1 DATA PROTECTION
MODU Data Exchange is registered under the Data Protection Act 1998 and aims to comply with that Act in all its dealings with your personal information.
2 MODU DATA EXCHANGE COMPANY
MODU Data Exchange is part of a group of companies. Accordingly, the personal information we hold about you may be made available to any or all of our Group Companies. Some of these Group Companies are established or operate outside the European Economic Area (EEA) and accordingly sharing this information with those companies will involve us transferring your personal information outside the EEA. In this Policy “Group Companies” means our subsidiaries, our holding company and the subsidiaries of our holding company.
3 WHERE WE STORE AND PROCESS YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION
The personal information held about you may be transferred by us, or one of our Group Companies, to third parties with whom we, or they, have contracted to provide to us storage or processing or other similar services. Some of these third parties may be outside the EEA. However, such third-party contractors shall be obliged only to use that personal information in accordance with our instructions and only as necessary to provide the relevant services to us.
3.2 What information we may collect: –
We may collect the following information: Digital demographic information such as location, IP address, browser version and screen resolution.
4 HOW WE USE YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION
4.1 Personal information about you may be used by MODU Data Exchange and its Group Companies in the following ways:-
(a) to contact you to provide you with information about the products and services we offer from time to time;
(If you wish to unsubscribe from receiving such information, you may do so at any time by notifying MODU Data Exchange).
(b) to contact you to provide you with information in relation to those areas of interest that you identified in your Preferences or User Profile web page;
(c) if you have requested information by clicking on a “Register your Interest” button, to contact you to provide you with the information requested and to obtain your preferences for further contact between us;
(d) for the purpose of checking and confirming your password. Such information may include details of your operating system, browser version, mobile device, domain name and internet provider’s address, and details of the website you were using in order to access MODU Data Exchange website or mobile app;
4.2 MODU Data Exchange gathers personal information about your usage of the MODU Data Exchange website to enable it to prepare statistics on website. These statistics may be used by MODU Data Exchange for the following purposes:-
(a) to enable MODU Data Exchange to address issues, pertaining to client satisfaction and value for money;
(b) to enable MODU Data Exchange to provide this information to client companies for their own purposes;
(c) to confirm that the level of use is within the boundaries permitted by its agreements with its subscribers/you; and
(d) to form management decisions regarding the future development of its websites and mobile apps.
5 DISCLOSURE OF YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION
MODU Data Exchange and its Group Companies will not disclose any of your personal information to third parties except as follows:
5.1 To third parties who are providing services to MODU Data Exchange and who require to have such information for that purpose. This includes for example the third party service providers referred to in Section 3 of this Policy above. It also includes other processors, for example where you choose to order certain maps or reports from MODU Data Exchange, we require to provide your name, address and payment details to our third party processors in order to facilitate the delivery of those maps and/or reports;
5.2 To the prospective buyer of any MODU Data Exchange business or assets which we are considering selling;
5.3 To the purchaser of the assets of MODU Data Exchange or any MODU Data Exchange Group Company if those assets are sold; or
5.4 As may be required to comply with law or for the purposes of fraud protection or credit risk reduction.
A “cookie” is software that can be sent to and stored in a user’s PC by a website which the user visits and which collects information about the user. The cookies Cookies are simple text files which may be placed on your PC or mobile device when you first visit a public area of the MODU Data Exchange website or page. The cookie will help the website to recognise your device the next time you visit.
Which cookies do we use?
(a) Essential cookies: Some cookies are strictly necessary for the operation of our website and provide users access to our content.
(b) Performance cookies: Certain cookies analyse how our visitors use our website and we use this information to help improve its performance.
(c) Identification cookies: User and Session identification cookies allow us to identify returning visitors and reference activity to a single session.
If you wish at any time to prevent MODU Data Exchange using any of the cookies used on this website, then you may switch off such access through your browser. However you should be aware that if you switch off any of the essential cookies, you will not be able to use that part of the website for which that cookie is essential.
MODU Data Exchange has put in place appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect the security of information it collects and stores about you, and will use its reasonable endeavors to protect your personal data from unauthorized disclosure and/or access including through the use of network and database security measures. However, it cannot guarantee the security of any data it collects and stores.
Where MODU Data Exchange website or mobile app provides links to other websites or apps, it is not responsible for such other websites or their privacy policies, and you should check the privacy policies of such other websites or apps if you have any concerns about them.
9 RIGHT OF ACCESS
Under the Data Protection Act 1998, you have the right to request, in writing, access to any personal information or details which MODU Data Exchange holds about you. MODU Data Exchange shall comply with your request, in accordance with its obligations under the Act, provided you have paid MODU Data Exchange the necessary access fee and MODU Data Exchange is satisfied as to your identity.
10 LEGAL OBLIGATIONS
MODU Data Exchange may have obligations under certain legislation to check the identity of users of its website and mobile app and in such circumstances, it may need to make enquiries and obtain information from you for that purpose. You confirm that all information you supply to MODU Data Exchange will be accurate and you accept and agree that MODU Data Exchange may pass on such information as it considers necessary to comply with any legal/reporting obligations it has or may have from time to time.
11 CHANGE TO THE POLICY
MODU Data Exchange may from time to time post changes to the Policy. In such instances, MODU Data Exchange will post such changes on this page of its website and mobile app and MODU Data Exchange would invite you to review this Policy from time to time in order to keep abreast of any changes to it.
12 CHANGE TO PERSONAL INFORMATION
If at any time you believe that the personal information held by MODU Data Exchange about you is incorrect or out of date, please provide MODU Data Exchange with your correct details by accessing and correcting the personal data appearing on your Preferences or User Profile page of MODU Data Exchange website and by contacting MODU Data Exchange.
13 FURTHER INFORMATION
For further information on the Policy contact the following:-
Andrew Pope of MODU Data Exchange Limited located at
Unit 15, 33 Malcom Street, West Perth, Western Australia, 6005
Telephone: 0 400 662 737
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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