Privacy Policy

Introduction

Personal information collected from users who visit our website at www.aica-adjudication.co.uk (the “Site”), or otherwise share personal information with us is outlined in this Privacy Policy (collectively: ” Users “).

Grounds for data collection

In order to fulfil our contract agreements to you and to provide you with our services, protect our vital interests, and comply with legal and financial statutory requirements to which we are subject, we must process your personal information (meaning, any information that may potentially allow your identification with reasonable means; hereinafter ” Personal Information “).

We may collect, store and use your Personal Information in accordance with this Privacy Policy when you use the Site.

Please read the Privacy Policy and use it as a guide when making decisions about your personal information.

What data do we gather?

Users provide us with two sorts of information and data.

“Non-personal Information” refers to information that does not identify you as an individual, but which may be collected or made public by your use of the Site. A User’s identity is unknown to us, and we do not have access to their Non-personal Information. In order to improve the performance of our Site, we may collect non-personal information such as your aggregated use data and technical information supplied by your device (e.g. the type of browser and operating system you use, language preference, access time, etc.). In addition, we may keep track of the things you do on the Site (e.g. pages viewed, online browsing, clicks, actions, etc.).

It’s the second type of data you’ll need. Individually identifiable information, or information that may be used to identify an individual, is referred to as Personal Information. As an example, the following is included:

  • Personal Information from your device is collected by us. Among the types of information collected are your IP address, MAC address, and UUID, as well as information about your movements around the Site.
  • When you sign up for an account on our site, you’ll be asked for your full name, e-mail address, and other personal information.

How do we receive information about you?

We get your Personal Data from a variety of sources, including:

  • As part of the process of registering on our site, you give us permission to access and use your personal information.
  • When you use or visit our website in connection with our services;
  • Services and public records provided by third parties (for example, traffic analytics vendors).

What data do we gather?

Except as stated in this Privacy Policy, we do not rent, sell, or exchange Users’ personal information with third parties.

The following are some potential use for the data we collect:

  • Keeping in touch with you – giving you alerts about our services, providing you with technical information, and responding to any customer support issues you may have.
  • You’ll be notified if we have new products or services to share with you;.
  • You may read more about this under “Advertisements” on our site.
  • To promote our websites and products (see “Marketing” for additional information), and
  • Data collection and analysis, with the goal of improving the Site.

As a further option, we may share Personal Information with our subsidiaries, affiliates or other third-party service providers.

This Privacy Policy does not cover all of the uses for which we may share Personal Information with our trusted third-party partners, which may be situated in different countries throughout the world.

  • Our website’s hosting and operation;
  • Personalizing your experience on our site and giving you with access to our services;
  • to store, handle, and manage this data on our behalf;
  • In return, we’ll provide you with commercials and utilise your feedback to improve our advertising efforts.
  • contacting you with offers and materials pertaining to our website and our products and services;
  • Analyzing data, doing research, or conducting technical diagnostics

Additionally, we may share information if we feel that doing so is in the best interests of:

  • Adhere to all applicable laws, regulations, and legal processes;
  • Investigate any suspected breaches of our policies, including our Agreement;
  • conduct or assist in the investigation of unlawful or other misconduct, as well as the detection, prevention, and/or resolution of suspected fraud or security concerns
  • our right to defend ourselves against legal claims;
  • safeguard the rights and property of us and our users as well as you and any third parties;
  • We may collaborate with law enforcement agencies and/or enforce intellectual property rights if we believe it is essential to do so.

User Rights

You can ask for it if you’d like:

  • Access your saved personal information, as well as other information, to verify whether or not your personal information is being processed.
  • Receive a structured, commonly used, and machine-readable copy of the personal information you voluntarily provide to us.
  • You can ask us to correct any personal information we have on you.
  • Make a request to have your personal data deleted.
  • You have the right to object to our use of your personal information.
  • You may ask that we not use or use your personal information in certain ways.
  • Make a formal complaint to a higher authority.

Please be aware, however, that these rights are not unqualified, and that they might be subject about our own legitimate rights and regulatory restrictions in the future.

Please contact our Data Protection Officer (“DPO”) using the information provided below if you wish to exercise any of the aforementioned rights or obtain additional information:

125 Bootham Crescent, Ripple, CT, 14 8QE (telephone). Thanks for calling.
077 6486 4354 is the phone number
For further information, please contact us by email at info@aica-adjudication.com

Retention

In order to provide you with our services and to comply with legal responsibilities, to settle disputes, and to enforce our rules, we will keep your personal information for as long as required. The length of time that information should be kept depends on the type of data obtained and the purpose for which it was acquired, as well as the necessity to get rid of old, unneeded data as soon as possible. In accordance with relevant laws and regulations, we shall preserve records of client personal data, account opening paperwork, communications, and anything else as required by applicable laws and regulations.

We reserve the right to update, correct, or delete any incomplete or incorrect information at any time.

Cookies

For example, when you visit or use our Site, we employ cookies and other technologies from our trusted partners.

This little bit of information, known as a “cookie,” is assigned by a website to your device when you visit a certain site. Cookies are incredibly useful and may be put to a wide variety of different ends. Allowing you to easily navigate between sites, enabling automatic activation of particular features, and storing your preferences are just a few examples of these reasons. Additionally, cookies are employed in order to guarantee that the adverts you view are tailored to your specific interests and to accumulate statistical data on your usage of our Services.

The following cookie types are utilised by this website:

  •  ‘session cookies’ that remain on your device for an extended period of time, but are removed as soon as you close your browser.
  •  “persistent cookies,” which are cookies that remain on your computer after you shut your browser and can only be read by the Site. In the event that you return to our site, we utilise these cookies so that we can remember your preferences for the next time you log in.
  • “Third party cookies,” which are those placed by other online services on the page you’re viewing, such as those used by third-party analytics businesses to track and evaluate our web usage.

Our Personal Information may be connected to data stored in and retrieved from cookies, but cookies themselves do not contain any personal information. Some elements of our Site may not function correctly if you opt to disable cookies, and your online experience may be limited if you follow the directions of your device choices.

To learn more about how you interact with the Site, we employ a programme called “Google Analytics.” Among the data that Google Analytics gathers is the frequency with which visitors enter the site, the pages they browse while they’re there, and other similar things. The data we get from Google Analytics is solely used to enhance our website and its offerings. Google Analytics does not gather any personal information about you other than your IP address and the date and time of your visits to websites. Google Analytics data is not linked to any personally identifiable information on our site. The Google Analytics Terms of Use and Privacy Policy prohibit Google’s ability to use and distribute information about your visits to this site gathered by Google Analytics

Third party collection of information

Only the information we obtain from you is covered by this policy. It’s possible that different restrictions will apply if you share your information with third parties or sites on the internet. You should thus read the terms and conditions and privacy policies of any third parties to which you choose to provide information.

To the activities of organisations that we do not own or control, or to persons we do not employ or manage, including any third parties to which we may share information, this Privacy Policy does not apply.

How do we safeguard your information?

You can be certain that your personal information is safe and secure with us. That part of our Privacy Policy, we require any third parties that we contract with to adhere to the same standards of security as we do, and we expect them to do so as well. No guarantee is given that unauthorised access or misuse of our site will be prevented, even if we take reasonable measures to keep information secure. We make no explicit, implied, or other warranties that we will be able to prevent such access.

Transfer of data outside the EEA

It is important to keep in mind that some beneficiaries may be outside the European Economic Area. Such instances necessitate that we either engage into formal agreements guaranteeing acceptable levels of data protection or only send your information to countries that have been recognised by the European Commission.

Advertisements

Ads may be served by a third-party advertising technology if you use the Site. Ads are served to you based on your usage of the Services using this technology (e.g., by placing third-party cookies on your web browser).

The Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) and the Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) allow you to opt out of various third-party ad networks (“DAA”). The NAI and DAA members’ respective websites can provide you with further details about this practise, as well as your options for opting out of third-party ad networks managed by NAI and DAA members, such as how to do so. Alternatively, you can contact the NAI and DAA members directly.

Marketing

With your permission, we may use your Personal Information to send you promotional materials about our services that we feel may be of interest to you. We may do this either directly or through our third party subcontractors.

In order to protect your privacy, we include a way for you to opt out of getting future marketing offers in any of our marketing mailings. Your email or phone number will no longer be included in our marketing distribution lists once you unsubscribe.

There are times when we may not provide you the option to opt out of getting e-mails from us even though we’ve removed you from our marketing list. Please be aware. Customer service announcements or administrative communications may fall under this category.

Corporate transaction

The possibility exists that we could divulge information in the case of a business merger or acquisition (e.g. sale of a substantial part of our business, merger, consolidation or asset sale). For example, the transferee or acquirer shall undertake the rights and responsibilities set out in this Privacy Policy if such a transfer or acquisition occurs.

Minors

Children’s privacy is extremely important in an online context, and we take this issue very seriously. Children are not the intended audience for this website. We do not allow children to use our services unless they have the permission of a parent or legal guardian. No minors’ personal information will be gathered by our company. Please contact us at info@aica-adjudication.com if a legal guardian becomes aware of his or her kid has given us with Personal Information without their consent.

Updates or amendments to this Privacy Policy

We reserve the right to make major changes to this Privacy Policy at any time and will notify you of any such alterations as soon as they are posted. “Last modified” will show the most recent revision. Your continued use of the Platform following our announcement of such changes on our website represents your acknowledgement and assent to such Privacy Policy modifications and your agreement to be governed by the terms of such revisions’ terms and conditions’

How to contact us

You can contact us at info@aica-adjudication.com if you have any questions regarding the Site or how we utilise your information.

125 Bootham Crescent, Ripple, CT, 14 8QE (telephone). Thanks for calling.
The phone number is 077 6486 4354.
For further information, please contact us by email at info@aica-adjudication.com

Last Updated: September 20th, 2019