Terms, Conditions and Privacy
Within this policy we would like to inform you about what purpose and to what extent we collect your personal information while using our website and other digital channels that Intouch Business (UK) LLP is in control of.
The terms of this policy are valid from 1/10/2019 and until further notice. This policy will be reviewed at least once per year, whereas any affected individuals that has their personal information processed by Intouch Business will be contacted and informed about any changes made to this policy.
For further questions regarding this policy, processing of personal information or having your personal information updated or corrected, please contact Intouch Business, Peregrine House, Ford Lane, Ford, Arundel BN18 0DF. Phone +44 1903 885900. Mail: email@example.com
Intouch Business, hereinafter referred to as “the Company”, is personally responsible according to the General Data Protection Regulation for processing of personal information.
The Company cares about you and your personal integrity while visiting the websites www.intouch-business.com, www.progrant.co.uk and the social media platforms that the Company uses (see a complete list under section “Links and external websites”). We are responsible for ensuring that the personal information collected by us is only used for its intended purpose. We will protect your personal information against unauthorized access and use.
Below is a summary of our obligations and your rights as a personal information provider.
Processing of personal information
For us to be able to answer certain questions or fulfilling a request from you, certain personal information must to be provided such as name, address, company, email or phone number. The information you provide us with is used to process your requests and/or to fulfill the service or information you have requested.
We also process data that have been registered automatically during your visit as well as information collected from our website that requires an interaction (see “cookies and logs”).
Personal information may be transferred to companies within the Company’s group. Other companies within the Group may individually be responsible in accordance with the terms and conditions applicable to each service or function and according to national law applicable to such company.
Personal information might be provided to subcontractors which the Company employs to perform services, i.e. for the disclosure of financial information, invitations, recruitment and the Annual General Meeting. Each designated subcontractor is a personal information controller for the Company.
How long will the Personal Information be stored?
We store your personal information as long as it is necessary to provide you with our services or if we decide there is another legitimate reason for longer storage.
The right to store your personal information is based on the right of legitimate interest.
Legitimate interest is based on that we will only communicate with you in your professional role and keep you informed based on one the purposes below.
- Keep you informed by email as we add new blog posts or news to our website.
- Send the information you request from our Knowledge Banks
- Inform you about activities and events that might interest you.
- Contact you with the help you have requested.
- Contact you about recruitment if you have applied to work with us.
We also save personal information for the purpose of marketing analysis and automatic profiling based on user behaviour, where your profile might be used for marketing purposes.
By accepting this policy, you also agree that the Company use your personal information to contact you for marketing and marketing analytic purposes. The purpose for this is to enhance the experience and optimize the quality of our services. If you for any reason wish not to receive any marketing, please contact us with the subject that you do not wish to be contacted with any promotional purposes by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or use links that we provide in email communication with you for controlling the personal information that we store.
Your rights as a personal information provider
We only store the information that we need according to the purposes described above. As a personal information provider, you always have the right to:
- Take note of the information we store about you
- Change or update the information we store
- Have your information deleted and forgotten
- Have your information stored but no longer linked to you as a person.
- You also have the right to get information about infringements in our data records by email from us.
If you require assistance or to be informed about your rights, you can contact us by sending an email to email@example.com.
The Company wants you to feel safe when providing us with your personal information, therefore we take all reasonable precautions to make sure your personal information is safe. Among other things, SSL security is utilized (about SSL). Your personal information will never be sold or transferred to other parties for other purposes than specified in this policy.
Processing of personal information is done according to the General Data Protection Regulation. The systems we use to store your data is fundamentally adapted to comply with privacy laws in the EU. The Company only cooperates with partners that process personal information within EU/EES or companies that comply to the same level of security as EU/EES requires, an example of this is the Privacy Shield, an agreement between EU and USA.