jbj TECHNIQUES LTD
Introduction – how we use your information
jbj Techniques Limited (‘jbj’) takes the privacy of its ‘Users’ (defined as any person who is a reader, accesses jbj website, or is a customer or client) very seriously and is committed to safeguarding their privacy and their personal information.
The jbj website contains hyperlinks to websites owned and operated by third parties and these websites will have their own privacy notices and jbj encourage users to review them. jbj does not accept any responsibility or liability for the practices of such third party websites and users should read carefully their privacy statements. jbj understands that some communications may be relevant to users and others are not and some unsolicited communications are unwelcome, so it is fully committed to ensuring that the rights and obligations set out in the Data Protection Act 1998 and the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2003, as amended 2011, are respected.
Personal information collected
jbj will ask for limited personal information when users register to receive a service from the jbj website, such as a newsletter or take part in a competition or survey, or book a place at an event. jbj will also collect personal information from users when they register for one of its publications or when users communicate over the telephone or via written correspondence. This can include information such as name, job title, postal address, telephone or mobile number, fax number, email address. The information collected will vary depending on the webpage, but only by supplying this data, is jbj able to provide users with the services requested.
How the information is used
The personal information may be used for a number of purposes including the following:
» To carry out jbj’s obligations arising from user’s registration or request.
» For market research surveys/analysis.
» For generic, anonymous tracking, to create general website statistics for analysis.
» User specific tracking to count page views of advertisers’ information enhancements. Individuals selecting such
information may be identified to the associated advertiser as interested viewers.
» To create a user online community.
» To comply with any legal or regulatory requirements.
» Planning and managing FML’s business activities by understanding aggregated analysis on behaviour and habits.
» To provide users with other FML information, products or services, which it feels may interest them.
» Selected third parties will be permitted to use the data to provide users with information about goods and services,
which may be of interest.
jbj may also disclose user’s personal information to any member of the organisation that is jbj Techniques Limited.
Disclosure of information
jbj may disclose user’s personal data where it believes it is compelled to do so by law. Occasionally, jbj may share contact information with carefully selected third party companies whose products and services it feels may be of interest. jbj will keep these offers relevant to user’s interests. All will contain an easy method to unsubscribe from any email or mobile messages no longer wanted.
jbj use a number of partner organisations to help provide a service to customers (e.g. fulfilment bureaus, subscription bureaus, mailing houses). These organisations act as data processors and sign a confidentiality agreement with jbj to ensure that they can control how they use personal data. Some of jbj’s partners may be located outside the European Economic Area (EEA). Countries outside the EEA may not be required to protect personal information as stringently as countries inside.
User rights and access to information.
Under the Data Protection Act 1998 users have the right to request a copy of the personal information held about them. This right of access can be exercised in accordance with the Act. Any access may be subject to an administration fee of £10 to meet jbj’s costs.
If any of the personal information held by jbj is incorrect, then please get in touch using the contact details below and it will updated as soon as practically possible.
Cookies and your privacy
A cookie is a small file, which is placed on a user’s device when they visit a website or open certain emails. A cookie itself does not contain or collect personally identifiable information. Cookies are used for the following purposes:
Identifying users when they sign into a website, allowing them to see a customised version and therefore eliminating the need to re-enter their log-in details.
Tracking use of the jbj website to better develop them in the future.
To speed up searches.
How do I opt out of the various activities?
If you do not wish to receive certain types of communication, just let us know. When you register for any of our publications, you will be given the opportunity to opt out from all third party communications. Any marketing communications you do subsequently receive from us will always include a clear, simple method to ‘opt-out’ of future communications. This can be at various levels e.g. If you don’t wish to receive any communications at all, we can stop everything - just let us know (using the contact details below). If you just want communications on certain subject areas stopped, again just let us know (use the contact details below). Alternatively you can simply block messages specific third parties by using the option contained within all communications.
The Telephone Preference Service (TPS) and the Mailing Preference Service (MPS) offer consumers protection against unsolicited marketing contact. If you are registered on either service, jbj will assume that your subsequent submission of personal data means that you have consented to receive marketing from us, unless otherwise instructed.
jbj Techniques Limited
Holmethorpe Industrial Estate