Marketing on Board is committed to protecting your privacy when you use our services.
Any personal data collected through the site will be treated as confidential in line with the principles of The General Data Protection Regulation. (GDPR)
Marketing on Board collects information when you read or download information from the Site (IP Addresses and Cookies)
We will collect information generated by your visit to the website. This may include your IP Address (an IP address is a number that is automatically assigned to your computer whenever you are surfing the Internet); the type of browser and operating system used to access the site; the date and time you access the Site; the pages you visit; and if you visited the site from another website, the address of that website.
Some of this information may be stored on your computer in the form of a cookie. This information helps the web server track such things as your preferences and any data you submit whilst browsing the site.
Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can activate your browser to prevent this.
The Privacy Notice below explains how we use information about you and how we protect your privacy.
Changes to Privacy Notice
Do you know what personal information is?
Personal information can be anything that identifies and relates to a living person. This can include information that when put together with other information can then identify a person.
Information we may collect about you may include (but is not limited to):
• Company Name
• Telephones numbers
• Email addresses
• Computer IP address
Why do we need your personal information?
We may need to use some information about you to:
• provide you with marketing material
• deliver services and support to you;
• manage those services we provide to you;
• service improvement
• check the quality of services;
• to help with research of new services.
Consent and Your Preferences
We would like to occasionally send you information on products and services we offer, and which we think will be of interest to you. We will ask for your consent to communicate this type of information to you, you can remove your consent and ask us to stop.
If you want to remove your consent, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us you are removing your consent so we can deal with your request.
Visiting our website
When you visit our website, we collect standard internet log information for statistical purposes.
• We do not make any attempt to identify visitors to our websites. We do not associate information gathered from our sites with personally identifying information from any source.
• When we collect personal information, for example via an online form, we will explain what we intend to do with it.
Our website contains links to various third-party websites. We are not responsible for the content or privacy practices of any external websites that are linked from our sites.
How we use your telephone number and email address
Contact via telephone or email provide a direct way to contact and share information with you about our services. If you provide your telephone number or email address we may keep in contact with you by these methods.
Keeping your information secure
We store personal information electronically.
We’ll do what we can to make sure we hold records about you in a secure way, and we’ll only make them available to those who have a right to see them. Examples of our security include:
• Training for our staff allows us to make them aware of how to handle information and how and when to report when something goes wrong
• Regular testing of our technology and ways of working including keeping up to date on the latest security updates
Employees and third parties who have access to, or are associated with the processing of your personal information are obliged to make reasonable efforts to safeguard it.
How long do we keep your personal information?
There’s often a legal or a contractual reason for keeping your personal information for a set period of time. We will keep your information for the duration of providing a service, after that time we will either anonymise or destroy your information.
You can ask us for information of our retention periods by contacting email@example.com.
The law gives you a number of rights to control what personal information is used by us and how it is used by us.
You can ask for access to the information we hold on you
You have the right to ask for the information we have about you. When we receive a request from you, we must give you access to what personal information we’ve recorded about you.
However, we can’t let you see any parts of a record which contain:
• Confidential information about other people; or
• May be held in preparation to defend legal claims
A request for personal information can be made via email. This is known as a subject access request. In order to make a subject access request you will need to provide the following information:
• your name
• your email address
• enough information to identify your records
We will not start your subject access request until we are satisfied that you have provided us with enough information for us to identify you.
Once you have made a request you will receive an acknowledgement and your request should be answered within one month. In certain circumstances, we are allowed to take longer but we will tell you if we feel we may need longer without undue delay from when we receive your request.
You can ask to limit what we use your personal data for
You have the right to ask us to restrict what we use your personal information for where:
• you have identified inaccurate personal information, and have told us of it
• where we have no legal reason to use that information but you want us to restrict what we use it for rather than erase the information altogether
We will assess whether you have a right to a restriction and where restriction of use has been granted, we’ll inform you before we carry on using your personal information.
Where possible we’ll seek to comply with your request, but we may need to hold or use information because we are required to by law or we have a legal basis to do so, such as a contract.