NuGeneration Limited’s (NuGen’s) website is designed to provide users with information regarding the company’s business and services. NuGen is committed to protecting the privacy of users of the website and complies with the principles of the relevant data protection regulations.
Like many other websites using Google Analytics, NuGen sometimes places small data files on users’ web browsers, known as cookies. The cookies are anonymous and are used to recognise the user when they re-visit the site. The cookie cannot be used by anyone except for Google.
The information provided to NuGen by Google can help it a) check that the website is working properly; b) see how people use the website; and c) identify ways that the website can be improved.
Through cookies, Google Analytics collects information about the user’s visits to the site. It takes out any potentially personally identifiable information such as the IP address assigned to the user by their internet service provider, and does not collect information about any other sites that the user has visited before visiting this site.
If you do not wish to share the fact that you visited our site (and any other sites) with Google, you can install the official browser plugin for blocking Google Analytics.
If you choose, you can also disable cookies in the preferences settings in your web browser. For more information on Google Analytics, please visit Google Analytics.
Links to other websites
The NuGen website may provide links to third party websites not controlled by NuGen. It is recommended that visitors check the specific privacy statements of any linked sites before providing any information of a personal nature to such sites.
All materials and resources shown on this website are the copyright of NuGen, unless otherwise indicated.
Personal Data NuGen Collects
NuGen respects and protects the privacy of users of its website. User-specific information of a personal nature is not normally collected. However, the website may provide a subscription form, a contact us button, an email address, or another means of enabling visitor communication, for specified purposes.
When a user chooses to communicate with NuGen via these means, a record of the information (for example, the user’s email address and name, if provided) will be maintained. Please note that any data submitted will be processed according to the GDPR laws. NuGen will keep this data on record for a maximum of two years, or until it seeks the user’s permission again, whichever occurs first. Users have the right to access, amend, or delete this information at any point.
How NuGen Uses Personal Data
NuGen will advise the user how it will use the information being supplied. This might be, for example, to respond to the user, seek further information, to address an issue that the user has identified, or to notify the user of services if they have chosen to be notified. Any personally identifiable information that is collected will be maintained in the records of NuGen in either hard copy or electronic form.
Who NuGen Shares Personal Data With, and Why
NuGen may, from time-to-time, use third parties contractually as agents to process the data on NuGen’s behalf, but will not under any other circumstance, provide personally identifiable information to a third party.
NuGen will treat any information supplied by visitors to the website as non-proprietary (e.g. not subject to copyright) and non-confidential. Any information submitted should be your own or with the permission of the actual owner of the information.
User Data and Users’ Rights
Personally identifiable information shall be processed in accordance with the rights of data subjects under the GDPR Act. The rights of individuals that it refers to include:
- a right of access to a copy of the information comprised in their personal data;
- a right to object to processing that is likely to cause or is causing damage or distress;
- a right to prevent processing for direct marketing;
- a right to object to decisions being taken by automated means;
- a right in certain circumstances to have inaccurate personal data rectified, blocked, erased or destroyed; and
- a right to claim compensation for damages caused by a breach of the GDPR act.
How a User Can Access / Update / Withdraw Their Information
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