Privacy Policy of

This Website collects some Personal Data from its Users.

Personal Data processed for the following purposes and using the following services:

    • Analytics

      • Google Analytics

        Personal Data: Cookies; Usage Data

    • Contacting the User

      • Contact form

        Personal Data: company name; email address; first name; last name; phone number

      • Mailing list or newsletter

        Personal Data: email address

    • Content commenting

      • Comment system managed directly

        Personal Data: first name; last name

    • Displaying content from external platforms

      • YouTube video widget

        Personal Data: Cookies; Usage Data

    • Handling payments

      • PayPal

        Personal Data: various types of Data as specified in the privacy policy of the service

    • Managing contacts and sending messages

      • Sendgrid

        Personal Data: email address

      • dotmailer

        Personal Data: Cookies; email address

Information on opting out of interest-based advertising

In addition to any opt-out feature provided by any of the services listed in this document, Users may learn more on how to generally opt out of interest-based advertising within the dedicated section of the Cookie Policy.

Further information about the processing of Personal Data

    • iCloudHosting

      As to that of the Client itself and its representatives, the Supplier
      shall act in accordance with industry practice in protecting that
      personal data, and shall not sell or otherwise transfer it to third
      parties for marketing activities in any circumstance. On occasion,
      the Supplier may need to provide the Client’s name and delivery
      address to third parties that the Supplier may use for the
      purposes of delivering specific services to the Client or its
      proposed successors. The Supplier shall not provide any of the
      Client’s personal information to other companies or individuals
      for marketing purposes without the Client’s permission. The
      Supplier shall be entitled to use the personal data of the Client in
      the due performance of the Services, this Agreement and (unless
      opted out in writing from time to time) for communication to the
      Client of the Supplier’s own marketing information.
      As to personal data supplied by or through the Client in the
      course of its business (including that of its customers and end
      users,) the remaining part of this section shall apply:
      1.1 Both parties will comply with their respective
      obligations under the applicable requirements of the Data
      Protection Laws.
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      1.2 The parties acknowledge that for the purposes of the
      Data Protection Laws and so far as this relationship under this
      Agreement is concerned, the Client is the data controller and The
      Supplier is the data processor (where Data Controller and Data
      Processor have the meanings as defined in the Data Protection
      Laws). The following sets out the scope, nature and purpose of
      processing by the Supplier, the duration of the processing and the
      types of personal data (as defined in the Data Protection Laws,
      Personal Data) and categories of Data Subject:
      (a) Processing by the Supplier: The provision of data
      hosting services for the Client and indirectly its customers.
      (b) Types of personal data: Each of the Client or its
      customers decide individually which users’ data is processed by
      configuration of data specific fields in the provided software or
      interface. Often, these are: first name(s), surname, department /
      organization, telephone number, fax number, e-mail address, IP
      address, address, skype number, internal employee number,
      payment details, other contact detail, location and personal data
      within the content of material transmitted and/or stored. Special
      or sensitive personal data is usually not requested or collected
      unless incidentally within content itself or unless the Client
      notifies the Supplier of any in writing.
      (c) Categories of data subject:
      (i) Each of the Client or its customers decide
      individually the category of data subjects. Usually, these are:
      employees of or workers within the organisation as well as
      employees/workers of their partners and customers.
      (ii) To submit ideas or create other content,
      users need to register accounts. In these accounts, personal data
      is managed by the user (in particular, registration, correction,
      in each case subject to any agreed written variation or addition
      between the Client and the Supplier.
      1.3 The Client declares and acknowledges that the
      Supplier has no control, involvement, role or responsibility as to
      the type or use of data put by the Client itself or third parties
      generally nor, without limitation, the Client’s servants, agents,
      customers or suppliers or end-users of the Client’s services or
      those of the Client’s customers and the Supplier merely provides
      an IT repository for data with a specified conduit for its
      movement to and from the Client or third party infrastructure.
      The Supplier’s processing does not include the manipulation,
      selection, ordering, searching or monitoring of such Personal Data
      other than in a generic sense of storage in the scope of the
      Services. The Client is responsible for the cleansing, updating,
      timely deletion and maintenance of Personal Data.
      1.4 The Client will ensure that it has all necessary
      appropriate consents and notices in place to enable lawful
      transmission of the Personal Data to the Supplier and its
      processing in accordance with this Agreement for the duration
      and purposes of this Agreement.
      1.5 Without prejudice to the generality of clause 1.1, the
      Supplier shall, in relation to any Personal Data processed in
      connection with the performance by the Supplier of its
      obligations under this Agreement:
      (a) process that Personal Data only in accordance with the
      performance of the Services and otherwise either required under
      this Agreement (this Agreement being agreed to constitute
      written instructions from the Client for processing of Personal
      Data) or by variation of Services agreed with the Supplier; or
      (b) process that Personal Data if required by the laws of
      any member of the European Union or by the laws of the
      European Union applicable to the Supplier to process Personal
      Data (Applicable Laws). Where the Supplier is relying on laws of a
      member of the European Union or European Union law as the
      basis for processing Personal Data outside of pre-agreed
      processing, the Supplier shall promptly notify the Client of this
      before performing the processing required by the Applicable Laws
      unless those Applicable Laws prohibit the Supplier from so
      notifying the Client;
      (c) ensure that it has in place appropriate, industrystandard
      for England, technical and organisational measures to
      protect against unauthorised or unlawful processing of that
      Personal Data and against accidental loss or destruction of, or
      damage to, those Personal Data, having regard to the state of
      technological development and the cost of implementing any
      (d) ensure that all personnel who have access to and/or
      process those Personal Data are obliged not to permit disclosure
      of the Personal Data except as required by law or for the
      purposes of this Agreement; and
      (e) not transfer any of those Personal Data outside of the
      European Economic Area (other than the Client’s transmission
      and receipt of data over the Internet and the use of similar
      networks that may involve part of the network being located
      outside the European Economic Area and/or the UK), unless the
      prior written consent of the Client has been obtained;
      (f) assist the Client, at the Client's cost using the
      Supplier’s then current standard time rates, in responding to any
      request from a Data Subject and in ensuring compliance with its
      obligations under the Data Protection Laws with respect to
      security, breach notifications, impact assessments and
      consultations with supervisory authorities or regulators;
      (g) notify the Client without undue delay on becoming
      aware of a material Personal Data breach committed by the
      Supplier, its servants or agents and take reasonable steps to
      prevent further disclosure or breach and mitigate the potential
      adverse effects on affected data subjects in cooperation with the
      (h) at the written direction of the Client, delete or return
      to the Client or allow the Client to retrieve from dedicated
      equipment the Personal Data and copies thereof on termination
      of the Agreement unless required by Applicable Law to store the
      Personal Data;
      (i) maintain appropriate records and information to
      demonstrate its compliance with this clause 1;
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      (j) in accordance with Data Protection Laws, make
      available to the Client such information as is reasonably necessary
      to demonstrate the Supplier’s compliance with its obligations
      under Article 28 of the GDPR (and under any Data Protection
      Laws equivalent to that Article 28), and allow for and contribute
      to audits, including inspections, by the Client’s professional
      appointee for this purpose, subject to the Client:
      (1) giving the Supplier reasonable prior notice
      of such information request, audit and/or inspection being
      required by the Client;
      (2) ensuring that all information obtained or
      generated by the Client or its auditor(s) in connection with such
      information requests, inspections and audits is kept strictly
      confidential (save for disclosure to the supervisory authority
      under Data Protection Laws or as otherwise required by
      Applicable Laws);
      (iii) ensuring that such audit or inspection is undertaken
      during normal business hours, with minimal disruption to the
      Supplier’s business, any sub-processors’ business and the
      business of other customers of the Supplier; and
      (k) paying the Supplier’s costs using the then current
      standard time rates of the Supplier for assisting with the provision
      of information and allowing for and contributing to inspections
      and audits.
      1.6 The Client consents to the Supplier appointing thirdparty
      processor of Personal Data under this Agreement. The
      Supplier confirms that it has entered or (as the case may be) will
      enter with the third-party processor into a written agreement
      substantially on that third party's standard terms of business (to
      be supplied to the Client if requested other than commercially
      sensitive information). The Supplier may, at any time on not less
      than 30 days’ notice, revise this clause 1 by replacing it with any
      applicable controller to processor standard clauses or similar
      terms forming part of an applicable certification scheme (which
      shall apply when replaced by addition of an attachment or
      schedule to this Agreement). In addition and notwithstanding any
      other provisions of this clause, the approval requirements for
      subcontracting shall not apply in cases where the Supplier
      subcontracts ancillary deliverables to third parties; such including,
      the provision of external contractors, data back-up and disaster
      recovery, telecoms providers, third party hosting providers, third
      party colocation providers, mail, shipping and receiving services,
      and maintenance services. The Supplier shall conclude, with such
      third parties, any agreement reasonably necessary for the
      adequate protection of Personal Data.
      1.7 The Supplier shall nominate a point of contact for all
      issues related to data privacy and protection within the scope of
      the Agreement and pending notification otherwise this will be the
      Managing Director.
      1.8 The Client shall immediately confirm oral instructions
      (at the minimum in text form) relevant to Personal Data.
      1.9 If the Supplier informs the Client that it considers that
      an instruction violates Data Protection Laws then it shall be
      entitled to suspend the execution of the relevant instructions
      until the Client satisfactorily confirms compliance or changes
      1.10 The Client shall, without undue delay and in a
      comprehensive fashion, inform the Supplier of any defect that the
      Client considers has occurred in their and/or the Supplier’s
      compliance with Data Protection Laws.
      1.11 The Client shall be obliged to maintain the public
      register of processing where and when required in accordance
      with Article 30 GDPR.
      The Supplier's Acceptable Use Policy ("Policy") is intended to help
      protect the Supplier service, clients and the Internet community
      in general from irresponsible or, in some cases, illegal activities,
      and the Client agrees to be bound by the Policy.
      1. The Client and their end users shall not, nor shall they permit,
      enable, or assist others, to use the Services for any breach of any
      applicable local, national or the international law or regulation or
      generally accepted transmission or application protocols
      applicable to the Internet or any part of it or to anything
      connected to it or to any user of it. Such prohibited use includes
      but is not limited to the following:
      a. civil infringement of and/or criminal offences relating
      to IPRs; or
      b. commission of any criminal offence (including
      deliberate transmission of computer viruses) under
      the Computer Misuse Act 1990 (UK) or any similar
      legislation in any country; or
      c. knowingly or recklessly transmitting, displaying or
      posting to a publicly accessible service any material
      which is unlawful or actionably defamatory or an
      invasion of privacy, breach of an intellectual property
      right or breach of a right of publicity in any jurisdiction
      with which any publicly accessible service reasonably
      appears to have any connection or from which it may
      reasonably be apprehended that a publicly accessible
      service is likely to be significantly accessed; or
      d. transmitting, transferring, displaying or posting to a
      publicly accessible service any material in breach of
      the Data Protection Act 1998 (UK), GDPR or similar
      legislation in any other country or of any material
      which is confidential or is a trade secret or which
      affects the national security of the United Kingdom or
      the said territory or which may expose the Supplier to
      any liability, loss or penalty under the laws and/or
      regulations and/or decrees of the United Kingdom or
      any other country relating to the export of or dealing
      with military or potentially military resources; or
      e. use of the Services or the Internet in any manner
      which is a violation or infringement of any rights of any
      kind or nature (whether similar to any of the foregoing
      or otherwise) of any person; or
      f. any sending of unsolicited email messages or any mass
      mailing of unsolicited advertising material by the
      Client; or
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      g. any activity that potentially could harm the Supplier
      Network, its clients' networks or other networks,
      including traffic flooding, malicious overflows, etc; or
      h. any activity that the Supplier decides at its absolute
      discretion is an unsuitable use of the Services (and any
      failure or delay to exercise its discretion shall not be
      taken as approval or condoning of such use).
      2. The Client is responsible for:
      a. The activities of its customer base or end-users and, by
      accepting service from the Supplier, is agreeing to
      ensure that its clients abide by this Policy. If
      irresponsible or illegal activity continues, even after
      the Supplier tries to communicate with the Client,
      then the Client may be subject to an appropriate
      action in order to stop those activities.
      3. IRC services or IRC-related services are not permitted. This
      includes, but is not limited to: "IRCd servers," "eggdrops," "bots,"
      and "bouncers." The purpose of this restriction is to prevent
      attacks on the Supplier service due to malicious activity that has
      been known to occur on the IRC networks EFnet and Undernet.
      4. The Client warrants that it will respond to any Abuse
      Complaints within 24 hours and urgently respond and comply
      with all take-down or similar notices or requirements.

Contact information

    • Owner and Data Controller

      ZuLogic Limited, Three Trees, The Street, Ulcombe, Kent ME17 1DX

      Owner contact email: