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MTA know how much you care about the way your Personal Data is used. We are committed to protecting the integrity and confidentiality of your information and act in a careful, sensible manner in compliance with the Data Protection Act 1998. We appreciate the trust you place in us.
Personal Data does not include information such as data, messages, text, graphics, images, photos, video, sounds, profiles, works of authorship and any other materials that have been posted on to our website.
All Personal Data collected by this website is in the control of Sarah Austin, Secretary of the MTA and owner of Vivid Business Ltd t/a Vivid Websites.
When submitting a form or paying for membership services on this website, the submitted data is sent to us. We use this data to contact you in relation to your enquiry. Access to data we collect is limited to the members of our group who require that data to perform their duties.
We will not share your Personal Data with third parties without having obtained your permission. We will only disclose your personal information, without your permission or notice, if required to do so by law or in the good faith believe that such action is necessary to:
Monitoring or recording of your calls, emails, and other communications does not currently, but may take place in accordance with UK law, and in particular for business purposes, such as for quality control and training, and in order to prevent or detect crime.
Last Updated: 29th October 2012
As of May 26th 2012 the UK Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations came into force.
Under the regulations more2moordown.com is required to make available information about all cookies we use on our website, including those set by external tools such as Google Analytics.
Cookies are small files placed on your computer's hard drive by websites, they help websites to analyse web traffic or recognise your computer when you visit a particular site.
Cookies can allow web applications to tailor content to suit your needs by remembering your likes, dislikes and preferences - such as the way sites like Amazon and eBay suggest items that you might be interested in based on what you have looked at previously.
Cookies can also be used to track the number of visitors to a website, the time they spent on the site and the pages they looked at.
The information gathered by Google Analytics helps us to improve our site and tailor it to our customers' needs.
Google servers automatically record the page requests made when you visit our site. These “server logs” typically include your web request, Internet Protocol address*, browser type, browser language, the date and time of your request and one or more cookies that may uniquely identify your browser.
We only use this information for statistical analysis purposes, we cannot recognise you from the records we hold and cannot access your computer or any information about you. You can find out more about the tool we use for this and how it works on the Google Analytics website.
*Internet Protocol (IP) address
Every computer connected to the Internet is assigned a unique number known as an Internet protocol (IP) address. Since these numbers are usually assigned in country-based blocks, an IP address can often be used to identify the country from which a computer is connecting to the Internet.
Analytics - Google provides anonymised data about the visits made to our website (explained above).
More info: www.google.com/policies/privacy
Social Sharing - Facebook store cookies which allow the Facebook “Like” social sharing functionality but only if you click on the Facebook “Like” button on our website.
More info: www.facebook.com/about/privacy
Social Sharing - Twitter also store cookies which allow their social sharing functionality including the “Tweet” function and to generate usage information during your visit to our website.
More info: twitter.com/privacy
If you are concerned about cookies from this or any other website you may want to adjust the privacy settings in your internet browser. By doing this you can withdraw your consent for websites to upload cookies to your computer.
Most internet browsers automatically accept (or 'consent' to) cookies, but you can usually change your browser settings to decline cookies if you prefer. Again, this may reduce your browsing experience but it gives you greater control over the cookies that are placed on your computer.
Here are some links to point you towards advice for the most popular internet browsers:
Mobile Safari - for iPhones etc
Netfront (pdf download)
Last Updated: 29th October 2012