Eight Ninths Ltd takes privacy and the use of personal information very seriously. We do collect personal information, for example, contact details from individuals including inquirers, potential clients, actual clients, potential associates and actual associates. Contact details are normally limited to name, job title, contact email, contact phone number(s) and a contact (normally business) address. For associates we will also require bank account details.
For clients and associates, we will use contact details during the negotiation and delivery of a contract in order to complete the work required in the contract itself.
For everyone whose information we hold, we will not give your information to anyone else without your consent unless it is already very obviously in the public domain, e.g., business email addresses of public officials available on a business website, or we are required to do so by law.
For clients we may occasionally contact you after the conclusion of a piece of work with details of our services and we ask for your consent to this in our contract (of course, you may decline to give this consent); for associates, we will contact you if work arises in which you may be interested.
Information held about clients and associates, inquirers and partners is held securely and Eight Ninths Ltd.
Subject access requests and any other requests relating to data held by the company should be made through the contact form above.
Eight Ninths Ltd is registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office as a data controller reference number ZA0116582.
At Eight Ninths Ltd, we do not track our visitors’ usage of our site, nor do we collect any of our visitors’ data.
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