Privacy Policy

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Thank you for visiting our website www.wowchurch.org.uk

We are delighted to have the opportunity to interact with you and want to ensure your privacy and safety whilst using Without Walls Church. Below is some information about the types of information we might collect, how we may use that information and whether we disclose that information to anyone.

By visiting our site you are accepting, without modification, this privacy policy. If you do not agree to any portion of this privacy policy, then please exit the site. We reserve the right to change, modify, add or delete the terms of our privacy policy from time to time without further notice. Your continued use of the site following the posting of changes to this privacy policy mean you agree to the new terms.

We take appropriate technical and organisational measures to keep your data safe.  We do use ‘cloud-based’ applications to process some types of personal data and data may be stored outside of the European Economic Area.  Where this happens our suppliers have their own Privacy Policy to ensure measures are in place to make sure that your data is secure.

What Information We Collect and How We Use It

We collect information through ‘traffic data’. We collect and store certain other information automatically whenever you interact with the Site. For example, we collect your Email address, username, IP address, browser information and reference site domain name every time you visit the Site. We also collect information regarding user-traffic patterns and site usage. This information is used to analyse and improve WOWChurch and to provide our users with a better experience.

Sharing Your Information

Except as disclosed in this Privacy Statement, we do not sell trade, rent, or otherwise retransmit any Personally Identifiable Information we collect online unless we have your permission. We may use things from chat conversations or emails in our marketing and promotion – when we do so we will never disclose the identification of the person who made the comments and will try to ensure that the general public will not be able to identify the person who made the comments from anything we publish unless we have obtained specific permission from the individual concerned.

Emergency Situations

We’ll never pass any of this information on to any other organisation, except in the following situations:

  • If we receive a call about acts of terrorism or bomb warnings
  • If we receive a court order requiring us to share information
  • You threaten the safety of our volunteers
  • You compromise the delivery of our service, for example by making it difficult for other people to get through
  • You directly ask us to pass on information about you to someone else
  • You are in a situation which has or could cause you harm, you have given us information that identifies you and you are unable to make decisions for yourself.  This applies to all young people under 13, and in some circumstances to older children and adults.  If we are worried about this situation, we will always talk to you about it first.
  • If you provide information that identifies someone who has caused harm or says they are going to cause harm to a child or vulnerable adult.

Children and Privacy

Our Website is not intentionally targeted to children under the age of 13. If you are under the age of 13 you should only visit the Site under the immediate supervision of a parent or guardian.

Governing Law/Assignment

The Site is published in the United Kingdom and intended for users from the United Kingdom. This policy shall be governed by and construed and enforced in accordance with the laws of the United Kingdom

Links to Other Web Sites

We can’t guarantee the accuracy or reliability of any other websites we link to – so please be cautious and vigilant before relying on anything you see there.

Contact Us

For more information about your rights and your personal data, please contact our Data Controller via Email ([email protected]) or visit Safe Church guidelines on the Southwark Diocese.

 

May 2018

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