Visitor's Guide to Milford
We may change this policy from time to time by updating this page. You should check this page regularly to ensure that you are happy with any changes. This policy is effective from May 2018.
If you reside in certain territories, including the EU, you have a number of rights in relation to your personal information. While some of these rights apply generally, certain rights apply only in certain limited cases. I describe these rights below:
Access. You may have the right to access and receive a copy of the personal information I hold about you by contacting me using the contact information below.
Change, restrict, delete. You may also have rights to change, restrict my use of, or delete your personal information. Absent exceptional circumstances (like where I am required to store data for legal reasons) I will generally delete your personal information upon request.
Object. You can object to (i) my processing of some of your information based on my legitimate interests and (ii) receiving marketing messages from me after providing your express consent to receive them. In such cases, I will delete your personal information unless I have compelling and legitimate grounds to continue using that information or if it is needed for legal reasons.
Complain. If you reside in the EU and wish to raise a concern about my use of your information (and without prejudice to any other rights you may have), you have the right to do so with your local data protection authority.
How to Contact Me
For purposes of EU data protection law, I am the data controller of your personal information. If you have any questions or concerns, you may contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Use of "Cookies"
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer's hard drive via your web browser, allowing us to ensure that we understand how our website is being used and to enable us to improve your experience whilst on our website as well as providing you with the ability to interact with relevant social applications like Facebook.
Cookies cannot be used to run programs or deliver viruses to your computer. Cookies identify a computer rather than an individual, unless you have knowingly provided us with personal information. The very few cookies that we use on this website are classed as "persistent cookies" in that they will remain on your system after you close your web browser, so that you are recognized when you return to the website. You can very easily delete the cookies by going to the options section of your web browser or alternatively go to the "Help" section and type "deleting cookies" for instructions.
Most Web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can change your browser settings to prevent this. The "Help" section of most browsers will tell you how to prevent your browser from accepting new cookies, how to have the browser notify you when you receive a new cookie, or how to disable cookies altogether. For more information about cookies and how to stop cookies being installed or how to delete existing cookies from your hard drive visit the following website: http://www.allaboutcookies.org.
On this website, the following cookies are used:
By Google Analytics (we use this industry standard package to monitor visitor trends)
These cookies do not collect any personal information and cannot harm your computer - they basically assign you an ID which lets us see information like how often you visit the website, how long you stay etc.
By Facebook (to allow you to share content easily if you wish to do so)
Website Development Company
Affliate Links (Please also see our affliate disclosure at: https://paidforadvertising.co.uk/)
We use a third party Affliate Marketing Website (awin.com) in order to earn commision through any purchases made through affliate links in this website. Please see how they manage data privacy below:
Affiliate Marketing Networks
If someone clicks on an affiliate link, they may notice additional information in the website address; e.g. awin1.com. This information will briefly show in the address bar before arriving at the retailer’s site. This is called the domain of an affiliate network, an intermediary company who manage the relationship between the website and retailer.
Sales that result from consumers clicking on affiliate links are recorded, and the network securely provides encrypted details of which websites generated those clicks and sales to the retailer. The encryption process means the data does not contain anything that can personally identify you, and affiliate links do not capture personal data unless that data is specifically requested and entered by the consumer, such as an enquiry for double glazing or a holiday brochure. The link may capture the IP address of the computer used which can show the customer location.
If you are concerned about how affiliate marketing is being used on a website that you have visited please email us: email@example.com