1. Important information and who we are;
2. What information we collect, and how we use it;
3. Links to other websites;
5. Further questions and how to make a complaint.
1. Important information and who we are
This website is not intended for children, and we do not knowingly collect data relating to children.
Who we are
We are the data controller of the personal information that we process through our website and are therefore responsible for that personal information.
Your confirmation to us
2. What information we collect, and how we use it
Personal data, or personal information, means any information about an individual from which that person can be identified. It does not include data where the identity has been fully removed (i.e. anonymised data).
Our website is intended as an informational platform for your use. The only information that we collect as you navigate our website relates to your browser type, domain type and operating system. None of this information is classed as personal information, since it cannot be used to identify you individually as you browse our website.
We collect this information in order to ensure that our website functions as best it can on your device.
3. Links to other websites
Third party websites have their own terms and conditions and privacy policies, and you should read these carefully before you submit any personal information to these websites. We do not endorse or otherwise accept any responsibility or liability for the content of such third party websites or third party terms and conditions or policies.
5. Further questions and how to make a complaint
If you have any queries or complaints about this policy or wish to discuss anything relating to our treatment of your personal data through this website, please contact [email protected] We will investigate and attempt to resolve any such complaint or dispute regarding the use or disclosure or your personal data.
You may also make a complaint to the Information Commissioner’s Office, or the data protection regulator in the country where you usually live or work, or where an alleged infringement of the General Data Protection Regulation has taken place. Alternatively, you may seek a remedy through the courts if you believe your rights have been breached.