a) Byron International is committed to meeting its obligations under the Data Protection Act 1998. Byron International will strive to observe the law in all collection and processing of subject data and will meet any subject access request in compliance with the law. Byron International will only use data in ways relevant to carrying out its legitimate purposes and functions in a way that is not prejudicial to the interests of individuals. Byron International will take due care in the collection and storage of any sensitive data. Byron International staff will do their utmost to keep all data accurate, timely and secure.
b) If you are asked to give personal information by us, such as for example your name, address or phone number, you will be given an opportunity to consent to how your data is used.
We will with your consent use your data for marketing purposes and to provide you with information on our products or services. We will not pass your information to other companies or organisations. Where you supply us your personal information, we will tell you what we plan to do with your information.
c) Byron International employs technical and organizational security measures to protect the personal data you give to us from any deliberate or undeliberate manipulation, loss, destruction or access by unauthorized persons.
e) If you have any queries, requests or complaints on the subject of data protection or would like to opt out of our marketing communications, please do not hesitate to contact us at the address below:
Telephone: 01737 244567
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