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Kingsbarns Distillery – Trading name of Kingsbarns Company of Distillers Limited SC359078– Privacy Notice

This Privacy Notice provides details of the personal data we collect from you, what we do with it, how you might access it and who it might be shared with.

Our Contact Information (Data Controller)

Kingsbarns Company of Distillers Limited

4 Melville Crescent

Edinburgh

EH3 7JA

Telephone: 0131 226 3445

Company Email: info@kingsbarnsdistillery.com

 

What we do with your personal data?

 

We process personal data only for the purpose for which they are collected. The purpose is dependent on whether you use only our website, or additionally, our services (Our online shop, contact us form or mailing list signup).

 

If you use our services you are required to register and we collect your personal data. We use this personal data for the provision of the service or the performance of the contract. We may use your personal data for other similar purposes, including marketing and communications, but that will only occur in the case we have your consent or another legal justification for doing so.

 

From our Customers / Clients we process and retain personal data for the following purposes and periods, with the applicable legal basis.

Processing purpose       

Legal basis

Retention period

Communications/ marketing

we have the data subject’s consent               

Until consent withdrawn

Customer support

we have a contract with the data subject

Until service completed

Sales and Distribution of Products and Services

we have a contract with the data subject      

Until contract completed

 

 

 

What personal data do we collect?

 

The personal data we collect depends on whether you just visit our website or use our services. If you visit our website, you do not need to provide us with any personal data. However, your browser transmits some data automatically, such as the date and time of retrieval of one of our web pages, your browser type and settings, your operating system, the last web page you visited, the data transmitted and the access status, and your IP address.

 

If you use our services, personal data is required to fulfil the requirements of a contractual or service relationship, which may exist between you and our organization.

 

We may collect:

 

Confidential Correspondence

Email

Name

Address

Online Identifiers

Telephone contact details

 

Who might we share your personal data with?

 

To maintain and improve our services, your personal data may need to be shared with or disclosed to service providers, other Controllers or, in some cases, public authorities. We may be mandated to disclose your personal data in response to requests from a court, police services or other regulatory bodies. Where feasible, we will consult with you prior to making such disclosure and, in order to protect your privacy, we will ensure that we will disclose only the minimum amount of your information necessary for the required purpose.

 

When a Processor or Controller is in a country outside the EU, we will/shall apply the necessary safeguards which may include, confirming whether the EC approves of transfers to the country, whether we need to use the EC’s model contracts or, if the transfer is internal to our organisation, commitment to Binding Corporate Rules. Details of these safeguards if applicable may be obtained by contacting us directly.

 

How do we look after personal data?

 

We limit the amount of personal data collected only to what is fit for the purpose, as described above. We restrict, secure and control all of our information assets against unauthorised access, damage, loss or destruction; whether physical or electronic. We retain personal data only for as long as is described above, to respond to your requests or longer if required by law. If we retain your personal data for historical purposes we ensure that the personal data cannot be used further. While in our possession, together with your assistance, we try to maintain the accuracy of your personal data.

 

How can you access your personal data?

 

You have the right to request access to any of your personal data we may hold. If any of that information is incorrect, you may request that we correct it. If we are improperly using your information, you may request that we stop using it or even delete it completely.

 

 

If you would like to make a request to see what personal data of yours we might hold, you may write to us at the above address or contact info@kingsbarnsdistillery.com

 

Where it may have been necessary to get your consent to use your personal data, at any moment, you have the right to withdraw that consent. If you withdraw your consent, we will cease using your personal data without affecting the lawfulness of processing based on consent before your withdrawal.

 

Our Supervisory Authority

 

You have the right to lodge a complaint with any Supervisory Authority. See our Supervisory Authority contact details below

 

The Information Commissioners Office (ICO). The UK’s independent authority, set up to uphold information rights in the public interest, promoting openness by public bodies and data privacy for individuals.

 

https://ico.org.uk/global/contact-us/email/

 

Information about cookies on www.kingsbarnsdistillery.com/terms-and-conditions/

The law regarding cookies

The original EU legislation that became known as the “E-Privacy Directive” was published in 2003. It was concerned quite widely with the protection of privacy in the electronic communications sector. In 2009 the Directive was amended by Directive 2009/136/EC that included a requirement to seek consent for cookies.

 

The EU Directive became law in the UK on 26 May 2011. The ICO (Information Commissioners Office) is responsible for enforcing it in the UK and decided that enforcement would commence from 26 May 2012. As a result of the changes to the law, website owners must now:

 

Tell site visitors that the cookies are there; explain to site visitors what the cookies are doing; and obtain the consent of site visitors to store a cookie on their computer or device.

 

The ICO advises that website owners take steps to ensure that their users are properly informed about the cookies used by their website. We acknowledge this advice and have therefore put together this Cookie Policy. In doing so we have followed guidelines issued by authorities on the subject of best practice, including the International Chamber of Commerce UK Cookie Guide, which can be located at www.international-chamber.co.uk

What are cookies?

A cookie is a piece of information that a website stores on the website browser on your computer. The browser sends the information back to the website to enable the website to recognise the user.

 

Cookies include information such as the lifetime and expiry date of the cookie, the domain the cookie has come from and an identifier – for example, a random unique number.