EY Matters collects some information from people visiting the website. This page explains how the EY Matters uses and protects any information that you provide when you visit this website.
What information the OCC collects
EY Matters collects the following kinds of information from people visiting this website:
- Completing online forms, surveys placed on other websites or emailing EY Matters
- If you send an enquiry, provide us with feedback or fill a form out requesting further information
- Registration details (for visitors who sign up for the newsletter)
- Site usage information, using small files known as cookies
- We do not store credit card details nor do we share customer details with any 3rd parties
I want to opt out of cookies
You can set your browser to not accept cookies, however this may affect your use of EY Matters website. For example some features, including submitting online forms and making a purchase on EY Matters website.
Information collected through EY Matters website will be used by EY Matters only and not passed to third parties, unless you have given consent or we are obliged by law to do so. We will only keep your information for as long as necessary.
Your IP address, a number that can uniquely identify a specific computer or other device on the internet, is automatically logged by the website. This allows us to tell between different users and estimate the number of visitors to the website. IP addresses are not linked to any individual's personally identifiable information.
How EY Matters uses your information
EY Matters will collect personal information from users when they are applying to be included in the Early Years Directory
Your information with never be shared with third parties for marketing purposes. Information collected by EY Matters is used to:
- Manage your Directory entry
- listen to what visitors and members say through our website
- communicate what we've learnt to others and shape our work
- communicate events, news and information
- support our members
EY Matters will never share your information with other organisations for marketing, market research or commercial purposes.
EY Matters doesn't pass on your personal information to any other website
The Data Protection Act is the law that tells organisations what they must do to keep personal details safe and secure.
Organisations such as EY Matters have a responsibility to abide by the Data Protection Act so we will make sure that your private information doesn't fall into the wrong hands or get used in a way that is unfair to you.
Keeping information safe
If we ask you to type in any of your personal information on the website, we will make sure that this information is kept safely. Only EY Matters and other authorised organisations for administrative purposes only, will have access to this information.
We use the most up-to-date technologies to protect the personal information collected or stored on this website. All information collected is managed by EY Matters and its authorised contractors.
However, if we are worried about your safety, or the safety of someone else, we might have to pass on your details without your permission. There may be times when we will pass on your information to a partner working on a specific project but we will let you know who and why they need your information.
We will ask for your consent before collecting or publishing information or storing these details by any means. You are always free to say no to us.
Seeing your information
You have the right to see any of the information that EY Matters holds about you. If you think that any of the information we hold on you is wrong, please tell us and we'll do our best to put it right. There may be times when the law says we don't have to provide absolutely all the information but we will tell you why. You can find out more about how to do this by contacting us below.
Removing your information
If, for any reason, you want your information to be removed from our database, please just let us know and we will arrange for it to be deleted.
Users under 16
If you are under the age of 16, please make sure that you obtain a parent or guardian's permission before you place your personal information on the website. Users without this consent are not allowed to provide us with their personal information.
How to contact us
If you have any questions about how we look after your personal information, please contact us:
Post: 20 - 22 Wenlock Road, London. N1 7GU
Telephone: 020 7416 6688
This policy may change from time to time
Last updated: October 2018