Fourteen19® recognises the importance of privacy and security to persons accessing the Fourteen19® UK web site. For your reassurance, please read the following summary of our privacy and security policy.
For those who browse the Fourteen19® web site but do not submit a form, no information is collected. For those who do submit a form, Fourteen19® records your personal details, e-mail address and selections on its database held on an off-line server. Due diligence is taken to ensure that this information can only be accessed by Fourteen19® staff, and is only used to send the information requested. Fourteen19® is registered under the terms of the United Kingdom's Data Protection Act 1998, which limits Fourteen19® use of the personal data collected.
Fourteen19® will delete your personal details stored on its database on receipt of a personal delete request from you quoting your personal details and original e-mail message or date of completion of form. Fourteen19® does not create or use any cookies - small text files stored on your hard disk. Fourteen19® does not share your personal information with any third parties.
Fourteen19® will endeavour to respond promptly to any persons expressing concern about its privacy and security provisions, and to take appropriate action should these concerns be acknowledged by Fourteen19®.
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