TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR WEBSITE USAGE
The Information Contained In This Website Is For General Information Purposes Only. The Information Is Provided By The Surrey Cancer Research Institute and is the opinion of the person who wrote it. While We Endeavour To Keep The Information Up To Date And Correct, We Make No Representations Or Warranties Of Any Kind, Express Or Implied, About The Completeness, Accuracy, Reliability, Suitability Or Availability With Respect To The Website Or The Information, Products, Services, Or Related Graphics Contained On The Website For Any Purpose. Any Reliance You Place On Such Information Is Therefore Strictly At Your Own Risk. In No Event Will We Be Liable For Any Loss Or Damage Including Without Limitation, Indirect Or Consequential Loss Or Damage, Or Any Loss Or Damage Whatsoever Arising From Loss Of Data Or Profits Arising Out Of, Or In Connection With, The Use Of This Website. Through This Website You Are Able To Link To Other Websites Which Are Not Under The Control Of The Surrey Cancer Research Institute. We Have No Control Over The Nature, Content And Availability Of Those Sites. The Inclusion Of Any Links Does Not Necessarily Imply A Recommendation Or Endorse The Views Expressed Within Them. Every Effort Is Made To Keep The Website Up And Running Smoothly. However, The Surrey Cancer Research Institute Takes No Responsibility For, And Will Not Be Liable For, The Website Being Temporarily Unavailable Due To Technical Issues Beyond Our Control.
WHAT WE COLLECT
We May Collect The Following Information: Name Contact Information Including Email Address Demographic Information Such As Postcode Other Information Relevant To Customer Surveys And/Or Offers
WHAT WE DO WITH THE INFORMATION WE GATHER
We Require This Information To Understand Your Needs And Provide You With A Better Service, And In Particular For The Following Reasons: Internal Record Keeping. We May Use The Information To Improve Our Products And Services. We May Periodically Send Promotional Emails About New Products, Special Offers Or Other Information Which We Think You May Find Interesting Using The Email Address Which You Have Provided. From Time To Time, We May Also Use Your Information To Contact You For Market Research Purposes. We May Contact You By Email, Phone, Fax Or Mail. We May Use The Information To Customise The Website According To Your Interests.
We Are Committed To Ensuring That Your Information Is Secure. In Order To Prevent Unauthorised Access Or Disclosure, We Have Put In Place Suitable Physical, Electronic And Managerial Procedures To Safeguard And Secure The Information We Collect Online.
LINKS TO OTHER WEBSITES
Our Website May Contain Links To Other Websites Of Interest. However, Once You Have Used These Links To Leave Our Site, You Should Note That We Do Not Have Any Control Over That Other Website. Therefore, We Cannot Be Responsible For The Protection And Privacy Of Any Information Which You Provide Whilst Visiting Such Sites And Such Sites Are Not Governed By This Privacy Statement. You Should Exercise Caution And Look At The Privacy Statement Applicable To The Website In Question.
CONTROLLING YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION
You May Choose To Restrict The Collection Or Use Of Your Personal Information In The Following Ways: Whenever You Are Asked To Fill In A Form On The Website, Look For The Box That You Can Click To Indicate That You Do Not Want The Information To Be Used By Anybody For Direct Marketing Purposes If You Have Previously Agreed To Us Using Your Personal Information For Direct Marketing Purposes, You May Change Your Mind At Any Time By Writing To Or Emailing Us At email@example.com We Will Not Sell, Distribute Or Lease Your Personal Information To Third Parties Unless We Have Your Permission Or Are Required By Law To Do So. We May Use Your Personal Information To Send You Promotional Information About Third Parties Which We Think You May Find Interesting If You Tell Us That You Wish This To Happen. You May Request Details Of Personal Information Which We Hold About You Under The Data Protection Act 1998. A Small Fee Will Be Payable. If You Would Like A Copy Of The Information Held On You Please Write To firstname.lastname@example.org If You Believe That Any Information We Are Holding On You Is Incorrect Or Incomplete, Please Write To Or Email Us As Soon As Possible At The Above Address. We Will Promptly Correct Any Information Found To Be Incorrect.
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Privacy Notice: How we handle your data The Surrey Cancer Research Institute in the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences is part of the University of Surrey. We are registered as a data controller with the Information Commissioner’s Office and are committed to ensuring that the personal data we process is handled in accordance with data protection legislation. We have a named Data Protection Officer, James Newby, who can be contacted via email@example.com What information do we collect from you? The Surrey Cancer Research Institute collects and processes the following data about people it keeps on its mailing list: Name and address Name of Company Email address (if provided) Other – such as what conferences or seminars you have enquired about or registered on, dietary requirements if stated. We only collect the data we need and keep that data up to date. We have this data about you on our mailing list because you provided it when making an enquiry, booking for an event or completing one of our questionnaires. Why do we collect this information? The University collects only the data we need and we keep the data up to date and only for as long as it is needed. We collect your personal data in order to… send you information about future seminars or conferencesthat you or your team may be interested in We do not use the data we collect to make decisions about individuals or to analyse information on an individual level. We take our obligations for data handling very seriously and it is therefore important for you to know that the lawful basis for us processing your information is that processing is necessary for the legitimate interests of the data controller and does not conflict with the rights and freedoms of data subjects. Some data processing (see below) may also occur with the consent of data subjects. What do we do with your information? We collect the data about you from forms completed or emails that you have sent when signing up for a meeting or conference. The data is then kept in a database and used to contact individuals to achieve the purposes listed above. How long do we keep your information? We keep your personal data in accordance with the University’s retention schedules. This means that your data is kept for a maximum of 7 years. Who do we share your information with? We may share your personal data under the following circumstances: Where, with the delegate’s permission prior to a seminar or conference, background information on the delegate is shared with an internal or external lecturer specific to a subject area. The sort of information shared for example is, what level of experience the delegate has in relation to the conference he/she is booked on. Any relevant company information or work that the delegate is participating in where the conference may benefit them. It is the delegate’s choice as whether to provide this information and the amount of information he/she chooses to provide. Your data will not be shared with any external organisation unless in the circumstances above. What rights do you have in relation to the way we process your data? You can find detailed information about your rights as a data subject on the University’s webpage. https://www.surrey.ac.uk/information-management/data-protection/staff-privacy-notice You have the right to ask us to confirm that your personal data is being processed and to access (i.e. have a copy) of that data as well as to be provided with supplemental information about the processing. Where the data we hold on you is inaccurate, you may request that we rectify these inaccuracies. You have the right to have your data erased by us, although in certain circumstances we may not be able to do this. The circumstances where this applies can be found in the data subject rights information on the University’s webpage. Each time we send you information regarding seminars you will have the right to opt out of receiving information and your database record will be amended and you will no longer receive information from us.