Cookies

This website uses cookies to store information within your web browser. Where possible we avoid storing any sensitive or tracking information in these cookies.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files used to provide or enhance the services we offer online. They are small files stored on your computer. We use them on this website to allow us to measure visitor numbers, and to enhance functionality in some areas. Our cookies do not contain any personal information about you. You can choose to refuse cookies. We encourage you to accept the cookies our website uses as they help us to improve the user experience for you.

To control cookies use the controls in your browser. A summary of these is available on the All About Cookies website: http://www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/

For more information on the law and cookies see the EU Cookie law page on the Information Commissioner’s Office website https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/guide-to-pecr/cookies/

Essential Cookies

These cookies ensure the website performs and you can use all of its features.

A full list is available on the WordPress cookies page: https://codex.wordpress.org/WordPress_Cookies

Information cookies

These cookies collect anonymous information about how a website visitor uses the website. They are anonymous and don’t collect any information that could identify you. The benefit of this is it allows us to see how the website performs and which bits people want to use.

A full list, including information cookies, is available on the WordPress cookies page: https://codex.wordpress.org/WordPress_Cookies

Google Analytics is used on this website and you can find out more on the Cookie Law website: http://www.cookielaw.org/google-analytics-eu-cookie-law/

Alternatively you can opt out of Google Analytics for all websites https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout

Website functions cookies

These cookies remember any preferences you might set when using the website. For example, if you set the text size and any customisation options. They can include commenting information on pages as well.

A full list of the relevant WordPress cookies is available on their cookies page: https://codex.wordpress.org/WordPress_Cookies

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Internet Advertising Bureau
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International Chamber of Commerce United Kingdom
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Privacy notice - website use

Waterloo 200 Limited is committed to protecting your privacy and security. This privacy notice explains how and why we may gather personal data in relation to your use of the www.ageofrevolution.org website and is intended to help ensure that you remain informed and in control of your information.

This policy relates to use of our websites only – further information on all other aspects of personal data Waterloo 200 Limited gathers and processes in the course of our activity is detailed in our Data Protection Policy which ensures we are fully compliant with best practice and 2018’s GDPR legislation.

First of all and very importantly – we will never sell any of your personal information to third parties.

Types of personal information we may gather

As you use this website there are two ways in which we may gather your personal information:

If you volunteer personal information by freely choosing to send us an email, telephone us, write a letter, direct message us on social media, add a comment to an article, use a ‘live chat’ facility, enter a competition or sign up for an email newsletter

Through the cookies that we use on our websites (see ‘Use of cookies’ section above)

How we may use your personal information

We undertake to:

Where we suggest you contribute information, including on ‘comment’ posts, for competitions, in newsletter sign-ups and by using cookies, we will always be clear on why we need that information and how it is to be used, to clearly inform your consent

Only use any personal information you give us for the specific purpose for which you volunteered it or our cookies have collected it

Not use your personal information for any other purposes without seeking your consent unless we need to use it to respond to a request to comply with a law or other regulation

Securely and safely process and store, updating and deleting when required and requested, your personal information according to current legislation and as set out in our Data Protection Policy.

If you have any concerns about this privacy notice or would like to contact us about any of your personal information we may hold please contact us by email at [email protected]