Paul Brotherton

(Visual Artist)

Privacy Policy / Cookie Policy 

INTRODUCTION:-

To respect your Privacy, this is a static document website, for information only. Content is regularly updated, to inform you about the art and career of Paul Brotherton (Visual Artist). As the First Party user we control the content of this website. We do NOT collect, request, process, store, sell or use any of your personal information or data via this website. Therefore we cannot communicate with you directly via this website, by email, e-commerce page, contact form, telephone, text or any other method.

LINKS TO OTHER WEBSITES:-

This website does NOT use Google Analytics or any other Third Party services, other than essential website functionality support from our Web Hosting service provider, Fasthosts Internet Ltd (UK). We do NOT use or permit any form of advertising on this website. This website does NOT directly link to any Social Media or similar Platforms, or any other third party websites, for example, through the use of links, Social Media follow or share icons or buttons or similar.

SOCIAL MEDIA:-

If you choose to conduct a web-search for further information about - Paul Brotherton Artist - please be aware that other than as a user, we do not have control over those other websites and platforms. Therefore we are not responsible for the protection or privacy of any information which you provide while visiting those sites, as those sites are not governed by this Privacy Policy Statement and we encourage you to read the Privacy Policy Statements on those other websites.

COMMUNICATING WITH US VIA SOCIAL MEDIA:-

If you send us a private or direct message via another Social Media platform, website or forum, the message will NOT be collected or stored by us, or shared with any other organisation.


Cookie Policy:-

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer or device by websites that you visit. They are widely used in order to make websites work more efficiently. Types of Cookies include: First Party Cookies, Third Party Cookies, Session Cookies, Persistent Cookies, Secure Cookies and HTTPOnly Cookies. The following information explains the use of cookies on this website and why.

This website uses First Party Cookies:-

If the 'host' name is the same as the 'domain' name in the browser address bar when set or retrieved, then it is a First Party Cookie. To make this website work efficiently, this website uses First Party cookies; 'essential' session or transient cookies, as set by our Website Hosting provider, Fasthosts Internet Ltd (UK). To respect your privacy, we do NOT use 'non-essential', tracking or other Third Party Cookies on this website, set for example via links or icons, other than 'essential' Cookies set by our Website Hosting service provider to make this website work more efficiently. 

How can you change your cookie settings?

Most web browsers allow some control of most cookies through your browser settings.

CHANGES TO THIS PRIVACY POLICY & COOKIE POLICY STATEMENT:-

We consider your privacy to be very important to us and we therefore keep our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy Statement notices under regular review. Changes to these policies will be notified to you on this page. This Privacy Policy & Cookie Policy Statement was last reviewed and updated on 11th June 2018.