All information contained hereafter has reference to your privacy and collection of your data whilst you are using our company website “bordercontrol.co.uk”.
At Border Control, we take the protection of your personal data very seriously and strictly abide by the regulations of the data protection act. Personal data will only be collected through this website (bordercontrol.co.uk) to an extent that is technically required. Under no circumstances will this data will be sold or passed on to third parties for any other reasons.
This summary gives you on overview of how, or if, data is collected and for which purposes.
In principle you can visit our website without leaving any personal data. Personal data is only collected if you give it to us voluntarily, e.g. When using one of our contact forms.
When entering personal or business-related data (e-mail addresses, names, addresses), the disclosure of the data takes place on a completely voluntary basis. By entering the data you give your consent to the collection, processing and use of the same for purposes of establishing contact, processing of orders, future event invites or, technical support. Collection, processing and use for any other purposes does not take place. This consent can be revoked with immediate effect in the future at any time.
Passing your data on to a ‘third party’ will not happen, unless explicitly agreed by you.
We do not ask for permission to pass on your data in any of our contact forms, as we have no intention or desire to do so.
Your browser transmits information which is automatically collected and saved in the server log files of the bordercontrol.co.uk website, for example:
This data cannot be associated by Border Control or its hosting systems with specific persons. A merging of this data with other data sources is not carried out. The data will be deleted after a statistical analysis is carried out.
You are entitled to request information from us, as to which data is stored concerning your person, its origin, its recipients as well as the purpose of the storage. In addition you have a right to have your personal data corrected, blocked and deleted in accordance with the legal regulations.
The Border Control web hosting system has sophisticated measures in place to protect the data provided to us against accidental or premeditated manipulation, loss, destruction and access by unauthorised persons.
Your subscription to our newsletters, feeds, or databases, can be removed at your request, at any time. You may email us to request that this is carried out using the full contact form found in our “Contact Us” section of the website.
Your trust is important to us. We will answer, as far as is practicable, any reasonable enquiries regarding the processing of your personal data. If you have any questions which are not answered in this data protection declaration or if you require more details, please contact us using any means convenient to you.
GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) – 25 May 2018 Onwards
At Border Control, we care about our customer’s privacy. Going forward we are taking steps to ensure that all of our services are created and maintained with our customers privacy given the utmost priority.
Our web services and all customer information are hosted on PCI compliant servers and all data is transmitted using 256bit industry standard encryption.
All the data we collect is used to make our products and services the best that they can be. In doing this we always ensure your data is protected, and only used where it is necessary for us to provide you with a service or a product. We understand the path your data follows to ensure it is safe, secure and compliant with the necessary data protection law.
A customer, or “Subject” has the following rights
Please use our contact form if you wish to exercise any of the six rights under the GDPR, your request will be reviewed by our designated data protection officer before a response is provided