This privacy page gives details about personal information collected on the Corporate Eye website.
Collection of personal information
We collect necessary registration information about individuals for product access and billing purposes or for registering for our newsletter. All information stored is explicitly requested and provided by the user.
Data automatically collected
We use standard web analytics tools to analyse usage of our site collecting a visitors’ domain and IP address automatically. Users are not identified and data is aggregated.
|To make the site work:|
|frontend_session||when browser closes||no|
|Set by WordPress (blog software) to check if cookies are enabled, and whether you are logged in:|
|wordpress_test_cookie||when browser closes||no|
|If you’ve chosen to comment on the blog, so you don’t have to retype all your data:|
|comment_author||1 year||yes: provided by visitor, and required to comment (anti-spam)|
|comment_author_email||yes: provided by visitor, and required to comment (anti-spam)|
|comment_author_url||yes: provided by visitor, optional|
|To check if you have asked to receive updates to comments on a post:|
|To check we don’t show you our popup invitation to subscribe to the newsletter too often:|
|So we know how many visitors we get, and what they are interested in:|
|_utmc||when browser closes||no|
|So you can view video and add our pages to various social media|
|All add third party cookies to this site to collect data. Unless you are logged in to their service, we believe this is not personally identifiable data. Much of it is the same as the Google Analytics data collected above.|
Use of data
We do not share our data with partners or other parties.
Your personal data is protected in the UK by the Data Protection Act. This provides that the data we hold about individuals should be:
- processed lawfully and fairly.
- kept up to date, where necessary, and not retained for longer than is necessary.
- kept secure to prevent unauthorised access.
You do have the right to see what information is held and correct any inaccuracies. You can do this by emailing us at email@example.com.
Any changes to this policy will be posted here.