Zoomly takes your privacy seriously, and will only use information you provide to us to administer your account and deliver and products or services you request from us.
What information does Zoomly collect?
The information we gather includes:
- Information you provide: e.g. name and e-mail address, through submissions to our newsletter sign-up, contact form and other voluntary processes.
- Browsing information: we receive and store information each time a customer interacts with our website. This is generally gathered through the use of a “cookie”, which is a small alphanumeric text file sent from our website and stored on your computer. The information we collect in this way includes web browser software details, page clicks, and viewing preferences.
How will Zoomly use this information?
Zoomly uses the information you submit to get in touch – where you have requested contact – or provide an e-newsletter via the subscription form.
Browsing information gathered via a cookie or session does not identify an individual user and is used to improve the Zoomly website, e.g. to expand and improve on content that is popular. This helps us give you a better Zoomly experience.
Information collected by Zoomly will never be sold, traded or given away without your permission except where we are required by law to do so.
A cookie is a small alphanumeric text file sent from a website that is stored on your computer. Cookies allow information to be saved between visits, e.g. to keep you logged in to a website or remember your order details in a shopping cart.
Zoomly uses Google Analytics to monitor traffic to the website. Google Analytics sets a cookie to identify repeat users to the website. Using Google Analytics allows Zoomly to view user trends, ensure the website works properly on all browsers and operating systems, and means we can write content that visitors want to see e.g. based on how you find the Zoomly website in the search engines. Our Google Analytics data is set to expire after a period of 14 months from your last visit. Data sent to Google Analytics is anonymised so as not to identify individuals at any time.