This policy explains how we comply with our various obligations in the United States on the processing of personal data which we may hold from time to time. As our website and our business is established in U.S. we are governed by the provisions of the Data Protection Act 1998 (‘the Act’).
When you visit our website or email us we may obtain further information from you or your computer, network or server to enable us to maintain a connection with you and identify you each time you visit. You may be asked to enter or supply us with further details in connection with any of our services, promotions or offers.
We will not process any personal data which we obtain from you save in connection with your access to and use of our website or the promotion or provision to you of our various products and services available from time to time. We will not disclose any such data to third parties (any persons who are not connected with us) without your prior permission other than strictly to meet our liabilities and to perform our obligations to you. We may however disclose such data to any of our 'group' companies from time to time, which expression shall include all our associated companies including any subsidiary or holding company.
We will not without obtaining your prior consent transmit any personal data without first ensuring that there are appropriate measures in place for its proper protection. We will not disclose any personal data which we may from time to time hold relating to you to any other person, firm or company which is considered ‘sensitive’ (as defined in the Act) without obtaining your prior permission.
We are not responsible for the privacy policies of any other website or for how other websites or the persons operating or responsible for them treat your personal data.