Please note that where our website contains links to other websites, we are not responsible for the privacy policies of other organisations and websites and this policy applies solely to any personal information collected on AidsConsortium.org.uk.
What information do we collect?
Personal information is any information that can be used to identify a living individual such as a name, date of birth, email address, postal address, and telephone number.
Any personal information that you provide us with is stored securely. We may collect this personal information when you contact us, give feedback through our comments boxes, submit a personal story, make a donation, register for our services (for example, to receive our newsletter), or otherwise give us personal information.
How do we use this information?
We use your personal information to provide you with the information or services you ask for. We may also use your information for administrative purposes, including letting you know about changes to our services and understanding more about how our website is used. In addition, we may handle any non-sensitive personal data for our legitimate purposes. We will not sell your details to any third parties.
AidsConsortium regards the lawful and correct handling of personal information as important to the success of our work and to maintaining the confidence of those with whom we deal. This applies to any user of our services, irrespective of where they live.
We will ensure that anyone working for us uses personal information lawfully and correctly. To this end, we fully comply with the UK Data Protection Act 1998.
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This information allows us to improve the website and to keep it relevant to our users’ needs. We do not store any personal information for this purpose but simply use it to see how you use the website.
Please note that by deleting our cookies or disabling future cookies you may not be able to access certain areas or features of our website. The International Chambers of Commerce provides a guide to the law in this area and information about different types of cookies.
Date of last review: 25/11/2016