We respect your right to privacy online and only collect personal information with your express permission and when it’s really necessary. Except where required by law we will not share your information with any third parties and will take all practical steps to ensure that it is kept secure.
What information do we collect?
We may collect, store and use the following kinds of personal information:
(a) information about your computer and about your visits to and use of this website (including your IP address, geographical location, browser type and version, operating system, referral source, length of visit, page views, website navigation and other details;
(b) information relating to any transactions carried out between you and us on or in relation to this website, including information relating to any purchases you make of our goods or services;
(c) information that you provide to us for the purpose of registering with us
(d) information that you provide to us for the purpose of subscribing to;
(d) our website services, email notifications and/or newsletters;
(e) any other information that you choose to send to us.
How and where I collect personal information:
– electronic newsletters
– email correspondence
– client registration
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This Policy and the GDPR
GDPR stands for the General Data Protection Regulation, a European privacy law approved by the European Commission in 2016. The GDPR will replace a prior European Union privacy directive known as Directive 95/46/EC (the “Directive”), which has been the basis of European data protection law since 1995.
The GDPR is an attempt to strengthen, harmonize, and modernize EU data protection law and enhance individual rights and freedoms, consistent with the European understanding of privacy as a fundamental human right. The GDPR regulates, among other things, how individuals and organizations may obtain, use, store, and eliminate personal data. It applies to any organisation processing personal data of EU citizens.
Personal data will now include not only data that is commonly considered to be personal in nature (e.g. names, physical addresses, email addresses), but also data such as IP addresses, behavioural data, location data, financial information, and more.
The GDPR was adopted in April 2016, but will officially be enforceable on 25th May 2018.