At BulldogClip we recognise the importance of your privacy. This policy outlines the information we collect, how we use it and how we safeguard your information.
When you access BulldogClip
When you access BulldogClip, your computer automatically sends us information such as the URL on our Website that you have visited, your IP address, your browser type and language, and the date and time of your request.Back to top
When you sign up to BulldogClip
BulldogClip collects personal information when you register on the Website. Presently BulldogClip only requires a valid email address from you. Your information will be stored confidentially by us and only used by BulldogClip in order to provide you with access to our products, services and information that we believe will interest you. Your personal details will never be passed on to any other companies or third parties including affiliates and will never be added to any third party mailing lists or databases unless you opt in to do so.
You have the option to also enter your own name and address and other details for the purposes of reproducing them on your documents. This is information entirely under your control. We will never access this nor pass it on to any third party.
BulldogClip may use information about our users in statistical aggregate form. This is non personal information and simply refers to information such as the number of registrations, traffic patterns and Website user trends.Back to top
When you contact us
If you contact us via email, your details and a history of the communication will be stored by us in order for us to deal with enquiries adequately and improve our customer support services.Back to top
What is personal information?
Personal information is information you provide to us which personally identifies you including your name, address and e-mail address.Back to top
What is non personal information
Non personal information is collected and recorded about users when they use the Website. This information is collected into groups so that it no longer reflects or represents any individual user and is used purely for statistical purposes. This information may include financial information.Back to top
If you have published your organisation publicly on any of our websites then we reserve the right to use your organisation name and logo in any of our marketing material. Marketing on our websites includes testimonials, case studies and publishing your organisation’s logo and contact details in our public directories.Back to top
What is an IP address?
Each Internet connection is identified by a unique address which is referred to as an IP address (Internet Protocol address).
An IP address is made up of four numbers, separated by dots, for example: 188.8.131.52. This address allows any website visitor to be identified with the co-operation of the relevant Internet Service Provider (ISP). In practice an ISP would not give out this information because they would be in breach of the Data Protection Act. You should be aware that it is technically possible to connect an IP with a user with the help of a court order and the relevant ISP.
Some ISPs publish the name of the company or individual who uses the connection which allows anyone to see who is using that IP from central registries held by R.I.P.E. and other Regional Internet Registries (RIR). You can check if your IP address is listed using the whois service provided by all RIRs.Back to top