activelink.ie: use of material - privacy

GDPR Statement

We do not collect any personal information on visitors to this website, other than their email addresses and names (optional), should they decide to subscribe to our email bulletins, or information submitted voluntarily via contact form(s). Anonymised email addresses are accepted, and our subscription process has always been by double opt-in. We keep minimal contact information on our advertisers, just what is necessary in order for us to provide our service and issue invoices. Please contact info@activelink.ie or call us during Irish business hours on +353-1-6677326 to request either a copy of, or the deletion of, any data that we hold on you.

Your privacy is our priority

Activelink respects and protects the privacy of its users and visitors. This statement explains how we gather, use and disseminate personal information at this website.

This web site is developed and managed by Hyperlink Ltd. Our postal address is:

Hyperlink Ltd t/a Activelink, 2-4 Merville Road, Stillorgan, Co. Dublin, A94 E3F8, Ireland.

We can be reached by email at info@activelink.ie and by telephone at +353-1-6677 326.

Our web server automatically records each visitor's IP address, the pages/resources that they viewed, and what site referred them to here if they clicked on a link (such as from a Google search), but not their e-mail address. This is standard information logged by most web servers.

This information helps us generate broad demographic statistics on what types of organisation are visiting the site and which pages they visit.

Our web content management software records search data and it will record email addresses if they are given in contact forms. The search data is aggregated to help us understand the wishes of visitors to our site more thoroughly, and the email addresses are used for legitimate contact purposes. We will never send you unsolicited emails due to your use of this web site. We do not track the delivery of, or usage of, our email bulletins. We do not use link-trackers in our email bulletins.

We utilise Google Analytics to analyse the way that our visitors interact with this Web site, and we regularly use information that we glean from that service to improve the performance and usability of Activelink. See this page for more information: How Google uses data when you use our partners' sites or apps

Google makes a Web browser add-in available to people who would rather not be 'seen' by their Analytics - it is available via this page: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout

Cookies

A 'cookie' is text stored by your web browser that can be used for tracking and other purposes. While Activelink does not directly use cookies to track you, Google Analytics does. We may however make use of non-persistent cookies to assist you in your short-term use of this site. Such non-persistent cookies do not contain any personally identifying information and are set to expire automatically.

This web site will function if you have disabled cookies or Javascript or both, though it may look quite different.

Do we share personal information?

The information we gather is not sold, given to, or otherwise shared with other organisations for commercial or any other purposes, unless we are ordered to by an Irish court of law.

All we might share with other organisations, are aggregated statistics, none of which include personally identifiable information.

This site is designed for community and voluntary organisations, charities, non-profit organisations / associations, NGOs, people interested or involved in the activities of the 'non-profit sector', mainly in Ireland.

Links

This web site links to many other web sites. We are not responsible for the privacy practices or the content on these sites. Nor do we guarantee that these sites and their content are still available.

SSL encryption

Activelink uses SSL/TLS encryption to serve this website. We use Let's Encrypt security certificates that are recognised by all modern web browsers.

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