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1b. Personally identifiable information
Door Entry Direct Ltd collects a select amount of personally identifiable information from our users. This may include:
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The information we collect about users anonymously (see section 1a) is used to help us optimise and improve the way our website works, and ensure our users are able to easily find all the information and services we offer.
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The Data Protection Act grants you a number of rights regarding your personal information. For instance, you are entitled to:
Subject access requests can be used to obtain this information and must be submitted to us in writing by fax, post or email. Subject access requests are conditional on receipt of a £10 fee to cover administrative costs, and confirmation of your identity (we will contact you in order to confirm you are the individual about whom the request has been made, or third-party acting on behalf of the individual). When these conditions are met, it will be dealt with in no longer than 40 calendar days.
More information regarding subject access requests and your rights can be found on the website of the Information Commissioner’s Office here.
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