- What information do we collect about you?
- How will we use the information about you?
- Marketing & Tracking
- Google Analytics
- Access to your information and correction
- CMS security
- Other websites
1 – What information do we collect about you?
The only information collected via this website is when you offer it via email and only session cookies are used by the owner of the website (see Cookies below). There is no opt-in or opt-out check boxes used in your communication and there is no subscription or invitations to receive newsletters. Any contact with you will only be made in the form requested by you. If you participate in the festival you automatically give permission for information relating to your film and you to be used in the promotion of the festival. To cancel this permission please do so in writing and by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
2 – How will we use the information about you?
No information provided by you will be passed on to a third personal unless this mutually agreed upon. The information you give is only used in connection with our business arrangement and only used in conjunction with the request that you made/make. This information is not stored on the website or directly on a computer desktop. No Cookie based data is collected and the information you offer will not be stored after the job or request is completed. All information held is seen, used and stored by the owner of this website only.
3 – Marketing & Tracking
You will never be sent information about products and services from any other third-party companies or groups. Your information will not be knowingly passed to a third-party for marketing purposes. No third-party marketing automation tracking software is knowingly used by this website.
4 – Google Analytics
Many websites are configured to use Google Analytics to track user behaviour. Google states it uses an anonymous tracking system (there’s no “personal data” being collected). So it seems that GDPR might not have much of an impact on its usage. Nevertheless, Google has stated their commitment to complying with applicable data protection laws. They said they’re working hard to prepare for the new changes and have placed keeping user information safe as one of their highest priorities. You can read all about it here.
5 – Access to your information and correction
6 – Cookies
7 – CMS secure?
This websites uses HTTPS to send data over an encrypted connection and has an SSL certificate to help in dealing with any potential breach. We also have domain spam and virus software in place.
For more information contact: email@example.com