As a Registrant and Entrant ("Users") to The No Surrender Charitable Trust (NS) websites www.nosurrender.org and www.no-surrender.org , we have a number of obligations to you with regard to the management of your personal information under the Data Protection Act 1998.
This policy sets out the way in which we will deal with
the information that you provide to allow us to manage your
relationship with NS.
Information collected NS collects personal information from Users for the purposes of:
- setting up and managing your registration
- building up personal profiles and
- providing you with information about NS.
NS will take all reasonable steps to ensure that any information that we hold about you is accurate and current.
If you have any requests concerning your personal information or any queries with regard to our management of your information, please contact us by email to firstname.lastname@example.org with Privacy in the subject box.
Monitoring of Data
All of your data is recorded on our computer systems. We also carry out routine monitoring of all transactions as they take place to assist us in improving the service that we provide to you.
Cookies & Tracking
Transactions carried out on our Internet websites automatically collect information using cookies. A "cookie" is a small piece of information sent by a web server to a web browser, which enables the server to collect information from the browser.
Cookies are used on this site for two purposes, firstly to allow Users to login to the site and to check that your computer is still logged in to the same session while you browse from page to page. While placing a vote information will be temporarily stored in a cookie until the transaction has been completed. This provides a quick and effective service enabling you to get the most out of our products. Various other settings which you have selected, are stored in cookies for a longer duration so that when you return to the site as many of these settings as possible remain the same.
The second purpose for using cookies is to keep track of our user browsing patterns and to build up a demographic profile. This data is totally anonymous and cannot be linked back to one individual. Users can stop the "tracking" cookies by altering the browser's Privacy Settings to block third party cookies (the process you follow to do this will differ from browser to browser). Please note however that if you set the privacy settings on too high a status, this may cause problems when you next login.
Security and Privacy
NS will take all reasonable steps to ensure that Users information is kept securely and protected from unauthorised access.
NS will only disclose personal information to charity
partners, successors in title to our charity and suppliers that are
engaged to process such information on our behalf.