TACT only collects details about users of this website with their consent. All data that we collect is managed in accordance with the Data Protection Act (1998). This ensures that all data we collect is only used for the purpose for which it was requested. We take the privacy of our supporters extremely seriously and all personal information we collect is held securely and safely. The policy sets out why and how we collect, store and use the information gathered on this website.
TACT may collect information from time to time from users of this website to ensure that we are providing the most interesting and appropriate information we can for you, our supporters, at the best time and in the most easily accessible way.
TACT cannot guarantee the total security of any personal information transmitted over the internet although any personal information received by TACT will be held securely.
TACT will only contact you in the way that you have requested to be contacted. If you opt in to receiving information from TACT either by email or post, TACT may use your personal information to: send you up-to-date information about TACT by post or email; to ask you to support a particular project or to invite you to take part in or attend one of our events.
TACT will only email you if you have said that you would like to receive electronic communications from us in line with the Privacy and Electronic Communication Regulations. All emails we send you will give you the option to decline future emails.
You have the right to contact us either by telephone, post or email at any time to ask what information we hold about you or to amend or update the information we hold about you. If at any time you decide that you no longer wish to receive information from TACT, you can contact us by telephone, post or email and we will cease to contact you:
Call 020 8695 8142 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, alternatively, contact us by post: TACT Head Office, The Courtyard, 303 Hither Green Lane, Hither Green, London, SE13 6TJ.
Aggregate or summary information is collected automatically by our system e.g. number of visitors to the site. In order to do this we may need to send “cookies” to your PC. This information is used to monitor use of the web site and will not contain information that can identify you as an individual.
A cookie is a small text file on the user’s browser and hard drive that uniquely identifies the user’s browser. There are two types of cookies: persistent cookies and session cookies. Session cookies are temporary and are erased when the browser exits. Persistent cookies remain on the user’s hard drive until the user erases them or until they expire.