Diversified Business Communications UK Ltd aims to always show transparency and fairness in the collection and use of data, and to let individuals know for what purpose their data will be used. We aim to:
- Make it clear to individuals who register for our events, websites or publication subscriptions, for what purpose the information is held and that they can unsubscribe at any point.
- We will only hold data for a given period. If we have had no transaction or activity with a contact on our database, it will be deleted after a maximum of 5 years. This applies to all data, including: customers, staff, job candidates and any other information we hold on individuals.
- Information held is confidential and will be used only for the purpose it is intended and for which permission has been granted access to data to third parties unless permission has been granted).
- We must be able to show where we obtained our data from.
- All registration forms must explain that due to the rules, we need consent that our customers are happy to be contacted about directly relevant events, to be mailed a magazine, or to be contacted by email, post or phone. Individuals who register with us must be told that they can withdraw consent at any time.
- Visitors to events will, in addition, be informed via a sign at the entrance and a notice in the show guide, that by allowing an exhibitor or sponsor to scan their badge, or in any other way providing details, they are giving consent for that exhibitor or sponsor to contact them about their services. They may at any time contact the exhibitor or sponsor to withdraw consent.
- You may update information that you previously submitted, or request to be removed from our mailing list by sending an email to [email protected]
- Individuals will at any time have the right to require information about the data being held and processed about themselves, and Diversified Business Communications UK Ltd must respond to such a request within 28 days.
- We will only collect or process data where we believe there is a legitimate interest.
- All staff are trained to understand their obligations
This policy is under regular review and may be adapted pending legislative changes
Website Terms & Conditions
The access to and use of this website is subject to your agreement with these Terms and Conditions, which may be modified at any time without notice. The entire content of the website is the property of Diversified Business Communications UK Ltd (DBC UK) and is protected by copyright and other intellectual property laws. You acknowledge and agree that the Website and all its contents contain proprietary information that is protected by relevant intellectual property and other laws.
You acknowledge that marelec.co.uk are registered marks of DBC UK and that you may not use them without written permission from DBC UK. All other marks that appear throughout the website belong to DBC UK or the respective owners of such marks, and are protected by international copyright and trademark laws. Any use of any of the marks appearing throughout the website without the express written consent of DBC UK or the owner of the mark, as appropriate, is strictly prohibited.
Except as expressly authorised by DBC UK, you agree not to modify, copy, rent, lease, loan, sell, distribute or create derivative works based, in whole or in part, on the Websites. You further acknowledge and agree that the information and contents supplied on the Website by sponsors, advertisers and any other authorised third parties are protected by copyrights, trademarks, service marks, patents or other proprietary rights and laws. Contents may be displayed and printed for personal, informational and non-commercial use only. In this case, permission to use documents from our Websites is granted, provided all copyright and other proprietary rights notice appear. Any other copying, modification, redistribution, publication or retransmission is strictly prohibited without the express prior written consent of DBC UK.
These terms and conditions are governed by UK Law. You agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the UK Courts. If you have any questions, comments or concerns about our Terms and Conditions, please contact us at [email protected].
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