Manchester University Press
Manchester University Press is committed to looking after any information that you make available to it in accordance with data protection and privacy laws. This applies whether the information is obtained directly from individuals via this website by completing online forms or by other means such as phone calls, e-mail, printed forms, or in person. It also applies to information obtained from publicly available sources.
Manchester University Press is part of The University of Manchester. The University of Manchester is the Data Controller and is responsible for any personal information we may collect about you. This policy outlines whose information Manchester University Press collects, what information it collects, how it collects it, and what it does with it.
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Whose information do we, Manchester University Press, collect?
We collect personal information about the following categories of people:
What information do we collect?
Depending on the nature of your relationship with Manchester University Press, we may collect some or all of the following information:
How do we collect the information?
Information is collected under the following circumstances:
What do we do with the information?
We use the information to help us to:
When you provide us with your contact details, you will be asked whether you wish to receive any further communications from us. We will only communicate with you if:
We may still use your personal information in the following situations, which are likely to be rare:
We may use the information you provide to undertake analysis and evaluation projects. Sometimes this means gathering information from publicly available resources (e.g. academic institutional websites) or it can mean using a third party to help us report on our customers and subscribers (such as where our customers come from, or the demographic profiles of site visitors). We may share information with contracted third party vendors (such as our book distributors and software developers) who use the information to provide specific services on our behalf. The contracted parties act as data processors on our behalf and do not use the information for any other purposes. We never share personally identifiable information with other third party suppliers and list of our suppliers can be provided on request.
We regularly communicate with our customers via email. E-newsletters are sent to a list of people who have signed up to receive them. If, as a subscriber to our e-mailing list, you no longer want us to contact you, or you wish to amend the type of communications you receive, then you can opt out or change your preference at any time, either by contacting Manchester University Press, or via the unsubscribe link included in every email we send you.
We will ensure that all personal data you supply is held safely and securely and in accordance with data protection and privacy laws, including the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
We do not sell or otherwise transfer personally identifiable information to any third parties unless you have consented to this or this is permitted by law.
We will keep your data in accordance with the University’s retention policy and will not keep information for longer than necessary.
What are my rights in connection with my personal information?
Under certain circumstances, by law you have the right to request access to your personal information (commonly known as a “data subject access request”). This enables you to receive a copy of the personal information we hold about you and to check that we are lawfully processing it. Please see the University of Manchester information guidance here.
Are changes ever made to this notice?
This privacy notice was last updated in June 2018 and may be amended from time to time.
Manchester University Press
Website Privacy Notice
Manchester University Press is part of The University of Manchester. When you visit any of the University websites including this one, the following information is received and stored by our web servers: anonymised details of your IP address, browser type and operating system; and the web pages you visited. This data is known as web server logs. We use this information strictly to analyse how the University websites are used by our visitors and we may archive this information in an anonymous form for historical records.
The University’s websites, including this one, use ’cookies’ which are text files placed on your computer when you visit a site which help us understand how you use our websites. Cookies don’t collect personal data from your computer, only the data created by your browsing. Some cookies remain on your computer after you leave the website; these are called ‘persistent’ cookies.
You can choose not to accept cookies by changing your browser settings or deleting existing cookies installed on your computer. Visit www.aboutcookies.org for information on how to do this.