How does Sanity.com.au handle my privacy and security?
At Sanity.com.au, we are committed to protecting your privacy. This means that we do not distribute, rent, or sell any of your personal information. Sanity Entertainment may share non-personal, non-individual information to our partners in aggregate form for research analysis. For example, we will not show that you purchased a specific item but rather, how many customers purchased that item.
When you browse through our site, we collect information on the efficiency and working of our website. This information includes the number of times a web page is accessed, the browser used, and paths taken when moving through the site. Any information that we collect from you will be used to improve and personalise your shopping experience and all information is stored in a secure manner.
We use a cookie to track your basket during your visit. You may experience trouble when using our site if you do not have cookies enabled. If you have your privacy settings set to high or are blocking cookies you will not be able to create a basket. You can check your cookie setting in Internet Explorer via the Tools > Internet Options > Privacy. Our site requires a medium setting.
Sanity Entertainment shall not be responsible or liable for any loss of privacy, disclosure of information, harm, damage, or loss that may result from your transmission or any information to us in any connection with this website.
We must cooperate fully with any law institution should a situation arise where our information can be of assistance.
All areas of our site that request sensitive information, such as personal and credit card information, are protected by a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). This means that the information that is sent to and from our server is encrypted. If someone was to intercept your information they would not be able to interpret it.
What's a cookie?
A cookie is a small piece of information that a server sends to a client. When you visit a website with cookie capabilities, its server sends certain information about you to your browser which is stored on your hard drive as a text file. At some later time (such as returning to the site the next day), the server retrieves the cookie. It's a way for the server to remember things about you. Cookies are not usually nefarious in their purposes. One site's cookies cannot be accessed by another site.