Iron Maids is committed to protecting your privacy. It’s very important to us and we respect anyone’s concerns about maintaining it. This statement tells you how and why we use your information.
A cookie is a very small text file that is placed on your hard drive by the server of a web page you visit. It is an individual label, which identifies you as a visitor – it cannot deliver viruses.
Some of our cookies may be generated automatically by the software we used to create parts of the site. Others are simply used to save time by automatically filling in any forms that you have already filled in. If you want to change any details you can simply type over any text. In the future, we may use cookie files to help personalise the site and help you experience it in the way that suits you best.
Iron Maids may gather the following information in aggregate for:
Operating System (OS) eg:
IP Address eg:
Internet Service Provider (ISP) eg:
This is to provide numbers of people visiting the website.
Certain portions of this website may in the future require you to register before you can access them. We will use the information you provide to fulfil your enquiry. Registration would be entirely voluntary. However if you do not wish to register, you will be unable to access these restricted areas.
Links to Iron Maids
Iron Maids is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of any other websites linked to this site. If you have followed a link from the website to another website you may be supplying information to a third party yourself.
Iron Maids does not sell, trade or rent your personal information to others. This information will not be disclosed to any third party without your consent unless required by law.
The Data Protection Act allows you to have access to information held about you and, where appropriate, to have it corrected or deleted. There is a maximum charge of £10 for providing a copy. Visitors to our website responding to advertisements should satisfy themselves that they know how their personal information will be used.
The Data Protection Act 1998 has been replaced by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Data Protection Act 2018. For the latest guidance on data protection law, please see ICO’s Guide to the GDPR.
If you have any further queries about GDPR and privacy please contact us.