Your personal details
If you fill in a form or send an email, your personal details are only used to respond to your query and possibly to do business with you. (That’s it). If 3rd parties are involved (such as developers), they will only be contacted with your permission.
If you choose to subscribe to a newsletter on this site, then your personal details are only used for sending the newsletter to you and improving that newsletter. (Again, that’s it). You may unsubscribe at any time.
You have a right to see your data (and correct it if necessary). If you wish to do this, please use the contact page for your request.
Where is your data stored?
In various secure locations, depending on which application was used to collect it.
When you use this website …
Certain information is collected. It’s anonymised and only used to help improve the website. It cannot be used to identify you.
These are very small text files that help with the anonymous information gathering used to improve the site. You can switch cookies off within your browser settings. More details at www.aboutcookies.org
To help improve the website and make it a better experience for you, Google Analytics (a website statistics tool) is in use.
To help understand Bramble Digital’s audience even more, a feature within Google Analytics for Display Advertising has been switched on. This feature is called Demographics and Interest Reporting. Please note that all the information received through this feature and Analytics in general is anonymized. This means identifying individuals from the information is not possible.
If you don’t wish for this information to be gathered, you can opt-out at the Google Analytics opt-out page.
Bramble Digital and third-party vendors (such as Google) use first-party cookies (such as the Google Analytics cookie) and third-party cookies (such as the DoubleClick cookie) which show how ads and uses of ads and other services interact and relate to visits to this website.
Where cookie technology doesn’t work, such as on mobile devices, then a random string of text characters called an anonymous identifier is used and this works in the same way as a cookie.
If you’d like to learn more, or find out more on opting out, you can obtain this information at Google’s Privacy & Terms page.
If you’d like to know more about data protection, you can read the government’s info pages on the subject here.