Website Privacy & Cookies
Google AdWords is an advertising system that we use in order to display our ads to users in relevant search results. The system works through cookies that Google collects from users’ devices and browsers, and the keywords that we select in order to provide people with the most relevant ads.
We use AdWords to display ads based on the following data that Google collects:
- Household income
- IP address
While we utilise this information in order to show the right ads to the right people, the above information is collected and stored by Google, not by SKCP. As such, we operate under and comply with Google’s own privacy policies.
Google collects data from their user’s devices, such as location, searches, websites and apps used, videos and ads seen, and personal information given through Google Account (e.g. age range, gender, topics of interest). As advertisers, we only pay Google for ads that people have seen or clicked on. Google does not sell us user data or personal information, and we do not sell personal information to any third parties.
Google provides advertisers with data about ad performance, without revealing personal information. The data that we have access to in relation to ad performance is limited to age range, location, household income, and the type of device used to access our website (PC, tablet, phone, etc). However, it is our policy not to access, use, or process this information.
We do not target ads based on any direct identifiers, such as your name, email, medical information, religion, or political views.
Cookies are small pieces of data that websites store on a user’s device, including PCs, tablets, and mobile phones. Cookies help websites remember user preferences across the site in order to improve the overall user experience. We do not explicitly collect or store cookies ourselves. Below are the cookie services that we make use of:
This site is hosted by Squarespace, which means that some of your data may be stored by Squarespace in the form of cookies. Squarespace states the necessary cookies that they make use of to allow users to navigate and use key features on our site. For a full list of all of the cookies that Squarespace makes use of, see their article on cookie use for Squarespace-hosted websites.
We only collect emails from the contact form on our Contact Us page or in the instance that you email us directly. By clicking ‘Submit’ on our contact form, you agree to sharing your name, email, and phone number with us, which are treated with the strictest confidence. We do not store emails any longer than necessary; once your query is fulfilled, your message and email address are deleted from our email accounts. We apply the appropriate security measures on our email accounts (e.g. strong passwords) to ensure that user’s email addresses and messages are kept private and secure.
We utilise Tsohost for our email services. When you contact us via the contact form on our website, email services by Tsohost ensure that your messages get redirected to our respective email accounts. Tsohost store these email messages on their server and it is our policy to routinely delete these messages permanently to ensure no personal details exist in our possession for any longer than necessary.
To find out more about how we operate with Tsohost as our data processor, you can read the Data Processing Agreement on their website, under which we comply.
You have the ability to disable cookies by changing the settings in your browser, though this may render some features of our site unusable. For more information about cookies and how to manage them, visit www.allaboutcookies.org.
Users can control the information that Google uses to show ads. By default, Google utilises ad personalisation (which includes information and activity from Google Account), user topics of interest, and Google services (e.g. Google Search) to show the most appropriate ads. You can opt out of Google’s ads personalisation by visiting Google’s Ads Settings.