Datacentre Times is published and owned by Synonym Limited, a company registered in the United Kingdom.
Privacy is something we take very seriously. At present, and for the forseeable future we will not ask you to register to use this site. We will not put any cookies or any other code onto your computer in order to track or record who you are or what you do.
At a later date, we may introduce features that require registration in order to access content. We may also use links to a third party content provider who require you to register in order to receive content. Whenever this occurs, you will be told. Where that information is gathered by Datacentre Times, Online-Mags, Synonym Limited or any related business, we will be responsible for your data and will treat it in accordance with the information below. Where that data is gathered by a third party, responsibility for the handling and management of that data passes to them.
Personally Identifiable Data (PID)
When we gather PID we will tell you exactly what we are gathering. You have the right, under UK law, to demand the disclosure of any data we hold on you and to have that data corrected, where it is wrong, or deleted entirely. If the content you wish to access requires us to gather your data, then you also accept that removal of your data from our system will terminate your access to any such content.
Tracking User Activity
At this time we are not using cookies to track user activity but we will be supplied with information by the hosting company with regard to access to our website. That information will be limited to the IP Address stored by the hosting company when a connection is made. This information allows us to tell advertisers the number of visitors, how often an IP address connects to the site and what geographical locations connections are coming from.
All advertisements on our website are provided through our own webservers but some advertisers may ask us to redirect anyone clicking on an advert. If that happens, we cannot be responsible for any information that the external website may gather or how it uses that information.
If you have any further questions on this subject please email our Privacy address and we will try to answer any other questions you may have.