Cognitive Publishing is committed to protecting the privacy of all data submitted to Cognitive Publishing, received via email, through our websites, via fax, or supplied in any other format. The following is a guide to the types of information we gather and some of the ways we use it to carry out our business activities.
General information collection
We collect information on companies and individuals to enable us to provide our customers and readers with tailor-made content and services. We aim to maintain at all times relevant and accurate information on our clients and readers. The information we collect is provided to us via newsletter or magazine subscriptions, registration to our website or registration to any other service we offer.
We also collect information on clients and business associates (for both current and potential future business). This may include any information supplied to us in the form of publicity materials, press releases etc. We may also receive information from other sources and add it to information previously provided to us.
The information we will typically collect is general contact information (name, e-mail, phone number etc.) and demographic
We may use this information as part of marketing campaigns or as potential recipients of Cognitive Publishing’s products, for example, as subscribers to a specific magazine. All information is held securely and we take appropriate security measures to protect against unauthorized external access to or unauthorized alteration or destruction of data.
All individuals are entitled under the Data Protection Act 1998 to access to any personal information stored by us. All such requests must be made in writing to Cognitive Publishing Ltd. Please note that there will be a £10 administration fee charged for the retrieval
Information supplied for publication
Any information, concerning any company or individual, supplied for publication in any of Cognitive Publishing’s products, for example in any of our magazines, websites, or other publications, is assumed to be accurate and approve for print. The party submitting copy acknowledges full responsibility for copyright clearance and accepts complete legal liability for all materials supplied.
A copy of all our publications, and all other related materials and information is securely archived. All artwork and original copy is
Communication with Cognitive Publishing
For administration purposes, we may keep a record of any correspondence received and sent by the company, whether this communication is via fax, email, letter or otherwise. Telephone conversations may be recorded.
Any financial or credit information given to Cognitive Publishing Ltd will be held and used for billing purposes only. All transactions carried out on our websites are carried out on a secure server using the PayPal payment system.
We keep a log of web statistics for administrative purposes. This includes, but is not restricted to: the number of time a user logs on
Any personal information posted on any of our websites becomes public information for which we are not responsible.
Cognitive Publishing has no control, and as such can accept no responsibility, over external links from any of our websites.
Correcting or updating information
Any individual or company can request for information to be changed or deleted from our records, or can make changes to the services or products to which they are currently subscribed. All requests should be made in writing to Cognitive Publishing Ltd. Please allow a reasonable amount of time for this request to be processed and for our files to be updated.
Any queries relating to this policy should be made to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Written requests and all further enquiries should be made to:
Cognitive Publishing Ltd