Only your identity details – names and email addresses – are held within this website -theviralcode.co.uk – framework for the purpose of you – the customer – being able to log in.
If I decide to run an email newsletter in the future – I am sure I will – and you decide to subscribe then your personal details will have been given voluntarily by your choice. You will be able to unsubscribe easily at any time. That data will be stored within an email autoresponder such as MailChimp or Aweber. Your details will be fully respected and will not be sold, lent or shared with any other third party. All correspondence will be by myself and myself alone and you will be able to unsubscribe at any time.
All of your personal data will be erased when you have requested that your membership to The Viral Code is terminated or any email subscriptions have been cancelled unless I am required to hold for a defined period set by law.
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Request access to your personal data. You will receive a copy of the personal data we hold about you and you can check that we are processing it on a lawful basis. As stated all we have here in theviralcode.co.uk are the details you used to register the account with which you use to login and access this membership website.
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Last amended 24th May 2018