Effective from: 29 May 2019
The legal entity responsible for the processing of your personal data via this website is Taur Productions Ltd., a limited company registered in England. The company number registered at Companies House is 05761212.
Who we are
Taur Productions is an IT services company and a digital content creator. (www.taurproductions.com). We can be contacted at the following mailing address:
Taur Productions Ltd
98 Woodlands Road
Any questions regarding data protection should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Websites within scope for this policy
Taur Productions (www.taurproductions.com)
This website is based in the UK.
Collection of personal data
The legitimate purpose of the collection of personal data is to permit the provision of IT services, permit the production of creative and journalistic content, to ensure the security and safe operation of the website and to manage communications with you. Personal data used in the above ways may be collected in several ways:
- Press releases
- Email contact
- Telephone contact
- Social media
As we also produce creative and journalistic content, Article 85 of the European GDPR legislation may also apply.
Personal data collected
In order to facilitate the provision of our services and to manage any communications required to complete that task, we collect some or all of the following:
- Contact address
- Email address
- Website address
- Telephone number
- Social media contact details
- Browser type and version
- Geolocation data
- Operating system version
- IP address used for connection
- Time of connection
Storage of personal data
Taur Productions is a UK based organisation.
A cloud service provider is used to deliver the Taur Productions website. All processing to provision the Taur Productions website is within the EU.
A cloud service provider is also used for email. This cloud service provider is compliant with both GDPR and EU-US Privacy Shield requirements.
Security of personal data
There are procedural and security controls in place to protect personal data
All databases and content used in the production of the website are located in secure data centres and the databases use at rest encryption. All access to the website uses TLS encryption (HTTPS). Email is also accessed using TLS encryption (HTTPS).
This privacy statement can be amended in the future to reflect changes in the law and will be reviewed annually.
Retention of personal data
Taur Productions shall retain personally identifiable information only as long as reasonably necessary to provide the website and its other services to you or as otherwise required for legal compliance purposes (such as tax records). Taur Prouductions’s retention policy is as follow:
- Personal data provided through contact forms or email - 2 years after responding to your request
- Job Application Data - 3 months after the end of the application procedure
- Support - 1 year after termination of the support agreement unless otherwise specified in the contract
As part of the provision of our services, we may act as a data processor for other organisations that are data controllers for your personal data. In such cases, an appropriate agreement will be in place to ensure that only authorised processing of your personal data takes place by us.
Your rights as a data subject
A data subject is you in case you were wondering. As an EU based data subject whose personal information we hold, you have certain rights. If you are an EU citizen and wish to exercise any of these rights, please email email@example.com or use the form on the Contact page of the website to contact us. To process your request, we will ask you to provide two valid forms of identification for verification purposes.
If you are an EU citizen and you have a data protection complaint, please contact us in writing or by using the email address provided above. All complaints will be treated in a confidential manner. If you are unsatisfied with our handling of your data, or about any complaint that you have made to us about our handling of your data, you are entitled to escalate your complaint to a supervisory authority within the European Union. For the United Kingdom, this is the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), who is also our lead supervisory authority.
Last updated: 29 May 2019