uses and stores personal information and the possible consequences for you. This
policy applies to the Tony Houghton's website. Use of the word ‘we’, ‘our’ and ‘us’
in the policy refer to Tony Houghton's website as specified here.
Tony Houghton's website’s commitment: Tony Houghton's website commits to treat personal
information you give us in confidence and in a way that conforms with our obligations
under the Data Protection Act (1998). The information we collect about you helps
us understand more about how our site is used and enables us to send you communications,
electronic and other, about Tony Houghton's website and its work and services which
may interest you. However we will always offer opt-ins or opt-outs with respect to
you receiving current or future communications.
Data Protection registration: For any queries concerning our policy go to the ‘contact
us’ page and either e-mail or telephone the head office during normal office hours.
Information collected: in some parts of the web site including forms for sign ups,
orders, email messaging and surveys we collect personal data such as name, address,
telephone number and email address. We shall use this information to improve our
service to you and for the purposes to which you have given permission for use. As
appropriate we will explain why information is being collected. You may be asked
to ‘opt-in’ to receive future communications or to tick a box if you do not wish
to receive further communications (opt-out). Should you be asked about sensitive
personal data such as religious affiliation, your prior consent will be sought and
we shall explain the reason for collecting such information.
Site visit information: In order to improve our web site and better meet your needs,
we track visitor information such as time and pages viewed. However such data is
immediately disconnected from your personal information. Only aggregate annonymised
data is stored and used for report purposes.
Third party use: Tony Houghton's website’s policy is not to sell, hire or pass on
to third party organisations your personal data. However, from time to time, we
may share your data with our associate service providers in order to fulfil the services
that you have requested, for example receiving our newsletter. Such agents are bound
by our data handling policy and to comply with legal privacy obligations under the
Data Protection Act (1998).
Accuracy and Validation of your Personal Data: Please contact us if at any time the
details we use to communicate with you change or are in error so that we can correct
your record. You may at anytime request a copy of the personal details which we
hold in store. Write to the ‘Data Controller’ at Tony Houghton's website’s head
office (see ‘contact us’) along with a cheque for £10 made out to Tony Houghton's
website to cover processing costs along with proof of your identity (photocopy of
passport or UK driver’s license). We will reply within 40 days of receiving your
letter, cheque and proof of identity.
Data Security: Tony Houghton's website makes every effort to engage high levels of
electronic, physical and organisational security concerning collection, storage and
disclosure of your personal data. All payments by credit card over the internet
are processed through a secure server by PayPal on our behalf. All communication
between the donor and PayPal is encrypted to the maximum strength supported by the
donor’s browser using TSL or SSL (Secure Socket Layer) security. PayPal is an eBay
company and states on its website through which your transaction is processed:
“Security is of critical importance at PayPal. We use proprietary technology - and
constantly innovate - to help ensure your transactions are safe. In addition, PayPal
and eBay have over 1000 people worldwide dedicated to keeping PayPal accounts safe,
and stopping online criminals.”
Nevertheless we all recognise that the internet carries risks. Whilst Tony Houghton's
website takes all reasonable efforts to render information sent to us secure, we
cannot warrant security of information transmitted to us through the internet. The
risk is ultimately yours.
you with a more personalised service when you visit our website. A cookie is a string
of information that is delivered to your computer’s hard disk through your web browser
so that the Tony Houghton's website site can remember who you are. The cookie will
normally contain the name of the domain from which the cookie has come for the life
of the cookie and a value which is normally a random generated number sequence. You
cannot be identified solely from the cookie.
Two types of cookie are used: per session and persistent. The temporary per session
cookie remains in the file of your browser until you leave the site. The persistent
cookie stays as long as its lifetime. Usually such cookies store state information
between visits to a site. They permit customisation of, for example, log-ins so
that you do not have to repeat information supply every time you visit password restricted
parts of the site.
cookie is received. However some of the interactive features of the site may be
impaired if you switch off cookie receipt.
Google Analytics: We use Google Analytics on our website. Google Analytics creates
a cookie to enable us to evaluate your use of our websites and create reports on
the use and activity on the site.
To opt out of being tracked by Google Analytics across all websites, you can also
download a tool provided by Google.
Conditions for use of Tony Houghton's website’s web site. Your use of the site confers
to review Terms and Conditions.