The Where’s The Line website is a service operated and promoted d2Digital By Design Limited.
If you have any questions or comments about these terms and conditions, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In these Terms & Conditions we will use certain words in the following way:
- "us", "we" and "our" refers to d2 Digital By Design Ltd
- The "Service" describes the website, wherestheline.co.uk and any associated resources on the website.
- "You" and "users" refers to you, a person who engages with the Service.
- "Data" refers to any personal information that is entered by you while using the Service.
This agreement applies to all users. By visiting our website and using the Service we provide, you understand and agree to accept the terms and conditions below.
- You are accountable for using the resources responsibly within the setting of your choice.
- Your account must be linked to a verifiable email address.
- Although we try our hardest, we do not guarantee it will meet your exact requirements, be available 100% of the time or be entirely bug free.
- Uploading any viruses, executable files or other suspicious files is forbidden and may result in immediate account termination without notice.
- We reserve the right to remove any information which we consider to be unlawful, offensive, threatening, libelous, defamatory, pornographic or otherwise objectionable.
We also reserve the right to remove any information which violates the intellectual property of a third party. We reserve the right to remove the account of the offending user without notice.
Once submitted, we will not share your personal information with any other party. We are committed to protecting your privacy and security at all times. Whenever you provide personal information, we will treat that information with confidence in accordance with this policy, current UK Data Protection legislation and Internet best practice.
By submitting your information, you consent to the processing and transfer of your information. We recognise that;
- All users of the site have a right to expect that information given will be treated in confidence and used only for the purpose it was given and will not be released to others without their consent.
- From time to time, we will use your data to contact you about information related to Where’s The Line to ensure you are up to date with recent knowledge surrounding this Service.
- We will generate reports regarding website use; when compiling and producing these reports individual names and information will be removed from the datasets and therefore anonymised.
- Only in exceptional circumstances can the duty of confidentiality be breached: for example, where there is an overriding sense of duty to society to do so, such as where required by due legal process.
- We are registered in accordance and seeks to comply with the UK Data Protection Act 1998.
- The internet is not a totally secure medium and you agree that we shall not be responsible for any unauthorised use, distribution, damage or destruction of personal data, except to the extent we are required to accept responsibility by The Data Protection Act 1998.We never sell your details to anyone else. If we wish to use your personal information for an additional purpose other than generation of reports or contacting you about the promotional walks and competitions, we will always ask you to agree at the point of collection. If you have already supplied us with personal information, you can change your instructions at any time.
- Regular data backups are taken and all data is stored in a UK data centre.
I. COLLECTION OF INFORMATION
By completing registration, we will collect and store the following information about you:
- contact information, such as full name and email address;
- username and password;
- user communications, feedback, suggestions and ideas sent to us, and;
- information that you provide to us when you contact or engage with us for support regarding the Service.
II. USE OF INFORMATION
We will use the information that we collect to provide, develop and improve the Service. Examples of such use include:
- accurately measuring activity logged through the Service, such as use of resources;
- communicating with you regarding your use of the Service and any associated updates;
- enhancing the security and safety of the Service;
- personalising your experiences as part of the Service, for a better user experience;
- developing new tools and products for the Service;
- conducting data and system analytics, including overall use of and engagement with the Service and research to improve the Service. In these circumstances, we will use anonymised/aggregated data.