Confidentiality and privacy is sacrosanct at Seeing The Magic and as such Seeing The Magic takes privacy on the Internet and compliance with the Data Protection Act 1998 very seriously.
Under no circumstance will we ever knowingly breach any law or bi-law which governs the use of the Internet, Social Media and sensitive information and as such we believe it tantamount our responsibility to inform you how we treat the information you may provide us, especially when contacting us.
In general, you may visit the site without telling us who you are, or revealing any personally identifiable information about you. Our servers collect the domain names, operating system in use (e.g., Macintosh, Windows) and browser (e.g., Netscape, Internet Explorer)
We may from time to time measure the number of visits made to our website so that we can assess its popularity, which will help us in our quest for continuous quality improvement. E-mail addresses and other personally identifiable information such as your company name, your first and last name, telephone number and other similar information is only known when you voluntarily complete our contact form.
We undertake not to use your information for any purposes other than for specific requests on our services and to promote and market our services to you, if you choose to receive such information. These solicitations may take the form of mailings or other couriers, telephone calls, e-mail solicitations and other methods of contact, please notify us if you do not wish to receive this kind of information.
We undertake not to sell, transfer or otherwise disclose your company information outside this company, except where disclosure is required by law. However we cannot be held liable for any malfunction, ‘hack’ or dubious activity, which is absolutely beyond our control or technical capability.
The Seeing The Magic website may contain links to other sites of third parties. In visiting our website you herewith agree that Seeing The Magic is not responsible for the content or privacy practices of any other website.
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