DIGIWEB PRIVACY NOTICE
and Cookies Policy
(GDPR updated May 2018)
Digiweb is committed to protecting your privacy, be that when you visit our websites, and/or provide us with information in when submitting an enquiry, or when you subscribe for and use our services. Digiweb seeks to ensure the highest standards of compliance with all relevant Data Protection Laws and Regulations.
This policy applies to all personal data (“Personal Data“) in our possession and specifically includes the following: call traffic details, service usage data and customer information (including name, address, fixed line number, mobile number, email address and all other contact details), and your payment details, including bank account or credit card information.
In addition to existing data protection legislation and ePrivacy regulations, the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires that we give individuals specific information about what we are doing with their information. It sets out the detail that we should supply to individuals, and when we need to give it to you.
Under the GDPR, the information we give to you about the processing of Personal Data must be:
- Concise, transparent, intelligible and easily accessible;
- Written in clear and plain language, particularly if addressed to a child; and
- Free of charge.
We endeavour to meet those obligations
Where you provide us with your Personal Data in any of the ways described in below, you agree that we may collect, store and use it: (a) in order to perform our contractual obligations to you; (b) based on our legitimate interests for processing (i.e. for internal administrative purposes, data analytics and benchmarking (see below for more information), direct marketing, maintaining automated back-up systems or for the detection or prevention of crime); or (c) based on your consent, which you may withdraw at any time, as described in this Privacy Notice.
EXPLAINING THE DATA PROTECTION JARGON:
- Personal data is information about a living individual which is capable of identifying that individual.
- Processing is anything done with/to Personal Data, including storing it.
- The data subject is the person about whom Personal Data are processed.
- The data controller is the person or organisation who determines the how and what of data processing.