handle personal data which you provide to us while using the website
located at https://northatlas.co.uk (“Site”) and/or the services provided
from the Site (“Service’). The Site, together with all the content on the
Site, is owned or controlled by North Atlas, 0/2 22 Waverley Gardens, Glasgow United Kingdom (“we” or “our” or “North
Atlas”). The Service is not directed toward children (as defined by local
law) nor does North Atlas knowingly collect information from children (as
defined by local law) without parental connect except where in
compliance with applicable laws.
2. To provide the Service, it is necessary for us to collect and process
certain personal information (“Data”), including some or all of the
following: name, address, date of birth, email addresses, IP addresses,
device and/or web-browser details, operating system details, activities on
the Site, personal preferences relating to the Site or the Service, and
details of the locations from which you intend to use the Service. You are
responsible for ensuring that all personal information you provide to us is
updated and correct at all times.
3. The Data will be stored together with any additional information you
provide to us, and will be used to provide you with, and to improve, the
Service. We collect, store and process (and where applicable transfer to
third party processing partners) certain personal information to provide
you with information and tools to allow you to use the Service, to perform
marketing and research related activities, to supply the administrative
services (e.g. setting up new accounts), to respond to the enquiries and/
or for other record-keeping purposes and to improve the site and the
Service. In addition, from time to time with offers that mat interest you or
inform you of other products and services. Additionally, our third party
service providers may have access to Data to carry out contracted
services and we may provide your personal information to such third
parties for the purposes of fulfilling your requests. All Data is processed
by us in accordance with applicable data protection legislation and we will
keep your personal information only for as long as necessary.
4. We May, from time to time, expand or reduce our business which may
involve the transfer of certain divisions or assets of our company to other
parties, and Data, where relevant, may be transferred to such third
parties. Additionally, from time to time we may transfer Data for to
locations inside and outside the European Economic Area, some of which
may have different data protection laws to the UK and or the E, or no data
protection laws. In all such cases, we transmit such information only to
entities that comply with this policy and applicable law.
5. The Site may display links to certain third party websites. We encourage
you to read the individual privacy policies of those sites before providing
any of your personal information to them.
6. We may use ‘cookies’ while you access the Site. A cookie is a small file
which can be downloaded on a device when you access the Site and is
then sent back to the Site each time you access it. Cookies are useful
because they allows us to recognise your device and your user
tracking information (such as login and password), date, time of visit and
preferences and monitor the presentation of the Site. This information
allows us to personalise the user experience and to improve the quality of
the Site navigation. We also use analytical cookies, which allow us to
recognise and count the number of users on the Site and to see how
users move around the Site when they are using it. This helps us to
improve the way the Site works, for example by making sure users find
easily what they need. Please note the advertisers on the Site may also
deploy cookies and web beacon technology to measure and improve the
effectiveness of advertising to their clients. If you do not want cookies on
your computer, you can remove them by changing your browser settings.
7. Please note you have the right to request access to and rectification or
erasure of Data or to object to or request the restriction of processing of
your Data. If you do not want us to retain or use your Data in any way or
at any time, you may withdraw your consent (i.e “opt-out”), by contacting
us at email@example.com. Information about concerns or complaints
may be made to the Information Commissioners Office in the UK via
regular basis so that you will be aware of any changes to it.
9. If you have further questions about our privacy practices, please contact
us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.