PRIVACY STATEMENT 

FOR THE CONTAGIOUS WEBSITE

1. Introduction
Contagious is committed to complying with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Data Protection Act 2018. This privacy policy explains what information we collect about you and your organisation when you visit this website, elect to receive communications from us and engage with our services.

We treat all personal data we receive with the utmost care and consideration; please read this Privacy Policy in full to ensure you are aware that your personal data is kept safely, securely, up-to-date and protected; and that you understand how we use it to offer you the best experience.

You have the right to request any email sent to us is deleted by contacting info@contagious.co.uk

For more information or to exercise your data protection rights, please contact us via info@contagious.co.uk or 0131 514 4500 or write to us at:

Contagious (UK) Ltd.

84 Commercial Street

Edinburgh EH6 6LX

Registered Information:
Registered Office: Contagious (UK) Limited 
84 Commercial Street, Edinburgh EH6 6LX 
Registered in Scotland No. 223455

 

2. Contagious collects personal information when you:
Visit the website
The Contagious website uses cookies for analytical purposes (Google Analytics) and improves the service to you, but none of the data collected through cookies can be used to identify you. You can set your internet browser so that it does not accept cookies or refuse permission via the cookie banner. Google Analytics does record IP addresses but this only shows us generic geographical user information. None of our analytical data is passed to third parties.


Register for an event, training workshop or programme offered by Contagious:
Name, email, job title, company name, address


Apply for an employment vacancy offered by Contagious:
Name, email, vacancy title, CV


All information submitted to Contagious is deleted after the vacancy is filled.  Engage with us on our social media channels:
We collect publicly available information across our Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and X (formally known as Twitter) to monitor engagement and identify potential leads.

 

3. Complaints
Please notify Contagious immediately by emailing us at info@contagious.co.uk or writing to us at Contagious (UK) Ltd., 84 Commercial Street, Edinburgh EH6 6LX if any of your details alter or are incorrect or if you wish to enquire what information we are holding on you. If you wish us to amend or erase any part of the information relating to you, we will do so, subject to compliance with any statutory requirements.
You have the right to lodge a complaint with the Information Commissioner's Office, which regulates the processing of personal data. 

 

4. Copyright and Trademark
The copyright in all content, graphics, tables, images and underlying codes of the website belongs to Contagious and is hereby asserted. The Contagious name and logo is a trademark of the Contagious (UK) Ltd.

 

5. Compliance
All parties are required to comply with UK legislation relating to websites and e-commerce.

 

6. Unauthorised use of the website
The following uses are unauthorised, a breach of these conditions and may be an infringement or even a crime:

  • Any unauthorised use or copying of our name, trading style, get-up, confidential information or data (being information of a confidential nature the misuse of which will foreseeably damage our business reputation or goodwill) or copyright material.
  • Unauthorised entry to any non-public part of the website, including its underlying codes, or into any private computer system of Contagious.
  • Unauthorised copying, downloading or framing of any part of the website.
  • Unauthorised covert or overt linking of any part of our website with another or interception of visitors or potential visitors.
  • Any action which is intended for, or has the effect of, deceiving or misleading us or third parties, whether for gain or otherwise.
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7. Virus Disclaimer
Reasonable steps have been taken to protect this website but all visitors are advised to take all necessary steps to ensure that no virus contamination occurs. No responsibility can be accepted for any loss or damage sustained as a consequence of any virus transmission.