GDPR Statement

GDPR Statement

In order for me to comply with the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which came into force on 25 May 2018 – and replaces the existing Data Protection Act – I need your permission to continue sending you communications by email.

If you registered with me, or renewed an existing subscription, after 1 March 2018, then you will have already opted in by clicking on the box on the registration form.

If you start a new registration, or renew or change one at anytime, you will be asked to opt-in on the registration form.

If you are a member of a group account, then you gave permission to your group’s owner to pass your details on to me. But I would still like you to complete the Opt-In form.

So, the only members who won’t have opted-in are those who took out a Free membership, or who joined a group account, before 1 March 2018. I have provided the opt-in form at the bottom of this page for that group of people to complete their opt-in.

What is the GDPR and how does if affect my relationship with you?

The GDPR became law on 25 May 2018 and is intended to extend additional protection to individuals and their data, providing greater control and transparency over how data is used and stored.

By opting-in you consent for me to contact you solely for the purposes providing information about your account, such as reminders of expiry notices, reset password requests. I will never send you unrelated communications, and under no circumstances – other than for the due process of law – will I ever pass your data to a third party.

Even after opting-in, you can choose to opt-out at any time by choosing HELP>CONTACT ME and letting me know that you want me to end your membership and to delete you from my files.

To be completed by everyone who took out an Individual – Free membership, or who joined a group account, before 1 March 2018:

Last updated 25 May, 2018