Your privacy is important to us
This notice informs you how we use the information you give us and how we protect your privacy. It also explains your rights under the UK Data Protection Act (update 2018) and the EU General Data Protection Regulations 2018. We abide by UK Law and our data protection regulator within the UK is the Information Commissioners Office (details below).
Collecting of and purpose for your information
We offer digital transcription services for our clients. To provide such services, we may need to collect personal data such as name, address, phone and email details.
Your information may be used to introduce you to the services we offer, to help with ongoing administration, in pursuance of a contract, to contact you with any review or changes that are applicable, for our own business research and analysis and to let you know about information we feel is relevant.
Withholding of the required data may result in an insufficient service being provided.
We may obtain data from individual customers or from employer firms.
Sharing your data
We may share your personal data with the following organisations:
- Regulated bodies as required.
- Business partners, suppliers and sub-contractors for the performance of any contract we enter into with them.
We may verify your identity by searching publicly available records. We will not sell or share your information with any other third parties unless we have obtained additional consent from you.
Your rights regarding your data
- We will not hold your information for any longer than is necessary and as a maximum no longer than 5 years after you have terminated as a client of our firm unless there is a lawful basis for retention.
- Should your data be inaccurate we will rectify this without delay.
- Should you wish us to delete your data at any point, please contact the office as shown further below to make the request. This will be actioned unless there is a lawful basis for us to retain the information in which case you will be advised accordingly.
- Should you wish to transfer your data to another organisation, please contact the office as below and we will organise this for you.
- You can request access to your data at any time. We will provide you with a full copy within one month of your request.
- You can withdraw consent to us holding and processing your information at any time. Please contact the office as below should you wish to do this.
- We may provide you with updates and bulletins which are appropriate to your service on an ongoing basis. You can opt out of these should you wish to – contact us and advise us if you wish to.
We have in place a full data protection policy. We take data security very seriously and have in place we feel the most secure options available to store and transfer your data securely. We can provide details on request.
Our contact details
Should you wish to contact us in relation to any issues within this notice, please contact:
Tracey Rowe, Data Protection Officer, itypelive, 90 Carshalton Road, Norwich, NR1 3BB. Call 07824 628 124 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Your enquiry will be responded to as promptly as possible.
Your right to complain
Should you wish to make a complaint in relation to data protection issues relating to our firm, you can contact us as above or you can contact our regulator as follows:
The Information Commissioner’s Office
Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire, SK9 5AF
Tel: 0303 123 1113 (local rate) or 01625 545 745 if you prefer to use a national rate number
We are required under the Regulations to obtain your consent to our collection, processing, sharing and holding of your personal data. Please ensure you have read this notice fully and accept all that it contains. If you have any queries, please contact us directly. Please contact us should you not be able to read or understand this notice sufficiently.
We make no attempt to identify individual users through use of this website. Nor will we make any attempt to track or identify individual users, except where there is a reasonable suspicion that unauthorised access to systems is being attempted or abusive content is being left within our site. We will not give information about you to anyone except for law enforcement agencies involved in fraud prevention and detection if we have a duty to do so.
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Logging in and out of the website and to remember your associated settings
Allowing you to share pages with social networks like Facebook
Letting us know about any problems with the website
Helping us to understand how people use our website
Collect any personally identifiable or sensitive information
Pass personally identifiable or sensitive data to any third parties
Cookies are classified as two types:
Essential – required for the website to run, used for logins and necessary functions
Optional – can be opted in or out, mainly used for anonymous statistics
Any cookies that may be used by this website are used either solely on a per session basis or to maintain user preferences. Cookies are not shared with any third parties.
You can learn more about all the cookies we use below.
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More about our Cookies
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