DPI warns against Fraudulent E-mails.
DPI’s website, including all information and materials contained on it, is managed by DPI (company number: 2922108 charity no: 1037236), 11, Guilford Street, London WC1N 1DH
Please see the Contact section of this website to get in touch with DPI.
The Terms and Conditions is set out below:
What types of information do we collect and store?
We do not collect personal information (such as your name, address, phone number or e-mail address) on the DPI website unless you choose to provide it.
How do we use information collected?
Your personal information will be retained by DPI and its service providers in a secure environment, will be kept confidential, and will only be used in connection with the purposes for which it is submitted, or as otherwise explained on the DPI website or as necessary for us to comply with our legal obligations.
Sharing of your personal information
The information you provide will not be sold or rented nor will it be shared with third parties unless we have your permission, or are required to disclose the information by law or in the following circumstances:
- Hosting and processing: the DPI website is hosted by a third party service provider and therefore any personal details you submit through the DPI website may be processed by that third party service provider. We may also use other third parties to process your personal details. All of these third party services providers will process your personal information only on DPI’s behalf and will be bound by strict confidentiality conditions.
- Payment processing and fraud: Your card details may be disclosed to banks or relevant financial institutions to arrange payments. In the case of a suspected fraudulent transaction, your details may be further disclosed for the sole purpose of performing further checks (for example, disclosure to a credit checking agency).
The disclosure of your personal information discussed above may involve transfer of that information outside of the UK and European Union. Countries outside of the European Union, such as the United States, may not have data privacy laws as strong as those in force in the European Union.
A cookie is a text-only piece of information that a website transfers to your computer’s hard disk so that the website can remember who you are. A cookie will normally contain the name of the Internet domain from which the cookie has come, the “lifetime” of the cookie, and a value, usually a randomly generated unique number.
Users have the opportunity to set their devices to accept all cookies, to notify them when a cookie is issued, or not to receive cookies at any time. To prevent the download of cookies, or otherwise control how cookies are used on your computer, please read the help information supplied with your Internet browser software or go to: http://www.allaboutcookies.org
Access to your personal information
You may have rights of access to personal information that we hold about you, to correct that information or, in some circumstances, to object to our processing of your information, under data privacy law. If you wish to exercise any of these rights or have any questions about this policy, please contact:
11 Guilford Street
Or please email us at email@example.com