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Cookies and Privacy Policy

This website is owned and administered by us, Rebeltech PR Limited The primary purpose of our website is to be a useful resource, information and business tool. We also want you to feel secure when visiting our website and we are committed to maintaining your privacy when doing so. This Cookies and Privacy Policy therefore sets out the basis on which any personal data we collect from you, or that you provide to us, will be processed by us. Please read the following carefully to understand our views and practices regarding your personal data and how we will treat it.

The purpose of this Cookies and Privacy Policy is to assure you that we recognise and fully respect the privacy and personal data of the visitors to our website and to explain what personal information we collect from our website and how we ensure its best protection.


Use of this website by you constitutes acceptance by you of our Cookies and Privacy Policy. If you do not wish to accept our Cookies and Privacy Policy, please leave this website immediately.

By using this website, you also consent to the collection and use of your personal information in the manner set out below.

Extent of Cookies and Privacy Policy

This Cookies and Privacy Policy covers information which is collected by us from this website only. Other sites to which this website may be linked are not covered by this Cookies and Privacy Policy. If you follow a link to any of these websites, please note that these websites have their own privacy and cookies policies and we do not accept any responsibility or liability for these policies. Please check these policies before you submit any personal data to these websites.

The following now provides an overview of how we protect your privacy during your visit to our website.

What personal information do we gather?

Personal information is gathered from you in two ways: (a) indirectly (for example, through our website’s technology); and (b) directly (for example if you fill in a form online and submit this to us or if you create, or are provided with, a user name or password or you otherwise supply any other personal details to us).

IP addresses and cookies

One example of information we collect indirectly is through our internet access logs. When you access our website, your internet protocol (IP) address, operating system and browser type is automatically collected and is placed in our internet access logs, which we use for system administration and statistical analysis.

We collect information directly from you in a number of ways. One way is through our use of ‘cookies’. Most websites use cookies in order to make them work, or to work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the website. They help us to understand how our customers and potential customers use our website so we can develop and improve the design, layout, content and function of the site. Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer’s hard drive by websites that you visit. They save and retrieve pieces of information about your visit to the website – for example, how you entered the site, how you navigated through the site and what information and documentation was of interest to you. This means that when you go back to a website, it can give you tailored options based on the information it has stored about you on your last visit.

Some of our cookies are used to simply collect information about how visitors use our website and these types of cookies collect the information in an anonymous form.

Where there is a login process relating to any membership only part of our website, we also use cookies to store personal registration information so that you do not have to provide it to us again on subsequent visits.

The rules about cookies on websites have recently changed. If you are uncomfortable with the use of cookies, you can disable cookies on your computer by changing the settings in the preferences or options menu in your browser. You can set your browser to reject or block cookies or to tell you when a website tries to put a cookie on your computer. You can also delete any cookies that are already stored on your computer’s hard drive. However, please be aware that if you do delete and block all cookies from our website, parts of the site will not then work. This is because some of the cookies we use are essential for parts of our website to operate. Likewise, you may not be able to use some products and services on other websites without cookies

To find out more about cookies, including to see what cookies have been set and how to manage and delete them, visit

If you do not wish to accept cookies from our website, please leave this site immediately and then delete and block all cookies from this site.

How do we use this information?

We analyse it to determine what is most effective about our website, to help us identify ways to improve it, and eventually, to determine how we can tailor our website to make it more effective. We use it to find out things such as the number of visitors to the site, the pages they visited, where they came to the site from, the numbers of downloads of documents from the site, etc. This information is then used to compile traffic analysis reports.

We may also use personal data for other purposes, which we would describe to you at the point we collect the information.

Will we share this with outside third parties?

We will not sell or otherwise pass your personal information to third parties. It is completely up to you whether or not you want to provide personal information to third parties.

What about sensitive personal data?

We do not generally seek to collect sensitive personal data through this website. If we do seek to collect such data, we will ask you to consent to our proposed uses of the data. We may also collect some sensitive personal data incidentally. By providing us with unsolicited sensitive personal data, you consent to our using the data, subject to applicable laws as described in this notice. The references to “sensitive personal data” are to the various categories of personal data identified by the Data Protection Act 1998 and other relevant data privacy laws as requiring special treatment, including in some circumstances the need to obtain explicit consent. These categories comprise personal identity numbers, personal data about personality and private life, racial or ethnic origin, colour, nationality, political opinions or convictions, membership of political parties or movements, religious, philosophical or other similar beliefs, trade union membership, physical or mental health or handicap, genetic code, addictions, gender, sexual life (including sexual orientation), pregnancy, property matters or criminal convictions or record.


While we will take all reasonable steps to maintain the security of our website, you should understand that the open nature of the internet is such that data may flow over networks without security measures and may be accessed and used by people other than those for whom the data is intended. Therefore, we cannot and do not guarantee that personal information you provide will not be intercepted by others and decrypted.

If you have any queries or concerns regarding our Cookies and Privacy Policy please contact us on 07885 461 864 or or write to us at the following address:

4 Newbury Road, London, E4 9JH


The internet and data privacy best practice are both constantly developing. We reserve the right to amend this Cookies and Privacy Policy at any time and from time to time. If this Cookies and Privacy Policy changes in any way, we will post an updated version on this page. Regularly reviewing this page therefore ensures you are always aware of what information we collect, how we use it and under what circumstances, if any, we will share it with other parties.

Amendments to our Cookies and Privacy Policy will apply to your use of this website and by continuing to use the website after such changes you are deemed to have agreed with such amendments.


Consent or Legitimate Interest

By making contact with us, whether you buy our services, made an enquiry, met us at a trade or networking event, subscribed to newsletters and such, we are taking this as a legitimate interest to keep you informed via email updates (or whichever medium you provided for contact) about our services. Unless our software fails, when you make contact, your details will be added into our database. This will send you an automated ‘welcome note’, informing you that you are now stored in our database, what we do with your details, how long we keep them for, what you will receive from us. It also offers you an easy way to unsubscribe (as with all of our marketing emails). Unsubscribing from tips and updates in no way affects the service you receive from us, now or in the future. And we’ll still think you’re ace. 

Access request

You are allowed to request to see the information we store about you. You will need to provide government approved photo proof of who you are before asking to see a copy of your information. In general though, we keep your name, job title, organisation, organisation address, phone and email details. 

Right to be forgotten

If you request to be deleted from our database, we will ensure your contacts details are tagged as ‘do not contact’ and our email software marks you as ‘unsubscribe’ so that you do not get any more emails from us. We will also clear out most of your information.  We will keep your basic details, so that if anyone else in our organisation goes to re-add you in the coming months or years, they can see that you have already requested not to be contacted, and so will not re-add you. This will also stop you from being emailed by our systems again, even if a human manages to re-add you by mistake. If you do not agree with this safety measure, please explicitly mention our privacy policy rule. Please be aware that if we delete 100% of your details from our systems, we will have no record that you have requested no further contact and might one day be re-added (as nobody will be able to have any ‘checks-and-balances’).

Staff training

Everyone is given an overview of the new rules and how this organisation wants them to act with regards your data and the GDPR. Re-training is done on a 6-monthly basis.

Unsubscribing from our emails

All marketing emails have an unsubscribe link at the bottom. We don’t want to send you stuff if you don’t read it, don’t want it, or don’t see it (maybe it goes in your junk folder). We want you to unsubscribe if you don’t want our emails. Unsubscribing from updates in no way affects the service you receive from us, now or in the future.  

Data accuracy

We are keen to keep the details about you accurate. You can see the information we store on you by clicking on the relevant link at the bottom of every email we send you. This link will also be in the ‘welcome note to all newly added contacts’. The information we store depends on who it is. If you a general contact, we will only store your contact details, and make notes about what we discussed when we met you. 

Data security

If you are a client, we may need to keep more detailed records about you – for instance, the password to any software that we access on your behalf. Once this is not needed, we delete any references to passwords, and inform the client to remove our access from their account. Any data stored in our computer systems is password protected. We have a clear desk policy and no electronic or paper records are left unprotected that could identify an individual. No suppliers have access to the information we store on you. If we do share your details with suppliers, for instance if anyone was to admit our data processes, or send our marketing emails for us, we would have an appropriate written contract and policy with them. When we have finished with paper copies, we shred the paperwork. When we have finished with any digital copies, we securely trash/shred the documents with special software. If you provide data on your contacts as part of our work agreement, once it has been processed for the intended purpose, it is securely deleted from computers (and backups). Our premises are never left unlocked and our computers are password protected. 

When you make contact with us, your details will be added to our central CRM database, email database, the Gmail accounts of our staff and on staff phones. These are all secured, and are upgraded when any updates and patches are produced by the suppliers.

Data breach management

If we were to spot a breach of data (i.e. personal or sensitive details about staff or clients, or personal details about contacts were to be made available where they should not have been) we have a process to work out if it caused anyone risk and if it should be reported. 

Your details will never be passed onto others in any shape, method or form (unless we run a joint event, and you will be informed at that time that responding to any such event will mean your data will be shared).