Personal data means information which relates to an identified or an identifiable individual. We may collect, use, store and transfer various types of personal data relating to your identity, contact details, profile, profession, usage of our website and website services, and our networking and professional interactions with you.
|Types of personal data we may collect||Examples|
|Identity data||Name; title|
|Contact data||Address; email; telephone number|
|Profile data||Interests; preferences; feedback and survey responses|
|Professional data||Job title; name of business or organisation; professional credentials; professional contact details; photographs|
|Usage data||Services you signed up to (e.g. our blogs); events you attended or expressed interests in (e.g. our legal seminars, Fizz in the City events, or client Tech Drinks).|
|Enquiries data||Details of enquiries submitted via our website or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|Technical data||internet protocol (IP) address, your login data, browser type and version, time zone setting and location, browser plug-in types and versions, operating system and platform and other technology on the devices you use to access this website.|
Before you disclose to us the personal information of another person (for example, your spouse or employee), you must ensure that you have a lawful basis to do so. This does not mean that you will always have to obtain that person’s consent. For example, you might be able to lawfully share another person’s data to us if such disclosure is necessary for the purposes of your legitimate interests (e.g. the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims). For further information on when and how you can lawfully disclose personal data, please see the Information Commissioner’s Office Guide to the General Data Protection Regulation.