appropriately you may contact the Irish Data Protection Commissioner.