We take your privacy seriously. We only collect what’s absolutely necessary on our website to ensure a great experience and continued improvement on our end. Any data you entrust us with is stored securely and never shared with third parties unless we have your consent first.
This page provides information on how information collected by our website during your visit is processed. This notice is provided pursuant to Section 13 of EU Regulation no. 679/2016. This notice is addressed to all who interact via the web services provided by Host Logic, accessed via the internet means through the address host-logic.co.uk and only applies to this website and no others via following links.
Data controller and Data Protection Officer (DPO)
You are entitled to view, amend, or delete the personal information that we hold. Email your request to our Data Protection Officer:
What data we may collect from you and how that data is used
Our website collects information as part of its normal connectivity to the internet, which includes personal information such as IP address, domain names of the computers of users visiting the website, the addresses of requested resources and the time of request, size of the request, as well as some information about the requesting device (browser, operating system and version, screen size, etc.).
Server access logs which are used to investigate performance and investigate performance issues are stored within the host provider in directories which are not accessible via this website’s URL (host-logic.co.uk). We use server logs in the following ways:
- To ensure all links to our site are functioning as designed and correct any broken links which would result in a 404 page.
- Please note that the said data may be used for investigations directed at identifying any persons responsible for actions classed as computer crime, which are detrimental to the Host Logic’s website or linked websites. If no such investigations are conducted, the data relative to web contacts is automatically destroyed in a few days.
Analytical data is sent to Google during the time you visit each page. Anonymous analytical data is sent to Google and used in the following ways:
- Gather analytical data to gauge content performance, clicks on marketing links on other sites and improve our users’ experience by optimising content and the site for the device types that are accessing the site most often.
When you voluntarily send an email to any of the addresses on our website (@host-logic.co.uk), this implies the acquisition of certain items of personal data from you, including your email address, necessary for response to your request.
A cookie is a small piece of data sent from a website and stored on the user’s computer by the user’s web browser while the user is browsing.
Although cookies have a wide range of uses, we only rely on them to improve your browsing experience on our site by remembering your preferences, and to allow our analytics suite to provide some insight into how people are using our site. This information is generally retained for less than 30 days.
How your data is processed and security measures to protect it
Personal data is processed by Host Logic employees and collaborators by means of automated and non-automated equipment. It is processed only for no longer than is required to fulfil tasks for which the said data was collected. Conformity with specific security measures is ensured in order to prevent data losses, illicit or incorrect use, and unauthorised access.
Host Logic does not knowingly use its website to request data from minors or persons of less than 18 years of age.
The user’s consent
According to regulations, the Host Logic website is not obliged to request consent for first-party technical and analytical Cookies, as they are necessary in order to provide the services requested. They are therefore installed automatically by the Website during the user’s first visit to any page of the portal.
For other types of Cookie, consent is requested via a pop-up banner on the bottom of the site upon first visit. The user’s preference is stored on that computer for up to 30 days or until cookies are deleted, after which the banner will reappear.
You can find further information at http://www.allaboutcookies.org/. To delete Cookies from the internet browser of your smartphone/tablet, you should refer to the device’s user manual, and visit the help option in your computer’s browser to remove cookies from your browser.
You can read more about specific third-party services used on our website at:
- Google services: https://policies.google.com/technologies/cookies
Additional questions can be made to our Data Protection Officer: