Privacy Policy

For the sake of completeness and transparency I’ve included my Privacy Policy below. It’s quite short and sweet.

General

This is the website of Red Cardinal Ltd. Red Cardinal Ltd is registered in Ireland (No. 375725) whose Registered Address is 7 Rectory Meadows, Edendery, County Offaly, Ireland.

All enquiries regarding privacy issues can be made to Red Cardinal Ltd. via:

  • Email: [info] [at] [redcardinal] [dot] [ie], or
  • Phone: +353 1 440 7484

At all times the privacy of visitors to this site will be paramount. If you have any questions at all about these policies, please contact me.

What information is collected on this site

If you choose to comment on this blog, your name, website address (optional) and email address will be collected. Only your name and website address (if submitted) will be published. Your email address will never be divulged to third parties.

Your email address is used to send you follow-up comments if you choose that option when commenting. If at any point you wish to remove your details from this mailing list then please contact me and I will make the required changes to the database.

Cookies

Cookies are used throughout this site to track aggregate user data. Cookies are also used to identify users who have commented previously if the “remember me” checkbox was selected.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is simply a small text file that is temporarily stored on your computer to establish a session between your browser and the server as you use this website.

Why are cookies used?

Cookies in order to allow visitors to make multiple comments without having to re-type their personal details. The cookie information is not linked to any personally identifiable information that you provide to us. If you wish you can control whether your browser accepts cookies or not using the options settings. If you reject cookies, you may still use this site.

Cookies are also used by the Third Party Statistics software (Google Analytics) to help identify usage patterns. This data is used so that the user experience can be improved over time.

Log files collected

This website, as with most others, collects and stores log files. These files contain data including, but not limited to, IP addresses, user agent strings, ISP information, referral data, client and operating system information and timestamps.

This information is collected only in aggregate form and does not link behavior to individual users or personally identifiable information. This information is used in much the same way as the tracking data derived from our statistics package – to monitor and improve the overall user experience on this website.

Sharing information

This is a big no-no. No information about users of this site will ever be shared with third parties (unless compelled by law). Your information will never be sold to anyone.

External links

Occasionally this website may contain links to other sites. These links do not represent an endorsement or affiliation implied or otherwise with the target sites in question. Please note that this Privacy Policy does not extend beyond this domain (www.redcardinal.ie) and applies solely to information collected by this website.

Security policy

The appropriate security measures are in place to protect against the loss, misuse or alteration of information that is collected from you on this website.

Notification of changes

Any changes to this privacy policy will be posted to this privacy statement. If you are concerned about how your information is used, you should check back at our website periodically, policy changes will be posted to this website to notify you of these changes and only data collected from the time of the policy change forward will be used for the new purposes . If you are concerned about how your information is used, you should check this website page

periodically.

Breahces

This website is governed by the Data Protection Acts 1998 & 2005. If you feel that this site is not following its stated information policy, you may contact me at the above addresses or phone number. You may also address any concerns related to breaches of the Data Protection Acts 1998 & 2005 to the Office of The Data Protection Commissioner – http://www.dataprotection.ie.

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