Any Personal information that you provide to Friendly Homes Realty Corp. will be used only for the service you have requested.
Friendly Homes Realty Corp. does not sell, rent or lease personal data. We do not purchase or otherwise obtain data from other sources.
In accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and the Office of the Information Commissioner we are not registered on the public register of data controllers as we are a not for profit organisation. Irrespective of this, below we outline in detail our organisational and website information processing practices.
Emails received through friendlyatlantahomes are reviewed by one agent.
We use a number of email service providers in the United States and the United Kingdom. As a result our emails are susceptible to lawful access in those jurisdictions. We do our utmost to remove emails from the servers as often and as quickly as possible so that legal action would be directed at us instead of our email service providers. We select our service providers on the basis of their privacy awareness, and work with most of our service providers to advise them on privacy protection.
We collect employee information for application purposes. This information includes national insurance numbers, tax codes, and bank account information. We share some of this information with the home owners of the properties you choose.
The processing of web usage data is kept to a minimum. Our website management software only presents us with aggregate numbers of downloads of each document and does not provide us with access to IP logs. The server logs that we have regular access to only indicate the amount of traffic our site receives, top referring sites, top search strings, client software, top countries, and other summary information as generated by Webalizer Version 2.01, restricted to a period of 12 months.
We use this information to provide an indication of faults and to identify peak usage times so that we can decide when to make major site modifications.
We also use this information to ascertain what material is of use to the general public. At no point do we deduce ‘who’ is downloading material. We only ascertain ‘whether’ and ‘how many’ downloads there are.
Privacy International uses social media and social networking services to advance our work. These applications require the use of third party service providers. Notably, we have a Myspace, Facebook Group and a Twitter feed.
Finally, we use direct messaging on occasion in both media, where individuals and organisations contact us on Facebook by leaving messages in our Inbox or by sending us Direct Messages on Twitter. We aim to delete these messages as soon as we have responded to the queries. We are also seeking a solution to merge our Facebook and Twitter activities and doing so may involve some integration and sharing of services, but we will endeavour to ensure that the additional processing of personal information is kept to an absolute minimum.
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