(1) The legal right to access, correct, delete or transfer personal information held about you on our company system
(2) The requirement for you to provide explicit consent for your personal data to be held, after which companies must save this consent
(3) The legal obligation for we/organisations to inform the relevant data authorities and consumers, within 72 hours of breaches to data security
Web Forms, Subscribing & Registering
We take your privacy seriously and will only use your personal information to administer your account and to provide the products and services you have requested from us.
However, from time to time we would like to contact you with details of other offers and services we provide. If you consent to us contacting you for this purpose we can only contact you via email, telephone or text message. If you do not wish to be contacted please let us know.
Having an SSL certificate means that our website is using HTTPS send data over an encrypted connection which is the first step towards GDPR compliance.
If we are allowing you to buy goods from our website then please also understand that we take your privacy seriously and will only use your personal information to administer your account and to provide the products and services you have requested from us. Our website will take your personal information in order to process and ship the goods to you. However, Please be aware that we DO NOT store or take your bank details. This information is taken and processed by the third-party gateway service company who in this instance is [None]
For accounting purposes we store your your details so that you may simply reuse our services or process refunds without having to re-enter your address, name information again. If at any point you would like to have your information removed from our database simply contact us via us via email and will will remove your stored details on our shopping database website.
Third Party Tracking Software
Google - GDPR Compliants https://www.google.com/cloud/security/compliance/gdpr/
Disabling Google Cookies https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/2795983?hl=en
New rules will allow users to be more in control of their settings, providing an easy way to accept or refuse the tracking of cookies and other identifiers in case of privacy risks. The proposal clarifies that no consent is needed for non-privacy intrusive cookies improving internet experience (e.g. to remember shopping cart history).
"Cookies set by a visited website counting the number of visitors to that website will no longer require consent.”
What are cookies?
Session or persistent cookies
Some cookies are session cookies. This means they’re deleted when you close your web browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari etc.). These are the cookies typically used when you log into a bank or make an online purchase. Other cookies are persistent which means they remain on your computer until they expire. This can be a fixed time after you have visited the website or a particular date. These cookies are used to remember information between visits to a website. For example, if you tell the BBC website to remember which weather forecast you want to see, it will use a cookie to remember that.
First or third party cookies
First party cookies are set by the site you’re visiting. In the example above, the cookie would be set by the BBC. They’re only read when you go back to the same site again. Third party cookies are set by someone other than the site owner. These may be set by agencies who have placed adverts on a site you visit, by analytics programs that help site owners know how well their site is working and similar organisations. If you go to another site that uses the same advert provider, the cookie may be read again, and the advertising agency will be able to recognise that the same computer has visited this site too. This information is generally used by agencies to target adverts, so you’re more likely to see adverts for products you are interested in.