Your privacy is really important to me. As such, any information that is collected about you will be done lawfully and in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.
Why your information might be collected
There are two reasons information might be collected about you. The first is so your enquiry about services (via a contact form for instance) can be processed. The second is in order to make your experience of browsing the website a good one.
How email will be used to communicate with you
You will not be added to an email list and sent you emails without your explicit consent. If you don’t give consent to email you, it’s easy for you to renege on that consent at any time.
What happens when you submit a form?
When you submit a form on the website, a certain amount of information is collected. The types of information collected are your name, email address, phone number, address, company name and your role within that company.
Find out what data is held
Sensitive information won’t be collected without your explicit consent and the information held will be accurate and up to date. If you ever want to check what information is held, you can ask by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Errors will be corrected on request or deletion of the information entirely.
A bit about cookies
Like most websites you’ll visit, ‘cookies’ are used. A cookie is a small text file sent from our website and stored on your computer. The cookie can be retrieved by the website the next time you return to improve your experience of using the site. An example of this might be remembering your saved preferences so you don’t have to re-enter them upon each visit.
Your continued use of this website is agreement to us placing cookies on your computer.
Most web browsers accept cookies by default, but you can change these settings to prevent this if you wish. To find out more about cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set and how to manage and delete them, visit https://ico.org.uk/for-the-public/online/cookies
Google Analytics, a third party service, is used to measure and understand how you use the website. Google Analytics does this by using third-party cookies, (managed by Google) to collect information about you and how you use the site. Data can then be analysed and used to inform decisions about how the website can be improved.
Specifically, Google Analytics provides us with:
Online Measurement – measuring what users do on the website and aggregates the data so it can be analysed and behaviour understood.
Demographics and Interest Reporting – demographic information about who visits the site, including includes age bracket, gender and interests.
If you’d like to opt-out of your data being collected by Google Analytics you can use this browser extension – https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout/