You can choose not to provide certain information, but then you might not be able to take advantage of many of our Amazon Services. Like many websites, we use “cookies” and other unique identifiers, and we obtain certain types of information when your web browser or device accesses Amazon Services and other content served by or on behalf of Amazon on other websites.
We use your personal information to operate, provide, develop, and improve the products and services that we offer our customers. We use your personal information to take and handle orders, deliver products and services, process payments, and communicate with you about orders, products and services, and promotional offers.
We use your personal information to provide functionality, analyze performance, fix errors, and improve the usability and effectiveness of the Amazon Services. We use your personal information to communicate with you in relation to Amazon Services via different channels (e.g., by phone, email, chat).
We use your personal information to display interest-based ads for features, products, and services that might be of interest to you. We use personal information to prevent and detect fraud and abuse in order to protect the security of our customers, Amazon, and others.
We share customers' personal information only as described below and with subsidiaries Amazon .com, Inc. controls that either are subject to this Privacy Notice or follow practices at least as protective as those described in this Privacy Notice. For example, you can order products from third parties through our stores, download applications from third-party application providers from our App Store, and enable third-party skills through our Alexa services.
We also offer services or sell product lines jointly with third-party businesses, such as co-branded credit cards. Third-Party Service Providers: We employ other companies and individuals to perform functions on our behalf.
Examples include fulfilling orders for products or services, delivering packages, sending postal mail and email, removing repetitive information from customer lists, analyzing data, providing marketing assistance, providing search results and links (including paid listings and links), processing payments, transmitting content, scoring, assessing and managing credit risk, and providing customer service. These third-party service providers have access to personal information needed to perform their functions, but may not use it for other purposes.
In such transactions, customer information generally is one of the transferred business assets but remains subject to the promises made in any pre-existing Privacy Notice (unless, of course, the customer consents otherwise). Protection of Amazon and Others: We release account and other personal information when we believe release is appropriate to comply with the law; enforce or apply our Conditions of Use and other agreements; or protect the rights, property, or safety of Amazon, our users, or others.
This includes exchanging information with other companies and organizations for fraud protection and credit risk reduction. We work to protect the security of your personal information during transmission by using encryption protocols and software.
We maintain physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards in connection with the collection, storage, and disclosure of personal customer information. Our security procedures mean that we may occasionally request proof of identity before we disclose personal information to you.
Our devices offer security features to protect them against unauthorized access and loss of data. It is important for you to protect against unauthorized access to your password and to your computers, devices, and applications.
You can access your information, including your name, address, payment options, profile information, Prime membership, household settings, and purchase history in the “Your Account” section of the website. If you have any questions as to how we collect and use your personal information, please contact our Customer Service.
Many of our Amazon Services also include settings that provide you with options as to how your information is being used. As described above, you can choose not to provide certain information, but then you might not be able to take advantage of many of the Amazon Services.
In addition, to the extent required by applicable law, you may have the right to request access to or delete your personal data. We donor knowingly collect personal information from children under the age of 13 without the consent of the child's parent or guardian.
Click here to read additional disclosures required under the California Consumer Privacy Act. If you choose to use Amazon Services, your use and any dispute over privacy is subject to this Notice and our Conditions of Use, including limitations on damages, resolution of disputes, and application of the law of the state of Washington.
If you have any concern about privacy at Amazon, please contact us with a thorough description, and we will try to resolve it. Unless stated otherwise, our current Privacy Notice applies to all information that we have about you and your account.
We stand behind the promises we make, however, and will never materially change our policies and practices making them less protective of customer information collected in the past without the consent of affected customers. Search or shop for products or services in our stores; add or remove an item from your cart, or place an order through or use Amazon Services; download, stream, view, or use content on a device or through a service or application on a device; provide information in Your Account (and you might have more than one if you have used more than one email address or mobile number when shopping with us) or Your Profile ; talk to or otherwise interact with our Alexa Voice service; upload your contacts; configure your settings on, provide data access permissions for, or interact with an Amazon device or service; provide information in your Seller Account, Kindle Direct Publishing account, Developer account, or any other account we make available that allows you to develop or offer software, goods, or services to Amazon customers; offer your products or services on or through Amazon Services; communicate with us by phone, email, or otherwise; complete a questionnaire, a support ticket, or a contest entry form; upload or stream images, videos or other files to Prime Photos, Amazon Drive, or other Amazon Services; use our services such as Prime Video; compile Playlists, Watch lists, Wish Lists or other gift registries; participate in Discussion Boards or other community features; provide and rate Reviews ; specify a Special Occasion Reminder; or employ Product Availability Alerts, such as Available to Order Notifications.
Identifying information such as your name, address, and phone numbers; payment information; your age; your location information; your IP address; people, addresses and phone numbers listed in your Addresses; email addresses of your friends and other people; content of reviews and emails to us; personal description and photograph in Your Profile ; voice recordings when you speak to Alexa; images and videos collected or stored in connection with Amazon Services; information and documents regarding identity, including Social Security and driver's license numbers; corporate and financial information; credit history information; and device log files and configurations, including Wi-Fi credentials, if you choose to automatically synchronize them with your other Amazon devices. The internet protocol (IP) address used to connect your computer to the internet; login, email address, and password; the location of your device or computer; content interaction information, such as content downloads, streams, and playback details, including duration and number of simultaneous streams and downloads, and network details for streaming and download quality, including information about your internet service provider; device metrics such as when a device is in use, application usage, connectivity data, and any errors or event failures; Amazon Services metrics (e.g., the occurrences of technical errors, your interactions with service features and content, your settings preferences and backup information, location of your device running an application, information about uploaded images and files such as the file name, dates, times and location of your images); version and time zone settings; purchase and content use history, which we sometimes aggregate with similar information from other customers to create features like Top Sellers ; the full Uniform Resource Locator (URL) click stream to, through, and from our websites, including date and time; products and content you viewed or searched for; page response times, download errors, length of visits to certain pages, and page interaction information (such as scrolling, clicks, and mouse-overs); phone numbers used to call our customer service number; and images or videos when you shop in our stores, or stores using Amazon Services.
Status of recent orders (including subscriptions); your complete order history; personally identifiable information (including name, email, password, and address book); payment settings (including payment card information, promotional certificate and gift card balances, and 1-Click settings); email notification settings (including Product Availability Alerts, Delivers, Special Occasion Reminders and newsletters); recommendations and the products you recently viewed that are the basis for recommendations (including Recommended for You and Improve Your Recommendations); shopping lists and gift registries (including Wish Lists and Baby and Wedding Registries); your content, devices, services, and related settings, and communications and personalized advertising preferences; content that you recently viewed; voice recordings associated with your account; Your Profile (including your product Reviews, Recommendations, Reminders and personal profile); If you are a seller, you can access your account and other information, and adjust your communications preferences, by updating your account in Seller Central. Large U.S. retailers are rushing to comply with a new law, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which becomes effective at the start of 2020 and is one of the most significant regulations overseeing the data collection practices of U.S. companies.
Target spokeswoman Jessica Carlson said a Doorbell button on its website, will be visible to all U.S. shoppers and California residents will have access to information outlined under the new law. “We donor plan to put a ‘ Doorbell button on our website because Amazon is not in the business of selling customers’ personal data and it never has been,” a company spokeswoman said in a statement.
Some national chains such as Sherwin-Williams, which sells paints and coatings, have already begun adding links on their websites in California, Reuters has found. A Walmart source said the company’s different business teams including technology, marketing, advertising, payments and security are investing resources in auditing and making decisions on how to respond to requests from customers to see their data or those who ask for it to be deleted.
An economic impact assessment prepared for the California Attorney General’s office by an independent research firm found compliance with the regulations will cost businesses between $467 million and $16.5 billion between 2020 and 2030. The California Attorney General recently told Reuters in an interview that privacy law enforcement will look kindly on those that demonstrate an effort to comply.
It gets even more complicated when we start talking about selling in categories such as makeup or dietary supplements (the list of restrictions is pretty astonishing in these verticals). Live shellfish and crustaceans Live insects and worms used for agricultural purposes, bait, or pet food Products made to resemble prohibited animal parts or products, but which are not made from those animals.
Providing a clear and concise listing while following a consistent format will better inform customers and enhance discoverability of your art. One of a kind paintings, watercolors, drawings, and two-dimensional mixed media A print or photograph in a limited edition with the following requirements: In an edition of 200 or less The only edition of the work published in that size (the same image can also have editions of up to 200 in other sizes) The prints should be numbered (X/XX) and signed, or accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist and stating the number of the print (X/XX) Artist proofs or color test proofs (CTP) are allowed for editions of less than 200 Secondary-sale works (artwork with a sales history): Works must be authenticated by the seller; the seller must have proof of purchase or title for the work and provide it to the buyer; listings should include provenance (with sales history) where applicable.
Motor vehicles that are required to be registered Photo blocker sprays or license plate covers designed to block detection by red light cameras, toll both systems, police cameras, or other photo detection sources Products intended to defeat, bypass, or shut down emission control devices, including oxygen simulators and CAT, DP For Ear delete kits Products intended to override malfunction indicator lights High-intensity discharge (HID) conversion kits Used tires Products intended to affect traffics signals Products designed to intentionally block, jam, or interfere with licensed or authorized radio communications, such as: Cell hammers GPS hammers Laser hammers PCS hammers Radar hammers Wi-Fi hammers Products intended to alter odometers and more. Products containing regulated composite wood that comply with EPA formaldehyde emissions standards and labeling requirements.
Products containing regulated composite wood that do not comply with EPA formaldehyde emissions standards. Cosmetics and skin or hair care products must be correctly described and labeled, and they must not be otherwise prohibited by Amazon policies.
Sellers are required to obtain approval from Amazon before listing in the Collectible Coins category. Collectible Coins Monetized Bullion: Coins or other forms of money manufactured of gold, silver, or other precious metal and used now or hereafter used as a medium of exchange under the laws of a U.S. state, the United States, or any foreign nation.
For example, many state laws place requirements on size, color, and markings of imitation weapons. In addition, sellers are responsible for obtaining any required licenses for permitted products and are liable for any penalties resulting from non-compliance.
Properly prepared and sealed foods and beverages that are appropriately packaged and labeled. Products need to be shipped appropriately to protect the quality and safety of the food, to avoid spoilage, melting, damage, and so on.