Last updated July 18th 2012.
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Information we collect from our customers and users of our websites may be used in the following ways.
Collection of your personal information
Personal information provided as part of the registration process for any publication, product or service is used to manage your subscription and to enable us to provide a better service. On this site as part of this registration process we collect and store your email address, first name, second name, company and job title. Travelweekly.co.uk automatically receives and records in our server logs information from your browser, including your IP address, browser type, internet service provider, referring/exit pages, operating system, date/time stamp.
Any information provided by you in connection with any transaction regarding your credit or debit card numbers, expiry date and billing or delivery address will be used by us to process the transaction. These details will be stored on a secure server and may be used by us to facilitate and personalise future transactions with you. If you do not wish us to store and use the information for future transactions, please contact us. Personal information that you provide is stored on secure servers in the UK.
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To better understand your use of the TravelWeekly.co.uk site we work with third-party cookie providers, Google Analytics and Omniture, who place cookies and beacons on your computer to collect information on our behalf. When you sign in to TravelWeekly.co.uk, a cookie containing a value that uniquely identifies you to TravelWeekly.co.uk is sent to your browser and stored on your computer's hard drive. None of your secure information, such as credit card and payment details or password, is collected by these cookies. However, we use the cookies and beacons to collect the following information: visits, page views, average time on site, referrals. All information collected by these cookies is sent to TravelWeekly.co.uk by secure connection. These third party providers are prohibited from using our data for any other purposes. All information will be retained as long as necessary.
Use and disclosure of personal information
As stated above, we collect information from you via registration, server logs, and cookies. You may also choose to post information to other areas of the site. TravelWeekly.co.uk retains user-posted content (such as messages or other information you post to the site) as long as it deems necessary.
We may link user-posted information to the other information we collect and use this data to analyze trends, administer the site, track users' movements around the site, and to gather demographic information about our user base. We do this in order to improve our service and build a better site for you to use.
TravelWeekly.co.uk works with partners. Please be aware that we are not responsible for the privacy policies of partner or other sites. We encourage you to be aware and to read the privacy policies of each and every site that collects personally identifiable information.
We reserve the right to disclose your personal information when required to do so by law to comply with judicial proceedings, court order or legal process or with an actual or proposed corporate transaction involving the business or when we believe that disclosure is necessary to protect our rights, or the rights, property or safety of others.
Third Party Advertisers and Cookies
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Aggregate statistical information provided by us to our advertisers or others regarding sales or website usage will not include personally identifying information.
We may ask for further information about you as part of online surveys or if you enter any competition or other promotional feature. This information will be used to enable us to improve the relevant publication, product or service and may also be disclosed to other companies as specified in the relevant promotion.
Access to Data
Under the Data Protection Act 1988, you have the right to be told what personal information we hold about you on our databases.
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Privacy information for job seekers
Profile and CV information
Some of our websites offer you the ability to create a profile and upload a CV to our database. Your profile and CV may be then made available for searching, viewing over the Internet and downloading by our customers.
Our customers may be direct recruiters, employment consultants or other organisations. Customers who request CVs matching your profile to be sent to them may receive your CV and profile via e-mail or CD Rom. Some of our customers may be located in countries outside the European Economic Area.
Your CV can only be viewed by a customer if you have consented to this within the profile section. You can choose to prevent our customers from accessing your personal details, CV or profile.
You can also choose to make your personal details and your CV anonymous, while having your profile available to be searched by recruiters. You can then choose to reveal yourself when you reply.
IMPORTANT: Your current employer may be one of our customers, or a client of one of our customers. We cannot restrict the customers who will access your CV or profile on our database and cannot be held responsible for any eventuality.
If you choose to create a profile and upload a CV to our database, we rely on you to ensure that your details are kept up to date. You should update your CV at least every six months, particularly if your contact details have changed.
Once your profile and CV are on our database we will contact you every six months using your most recent contact details to ask whether you want it to remain there. If we do not hear from you, your profile and CV will be removed from our database.
We reserve the right to remove from our database CVs or profiles which include any content that we consider illegal or offensive.
We may use aggregated data to identify employment trends across different industries, such as salary averages. This information will not be capable of being linked to any personally identifying information about users.
If you create a personalised account on any of our websites it will be protected by your password and may only be accessed by you. It does not form part of our database available for searching or access by our customers. You can delete your account at any time.