This is important! It tells you what we can and can't do with your data.
This website is owned and operated by Proactive Code. Any use of the term "we", "our" or "us" should be considered within this context. The purpose of this statement is to clearly illustrate how we collect and use private information.
Proactive Code as a Data Controller complies with the Data Protection Act of 1998.
As stipulated by the Data Protection Act, you can request a copy of any personal information held about you. Although we have the right charge a small fee for such a request, a payment will usually not be required, particularly when the amount of data requested is marginal. If any information is out of date or incorrect, you have the right to ask us to to amend these details.
Any information used for marketing purposes will be clearly labelled. Forms specifically intended to sign individuals up to email distribution lists will not have an additional checkbox to confirm the details can be used in this manner. Any form that has another primary goal, will include an opt-in checkbox you can use in order to subscribe to our email distributions and online marketing.
You have the right to retrospectively opt-out of our online marketing at any point, by either using the opt-out button used within promotional emails, or by simply letting us know via email or phone.
The information we collect and how we use it
We only collect personal information in order to accurately respond to an enquiry, or for email distributions and a range of other online marketing promotions. If you contact us we may also keep a record of that correspondence, including any problems that may be reported. We will of course not use these details for marketing purposes, unless otherwise specified.
Under no circumstances will this information ever be passed onto third parties.
If you indicated when we collected the information that you do not wish us to use your personal information for direct marketing purposes, we will not contact you for this purpose. Again such information will never be passed onto third parties.
In the event of an important update we reserve the right to notify anyone who might be effected.
Disclosure Of Your Information
Under no circumstances will your information ever be shared with third parties. The only exception is where this information might be needed to comply with specific legal obligations.
Cookies are small amounts of information stored by your computer.
The only cookies used on our website relate to your chosen accessibility settings. These will only be stored as a cookie in the event that you have selected anything other than the default accessibility settings. This ensures that, for example, the font size chosen will be used by default the next time you access our website.
You may refuse to accept cookies by activating the appropriate settings within your browser. Please note that doing so may impact your experience on certain parts of our site.
Links to other sites
Our website may use links to other websites. Please note that although we vet all links before they're posted, we can not guarantee your privacy on any external websites and do not accept liability for any loss of information. Please refer to the individual sites privacy policies for more information.
We take all necessary precautions to secure the security of your information. This is specifically designed to stop unauthorised access to your information through an attack or accidental loss.