A commitment to your privacy
We treat all your data with the utmost respect and only use it to stay in touch with you. We will never sell it to anyone.
This policy relates to our Centre’s website – knowledgeequity.org (“the Site”). The Centre for Knowledge Equity is committed to protecting your privacy. This Statement of Privacy applies to the Centre for Knowledge Equity website and governs data collection and usage. By using the Centre for Knowledge Equity website, you consent to the data practices described in this statement.
Information gathering and usage
We collect the following types of information from users of our website (“Users”):
- Email addresses of Users who communicate with us via email or subscribe to any of our current or forthcoming services e.g. Newsletters;
- Information volunteered by Users in the course of use of our website (such as, for example, survey responses);
- Analytics and tracking data about Users site usage.
Unless we obtain your permission, information that is identifiable as relating to you (i.e. it has not been edited to make it anonymous) is not shared with or sold to other organisations for commercial purposes, other than under the following circumstances:
If it is necessary to share information in order to investigate, prevent, or take action regarding illegal activities, suspected fraud, situations involving potential threats to the physical safety of any person, violations of Terms of Service, or as otherwise required by law.
Your personal rights
You have the right to request we remove all personal identifiable information we store on you. Including the removal of any email subscriptions. To do so, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The data we hold on you will be removed from our systems after a reasonable period unless we need to keep the information for legal or auditing purposes.
A “cookie” is a small software file stored temporarily (session cookie) or placed on your computer’s hard drive (persistent cookie). The main purpose of a cookie is to allow a web server to identify a user’s computer and web browser, and tailor web pages and/or login information to the user’s preferences. Cookies help us promptly display the information You need and other information which We consider to be of interest to You.
By gathering and remembering information about your website preferences through cookies we can provide a better web and marketing experience. Cookies don’t give us access to users’ computers, and the information we collect through cookies doesn’t include personal information.
Essential cookies: Some of the cookies we use are critical to the functionality of our Site. They are used to keep a user logged into the Site and remember relevant information when the user returns to the Site and uses the Service.
Functional cookies: We also use certain cookies to track users’ activities on the Site, understand their preferences within the Site and improve their user experience.
Marketing cookies: A third set of cookies is provided by third parties and allows us to deliver customised marketing information to our customers based on their Site usage profile and avoid delivering irrelevant marketing to customers.
“Private Browsing” setting and cookie setting in FireFox
“Incognito” and cookie setting in Chrome
“InPrivate” and cookie setting in Internet Explorer, or
“Private Browsing” and cookie setting in Safari
If You want to learn more about cookies, or how to control or delete them, please visit aboutcookies.org for detailed guidance.
If you disable your web browser’s ability to accept cookies you still will be able to browse our Site but you might not be able to access or take advantage of the many Service features.
Centre for Knowledge Equity uses third-party vendors and hosting partners to provide services such as mailing lists. Data relating to Users and their organisations is transferred to or mirrored on servers within the European Union. Centre for Knowledge Equity reserves the right to transfer or mirror data to servers outside the European Union.
Centre for Knowledge Equity will apply all reasonable measures to ensure that data held on Our servers is secure but cannot guarantee that security measures will not be breached.
Changes to data storage
The Centre for Knowledge Equity will occasionally update this Statement of Privacy to reflect user feedback and that required by law. The Centre for Knowledge Equity encourages you to periodically review this Statement to be informed of how the Centre for Knowledge Equity is protecting your information. We will notify you about significant changes in the way we treat personal information by placing a prominent notice on our site.
Other websites that we link to
We encourage you to review the privacy statements of websites that we link to from this website so that you can understand how those websites collect, use and share your information. The Centre for Knowledge Equity is not responsible for the privacy statements or other content on websites outside of the Centre for Knowledge Equity website.