This site is operated by Mark Blayney trading as The Work Press (we).
We take your privacy seriously and this policy sets out what personal data of yours (your Data) we may collect through your use of this site and how we will use it.
The data controller in respect of any data gathered by or through this site is Mark Blayney who is responsible for how any such Data is managed and processed. Mark Blayney can be contacted by email at [email protected]
This information may be required by us to provide you with the best possible service which may include internal record keeping, improvement of our products and services and where permission has been granted as below, transmission to you of marketing materials which may be of interest to you.
To send you direct marketing by email we require your permission which can be given by either:
- A soft opt in which applies where you have previously engaged with us such as having already been a customer and applies where we are marketing similar products or services. In this case permission is assumed unless you actively opt out.
- For all other situations we must receive your explicit consent to send you marketing materials by way of an active opt in providing consent to receive such material.
You can opt out of any such marketing at any time by unsubscribing.
Other than that Data may be held on secure third party software such as professional email service providers, we will keep your Data secure and will not share it with any other party unless legally obliged to do so.
We will only retain Data for the period required to achieve the objectives set out in this policy.
If you are not satisfied with our use of Your Data you may ask for it to be corrected or deleted, or to object to its use for any particular purpose. You also have the right to access Your Data to review it, and to request a copy of Your Data. Please contact us using the details above to make any enquiries about, or request changes to, or deletion of, Your Data.
If you are not satisfied with the way we handle Your Data or any requests in connection with it, you may be able to refer your complaint to the Information Commissioner’s Office (www.ico.org.uk) as the relevant data regulator for the UK.