Privacy Statement – Edenbooth Limited

Edenbooth Ltd is committed to protecting personal data. This privacy statement describes why and how we collect and use personal data and provides information about individuals’ rights. It applies to personal data provided to us, both by individuals themselves or by others. We may use personal data provided to us for any of the purposes described in this privacy statement or as otherwise stated at the point of collection.

Personal data is any information relating to an identified or identifiable living person. Edenbooth Ltd processes personal data for numerous purposes and the means of collection, lawful basis of processing, use, disclosure and retention periods for each purpose may differ. When collecting and using personal data, our policy is to be transparent about why and how we process personal data.

CLIENTS

Edenbooth Ltd processes personal data about contacts (existing and potential clients and/or individuals associated with them). This information will include name, employer name, contact title, phone, email and other business contract details. Personal data relating to business contacts may be used by Edenbooth Ltd for the purpose of making contact information available to Edenbooth Ltd personnel.

SUPPLIERS

Edenbooth Ltd collects and processes personal data about our suppliers (including subcontractors and individuals associated with our suppliers and subcontractors) in order to manage the relationship, contract, to receive services from our suppliers and, where relevant, to provide professional services to our clients.

We use personal data for the following purposes:

* Receiving services

* Providing services to clients

* Administering, managing and developing our business and services

* Security, quality, health & safety and risk management activities

* Providing information about us and our range of services

* Complying with any requirement of law, regulation or a professional body of which we are a member

As with any provider of services, we are subject to legal regulatory and professional obligations. We need to keep certain records to demonstrate that our services are provided in compliance with those obligations and those records may contain personal data.

VISITORS TO OUR WEBSITE

Visitors to our website are in control of the personal data shared with us. We may capture limited personal data automatically via the use of cookies on our website. We use small text files called ‘cookies’. The use of cookies is now standard operating procedure for most websites. However, if you are uncomfortable with the use of cookies, most browsers now permit users to opt-out of receiving them. Additionally, after ending the visit to our site, you can always delete the cookies from your system if you wish.

Visitors are also able to send an email to us through the website. Their message will contain the user’s screen name and email address, as well as any additional information the user may wish to include in the message.

We ask that you do not provide sensitive information to us when using our website. If you choose to provide sensitive information to us for any reason, the act of doing so constitutes your explicit consent for us to collect and use that information in the ways described in this privacy statement or as described at the point where you choose to disclose this information.

VISITORS TO OUR OFFICES

Members of staff record visits in our diaries from pre-arranged meetings only.

PERSONNEL

We collect personal data concerning our own personnel as part of the administration management and promotion of our business activities.

OTHERS

We collect personal data when an individual gets in touch with us with a question, comment or feedback (such as name, address and contents of the communication. In these cases, the individual is in control of the personal data shared with us and we only use the data for the purpose of responding to the communication.

RETENTION OF DATA

We retain the personal data processed by us for as long as it is considered necessary for the purpose of contract law statutory limitation period to help prevent fraud and to comply with statutory law for retaining information such as UK tax law (currently 6 years). Your data will be removed from our systems six years from the termination of the account or request for erasure or following a one-year period of inactivity.