Privacy Policy

Your privacy is important to The UKCMA and we are committed to respecting information about you.

Personal Information

In general, you can visit the UKCMA on the Web without telling us who you are and without revealing any information about yourself.

There are times, however, when we may request information from you such as your name, address or e-mail address, for example, if we hope to correspond with you.

Before collecting any personal details, the UKCMA will advise you how the information will be used and you will always be given the option of declining to give personal information to us. Any information that you agree to give us will be protected by technical and organisational processes.

Privacy Technology

Technology will increasingly provide you with more control over your personal information and the UKCMA actively supports the development of privacy technologies to help achieve these goals.

In this way, we can help to create greater trust and confidence in the way personal information is handled.

Anonymous Information Collection And Use

Some information about your computer hardware and software is automatically collected by the UKCMA. This information can include: your browser type, your IP address, domain names, access times and referring web site addresses. the UKCMA uses this information to maintain the quality of its service and to provide general statistics regarding use of the UKCMA Web site.

The information collected in this way is kept anonymous and is never reviewed at an individual level. We collect the anonymous information using various technologies including “cookies”. These are strings of data that a web site can send to your browser to be stored on your system. Some UKCMA pages can use cookies to store information so that the site improves its service to you when you return by making your visit more personal, e.g. remembering your name.

You can set your browser to notify you before receiving a cookie so that you can decide whether to accept it. Also, you can set your browser to turn cookies off although this can adversely affect the operation of some Web sites .

Children, Other Sites and Questions

Children’s data

While none of the UKCMA web site pages are directed towards children, we are committed to comply with applicable laws and requirements such as the UK Children Act 1989.

Business relationships

The UKCMA site may contain links to other web sites. The UKCMA is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such web sites.