The updated Directive came into force on 26 May 2011, which means all EU countries should have brought the new requirements over cookie usage into law. The UK government has deferred the new directive requirements for a year while they try to work out a common sense way for UK businesses to comply with the updated Directive requirements. A full explanation of ‘cookies’ can be found at http://www.allaboutcookies.org/
You will see a pop up with these words on every site you visit and will have to install a cookie opt-in yourself.
We need authorisation to store Cookies on your computer
We will only keep your information for as long as we are either required to by law or as is relevant for the purposes for which it was collected.
Data that we collect
We may collect and use various information, including some or all of the following relating to you or people you represent: the names, genders, email addresses, postal addresses, telephone numbers, fax numbers, dates of birth, photographs, Website usernames, passwords, payment card details, references, education and qualifications, work history, preferences and opinions.
In addition, we may use that information to collect payment from you, to enable you to subsequently use parts of the Website, to detect any fraud or Website abuses, to send you information relevant to the company, or the Website, in case there is any servicing required and in case we have any queries.
We may also use your email address that you initially submit to us to send you an email with information about Jacqui Malpass and to enable you to commence using the Webservice.
We may use your contact details to respond to you any queries you raise with us.
If we have any services that require a password, we may email you with your password if you tell us that you have forgotten it.
We may also use your data to send you feedback forms to complete about our services.
We may further collect (or allocate to you and you may change) a username and password to use restricted parts of the Website. We use that to enable you or anyone you represent or who represents you to access your restricted parts on the Website.
You must only submit to us, or the Website, information which is accurate and not misleading and you must keep it up to date and inform us of changes. By submitting data in respect of you and anyone else, you must ensure that you have full authority and consent to supply us with that data on their behalf and you warrant to us that you have that authority.
Other uses of your personal information
We may also send you other information about us, promotions, further events, our newsletters, and anything in which you show an interest. If you would prefer not to receive any of this additional information as detailed in this paragraph (or any part of it) please send us an appropriate email [email@example.com] specifying which information you do not wish to receive. Within 7 working days of receipt of your instruction, we will cease to send you information as requested. If your instruction is unclear we will cease to send you all information referred to in this paragraph.
Third Parties and Links
We may exchange information with third parties for the purposes of fraud protection and credit risk reduction.
We may transfer our databases containing your personal information if we sell our business or part of it.
We have in place appropriate technical and security measures to prevent unauthorised or unlawful access to or accidental loss of or destruction or damage to your information.
We store your personal details on a secure server. We use firewalls on our servers. When you send your payment card details through the Website, we use encryption by using Secure Website Certificate technology. Whilst we are unable to guarantee 100% security, this makes it hard for a hacker to decrypt your details.
We maintain physical, electronic and procedural safeguards in connection with the collection, storage and disclosure of your information. Our security procedures mean that we may occasionally request proof of identity before we disclose personal information to you.
You are responsible for protecting against unauthorised access to your password and to your computer.