- In St. Joseph of Cluny website we respect your privacy and take the measurements needed to comply with the Irish and European current legislation (The Data Protection Acts 1988 & 2003 (“The Acts”) and Statutory Instrument Number 336 of 2011 European Communities (Electronic Communications Networks and Services)(Privacy and Electronic Communications) Regulations 2011 (“SI 336/2011”).
By visiting our websites (http://clunykilliney.ie/blog/ and http://pastpupils.clunykilliney.ie/ ), you accept the terms contained in this Privacy Statement. If you do not agree with these terms, you should not use our websites.
- Your details when using our websites.
When using our websites, we will collect personal information only if you choose to give it. When you choose to send us any personal details, they will be used only for the purpose intended and clearly explained to you, before you submit them to us.
For instance, if you use our contact form to email us, you will be asked to enter your name and email address, which would be necessary to reply to you in a timely and effective manner.
- We will not pass on any details to any third party without explicit consent from you.
For instance, in our website http://pastpupils.clunykilliney.ie/ there is a directory only accessible to registered users, where the name, email address and other details are displayed.
The purpose of this directory is to facilitate past pupils of St. Joseph of Cluny to get back in touch with old schoolmates. Before you are able to access the directory and before your details are added to the directory, you will have to give your permission and accept the Terms and Conditions displayed during the registration process.
Other than in this directory, your details will not be visible, nor will they be passed on to any third party, except in the case where we are required to do so by law.
Once you are registered on our website, you always retain the right to have your details amended or deleted. If you wish us to amend or delete your details, please contact us at email@example.com with your request. Please allow 7 days for your request to be processed.
Cookies are small files that are stored in your device (computer, smartphone, mobile phone or other equipment used to use a website) that provide the functionality needed for most advanced options.
For instance, if you are visiting an online store, a cookie file will be placed in your device, to “remember” which items you add to your basket, while navigating the online shop. Once you go to the “check out” section, the “cookie” information is pulled to present you with the final list of products you want to purchase.
Cookies might be used to keep track of trends while using our websites. The information collected is anonymous, and we use it to get a general overview of how our websites are doing and how we can make them better. For instance, which areas are most visited, which areas might be more difficult to navigate for our visitors, and so on.
- Links to external websites.