PRIVACY & COOKIES POLICY

Digital Labs regards the privacy of our clients and newsletter subscribers of paramount importance. Digital Labs is not in the business of making money by selling the data collected via our activities to any third parties.

To gain trust and confidence in us as a reputable business and the services that we offer, we will always safeguard the data of our clients with the highest standards and always aim to exceed industry best practice.

We will NEVER pass on data to any third parties. We DO NOT collect any personal information from the web site via the use of cookies. We may however, from time to time use session cookies to help us understand how site visitors as a whole interact with our web site. This may require the collection of an IP addresses. This IP address will not be used to identify individuals or corporations.

Opt-in email addresses to our newsletter, collected via the website or other means, will ONLY be used by Digital Labs as part of the newsletter programme. This programme is to allow us to keep our clients and other interested parties informed of relevant industry and Digital Labs news.

Subscribers will ALWAYS have the option to unsubscribe from our email newsletters. We aim to remove all unsubscribes within the shortest time possible, but this may take a couple of days.

Use of Cookies

Cookies are used to link your browser and computer to our server, which may require storing information on your hard drive for identification and tracking purposes. Cookies on this website are harmless to your computer. All data collected from cookies is completely anonymous.

How to block cookies on this website

For viewing and blocking cookies and other information about cookies, please visit http://www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/. To opt out of being tracked by Google Analytics across all websites please visit http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.