If you register with Paypal, it's like starting a new bank account for your online transactions.
It's important to realise that when you use this Paypal account to buy something from my collection, none of your private details will be revealed to me! It's Paypal that handles all the financial transactions, and it's Paypal that guarantees online security by using SSL technology. Your credit card number will NOT, in no way, be available to me!
To place orders on this shop, you have to register an account. This means you have fill in some personal details like your email adress and yor shipping adress. These details are used to inform you about your order status and to ship your item to (unless you state otherwise). I will not, in any way, use your personal details for any other purpose than this. Your adress will never be sold, given away or used for any other purpose than that mentioned above without your specific consent.
When registering for an account (or updating your profile), you have the option
to sign up for the PvC Shop-Newsletter. When you sign up (opt-in) to this newsletter, you will
incidentally receive mail notifications about shop updates, new (ebay) auctions and about incidental (ambient) broadcasts I'm involved in.
You can always end your subscription by updating your profile and unchecking the newsletter option.
The webshop uses some unobtrusive cookies to store information about how this site is used. Some of these cookies may store information on your computer. Some cookies on this site are essential, and the site won't work as expected without them. These cookies are set when you submit a form, login or interact with the site by doing something that goes beyond clicking on simple links.
We also use some non-essential cookies to anonymously track visitors or enhance your experience of the site.
I am not interested in anything other than how visitors use this site, what they read, which pages they visit and how long they stay on the different pages.
This information is obligatory by EU law.
I don't think it is a useful law at all. It doesn't help anything or anyone, it only makes browsing the web more complicated and click-intensive.
But it's obligatory. So that's what all this fuss is about.