At Taylor Hopkinson we treat the privacy of our visitors with the highest importance. This policy details the measures we take to preserving and safely guarding your privacy when you visit or communicate with our site or personnel.
Taylor Hopkinson website complies with the principles of the Data Protection Act and EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
1. Information Collection
Operation of this site may require collection and processing of the following data:
- Visit details to our site or any resources used on our site are not limited to just location and traffic data, weblogs or other communication information.
- Information given to us when you contact us for any reason.
- Data offered by filled out forms on our site, like a registration.
We and our advertisers may have the occasion to collect information in regards to your computer for our services. The information is gained in a statistical manner for our use or advertisers on our site.
Data gathered will not identify you personally. It is strictly aggregate statistical data about our visitors and how they used our resources on the site. No identifying personal information will be shared at any time via cookies.
Close to the above, data gathering can be about general online use through a cookie file. When used, cookies are automatically placed in your hard drive where information transferred to your computer can be found. These cookies are designed to help us correct and improve our site’s services for you.
You may elect to decline all cookies via your computer. Every computer has the ability to decline file downloads like cookies. Your browser has an option to enable the declining of cookies. If you do decline cookie downloads you may be limited to certain areas of our site, as there are parts of our site that require cookies.
3. Your information and how it is used
Primarily, we collect and store data about you to help us provide the highest quality service and information to you. The following are purposes we may use your information for:
- At anytime you request information from us via a form or other electronic transmission we may use your information to fulfil that request relating to our services. We may also communicate with you on other services you may find of interest, only when consent has been provided.
- Contracts we make with you create a commitment, which may require contact or use of your information.
- We have the right to notify you of changes to our website or services that could affect our service to you.
- We may also use your information or allow a third party use of this data, to offer you information about unrelated services you may be interested in. We or third parties can only communicate if you have consented to such communication and data use. You may at any time opt out from receiving such information by sending an email marked ‘opt-out’ to email@example.com.
- You will only be contacted by our website or third parties only if consent has been granted, and only for those communications you have granted.
- An opportunity for declining your consent is provided. Use this opportunity to withhold your details from us or third parties, regarding data we may collect.
- Be aware we do not reveal identifiable information about you to our advertisers, though we may at times share statistical visitor information with our advertisers.
4. Storage of Personal Data
- Information submitted by you is stored on secure servers. We operate reasonable commercial standards of technology and operational security to protect all information provided by visitors from loss, misuse, alteration or destruction
- As you know, transmission of data on the internet is never guaranteed regarding safety. It is impossible to guarantee your safety with electronic data and transmission. You are therefore at your own risk if you elect to transmit any data.
5. Information Sharing
- If necessary, we may share personal information to our group members including such entities as subsidiaries, holding companies and their subsidiaries. Information is shared only when applicable.
- Third party disclosure may be necessary in regards to personal information:
- A sale of our business or its assets, in full or part, to a third party may require personal data sharing.
- Legally, we may be asked to share and disclose data details.
- To assist in reducing credit risk and fraud protection.
6. Third Party Links
7. Accessing Information
The Data Protection Act and EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) provides you with the right to access the information that we collect about you. We are committed to providing reasonable access to visitors who wish to review the personal information retained when they register with our Website and correct any inaccuracies contained. If you wish to request a copy of the personal information held, correct or update details, or unsubscribe at any time, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We will always treat requests to access information or change information in accordance with applicable legal requirements.
8. Contacting Us