Myndflex is owned and managed by Perspectives Psychology Ltd. (“We”/”Us”/”Our”). Perspectives Psychology Ltd. (also referred to as PPL) is committed to respecting your (“You”/”Your”) privacy rights and wishes as a Myndflex service user and website (the Myndflex.co website, also referred to as “the site” and “the website”) visitor. Our policy and practices are in line with all laws concerning the protection of personal information, including the Data Protection Act 1998.
As a Myndflex user we will not collect any personal information about you except when it is specifically and knowingly provided by you.
Within the main, marketing website there are two types of personal information that is collected:
If you are signed up as an online toolkit user, additional information is collected and saved in order to enhance your development experience:
Users’ log files and IP address are automatically logged by our web server. IP addresses are used to administer the site and to collect broad demographic information about users’ interest in the website (number of visits, pages viewed etc) for aggregate use.
You may be contacted by PPL for marketing purposes where you have made a Myndflex enquiry to us (via email, phone or other) or where you have subscribed to one of our services (online toolkit, blog, discussion forum etc). You can opt out of receiving any marketing contact from us at any time. This can be done via the details or form provided on the Myndflex contact page. We do not disclose voluntarily provided details to third parties and neither do we sell any personal information.
Cookies are small text files, saved to your computer, and used to track your navigation around a website. In terms of Myndflex, cookies are not used on the marketing website. For registered toolkit users cookies are used to enable a better user experience. You have the option of disabling cookies by adjusting your browser settings, although some aspects of the toolkit functionality are likely to be adversely affected.
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