COOKIES

Last updated: September 21, 2021

When visiting our Kids around website, CWF - Children Worldwide Fashion (the site publisher: Terms and Conditions of Use) and/or third parties place or read cookies on your computer, mobile phone or tablet.

This page allows you to better understand how cookies work and how to use current tools to configure your preferences.

What is a cookie?

Cookies are small data files that are stored by the internet browser on your Device (computers, mobile phones and tablets will hereafter be referred to as a “Device”). They are placed onto your Device by the websites that you visit.

These cookies help to identify the Device and collect information regarding your browsing on these sites, which in turn allows the sites to offer you personalised services.

Cookies do not directly contain any personal data, but they can be linked to personal data that you have already provided (for example, while creating an account on kidsaround.com). You may exercise your rights according to the terms and conditions detailed in the CWF's Personal Data Protection Policy .

To find out more about cookies, please read the “Cookies” section on the website of the French Data Protection Authority, La Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL): https://www.cnil.fr/en/cookies-and-other-tracking-devices-cnil-publishes-new-guidelines

Who places cookies on kidsaround.com?

CWF places cookies on your Device and allows for the placement of external cookies used by third-party companies (such as companies that measure website traffic or targeted marketing service providers), in order to establish your profile, identify your main interests through the pages you visit on the site, personalise the messages sent to you while on the site or at a later time, and define which market segments your use of our services corresponds to. These cookies can be placed on your Device while you browse the site or when you click on the site’s advertisements.

What are the different types of cookies used on kidsaround.com?

Functional cookies (authentication, personalisation and security)

These cookies allow for the optimal operation of the site.

Functional cookies save the information you have entered through forms on kidsaround.com, provide authentication so you can access your account with your user identification details that you have previously given us, help personalise your experience by adapting to the display preferences on your Device (language settings, display resolution, operating system, etc.) and implement any security measures (for example, when you are asked to log back in after an inactive period).

Analytic cookies

In order to adapt the site to visitors’ requirements and improve overall performance, we measure the number of visits, the sources of traffic on our site and the number of pages visited, as well as visitor activity on the site and how often each visitor returns. To do this, we may use Google Analytics (or any other similar analysis tool). The information collected is aggregated, and therefore cannot lead to the identification of an individual. To find out more about Google Analytics, please visit: https://www.google.com/intl/fr/policies/privacy/partners/.

CWF also uses anonymous audience-measurement cookies (which do not require consent). These cookies allow us to measure our site performance and analyse the sections, pages and/or content visited in a completely anonymous and aggregated way, with the sole objective of creating statistics on behalf of CWF that do not contain any personal data.

Targeting or advertising cookies

Advertising cookies are used to provide you with personalised advertisements or to send you information related to your main interests when browsing on kidsaround.com or third-party sites, using retargeting features.

These targeted advertising features are implemented by AdRoll, whose objective is to provide personalised advertisements via email, following your visit to our site. To find out more about AdRoll, please visit: https://app.adroll.com/optout#web.

Advertising cookies are also used to limit the number of times you see an advertisement and to help measure the effectiveness of an advertising campaign.

Social media cookies

Social media cookies (such as on Facebook) allow interaction with social media platforms and for these social media platforms to customise the advertisements that they display. To read Facebook’s Privacy Policy, please visit: https://www.facebook.com/policy/cookies/

How do you accept or refuse cookies?

In compliance with applicable regulations, your consent is required for the acceptance of advertising cookies and audience measurement cookies that are not anonymous.

This consent is expressed by clicking on the “Accept” button, which is located on the cookie information banner displayed during your first visit to the site. Consent provided in this manner is then valid for a maximum period of six (6) months from the date the first cookie is placed on your Device.

You can reject the storage of cookies on your Device or browser by:

  • Clicking on the button “Continue without accepting” on the banner
  • Configuring your cookie preferences via the “Manage cookies” button

You may change your cookie preferences at any time by clicking here.

Functional cookies cannot be rejected because they are necessary to the proper operation of the site and the full provision of services. Analytical cookies that only measure traffic are placed on your Device as soon as you visit the site, but can be rejected by configuring your preferences.

It is also possible to configure your cookie preferences in your internet browser settings.

Each browser’s configuration is different and is detailed in that browser’s Help section. You can also go to the “How to manage Cookies” section on the CNIL site to find further information about configuring your preferences depending on your browser: https://www.cnil.fr/fr/cookies-les-outils-pour-les-maitriser.

However, it is likely that configuring settings for functional and/or anonymous cookies will mean that you will have difficulties browsing the Kids around site.

What is the retention period of cookies?

Cookies are retained for a maximum of thirteen (13) months.