Confidentiality and Data Protection
We may gain information about you from your use of this website. It may be ‘voluntary information’ – information that you provide to us voluntarily (such as contact details or information contained in an employment application form) or ‘involuntary information’- information that we gather through our monitoring of visits to this website.
Voluntary information will be retained and utilised in accordance with all applicable laws – in particular, the Data Protection Act 1998, in accordance with which Holly Edwards, trading as Debate-Ed will maintain and protect the confidentiality of your information.
Third parties may provide us with storage facilities. They will be required to adhere to the same confidentiality obligations that we have and will only be allowed to process data in accordance with our instructions. Apart from this, Holly Edwards, trading as Debate-Ed will not, unless required to do so by law or by regulators, disclose your data to any third party.
You are entitled to access and to have rectified any personal data provided to us. You may do this either by sending us a written request by post or by e-mail to email@example.com.
Involuntary information will not generally identify individual visitors to our website and is mainly statistical. It will be used mainly to improve the website and its navigability, and to identify areas that are of most interest to visitors. Where visitors are identified, they will usually be organisations that already have relationships with us, and the information we gain will be used in developing those relationships and improving the services we provide.
We use Google Analytics features for statistical analysis of visitors to our website. You can opt-out of Google Analytics and disable tracking using the Google Analytics Opt-Out Browser Add-on. The data provided by Google Analytics Demographics we will use to develop our website and content in line with our users interests.
Important notice for users – Like most websites, this site uses Google Analytics cookies and session cookies. These are small files of data that collect information about how visitors use our site, for instance which pages visitors go to most often, and if they get error messages from web pages.
These cookies don’t collect information that identifies a visitor. All information these cookies collect is aggregated and therefore anonymous. The information is only used to improve the responsiveness of our website when you visit.
By using our website, you agree that we can place these types of cookies on your device.
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