Paul Cattell is committed to protecting the privacy of visitors to www.PaulCattell.co.uk
We do not collect any information that allows us to identify or contact you unless you provide that information yourself, for example if you email us, or if you send us a form electronically. If you provide us with personal information through our website, we have taken precautionary steps to help make sure that information you may provide is kept confidential. This personal information may be subject to public disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.
We take steps to ensure that we are compliant with General Data Protection Act (GDPR) which is enforceable by 24th May 2018. Should you wish to review/retrieve/delete/change the information that we hold for you on our secure files and servers then you should in the first instance contact info@PaulCattell.co.uk with exact instructions as the information you require, and if you require this information for review/retrieval/deletion/change. You will in turn be asked to provide proof of identification before any details are given out or removed or changed. You have a right to be forgotten and we will ensure that if you exercise that right, where possible we completely encrypt any statistics and remove your personal or identifiable details. We use a secure server to store your data. Your data is not stored on any one electronic device at our offices and requires an encryption key to access data and re assemble it. We do not sell your data or share your data with any third party other than for use of transmitting email and recording website traffic which are taken care of by Google and Google related products. Our webmistress at NuNet is also party to some of the information that you provide, but does not store any of your information locally and has signed a full and robust confidentiality agreement with the company. You should know however, that we cannot guarantee or warrant the security or privacy of Internet transmissions, as they could be intercepted. In order to protect your privacy do not email information that you consider confidential.
When we provide services, we want to make them easy, useful and reliable. Where services are delivered on the internet, this sometimes involves placing small amounts of information on your device, for example, computer or mobile phone. These include small files known as cookies. They cannot be used to identify you personally.
These pieces of information are used to improve services for you through, for example: