How We Collect Personal Data
We collect and process your data in compliance with the Data Protection Act 1998. We only maintain data concerning your case if you consent to us holding this data. As part of our service, we capture a range of ‘personal information’ including name, email, telephone number and postal address. This information is treated with the strictest of confidence. We keep your data only for as long as reasonably necessary and strictly for the purposes you intended for its use. We do not sell or pass on this data to third parties, including direct marketing businesses.
IP And Cookies
We may collect your IP address. This is taken in order to optimise the website. IP addresses are simple numbers with no personal information attached. Most of our web pages make use of ‘Cookies’. This includes Google remarketing cookies. A cookie is a data file placed on your computer for identification purposes. Once you visit our website in the future our system recognises your as a return visitor. Content displayed on the website is altered to reflect you interests determined by prior browsing behaviour. It is possible to turn cookies off via your browser, or to notify you of the existence of a new cookie.
John Gillen - Author - Last updated: February 21, 2023