Privacy Policy


These terms govern use between and you, the user and all extensions. The site is operated as a division of Colossal Influence Limited (registered number 07355999). Colossal Influence Limited is a private limited company.

These terms are a legally binding agreement between you, the user, and This information contains important information about your legal rights on our site and the obligations to which you must adhere.

You agree to be bound by this Privacy Policy when you use the site. If you disagree with any of the terms on this page please do not continue to use the site. This privacy policy applies to everyone who visits our site.


1.1 – it is our commitment to protect and respect your privacy. Any personal information that you may be required to submit while on our site will be processed by us according to applicable data protection and data privacy regulations.
1.2 – certain information about you will be collected when you visit this site, register to use it, or otherwise. The following information about you may be collected and processed by;
1.2.1 – information provided by you by filing any forms on our site. This information also includes any details submitted during registration to use this site (if and when applicable)
1.2.2 – a record of correspondence between you and us any time you contact us.
1.2.3 – records of completed surveys that may be requested of you. These are however only used for research and as such you do not need to fill them out.
1.2.4 – any details of visits you make to this site, which includes traffic data, web blogs, location and other communication data that may be deemed necessary. This is regardless of whether the collected data is to be used for billing or otherwise, and any of the resources accessed by you.
1.3 – when you use this site, your use will be tracked with cookies. By providing information on this site, (including, but not limited to user content and all personal information as elaborated in the terms of use) then you are consenting to the processing of your details by us both in accordance with the privacy policy.


Information may be collected about your computer, including, upon availability, browser type and operating system to be used for system administration and reporting of aggregate information to advertisers on this site. This data is only used to establish users’ browsing patterns and actions and not necessarily identify any individuals.


3.1 – we will implement reasonable technical, physical and administrative safeguards to ensure your information is not accessible for use and disclosure to any unauthorized persons and requires any third party with access to your personal information to implement safeguards on similar levels.
3.2 – unfortunately, the security of exchange of information via the Internet is not guaranteed. Although we are committed in doing our best to protect users’ information, we cannot fully guarantee the security of any information transmitted to this site and as such, any transmission is at their risk.


4.1 – information held about you will be used for the following purposes:
4.1.1 – to ensure that content from this site is presented as efficiently and effectively as possible for both you and your computer.
4.1.2 – to provide users with products, services and information that they request or that which we deem to be of interest to them from either us or third parties where they have provided their consent to be contacted for such uses, including content via telephone, email and post.
4.1.3 – information provided to us may also be used to meet obligations required of us from any contracts you may have entered with us.
4.1.4 – to allow user participation in interactive features on this site, when and if they choose to do so.
4.1.5 – to send notifications to users about changes in our products, services or anything on this site; and
4.1.6 – for any other purposes as stated on this site or by any other method at a point at which users provide their information to us.
4.2 – user content (as defined in our terms of use) may be used only in accordance to the definition in the terms of use.
4.3 – if a user does not want his or her information used as described in condition;
4.31 – above or to pass their details to third parties for purposes of marketing, then they are requested to make the applicable choice on the registration forms or inform us according to inform us according to conditions set out here.
4.4 – any information that is about identifiable individuals is not disclosed to advertise although they may be provided with general information about users of this site ( for instance, they may be given information such as 500 men under the age of 30 have clicked on their advertisements at any given moment). Such aggregate information may be used to help advertisers reach their target audience (for instance, instance women in a certain postcode). Personal information collected from you may also be used to help us comply with our advertisers’ wishes through displaying advertisements to target audiences.


5.1 – your personal information may be disclosed to any member of our group that includes our subsidiaries, our holding company and its subsidiary companies as set in section 1159 of the 2006 UK companies act.
5.2 – you agree that your personal information may be shared with third party companies.
5.2.1 – if either or parts of its assets are acquired by another third party company, and our users’ personal information is part of the transferred assets.
5.2.2 – if we are under legal obligation to share or disclose your personal information to enforce our user terms or to protect the rights of and its customers. This includes the exchange of information with other organizations for purposes of credit risk reduction and fraud protection.
5.2.3 – where a user has provided consent so that third parties may contact him/her directly considering goods or services that may interest them.
5.2.4 – when we outsource processes that involve your personal information to third parties e.g. providing website hosting services or provision of information or services to you on our behalf.
5.3 – if we use third parties to process information on our behalf, then they will be required to put in place adequate security measures as dictated by our privacy policies.


6.1 – users have the right to refuse the use of their personal details for marketing purposes. You will be informed of the intention to process and disclose such information to third parties before it is collected from you.
6.2 – this site may contain links to other stakeholders’ websites such as partner networks, affiliates and advertisers. Since these sites contain their own privacy policy, we do not accept responsibility or liability if these links are followed.


7.1 – users have the right to access any information held about them in accordance with the act. However, any access request may incur a fee of 10 pounds to meet the associated costs involved in providing such details.

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