This privacy notice discloses our UK privacy practices as they relate to GDPR and defines (i) what personal data we collect from clients, prospective clients and other individuals we interact with in a professional capacity as a provider of hormone health services, (ii) how we may use and share the data, (iii) how we treat it (iv) for how long we will keep it, and (v) your rights as they relate to personal data.
We are committed to ensuring that your personal data is held, processed and treated securely. We collect and handle all personal data in accordance with all relevant laws and regulations that manage data privacy, security and protection.
For the purposes of this policy, ‘personal data’ means information such as an individual’s name, contact details, address, professional biographical information and areas of interest. This information may be held either physically or electronically.
We reserve the right to update this policy as and when it becomes necessary. Please ensure you check back regularly to ensure you are fully aware of the most recent version of the policy.
Sections within this policy are as follows:
- How we may collect personal data
- What personal data may we collect, process and hold
- Cookies and information collected on our website
- How we may use your personal data
- How we may share your personal data
- Our commitment to data security and protection
- Other disclosures we may make
- The legal basis for processing personal data
- How long we will keep personal data
- Your rights as they relate to personal data
- Contacting the regulator
- Contacting us
1. How we may collect personal data
The personal data we collect and hold may have been obtained directly from you or from publicly available sources.
We may collect personal data through one or more of the following methods:
- If you register for one of our events
- If you email or call us with an enquiry
- If you share your details via our website
- If your information is on your employer’s or publisher’s website
- If you exchange your business card or contact details with a Prosek member of staff
- If you follow Minter et Al on one of our social media channels, or if your social media profile is publicly viewable
- If your information appears in an article, blog or publicly available newsletter
- If you have participated in a public broadcast
- If your information is contained on a media intelligence database or similar service provider
- Other publicly available sources
2. What personal data might we collect, process and hold
During the course of our professional activities, we may collect the following information:
- Contact details including email address, telephone number and profile details for social media platforms
- Job title
- Current employer’s name and address
- Employment history
- Educational history
- Any other information you may have provided to us
3. Cookies and information collected on our website