T-Data Limited Privacy & Cookies Policy
T-Data may change this policy from time to time by updating this page. This policy is current from 26 May 2012.
This website uses Google Analytics and associated tools to set "cookies", which are small text files placed on a visitor's computer. Cookies collect standard internet logging and behaviour information in an anonymous form. No personal information is collected about visitors, unless explicit data is voluntarily submitted on one, or both, of two forms on this website. If we request personal info, e.g. an email address in order to receive a Software Demo, we will ask for it and visitors will have the option to provide it, or not. If a visitor declines, access to some T-Data website content will not be possible.
Anonymous information collected by Google Analytics cookies about the use of this website is sent to Google and this information is processed to compile statistical reports for T-Data, exclusively. We use these reports to evaluate aggregate visitor usage so that we can optimise the content to best meet visitor needs. We will not link, or seek to link, an IP address with the identity of a computer user. We will not associate any data gathered from this website with any personal identifiable information from any source, unless submitted via our Demo Request form or Contact Us form.
What we collect on forms webpages
We only collect minimal personal information, if submitted via our Demo Request or Contact Us pages :
• Title and Name(s)
• Contact details
• Country location
What we do with the information we gather
We want to understand visitor needs and provide a superior service for the following reasons:
• To respond with information about our products using details voluntarily provided
• To customise the website according to the internet access browser used by visitors
• To improve our products, services and website design
A cookie is a small file which asks permission to be placed on a visitor's computer hard drive. If agreed, according to the computer settings, cookies help to measure web traffic or let visitors know when viewing a particular site. Cookies allow web applications to respond to the visitor. The web application can tailor its operations to visitor needs, likes and dislikes by gathering and remembering information about preferences.
We use traffic log cookies to identify which pages are being used. This helps us analyse data about web page traffic and
improve our website in order to tailor it to customer needs. We only use this information for statistical analysis purposes
and then the data is automatically removed from the logging system.
Cookies help to provide a visitor with a better website, by determining which pages are found useful and which are not. A cookie does not give us access to a visitor's computer or any personal information, other than the data choosen to be shared with us. Visitors can choose to accept or decline cookies in the browser settings. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but browser settings can be modofied to decline cookies if preferred. However, this may prevent visitors from taking full advantage of the website.
Cookies that we set
• GetClicky : cluid (in.getclicky.com)
• T-Data : __utma; __utmb; __utmc; __utmz (Google Analytics)
• T-Data : _jsuid; first_pv_66596214; unpoco_66596214 (Statcounter.com)
• T-Data : _cookieok (Cookie Banner)
Visitor data tracked
When a visitor views our web site, the following data is logged:
• Page URL
• Page title
• User agent
• IP address
• Screen resolution
• Tracking cookie
Visitors can easily remove any cookies that have been created in the cookie folder of their web browser.
Cookie files can be erased from Windows Internet Explorer 8.0 as follows:
1. Open 'Internet Explorer'
2. Select the 'Tools' button on the Tool Bar
3. Choose 'Delete Browser History' in the drop down menu
4. Ensure 'Cookies' are selected and click on 'Delete'
Windows Internet Explorer 6.0 users can manage cookies with instructions at the Microsoft website.
Cookie files can be erased from Firefox browsers as follows:
1. Open the 'Firefox' browser
2. Select 'Tools' on the Tool Bar
3. Select 'Clear Recent History'
4. Ensure 'Cookies' are selected and click on the 'Clear Now' button
Other web browsers will vary from the above procedures. Further information on cookies can be found at www.allaboutcookies.org.
Controlling personal information
Visitors may choose to use or restrict the collection of personal information in the following ways:
• When asked to fill in a form on the website, a check box indicates that T-Data may use the information for direct marketing purposes. By default we will not use visitor information for such purposes.
• If a visitor has previously agreed to T-Data using personal information for direct marketing purposes, any change can be advised by sending an e-mail at any time.
We will not sell, distribute or lease personal information to third parties. We will not use personal information to send promotional information about third parties, unless specifically requested to do so.
Registered visitors may request details of personal information which we hold under the UK Data Protection Act 1998, for which a small fee may be payable. If a copy of the personal information is required please write to the Privacy Officer, T-Data Limited, 150 Barkham Road, Wokingham RG41 2RP, Berkshire. If a registered visitor believes that any information we are holding is incorrect or incomplete, write to the above address. Alternatively, send an e-mail. We will correct any information found to be inaccurate.
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