Black Women In Post Production Limited
Company Number: 13087687
Black Women In Post Production Limited (BWIPP) is committed to protecting your privacy.
Black Women In Post Production Limited may amend this policy at any time at its discretion and will display the revised terms in this section of the Website. If you do not agree with or accept any of these amendments, please e-mail us via email@example.com requesting deletion of your personal data from our database. Please note: this will terminate your membership.
We process personal data only in strict compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation. By using our Website www.bwipp.co.uk, mobile app and by registering an account, you consent and agree that we may retain your personal information, however it is supplied by you, and store and process it in accordance with this Policy.
We may collect, process and retain personal information from you and any devices you may use;
- When you navigate to and use our Website (through web view or mobile view) or our App
- When you register an account with us to become a member
- When you make a transaction with us on our Website (through web view or mobile view) or App
- When you provide it to us whilst using our services
- From browsing behaviour, where cookies may be used.
We may also ask you for other information when you contact us or report a problem with our Website. We may keep a record of any communication that you have with us or your IP address.
Black Women In Post Production Limited will not store members’ card details. These details will be used for the sole purpose of completing a purchase/booking and will not be stored either electronically or physically within the organisation.
We respect the privacy of our users and, except as stated below, we will not sell or make available in any way personal information except in exceptional circumstances where required by legal or other regulatory authority to disclose the information or when you, the user, require us to make your personal information available to you.
Personal data submitted by you through the Website or App will be used for the following purposes only:
- to set up and manage your user account and maintain membership details;
- to inform you about any services or products which BWIPP may choose to offer its members from time to time;
- to make available to you promotional or other relevant information, products or services from Black Women In Post Production, its affiliates and their industry and brand partners;
- To include your name, contact number, email address and occupation in the Black Women In Post Production talent directory and membership records.
We endeavour to take all reasonable steps to protect your data against unauthorised access by third parties but cannot guarantee the security of any data you disclose online during transmission to or from our Website. By using our Website, you accept the Internet is not entirely secure and you acknowledge and agree that any such transmission is at your own risk and to the fullest extent permitted by law, we shall not be held responsible for any loss, unauthorised use, distribution, damage or destruction of personal data.
Our Website contains links to other sites or resources operated by third parties. We are not responsible for content displayed on any third party site or for any loss or damage you may suffer from using them.
You may choose to communicate with us via e-mail. However, you should note that the security of internet e-mail is unreliable. By sending confidential or sensitive e-mail messages which are unencrypted you accept the risks of such uncertainty and possible breach of confidentiality or privacy over the internet.
Sharing Personal Information
In order to become a BWIPP member, an application form must be completed via our Website or App. When this form is submitted by an applicant, only the forename, surname, email address and occupation will be made available in the member directory. Should you choose to do so, you may opt to make further information available for other BWIPP members and production companies to view within the member profile section. You may also opt out of having your name, email address and occupation in the member directory by notifying us.
We offer the opportunity to sign up to our newsletter. If you choose to provide us with your email address or any other personally identifiable contact information, we will only use it to send you our newsletter or respond to your query.
We use a third party provider to deliver newsletters and gather statistics to help us monitor and improve our e-newsletter. If you sign up for our newsletter and subsequently change your mind, you may opt out at any time or unsubscribe using the link at the bottom of any newsletters you receive from us.
We reserve all copyrights on text or images on the newsletter. The text or images in the newsletter may not be copied or distributed without prior permission of Black Women In Post Production Limited. If there is an approved use of content, the source of copied material will be mentioned.
The information contained in our newsletters is provided as a service/promotion to our users, subscribers and members. It does not contain legal advice. Although we try to provide quality information, we do not guarantee results obtained from the use of this information and without warranty of any kind.
Black Women In Post Production Limited is in no way liable to its users, subscribers, members or any other party for any damages, costs of any character including but not limited to direct or indirect, consequential, incidental or other costs or damages via the use of the information contained in the newsletters.
We may make changes to this information at any time without prior notice. We make no commitment to update the information contained in this newsletter.
You are entitled to view, amend or delete the personal information that we hold. The General Data Protection Regulation provides for rights of access, modification and deletion of your personal information. Email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org
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