We do not electronically harvest or sell Personal Data to third parties. We collect Personal Data from public sources, where it is given to us by the individuals themselves with informed consent, and we may purchase Personal Data from reputable third-party sources. If you decide to contact us by telephone, email, via a web form or by a subscription, we will store and retain the information you choose to provide to us, including Personal Data. We will not share Personal Data with any third parties without your clear consent (which would most likely be an academic institution as part of a specific research project you wish to be involved in).
Generally, the classes of Personal Data we hold about you will be your contact details, your company’s detail and your role. We may also hold other unspecified information about you if you have chosen to tell us about it or the information is publicly available, such as your interests, biographical details and business associations.
Our use of your Personal Data will always have a lawful basis. Generally, that will be because (i) it is necessary for us to comply with our contractual obligations to you or our legal obligations; (ii) you have consented to our use of your Personal Data; or (iii) it is within our legitimate interests.
Specifically, we may use your Personal Data for any of the following purposes:
Responding to your enquiries and developing and maintaining a commercial, academic or philanthropic relationship with you;
Providing and managing your access to and experience on our website;
Supplying our services to you;
Supplying you with emails, sharing news, publications or other materials in respect of which you have actively opted-in;
Market or academic research;
Gathering feedback on any of our services, models, tools and web content which are under development; and
Marketing and sales purposes, which may include contacting you by telephone, post and/or email with information, news, invitations or requests.
All Personal Data is processed and stored securely, for no longer than is necessary consistent with the reason(s) for which it was first collected.
As well as the right to understand how your personal data will be collected and used, you have legal rights to:
See the Personal Data we hold about you;
Require any incorrect information to be corrected;
Require any or all information about you to be deleted (the right to be forgotten);
Object to our use of your Personal Data under the legitimate interest basis, and for direct marketing, academic (scientific) research and statistical purposes;
Restrict or suppress our use of your Personal Data under certain circumstances;
Unsubscribe from or opt out of any previous consent you have given to us.
If you wish to make a request, object, or give an instruction about the Personal Data we hold about you, please email email@example.com, headed Data Request, Data Objection or Data Instruction, which will be dealt with promptly. We will respond using the same email address from which the Data Request, Objection or Instruction was sent, so we recommend that you use a private email platform. Any Personal Data sent to you in response to a Data Request will be encrypted. This may cause the email to become snagged in your spam filter. You can also exercise any of these rights by calling us on +44 (0)20 7550 6333.
We will never disclose Personal Data over the phone. If the type of information you are requesting warrants it, we will only send it by email if we are satisfied as to your identity. Therefore, we may ask you to give us proof of your identity (such as a utility bill or passport image which we will delete after use).
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