Web site privacy statement
When you connect to our website (www.narm.org.uk) we collect data from you about your visit. This includes your IP address, the time of your visit, which parts of our website you visit or download. If you choose to share any personal information with us, we may store it and use it for research and marketing purposes but we will not sell or disclose your information to other companies.
Other than our register of members, NARM does not maintain a mailing database, nor do we send out newsletters or other marketing communications whether online or by post.
Contact Data and right to be forgotten
If you contact us, by post or electronically, we will maintain your contact details for at least as long as is needed to conclude any ongoing business with you and for up to 5 years. If you would like your details to be deleted from our records (right to be forgotten) please let us know by emailing us at email@example.com.
NARM has relationships with reputable industry-related companies and associations that allow visitors to the NARM web site to link directly to sites operated by these organisations. We choose these companies carefully. However, NARM is not responsible for the content or privacy practices of third party web sites that may be linked to this site. These links are meant for the user’s convenience only and do not constitute sponsorship, endorsement or approval by NARM of the content, policies or practices of such sites nor any products or services which may be offered through that site.
If you have any concerns about this policy or would like further information about how we process personal information, please contact NARM at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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