Privacy & Cookie Policy

Updated 26 September 2016

This Privacy & Cookie Policy sets out how Wynchcote Limited (hereafter “Company”) collects, stores and processes data collected from stakeholders, customers, correspondents and visitors of its websites (collectively referred to hereafter as 'User' or 'Users') at www.wynchco.uk and www.joomlers.uk (collectively referred to hereafter as “Our Website”).

 

1 Consent

1.1 The Company operates a policy of ‘implied consent’.

1.2 When any one User communicates with the Company through any medium the User agrees to the collection, storage and processing of User data by the Company (see Section 2 of this Privacy & Cookie Policy).

1.3 When any one User visits Our Website the User agrees to Our Website placing cookies on their computer or mobile device (see Section 5 of this Privacy & Cookie Policy).

 

2 Collection, storage & processing of data

2.1 When any one User registers with Our Website, subscribes to the Company's newsletter, corresponds with the Company through any medium and/or purchases one or more of the Company's services the Company collects personally identifiable User data including but not limited to: name, address, email address, telephone number, website URL and IP address.

2.2 The Company does not collect any of the following sensitive personally identifiable User data: date of birth, proof of identity, credit card and bank account details.

2.3 Any one User may request amendment of personally identifiable data collected by the Company by writing to the Company at the Company's registered address. The Company cannot backdate any requested amendment to collected personally identifiable data.

2.4 Collected data is stored by the Company on one or more databases directly or indirectly maintained by the Company. While the Company cannot guarantee that loss, misuse or alteration of data will not occur; the Company undertakes to make every effort to prevent such occurrences.

2.5 Collected data is used by the Company to enable provision of its services to Users and correspondence with Users about its services.

2.6 Users who do not wish to receive correspondence from the Company may opt out of receiving communications by:

2.6.1 following the instructions included in the communication received,

2.6.2 replying to the email address quoted in the communication received,

2.6.3 or writing to the Company at the Company's registered address.

2.7 Users of Company services who wish to opt out of receiving service related communications will be invited by the Company to close their account.

2.8 The Company also collects data about how Users access Our Website through the use of cookies (Section 5 of this Privacy & Cookie Policy) and log files (Section 6 of this Privacy & Cookie Policy).

 

3 Disclosure of data

3.1 The Company does not share with, sell or rent to any other person company or organisation the User data it collects in any way other than as disclosed in this Privacy & Cookie Policy.

3.2 The Company reserves the right to disclose collected personally identifiable User data as required by law and when the Company believes that disclosure is necessary to protect the Company's rights and/or comply with a judicial proceeding, court order, or legal process served on the Company.

3.3 The Company shares collected personally identifiable User data with various:

3.3.1 accounting service providers for the purpose of invoicing for its services;

3.3.2 web hosting service providers for the purpose of providing website and email hosting services;

3.3.3 external web service providers (including but not limited to MailChimp) for the purpose of communicating its services.

3.4 The Company shares aggregate anonymised User data with third parties including but not limited to Google Inc.

 

4 Disclaimer

4.1 The Company is not responsible for the privacy policy and practices of third parties with which the Company shares collected personally identifiable User data.

4.2 Where Our Website contains links to other websites, the Company is not responsible for the privacy and cookie policies and practices of the owners and operators of those websites.

 

5 Cookies

5.1 Cookies are very small text files that are stored on a User's computer or mobile device when they visit some websites.

5.2 Our Website uses cookies to help improve User experience and enable the Company to collect data showing how Users interact with Our Website.

5.3 In accordance with the EU ePrivacy Directive 2009/136/EC any one User of Our Website is presented with a message clearly stating that Our Website uses cookies and an invitation to agree to cookies being used. The message will continue to be displayed until the User agrees to Our Website using cookies by clicking on the I AGREE button.

5.4 Users who choose not to agree to Our Website using cookies will not be able to use all the features of Our Website.

5.5 Users who want to learn more about cookies including how to delete previously downloaded cookies and how to prevent cookies from being downloaded in future may find the following link useful: www.aboutcookies.org.

 

6 Log files

6.1 The Company uses log files to facilitate website administration and monitor how Users interact with Our Website.

6.2 Collected data may include but is not limited to internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, internet service provider (ISP), referring/exit pages, platform type, date/time stamp, and number of clicks.

 

7 Policy change

7.1 The Company reserves the right to modify this Privacy & Cookie Policy at any time and without notice at its sole discretion.

 

8 Law and jurisdiction

8.1 This Privacy & Cookie Policy is governed by and shall be construed in accordance with the laws of England and Wales and shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.