Website privacy statement
This privacy statement covers www.manchesterday.co.uk
When you use this websites you are agreeing to this statement, and any additional statements on individual pages within the site.
We may change this information without notice, so you should revisit this page and any other relevant pages from time to time.
At Manchester City Council we are a registered Data Controller, as such we will process your personal data and information in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. For more information about data protection see www.ico.org.uk
If you have any queries about the Data Protection Act 1998 or the Freedom of Information Act 2000, email: email@example.com
Respecting your privacy
We respect your privacy. Information you provide, or that is gathered automatically, helps us monitor our service and provide the services you are entitled to as a stakeholder of Manchester Day or visitor to our website.
We treat incoming emails and forms in the same way as other communications we receive.
Emails sent through the internet may not be secure. They could be intercepted and read by someone else. Please consider this before you send personal or sensitive information by email.
Our secure-server software ‘encrypts’ all your personal information including your name and address. This means your information is converted to bits of code that is unreadable to other people, websites or organisations. We translate the code back into information for our use.
We aim to have a secure and reliable website, and use appropriate security technology to protect any sensitive personal data we process about you. But your use of the internet, and this website, is entirely at your own risk. We have no responsibility or liability for the security of personal information transmitted over the internet.
We don’t make your personal details available to other companies for marketing purposes, but we may share those details with partner organisations that we use to help deliver services. We may also share non-personal details with those organisations, for use in compiling statistics for example.
If requested we may share information with law-enforcement or government authorities, for a criminal investigation.
Like most websites we use ‘cookies’ to collect anonymous statistics about how people use the site, and to help us keep it relevant for the user. Cookies ‘remember’ bits of information from your visit to the site.
A cookie is a simple text file that’s stored on your computer or mobile device by a website’s server. Only that server can retrieve or read the contents of that cookie. Each cookie is unique to your web browser. So if we put a cookie on your computer, it can’t be read by any other website.