PRIVACY POLICY

OVERVIEW

Run End to End Ltd (“We”) take the privacy of your information with great concern. We take an active role in controlling data, concerning information obtained from our site, www.endtoend.run, (“our site”) for the purpose of the Data Protection Act 1998, UK and EU General Data Protection Regulation, and follow the standards that are embodied in the three data protection regulations. This policy (along with our terms and conditions) states how we collect, handle and process any personal data you provide to us. To understand our policies and practices regarding any information you provide and how we treat it, please familiarise yourself with our policy. By using our website and any services we provide you via the website, you are consenting to be bound by this policy in respect of the information collected about you via our site. If you are not in agreement with the policies and practices written here, please refrain immediately from using our website, and you should cease any use of our application and remove them from any and all devices. Changes may occur occasionally in the privacy policy. We deem that by your continual use of our services you accept any changes, so please check back from time to time for updates and alterations. 

CONTACT DETAILS

For the purposes of the DPA, UK GDPR and EU GDPR, which regulates our use of your personal information, the Company is considered the Data Controller. Our registered address is Unit 13 Freeland Park, Wareham Rd, Poole, Dorset, BH16 6FA and should you have any comments or questions about how we collect and use your personal information, you should address them to [email protected]

  1. INFORMATION WE MAY COLLECT

1.1. Information you provide to us by registering online to any of our challenges. This includes personal information about you, such as name, email address, physical address, phone number, or other personal or background information when you voluntarily submit it to us.

1.2. Transaction details carried through our site

1.3. If you contact us via email and/or social media, we may keep a record of that correspondence

1.4. Traffic data, weblogs, location data and other communication data details, regarding your visits to our site, whether required for our own billing purposes or otherwise and the resources that you access.

2. INFORMATION WE GATHER THROUGH AUTOMATED COLLECTION

2.1. We may use automatic data collection technologies to obtain certain information, as you interact with and navigate through our website, about your patterns, browsing actions and equipment, including: 

2.1.1. Details of your visits to and uses of the Platform, including traffic data, location data, logs and other communication data and the resources that you access and use on our Platform (including device metrics, browsing and navigation patterns, your IP address, click stream data, etc.)

2.1.2. Any information concerning your internet connection, computer, mobile device, also information including your IP address, operating system and browser. This automatic data collection helps us to improve the Platform and to deliver a better and more personalised service, including by enabling us to: (1) estimate our audience size and usage patterns, (2) optimise your user experience across the Platform.

2.2. We use the following technologies to automatically collect this data:

Cookies (or browser cookies). Cookies are small files that are stored upon your device. They contain the address of the Web site and codes that your browser sends back to the website each time you visit a page. Cookies don’t usually contain personal information or anything dangerous; they help us improve your access to the website. We also use cookies to enhance the experience on our website by tracking and targeting the interests of visitors to our Website. To analyse how our website is being used, we use Google Analytics. By using cookies, which are stored on users’ computers, Google Analytics provides statistical and other information about how our website is being used in a form of a report. Google will store this information. You do not have to accept browser cookies by choosing the appropriate setting on your browser, however in doing so you may be restricted from certain parts or content on our website. Upon directing your browser to our website, our system will issue cookies, unless you have adjusted your settings to refuse them. 

2.3. The website may contain links to third-party websites. If you click any of these links, you leave the website and may be taken to an independent website managed by a third-party. These third-parties may use cookies alone or in conjunction with web beacons or other tracking technologies to collect information about you when you navigate to them from our website. They may collect information associated with your personal information, from different websites, and information on your online activities over time, not restricted in any one website. Using this information, they may provide you with advertisement based on your interest or other kinds of targeted content. Links found on our website should not be seen as a sponsorship, recommendation or endorsement to any third party, their website or any information it contains. Once you have left our website, this Privacy Notice does not apply. Any third-party websites, tracking technologies which may be used in said websites, are not in our control. Please contact the provider responsible directly, if you have any questions about advertisement of other selected content. 

3. IP ADDRESSES AND COOKIES

3.1. For the purposes of reporting information to our advertisers and for system administration we may collect information browser type, your IP address and operating system. This does not distinguish any individual, it simply collects statistical data about our users’ browsing patterns and actions. 

3.2. We may acquire information for the same purposes, by using a cookie file in order to learn about your general internet usage. A cookie is made up of information sent from certain web servers to your web browser and is then stored by the latter. The information is then available to the corresponding server when the browser requests a page. This makes it possible for the web server to keep track and identify the web browser. Cookies assist us improve our site and provide a personalised quality of service. Our website uses both “persistent” cookies as well as “session” cookies. They enable us:

3.2.1. To determine our user size and patterns of use. 

3.2.2. To allow us to personalise our site according to each and everyone’s interests, by storing information about your unique taste. 

3.2.3. To speed up your searches.

3.2.4. To allow our site to recognise returning users.

3.3. Session cookies are removed from your system upon closing your web browser. Persistent cookies remain on your computer until they reach an expiry date or until manually deleted.  

3.4. For the purposes of analysing the use of our website, we use Google Analytics. It creates statistical and other information about how our site is being used, by the use of cookies. Google will store reports, based on the information gathered related to our website. 

3.5. You do not have to accept browser cookies by choosing the appropriate setting on your browser, however in doing so you may be restricted from certain parts or content on our website. Upon directing your browser to our website, our system will issue cookies, unless you have adjusted your settings to refuse them. 

3.6. Please note, although we have no control over them, our advertisers may also use cookies.

4. TRANSFERRING YOUR INFORMATION OUTSIDE EUROPE

4.1. The information you provide to us may be transferred to, and kept at, a destination outside the “EEA”, (the European Economic Area), as part of the services offered by our website. This may happen for a number of reasons, including if any of our servers are not located within the EEA. You agree to this processing, transferring or storing by submitting any personal information. We shall take all steps necessary within reason to ensure your information is protected in accordance with the privacy policy, if we are to transfer your data outside of the EEA. 

4.2. If you are outside the EU when using our services, in order to provide you with those services, your data may be relocated outside the EU. 

5. SECURITY

5.1. All data provided is securely stored on our servers. We encrypt all payment transactions with SSL technology. You are liable for the confidentiality of any password chosen by you, or provided by us, that allows you access to particular sections of our site. We ask you not to divulge any information about your password with anyone. We do not store any of your credit cards details on our servers for security reasons. 

5.2. Transmitting data via the Internet, regrettably, is not entirely secure. Any transmission is at your own risk as although we do all we can to protect private information, we cannot guarantee the security of any information sent to our site. Once we have obtained your data, we use strict security protocols in an attempt to stop access by unauthorised individuals or entities. 

6. USES MADE OF THE INFORMATION

6.1. Any information, our site contains about you, will be used as follows:

6.1.1. To create the most effective manner in which our site will present our content to you. 

6.1.2. To grant you access to information, services and products that we feel may be of interest to you or has been requested by you, where you have agreed to be contacted for such reasons. 

6.1.3. To honour any commitments arising from any and all contracts formed between us and you. 

6.1.4. To give you access to interactive features to participate in, if and when you choose to do so. 

6.1.5. To contact you about any modifications to our services. 

6.2. We will only notify you with information about goods and services similar to those which you showed an interest in previously, through past transactions, by electronic means, if you are an existing client of our site. 

6.3. We will contact you by electronic means, only if you have given your permission, if you are a new customer. 

7. DISCLOSURE OF YOUR INFORMATION

7.1. We may divulge your personal data to third parties:

7.1.1. Should we sell or buy any asset or business, we may divulge your personal information to the potential seller or buyer. 

7.1.2. In the case, we or considerably all our assets are acquired by a third party, personal information we hold about our clients will be one of the assets transferred. 

7.1.3. If we are obligated to divulge or give out your personal information in order to enforce or apply our terms of use or in order to comply with any legal obligation; or to protect our property, safety, rights, our customers or others. This covers exchanging data with our franchisees and licensees and exchanging data with other organisations and companies for the means of protection from fraud and reduction of credit risk.

8. CHANGES TO YOUR DETAILS

Our goal is to keep the information about you that we have as correct as it is possible. If you need to change the details you have provided to us, you can do so by contacting us as set out above, at any time.

9. USE OF FORUMS OR CHAT ROOMS

Occasionally, the website might include forums, chat rooms, new groups and/or message boards which you can use to post information. You should always be careful when disclosing any personal details of that information, as it is being posted, it becomes public.

10. LINKING TO THIRD PARTY WEBSITES

10.1. Occasionally our website might contain links from and to other websites of our partner networks, franchises, sponsors, advertisers and affiliates.

10.2. We shall not be held responsible for the practices and privacy policies of other websites, even if you gain access to them via links from our website. We strongly recommend you check each site’s policy, and if you have questions or concerns, contact its owner or operator.

10.3. Furthermore, if you were linked to this website from a third-party site, we shall not be held responsible for the practices and privacy policies of the owners or operators of said third-party website, and we strongly recommend you check the policies of that third-party website, and if you have any questions or concerns, contact its owner or operator.

11. YOUR RIGHTS

You have the right to not give permission for your personal data to be processed for marketing purposes. Before collecting your data, we will normally inform you if we have intentions to process your data for those purposes, or if we intend to divulge your information to any third-party for said purposes. You reserve your right to stop such processing by checking particular boxes on the forms that we use to collect your data. You can execute this right at all times by contacting us. Our contact information can be found in our privacy policy, paragraph 1.

12. ACCESS TO INFORMATION

You are given the right to access information held about you by the Act. Your right of access can be applied according to the Act. Any request for access might be subjected to a £10 fee, in order to meet our costs in providing you with the details of the data we hold about you.

13. CHANGES TO OUR PRIVACY POLICY

You can check for any modifications to our privacy policy in the future on this page, or you will be notified by email, where appropriate. By taking part in or using our website you agree to the terms set out in our Policies.

PRIVACY POLICY

OVERVIEW

Run End to End Ltd (“We”) take the privacy of your information with great concern. We take an active role in controlling data, concerning information obtained from our site, www.endtoend.run, (“our site”) for the purpose of the Data Protection Act 1998, UK and EU General Data Protection Regulation, and follow the standards that are embodied in the three data protection regulations. This policy (along with our terms and conditions) states how we collect, handle and process any personal data you provide to us. To understand our policies and practices regarding any information you provide and how we treat it, please familiarise yourself with our policy. By using our website and any services we provide you via the website, you are consenting to be bound by this policy in respect of the information collected about you via our site. If you are not in agreement with the policies and practices written here, please refrain immediately from using our website, and you should cease any use of our application and remove them from any and all devices. Changes may occur occasionally in the privacy policy. We deem that by your continual use of our services you accept any changes, so please check back from time to time for updates and alterations. 

CONTACT DETAILS

For the purposes of the DPA, UK GDPR and EU GDPR, which regulates our use of your personal information, the Company is considered the Data Controller. Our registered address is Unit 13 Freeland Park, Wareham Rd, Poole, Dorset, BH16 6FA and should you have any comments or questions about how we collect and use your personal information, you should address them to [email protected]

  1. INFORMATION WE MAY COLLECT

1.1. Information you provide to us by registering online to any of our challenges. This includes personal information about you, such as name, email address, physical address, phone number, or other personal or background information when you voluntarily submit it to us.

1.2. Transaction details carried through our site

1.3. If you contact us via email and/or social media, we may keep a record of that correspondence

1.4. Traffic data, weblogs, location data and other communication data details, regarding your visits to our site, whether required for our own billing purposes or otherwise and the resources that you access.

2. INFORMATION WE GATHER THROUGH AUTOMATED COLLECTION

2.1. We may use automatic data collection technologies to obtain certain information, as you interact with and navigate through our website, about your patterns, browsing actions and equipment, including: 

2.1.1. Details of your visits to and uses of the Platform, including traffic data, location data, logs and other communication data and the resources that you access and use on our Platform (including device metrics, browsing and navigation patterns, your IP address, click stream data, etc.)

2.1.2. Any information concerning your internet connection, computer, mobile device, also information including your IP address, operating system and browser. This automatic data collection helps us to improve the Platform and to deliver a better and more personalised service, including by enabling us to: (1) estimate our audience size and usage patterns, (2) optimise your user experience across the Platform.

2.2. We use the following technologies to automatically collect this data:

Cookies (or browser cookies). Cookies are small files that are stored upon your device. They contain the address of the Web site and codes that your browser sends back to the website each time you visit a page. Cookies don’t usually contain personal information or anything dangerous; they help us improve your access to the website. We also use cookies to enhance the experience on our website by tracking and targeting the interests of visitors to our Website. To analyse how our website is being used, we use Google Analytics. By using cookies, which are stored on users’ computers, Google Analytics provides statistical and other information about how our website is being used in a form of a report. Google will store this information. You do not have to accept browser cookies by choosing the appropriate setting on your browser, however in doing so you may be restricted from certain parts or content on our website. Upon directing your browser to our website, our system will issue cookies, unless you have adjusted your settings to refuse them. 

2.3. The website may contain links to third-party websites. If you click any of these links, you leave the website and may be taken to an independent website managed by a third-party. These third-parties may use cookies alone or in conjunction with web beacons or other tracking technologies to collect information about you when you navigate to them from our website. They may collect information associated with your personal information, from different websites, and information on your online activities over time, not restricted in any one website. Using this information, they may provide you with advertisement based on your interest or other kinds of targeted content. Links found on our website should not be seen as a sponsorship, recommendation or endorsement to any third party, their website or any information it contains. Once you have left our website, this Privacy Notice does not apply. Any third-party websites, tracking technologies which may be used in said websites, are not in our control. Please contact the provider responsible directly, if you have any questions about advertisement of other selected content. 

3. IP ADDRESSES AND COOKIES

3.1. For the purposes of reporting information to our advertisers and for system administration we may collect information browser type, your IP address and operating system. This does not distinguish any individual, it simply collects statistical data about our users’ browsing patterns and actions. 

3.2. We may acquire information for the same purposes, by using a cookie file in order to learn about your general internet usage. A cookie is made up of information sent from certain web servers to your web browser and is then stored by the latter. The information is then available to the corresponding server when the browser requests a page. This makes it possible for the web server to keep track and identify the web browser. Cookies assist us improve our site and provide a personalised quality of service. Our website uses both “persistent” cookies as well as “session” cookies. They enable us:

3.2.1. To determine our user size and patterns of use. 

3.2.2. To allow us to personalise our site according to each and everyone’s interests, by storing information about your unique taste. 

3.2.3. To speed up your searches.

3.2.4. To allow our site to recognise returning users.

3.3. Session cookies are removed from your system upon closing your web browser. Persistent cookies remain on your computer until they reach an expiry date or until manually deleted.  

3.4. For the purposes of analysing the use of our website, we use Google Analytics. It creates statistical and other information about how our site is being used, by the use of cookies. Google will store reports, based on the information gathered related to our website. 

3.5. You do not have to accept browser cookies by choosing the appropriate setting on your browser, however in doing so you may be restricted from certain parts or content on our website. Upon directing your browser to our website, our system will issue cookies, unless you have adjusted your settings to refuse them. 

3.6. Please note, although we have no control over them, our advertisers may also use cookies.

4. TRANSFERRING YOUR INFORMATION OUTSIDE EUROPE

4.1. The information you provide to us may be transferred to, and kept at, a destination outside the “EEA”, (the European Economic Area), as part of the services offered by our website. This may happen for a number of reasons, including if any of our servers are not located within the EEA. You agree to this processing, transferring or storing by submitting any personal information. We shall take all steps necessary within reason to ensure your information is protected in accordance with the privacy policy, if we are to transfer your data outside of the EEA. 

4.2. If you are outside the EU when using our services, in order to provide you with those services, your data may be relocated outside the EU. 

5. SECURITY

5.1. All data provided is securely stored on our servers. We encrypt all payment transactions with SSL technology. You are liable for the confidentiality of any password chosen by you, or provided by us, that allows you access to particular sections of our site. We ask you not to divulge any information about your password with anyone. We do not store any of your credit cards details on our servers for security reasons. 

5.2. Transmitting data via the Internet, regrettably, is not entirely secure. Any transmission is at your own risk as although we do all we can to protect private information, we cannot guarantee the security of any information sent to our site. Once we have obtained your data, we use strict security protocols in an attempt to stop access by unauthorised individuals or entities. 

6. USES MADE OF THE INFORMATION

6.1. Any information, our site contains about you, will be used as follows:

6.1.1. To create the most effective manner in which our site will present our content to you. 

6.1.2. To grant you access to information, services and products that we feel may be of interest to you or has been requested by you, where you have agreed to be contacted for such reasons. 

6.1.3. To honour any commitments arising from any and all contracts formed between us and you. 

6.1.4. To give you access to interactive features to participate in, if and when you choose to do so. 

6.1.5. To contact you about any modifications to our services. 

6.2. We will only notify you with information about goods and services similar to those which you showed an interest in previously, through past transactions, by electronic means, if you are an existing client of our site. 

6.3. We will contact you by electronic means, only if you have given your permission, if you are a new customer. 

7. DISCLOSURE OF YOUR INFORMATION

7.1. We may divulge your personal data to third parties:

7.1.1. Should we sell or buy any asset or business, we may divulge your personal information to the potential seller or buyer. 

7.1.2. In the case, we or considerably all our assets are acquired by a third party, personal information we hold about our clients will be one of the assets transferred. 

7.1.3. If we are obligated to divulge or give out your personal information in order to enforce or apply our terms of use or in order to comply with any legal obligation; or to protect our property, safety, rights, our customers or others. This covers exchanging data with our franchisees and licensees and exchanging data with other organisations and companies for the means of protection from fraud and reduction of credit risk.

8. CHANGES TO YOUR DETAILS

Our goal is to keep the information about you that we have as correct as it is possible. If you need to change the details you have provided to us, you can do so by contacting us as set out above, at any time.

9. USE OF FORUMS OR CHAT ROOMS

Occasionally, the website might include forums, chat rooms, new groups and/or message boards which you can use to post information. You should always be careful when disclosing any personal details of that information, as it is being posted, it becomes public.

10. LINKING TO THIRD PARTY WEBSITES

10.1. Occasionally our website might contain links from and to other websites of our partner networks, franchises, sponsors, advertisers and affiliates.

10.2. We shall not be held responsible for the practices and privacy policies of other websites, even if you gain access to them via links from our website. We strongly recommend you check each site’s policy, and if you have questions or concerns, contact its owner or operator.

10.3. Furthermore, if you were linked to this website from a third-party site, we shall not be held responsible for the practices and privacy policies of the owners or operators of said third-party website, and we strongly recommend you check the policies of that third-party website, and if you have any questions or concerns, contact its owner or operator.

11. YOUR RIGHTS

You have the right to not give permission for your personal data to be processed for marketing purposes. Before collecting your data, we will normally inform you if we have intentions to process your data for those purposes, or if we intend to divulge your information to any third-party for said purposes. You reserve your right to stop such processing by checking particular boxes on the forms that we use to collect your data. You can execute this right at all times by contacting us. Our contact information can be found in our privacy policy, paragraph 1.

12. ACCESS TO INFORMATION

You are given the right to access information held about you by the Act. Your right of access can be applied according to the Act. Any request for access might be subjected to a £10 fee, in order to meet our costs in providing you with the details of the data we hold about you.

13. CHANGES TO OUR PRIVACY POLICY

You can check for any modifications to our privacy policy in the future on this page, or you will be notified by email, where appropriate. By taking part in or using our website you agree to the terms set out in our Policies.