In the course of serving you as an individual client or as someone associated with a corporate or institutional client, Network Insights may obtain personal information about you. Obtaining this information is important to our ability to deliver the highest level of service to you, but we recognise that you expect us to treat this information appropriately.
This policy describes the types of personal information we may collect about you, the purposes for which we use the information, the circumstances in which we may share the information, and the steps that we take to safeguard the information to protect your privacy.
The Information We Have About You
If you deal with Network Insights in your individual capacity (i.e. as a private client), the typical information we collect about you would include:
- Your name, address and other contact details.
Of course, you are not required to supply any of the personal information that we may request. While we make every effort to ensure that all information we hold about you is accurate, complete and up to date, you can help us considerably in this by promptly notifying us if there are any changes to your personal information.
We are committed to protecting your privacy during your visits to our web site, and we recognise our responsibility to keep the information you provide to us confidential at all times.
We will only use or disclose your personal information in circumstances advised to you when you provide the information or when you request a service, or as described in the terms and conditions of your existing agreement with us.
Strict security procedures are followed in the storage and disclosure of your personal information.
When you provide personal information to us on our website, we ensure that your browser encrypts it. We use encryption technology to achieve this. We use the same technology when sending information back to your browser.
A cookie is information that a web site stores on your computer so that it can remember something about you at a later time. Cookies are commonly used on the internet and do not harm your computer. You can find out more about the way cookies work by going to www.cookiecentral.com.
The cookies used on our website do not collect any personal information that others could read and understand about you, such as your name.
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