ArgyllFreePress collects user information through its website in order to improve user-experience, process requests and provide with more personalized results. We will collect anonymous information from your session with the help of cookies and internet protocols, but we may also collect personally identifiable information.
1. What type of information do we collect?
On www.argyllfreepress.com you can enjoy collective content, read reviews, subscribe to our newsletter, take part in contests and subscribe to our daily publications, among other things. In order to better organize content and process user requests, ArgyllFreePress must collect personally identifiable information about its visitors. Personally identifiable data that may be collected includes, but is not limited to email address, social media account, full name, address etc. You may also be required to provide with additional, non-personally identifiable data, that we will use for research purposes.
As we previously mentioned, ArgyllFreePress collects anonymous information from its users with the help of cookies. This information cannot be personally identifiable with you and it is designed to help us improve the usability and experience that you have with the site. If you do not want to allow cookies to collect information about you please read section x.x.
- Cookies: we use small text files, which in some circumstances are placed on your browser (example: when you visit certain pages on our website). Cookies enable us to collect certain data about your sessions, and recognize you each time you visit argyllfreepress.com. This will lead to a more personalized experience.
- Managing & Refusing Cookies: If you’d prefer to not accept cookies, you can do so through your browser settings. You can also delete cookies from your browser and temporary folders. There are several types of cookies: some are temporarily stored on the browser (they close when you end a session) and other are stored on your hard-drive. For more information about cookie settings please visit allaboutcookies.org.
2. How do we use your information?
Personally identifiable information will only be used to process requests and establish direct communication. For example, if there is a new event that you might be interested in, we might contact you to inform you about it.
Anonymous information, collected by cookies, is used to monitor the performance of our website, to compile aggregate statistics and to analyze website usage. This type of data is not designed for advertising purposes, and it is only meant to help our team improve your internet experience.
3. What Type of Information do we disclose to Third Parties?
We will only rent, trade or sell personally identifiable information to third parties if we receive your consent.
We reserve the right to share non-personally identifiable aggregate data with third parties such as advertisers and business partners.
Third parties will be selected after careful consideration and they must be registered with the Information Commissioner.
In the event that ArgyllFreePress is acquired or merges with another company, it may share non-identifiable and identifiable information with its new partners. You will be notified in case of such an event. Lastly, www.argyllfreepress.com will disclose personally identifiable information if required to do so by law, government requests or applicable regulations. We reserve the right to prioritize our company’s integrity as well as that of our users.
BY ACCESSING WWW.ARGYLLFREEPRESS.COM YOU ARE CONSENTING TO THE TERMS AND POLICIES SPECIFIED ABOVE. WE WILL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF DATA LOSSES OR SECURITY ISSUES. ALTHOUGH WE DO OUR BEST TO PROTECT THE PRIVACY OF OUR USERS, NO SYSTEM IS 100% SECURE. BY USING OUR WEBSITE YOU AGREE THAT YOU ARE FULLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DATA THAT YOU SHARE.
4. How do we secure information?
We will treat all type of data with the utmost respect and make sure that it is protected in accordance with the Data Protection Act. Our team follows strict security procedures in order to secure data. However, information shared through email is harder to secure, so you should be careful what information you disclose. Despite the fact that we do our best to protect your data, we cannot guarantee its security.
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