Collection of personal data
On the site, we collect the following information:
- Company Name
The personal data that we collect is done so using the collection methods described below, in the ‘Collection forms and methods’ section and the sections thereafter.
What is a cookie?
The Bodet Group strives to improve its websites. These cookies can also be used for advertising purposes to grow the digital presence of the Bodet Group’s sites.
What cookies are used on the Bodet Group’s sites?
- First-party cookies
- Audience measurement cookies
In order to optimise the site in relation to visitor behaviour, the Bodet Group measures the number of visits, the number of pages viewed and the activity of each visitor on the sites using the Google Analytics statistics tool.
Your IP address is also collected to locate the town or city from which you are connecting. Once used, the IP address is then anonymised by replacing the last byte with zeros.
We cannot link any individual to any particular cookie ID. The personal data collected is not passed on to any third parties or used for any other purposes.
Any internet user may choose to reject cookies and statistical analysis after visiting a Bodet Group site. To do so, you can configure your browser (e.g. via the ‘Preferences’ or ‘Security’ menus depending on your browser) so that you can decide whether or not you want to accept cookies. However, in this case, please note that some features of your browser may no longer be available.
Collection forms and methods:
Your personal data is collected via the following methods:
- Contact form
- Callback request form
- Project request form
- Online demonstration request form
- Employee Engagement Guide request form
Right to object and right to withdraw consent
We are committed to offering you a right to object and to withdraw your consent to the use of your personal data. The right to object refers to the option offered to internet users to refuse the use of their personal data for certain purposes stated at the time of collection.
The right to withdraw consent means the option offered to internet users to request that their personal data no longer be included, for example, on a mailing list.
You may exercise your rights (omission, rectification, objection, etc.) to your data that we process. Such requests should be sent to the following address:
4 Sovereign Park
Hertfordshire HP2 7DA
We are committed to acknowledging the right to access and rectify for data subjects who wish to consult, edit or even delete the information concerning them.
The personal data that we collect is stored in a secure environment. The people who work for us are required to protect the privacy of your data.