Molior’s data is drawn from publicly-available, public-sector sources, such as local planning authorities and also from exclusive partner sources. This information is then extensively and continually researched. Occasionally during this process, we identify individuals involved in residential construction projects and make their telephone number available to our customers. The majority of these contacts are corporate individuals and while this is still categorised under GDPR as personal data it can be used for business-to-business purposes assuming that Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations (PECR) are adhered to. PECR also states that individuals (whether as private individuals, sole traders or, in certain cases, partnerships) can only be contacted via email or by text message with informed and specific consent. All contacts added to our database are given the opportunity to opt-out of inclusion.
If you have any questions about this policy, please email: [email protected] or write to us: Molior London Limited, 70 Upper Richmond Road, London SW15 2RP.
2. What data we collect
- The types of personal information collected and stored by Molior might include:
(a) Your name, email address, postal address, telephone number, position held.
(b) Any other data which you provide to Molior when you enquire about our activities by email or telephone. Molior does not currently record calls.
(c) Account login credentials, such as usernames and encrypted passwords.
(d) Transaction Data includes details about payments from you and other details of products and services you have purchased from us.
- As a registered user of Molior services you may also have information collected on how you and your device interacts within the restricted area of our Website. Such technical data may include computer, device and connection information such as IP address, browser type and version, and operating system on your device or mobile platform.
3. Storage of your information
- Molior will keep your information on a secure server and employs a third party data processor in order to safeguard your information from unauthorised access and improper use.
- Molior also uses third party data processors for site administration. Third parties are contractually bound only to use personal information to perform the services that we hire them to provide.
- Third party data processors and other such business relationships outside of the EEA, are required to take adequate technical and organisational safeguards to protect personal information.
4. Use of your information
If you access our services through a subscription we may use your personal information for:
- administering your website account and otherwise in connection with any service for which you have provided your information, including any events, email alerts, transactions with us and competitions that you take part in;
- Responding to any enquiry you make.
Molior may also disclose your information to such individuals and/or bodies as necessary to ensure Moliors's compliance with any applicable law, regulation, legal proceeding or governmental request.
Where you have given your consent Molior may also disclose your information to very selected organisations. If at any time you wish to change the uses of your personal information to which you have consented, please contact us at [email protected]
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6. Third party websites and data collection
Molior’s data, held in the restricted area of our Website, is drawn from publicly-available, public-sector sources, such as local planning authorities and also from exclusive partner sources. This information is then continually researched to identify individuals involved in residential development projects. Throughout these processes a large number of contacts are identified and made available to our customers. The majority of these contacts are corporate individuals and while this is still categorised under GDPR as personal data it can be used for business-to-business purposes assuming that Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations (PECR) are adhered to. PECR also states that individuals (whether as private individuals, sole traders or, in certain cases, partnerships) can only be contacted via email or by text message with informed and specific consent. All contacts added to our database are now given the opportunity to opt-out of inclusion.
7. Data retention
We take steps to validate the personal information we hold to ensure that the information is accurate and, where necessary, up to date. Information that is no longer required for any valid business purpose, and that we are not required to keep pursuant to any applicable law, will be routinely destroyed by secure means and within a period of six months.
This policy was last updated on 25th May 2018.