This statement explains how we collect that data, why we use it and how we keep it safe.
Dot-The-Eye Ltd is a limited company that is registered in England & Wales (no 05408151).
As appropriate, Dot-The-Eye Ltd will disclose your information to any of legal entities for the purposes of introducing and delivering goods and services to you. In order to offer you our customers global activities, it will be necessary to share personal data with our customers offices in the United States.
Our registered office is ‘The Dyers Building, 21 Silver Street, Ilminster, Somerset, TA19 0DH’ and our contact number is 01460 298090. For general or data protection enquiries,
We obtain information about you when you make contact with us. For example; When you register on our website or our customers websites and when you attend an event or conference.
The information we collect might include your name, address, email address and phone numbers. We will store information on the products and services you hold, or have shown an interest in.
We will record equal opportunities data that you give us, such as your age and ethnicity. This is kept secure and only used to give statistics to help plan our services.
We only use your information in accordance with the law. This gives us various powers to use your data. These are effectively the reasons for our processing and are:
Collecting and using your data will mean that we are able to manage your requests and provide you with relevant and topical information relating to your interests. For example, changes to our services. It will enable us to ask for your views on our services and matters relating to the profession.
Data protection applies to personal data held about individuals. It does not always cover ‘business to business’ contacts or information. However, we will also do our best to secure and protect the contact details of our corporate contacts.
Staff of the Dot-The-Eye Ltd will have controlled access to your information to enable us to provide you with services.
You have a choice about whether and how you wish to receive information from us. You will be asked to make your preferences clear when we collect your information. For most users, this will be when they register online.
The accuracy of your information is important to us. We encourage users to contact us if they think the information we hold about them may be out of date.
We do not use your information for automated profiling. However, on some websites managed by Dot-The-Eye, you may choose to tell us which subjects most interest you and this can be used to tailor your online experience and in communications to you.
You have various legal rights over your information, which we will always respect. Further detail is available from the Information Commissioner via their website.
On websites managed by Dot-The-Eye, we encourage users not share any passwords for their accounts. Your passwords are your responsibility and must not be disclosed to any third party. This is important for your own protection and that of your personal data.
If you suspect that your password or account information has been compromised, it is your responsibility to inform us promptly and change your password.
Dot-The-Eye Ltd have robust IT security in place. All staff receive data protection training and our premises are secured. We hold data sharing contracts with providers, requiring them to protect your information.
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When someone visits any of the websites we manage, we use a third-party service, Google Analytics, to collect standard internet log information and details of visitor behaviour patterns. This information is anonymised and we do not make, and do not allow Google to make, any attempt to find out the identities of those visiting our website.
We particularly wish to protect the privacy of children aged 16 or under. If you are aged 16 or under, please get your parent/guardian's permission before you provide us with personal information.
This privacy notice does not cover the links within this site, that lead to external websites. We encourage you to read the privacy statements on the other websites that you visit.
We keep this statement under review as part of our overall Data Protection Policy. It was last updated in April 2018.