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Privacy Policy

We will always respect you and your privacy. We collect some personal information (only an email address at present) in order to send you an occasional email newsletter with information about CAOS. We will never sell, rent or trade any of your information with a third party. We will only use the information that we collect about you lawfully and in accordance with the UK Data Protection Act (1998) and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR, 2018).

Use of your information

When you subscribe to the CAOS newsletter, you consent to the collection and use of your information under the terms of this policy.

Your data may be shared with the following parties but will never be sold or supplied to another third party. Only the information they need to perform their services is provided and they are all fully compliant with UK Data Protection:

1. With Wix for the collection of newsletter subscribers (this website);

2. With MailChimp for email newsletters.

 

Cookies are used to keep track of information like how many visits this site is attracting, where people came to this site from, how many times they have visited, and which pages they are looking at and for how long. We will try to use this information to improve how the site works, and in turn try to make the experience better for visitors. Cookies are completely anonymous. They don’t track you or anything that can identify you personally.

This website is hosted on Wix. They provide the online platform that allows us to publish and maintain this website. Your data is stored through Wix's data storage, databases and the general Wix application. They store your data on secure databases protected via a variety of industry-standard access controls. Secure passwords, SSL encryption, disk-based encryption, firewalls, and other measures are in place that helps them to protect your data. However, no company, including Wix, can fully eliminate security risks associated with the transmission of personal information through online transactions, and you do so at your own risk. We also use Google Analytics to help understand how you, and others, are using our Wix website and to help us to improve it from time to time.

 

Future changes to this Privacy Policy will be updated on this website and by email notification too if appropriate.

 

You can contact our data protection officer Neal Vaughan, by sending him a message via the Contact page of this website.