Privacy policy

Our policy is to respect and protect the privacy of anyone who visits AccessEquals website, as required by the 1998 Data Protection Act.

This page explains how we use and protect any information given by you, or gathered about your visit to AccessEquals website.

This policy is effective from 1 April 2015. It may change from time to time, so please return to this page for any policy update.

When you contact us

We collect personal contact information from you if you email us or complete our online contact form.

Your contact details are used only to deal with your enquiry unless you have given us permission to let you know about our articles on accessibility or any promotions that you might find interesting.

We will never disclose this information to anyone else, unless required to do so by law.

Controlling your personal information

We can let you know what personal information we hold about you, though a small fee will be payable. If you want a copy of the information held on you, please contact us.

If you want your information removed from our system, or believe that information we hold on you is wrong or incomplete, please email us, we'll promptly follow your instructions.

Security

AccessEquals website has security measures in place to protect against loss, misuse or alteration of the information under our control.

Our use of cookies

We do not use cookies to gather or store any of your personal information. Like many websites, we use Google Analytics to gather anonymous data about how our site is used. If you press the "I decline" button on our cookies message, we won't store any third party tracking cookies on your device.

What we do with the data

The data gathered helps us understand which of our web pages are most appealing to site visitors and how they reached that information. This allows us to make better decisions about page content and how to help site visitors quickly reach the information they want.

We compile aggregated statistics about the number of site visitors we get and the browsers being used.

More about tracking and how to control it

If you have any concerns about the use made of gathered data, it's all explained in how Google uses data when you use partners' sites.

If you want to opt out of tracking, You can opt out of Google’s advertising tracking cookie or use Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on.

External links

Some AccessEquals web pages contain links to other websites. We are not responsible for the privacy policies or the content of external sites.