Adveco Ltd. Privacy and Cookie Policy

Adveco Limited (hereafter “Adveco Ltd.”, “Adveco”, “we”, “us”, or “the website”) respects the privacy of all website visitors and is committed to protecting all personal data. This privacy policy is intended to inform visitors (hereafter “you”) as to how we collect, use, and protect your personal data when you visit the Adveco website, as well as provide guidance about your privacy rights.

This privacy policy was last updated on the 4th June 2018. The policy may be updated at any time to reflect changes to regulation, legislation, or to incorporate new information as required by the continued development of the Adveco website.

1. About Adveco Ltd.

Adveco Ltd. is a limited company registered in England and Wales with company number 09493966. Adveco operates from the following address:

Adveco Ltd.
Unit 7&8 Armstrong Mall
Southwood Business Park
Farnborough
Hampshire
GU14 0NR
Tel: 01252 551 540
Email: enquiries@adveco.co

2. The Purpose of This Privacy Policy

The intention of this privacy policy is to provide information on how Adveco collects and processes your personal data through the website, including any data provided by visitors when submitting information in contact forms.

This privacy policy acts as a supplement to, and does not overwrite, any other privacy information. It is important that you as a website visitor read this privacy policy so that you are fully aware of how and why your data may be collected.

The Adveco website is not intended for use by children, and Adveco do not knowingly collect data relating to children.

3. The Data Controller

Adveco Limited is the data controller and is responsible for your personal data. All information collected by Adveco is stored on our secure servers and is not viewable, accessible to, or disclosed to the public domain. Should you have any questions or concerns about this privacy policy, your privacy rights, or the ways in which Adveco collects and uses personal data, please contact Adveco using the contact details provided above.

It is within your rights at any time to contact the U.K. supervisory authority for data protection issues, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) (www.ico.org.uk). As Adveco endeavours to respect and protect the privacy of all visitors, we would appreciate that contact in the first instance is made to us for the opportunity to address any concerns directly.

4. Definitions of Personal Data

“Personal data” corresponds to any information relating to an identified or identifiable person, from which that person can be directly or indirectly identified. It may include, but is not limited to, data such as names, addresses, photographs, IP addresses, bank details, device ID’s, and information relating to physical, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identities.

“Pseudonymous data” is defined as data that has been subjected to technological security methods such as encryption or hashing.
“Anonymous data” covers information where identifying factors have been removed.
“Aggregated data” covers information derived from personal data (such as statistical and demographic data) that is not considered personal data as it does not directly or indirectly allow an individual to be identified.

Adveco may collect, use, store, and transfer different kinds of personal data about you. Adveco does not collect any special categories of personal data, such as information about race, ethnicity, religious, political, or philosophical beliefs, sexual orientation or activity, trade union membership, criminal convictions, or information relating to health or biometric data.

5. Collection of Personal Data by Adveco

The Adveco website collects only information that is necessary for the purposes of carrying out our business, providing requested services, and enhancing user experience. We may collect, store, and use the following data:

  • Information about the device a visitor is using to access the website, including device ID, operating system, IP address, browser software and version used to access the website, geographical location, source of referral, Adveco website pages viewed and files downloaded from the Adveco website, and length of visit.
  • Information willingly and intentionally provided to us through the use of the website contact forms, by phone, or by email
  • Any information willingly and knowingly provided to us by a visitor that relates to this website or other business activities

6. Use and Handling of Personal Data by Adveco

The personal information that Adveco collects through this website will be used in a number of ways. Primarily, it will be used to provide a requested service, or to contact you with consent as part of a business service.

Information collected may additionally be used for the purposes of:

  • Administering our website
  • Improving a visitor’s browsing experience by personalising the website
  • Producing analytics for the purposes of improving our ability to deliver website content and target specific audiences
  • Storing and reading cookies relating to the Adveco website and its services. Note that your browser can be configured to refuse all or some browser cookies, or to alert you when cookies are set or accessed. Please note that disabling or refusing cookies may cause some parts of this website to cease in function, and your user experience may be impaired. For more information about cookies and their use on this website, please continued reading the relevant section below.
  • Providing third-parties with statistical information about website visitors, not for the intention of identifying users, marketing, sharing personal data
  • Responding to enquiries made by you and relating to the website

Adveco will not provide any personal information relating to visitors to any third parties for the purposes of direct marketing, without your express consent.

Adveco will only use your personal data for the express purposes for which it was collected, unless it is reasonably considered that it is necessary to use it for reasons compatible with the original purpose. Adveco will contact you to provide notice in the event that any of your personal data will be used for an unrelated purpose, and will explain the legal basis that allows such action. Note that your personal data may be processed and/or transferred without your knowledge of consent where it is required or permitted by law, for example to comply with a law enforcement request.

Adveco will never share, sell, rent, trade, or transfer your personal information to any third parties for the purposes of marketing without your consent. Some of our partners may be granted access to personal data for the sole purpose of providing a required service, provided that they also respect the privacy of your data and meet equally strict standards of data security. Your data may be shared with internal Advent employees to the required extent to perform our business services.

Your personal data may additionally be disclosed for the purposes of:

  • Law enforcement
  • Legal proceedings
  • Establishing, exercising, and defending our legal rights, including for the purposes of fraud prevention and reducing credit risk
  • Transferring business assets to a purchaser or prospective purchaser

Data may be transferred to external service providers where necessary. This may involve transfer to partners outside of the European Economic Area (EEA).

7. Disclosure of Personal Data

Your personal information may be shared with the below parties for the purposes of carrying out the actions described in section 6 above:

  • Internal third-parties, to carry out required services
  • External third-parties, such as service providers and business associates related to the delivery of a required service
  • Third parties to whom Adveco may choose to sell, transfer, merge, or acquire parts of the business or assets. In the event of such a change, the new owners may use your personal data in the same way as set out in this privacy policy.

Adveco do not permit third parties to use your data for their own unrelated purposes, and require that all third parties respect your privacy and personal data in accordance with the law. Access to your personal data is granted solely for the purposes of providing specified services and in full accordance with our instructions.

8. Security of Personal Data

Adveco is committed to protecting all collected personal data, and adopts appropriate security technologies and policies to prevent improper use and unauthorised access.

The Adveco website operates from within the European Economic Area and under normal circumstances all data will be stored within either this area or the United Kingdom. Any necessary transfer of data outside of these areas will be held to adequate levels of security to ensure that your data is protected at all times.

9. Retention of Personal Data

Personal data collected will typically only be stored for as long as necessary to fulfil the purposes for which it was collected, including purposes of legal, accounting, and reporting requirements.

For personal data submitted as part of contact forms, storage terms may be indefinite to assist with business services.

It is within your right to request access to all personal data that the Adveco website holds about you. To do so, please contact enquiries@adveco.co, or alternatively write to us or telephone using the contact details provided at the top of this page. When doing so, please include a description of what information you would like to receive, together with proof of your identity.

Upon receiving your data, you may further prompt us to amend, cease usage of, or delete any or all of your personal data.

10. Website Links to Third Parties

The Adveco website may feature links to third-party websites, resources, plug-ins, and applications. Following these links or enabling these connections may permit third parties outside of Adveco’s control to collect or share your personal data. Adveco cannot be held responsible for the content of such third-parties, or the ways in which they access, store, or handle your data. It is the responsibility of each such party to provide their own privacy policy to keep you informed of this information. Adveco can accept no liability for the actions of third-party websites.

11. Cookies

Cookies are small text files that are stored on your device when you browse websites. The Adveco website makes use of cookies to distinguish visitors, to provide website services, and to personalise your browsing experience.

Upon visiting the Adveco website, users will be prompted to view and/or accept Adveco Ltd’s Privacy and Cookie policy by a non-intrusive banner at the bottom of the page. Accepting this policy, or making continued use of the website using browser software configured to accept cookies, will be taken as consent for the serving and use of cookies as outlined on this page. Should users wish to opt out of cookies, or wish to rescind their decision to accept the Adveco privacy and cookie policy, information on how to do so is included below in section 13.

First-party cookies are those set by the Adveco website directly, whereas third-party cookies are requests coming from third-party websites that may have elements integrated into pages on the Adveco website. Session cookies are temporary files that are deleted – expire – as soon as a user closes their browser and ends their browsing session, and persistent cookies are those that are stored for a predetermined period of time.

Specific information on the names and types of cookies used on the Adveco website is provided in the table below.

Cookie & Identifier Type Duration Further Information
_ga First party Persistent (24 months)

This cookie is part of the Google Analytics system, which collects non-personal, anonymised demographics information. This information is not accessible by anyone after it is collected, and is used to produce analytics reports which allow Adveco to distinguish users and better understand how they access, navigate, and interact with our website.

Users can opt out of all Google Analytics tracking by clicking here. Note that this function requires the use of cookies to remember your decision.

_gid First party Persistent (24 hours)

This cookie is part of the Google Analytics system, which collects non-personal, anonymised demographics information. This information is not accessible by anyone after it is collected, and is used to produce analytics reports which allow Adveco to distinguish users and better understand how they access, navigate, and interact with our website.

Users can opt out of all Google Analytics tracking by clicking here. Note that this function requires the use of cookies to remember your decision.

_gat First party Persistent (1 minute)

This cookie is part of the Google Analytics system to enable advertising features, and does not store any personal or user information. It is used to limit the number of requests that the website makes to doubleclick.net, thereby improving performance.

Users can opt out of all Google Analytics tracking by clicking here. Note that this function requires the use of cookies to remember your decision.

_gd# First party Session

Where # is a string of 13 numbers.
This cookie is part of the Google Analytics system, which collects non-personal, anonymised demographics information. This information is not accessible by anyone after it is collected, and is used to generate statistical data on how the website is used.

Users can opt out of all Google Analytics tracking by clicking here. Note that this function requires the use of cookies to remember your decision.

_gali First party Persistent (30 seconds)

This cookie is part of the Google Analytics system, which collects non-personal, anonymised demographics information. This information is not accessible by anyone after it is collected, and is used to differentiate links to the same URL to increase the accuracy of analytics reports.

Users can opt out of all Google Analytics tracking by clicking here. Note that this function requires the use of cookies to remember your decision.

IDE Third party Persistent (400 days)

This cookie is associated with remarketing campaigns with Google’s DoubleClick.net, and is used to serve targeted advertisements to users based on previous visits to the Adveco website.

Further information can be found here. Users can opt-out using Google’s Ads Settings to stop receiving personalised adverts.

test_cookie Third party Persistent (<24 hours)

This cookie is used by Google’s advertising features to check whether a user’s browser supports cookies.

cookie_notice_accepted First Party Persistent (1 month)

This cookie is set by Adveco to remember if a user has accepted the website cookie policy, and in such a case, to hide the cookie notification banner from the website.

You can rescind your decision to accept our cookie policy by clicking here. Note that some website features will not function as expected and your browsing experience may be impaired by this decision.

Users should note that the Adveco website contains links to other external websites (including social media websites), which may use their own cookies and will have their own privacy and cookie policies to inform you of what cookies they may set and what they are used for. Adveco has no control over the use of such cookies, and accepts no liability or responsibility for them.

All website visitors can opt to block the usage of cookies by adjusting their browser settings. Doing so may negatively impact your experience when browsing the Adveco website, and certain functions may no longer work as expected.

12. Correction and Removal of Cookies and Personal Data

Your information will be sent to our secure servers once submitted and cannot be directly corrected or removed by the submitting party. Adveco Ltd. are happy to process corrections or deletions of this information upon request.

If you have previously accepted our cookies & privacy policy and wish to rescind this decision, you may use the button below to revoke your consent:
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