Mentions of ‘us’, ‘our’, or ‘we’ refer to https://fenture.co.uk. Mentions of ‘you’ or ‘your’ refer to you, the visitor to this website, located at https://fenture.co.uk. ‘Personal information’ refers to information which would identify you, or from which you can be identified. It is important to us at Fenture to protect your personal information, so we don’t give it away or sell it, and we have systems in place to protect it.
We collect personal information about you when you give it to us — usually when you fill in, complete, and submit an online form embedded in our website. We don’t collect your information from anywhere else, or from anyone else, under any circumstances.
We may also use ‘cookies’ — small pieces of data sent from websites to visitors’ computers via the web browser through which a visitor is accessing a website — so that upon return visits, any customizations you made to tailor our website for your own personal use will be maintained and remain consistent until such a time when you clear (delete) your browser cookies or use a different device (which isn’t synced via cloud services to your original device) to access our website. A cookie could track the information that you access online, and affect the display of advertisements on our website to reflect your preferences. Cookies do not necessarily collect information which can identify who you are — their purpose is more focused on building a profile of what you like. You have the freedom to change your browser settings or use anti-virus software to limit the ability of cookies to track your Internet usage. Should you wish to find our more about cookies, clicking here to read the related Wikipedia article could be a good starting point. There is also a ‘Simple English Wikipedia’ entry on cookies which is less dense in its technical language.
We use your personal information in an effort to tailor your experience of our products, services, and information specifically for you. We want to offer you products, services, and information that you want, not things you have little or no interest in.
We don’t, wouldn’t, and won’t give away, share, or sell your personal information. We will disclose your personal information if we are legally compelled to do so, or need to provide instruction to our professional advisors. In some cases, we may use another provider to deliver our products or services to you, and occasionally, they may require your personal information to complete the delivery process of those products or services. We will always require for them to use your data for that sole purpose, and then destroy it. For example, if you were to order a canvas print via our website featuring one of our aerial photographs, we would only ship the physical product to you via couriers whose privacy policies align with our own single-use clauses.
We may change the host of the Fenture website on occasion, in accordance with our requirements. This may mean that the information collected through our website ends up being hosted overseas. We strive to use reputable companies who have appropriate information protection policies to host this website.
LINKS & PUBLIC FORUMS
We have no control over the information accessed through links from our site to external Internet locations. Please remain aware and vigilant that you use external links at your own risk. If you post your personal information in a public forum or any external Internet location outside of https://fenture.co.uk and its pages (identified by our sitemap), we have no control over how it is used, and have no responsibility to protect it for you.
We use a third-party automatic response system to manage our mailing and subscriber lists. You have the freedom to update your details as a subscriber via the links sent in any email we send you.
Any concerns, feedback, or queries regarding the way we manage your personal information should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will take action to fix any problems, within reason and at our discretion. We may update this policy from time to time, to meet potential changes to our legal obligations.