Nigel Quiney Publications Website Privacy Notice
About this Policy
For the purpose of the GDPR Act 25th May 2018, Nigel Quiney Publications Limited is a data controller.
Nigel Quiney Publications Limited collects certain personal information about visitors to our website and people who may contact us in other ways such as over the phone or by writing to us. This might include information from enquirers, customers and people who may be interested in working with us.
The type of personal data we hold
The personal data which we collect from you will usually include at least your name, address, telephone number and e-mail address.
If you contact us about a trade account then we will also collect details about your business and your role in it for example, if you are a partnership we will require details about your business interest and may also require details about your business partners. This is all information which we may retain on our records for future reference.
If you contact us through our website (including if you complete a contact form), by telephone, email or if you write to us, the content of those communications may also include personal data and we may also keep a copy of that correspondence on our records.
We might in some cases, collect more detailed information from you, including sensitive personal data. This will include if you respond to a job advertisement, send us a CV or an enquiry about working with us or if you are an artist or designer and are interested in working collaboratively on artwork. For example, we might ask you for information about any disabilities that you may have in order for us to make reasonable adjustments if necessary for example, if you attend an interview or meeting with us.
How we use personal data
When we collect personal information from you, it will be held on our records and used for the proper administration of our business, including where relevant, for the purposes of providing our products, account management, dealing with invoicing arrangements, sending out our latest brochures and to tell you about matters relevant to our products.
We might also use your personal details to deal with any enquiries or complaints which you may raise or if you report any problems with our site and to contact you and deal with those issues as appropriate.
We may also from time to time, use your personal information to send marketing information to you but will only do so where you have confirmed that you agree to receive such information or if we are sending you information about products similar to those which you may have bought from us before. If at any time you wish to stop receiving that type of information then you can contact us at any time, using the contact details shown below.
We may also use your information for other business purposes such as market research activities that we may undertake on occasion. This may also involve the collection of survey information, involving opinions on our products or may include technical information such as Internet Protocol (IP) address information used to connect your computer to the Internet or traffic data about visits to our website and the products searched for or viewed.
Disclosure of data to third parties
From time to time we might also appoint external third parties to help us with our business functions for example, external consultants and sub-contractors. These might include delivery contractors, marketing consultants or companies who help us to manage our website. We therefore, may make your data available to those entities if reasonable to do so as part of our usual business practices. When we make your personal data available to such third parties for those purposes, we will only make available to them, the data that they need to perform their obligations to us.
If you are an account holder and customer, we will disclose your data to third party credit reference agencies and to any trade referees who you may refer us to so that we can take up appropriate references and perform necessary checks. We will keep the details of such checks on our records and may also disclose those details to third parties for the purpose of ongoing risk assessment.
We may pass your personal data to third parties who are service providers, debt recovery agents, field tracing agents and subcontractors to us, for the purposes of recovering monies owed to our firm and all within our legitimate interests.
Security and standards
We take the issue of data privacy seriously. We have measures in place which are aimed at helping keep your data secure and we take reasonable steps to protect the confidentiality of the personal information supplied by you.
We use certain security software which helps to keep our electronic records secure (although this cannot be guaranteed) and also have procedures in place to help keep our paper records secure. We also only disclose your details to those individuals within our organisation who have a need to know them for the proper performance of their duties.
Please note however, that the transmission of information via the internet can never be guaranteed as entirely secure and therefore any transmission of data is at your own risk.
Where you have a password, you are responsible for keeping the password confidential. Do not share the password with anyone.
We may disclose personal information where required to do so by law, to exercise our legal rights or defend ourselves against legal claims and may share information with law enforcement authorities to investigate or prevent illegal activities being committed over our network.
We may also monitor user and network traffic for site security purposes and may use any information, including personal data to prevent any unauthorised attempts to tamper with our website or cause damage to our property. We also reserve our rights to disclose your personal information either where you have given us explicit consent to do so or otherwise where we may do so in accordance with applicable data protection legislation. Your rights
You may withdraw the consent at any time by sending an email to email@example.com , stating your name, company details and or any other information, as in line with the Withdrawal of Consent procedure within the parameters of the GDPR documentation.
You have a right of access to the personal data what we may hold about you. You may submit a request at any time and you are entitled to a description of the data being processed and may be entitled to receive a copy of it. Any such requests should be made in writing and should be addressed to Nigel Quiney Publications, Cloudesley House, Shire Hill, Saffron Walden, Essex, CB11 3FB.
We also have an obligation to ensure that the information which we hold about you is accurate and up to date. You have the right to ensure that any inaccuracies in your personal data are corrected or removed. To assist us in ensuring that the personal data which we hold about you is accurate, please notify us of any changes in your personal details (such as a change of address or telephone number). You can do so by contacting us on the details below:
Nigel Quiney Publications Ltd
Tel: +44 (0)1799 520200 Fax: +44 (0)1799 520100 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
• the Internet domain and IP address from which you access the web site;
• the type of browser (Internet Explorer or Netscape) and operating system (Windows, UNIX) you use;
• the date and time of your visit;
• the pages you visit; and
• the address of the web site from which you linked to us (if applicable).
This is solely statistical data that enables Us to analyse customer trends and does not identify personally identifiable information.
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