This site is owned and operated by Air Business Ltd. Your privacy on the Internet is of the utmost importance to us. At Air Business Ltd we want to make your experience online satisfying and safe.
Because we gather certain types of information about our users, we feel you should fully understand the terms and conditions surrounding the capture and use of that information. This privacy statement discloses what information we gather and how we use it.
Information Air Business Ltd gathers and tracks
Air Business Ltd gathers two types of information about users:
Information that users provide through optional, voluntary submissions. These are voluntary submissions to receive our electronic newsletters.
Information Air Business Ltd gathers through aggregated tracking information derived mainly by tallying page views throughout our sites. This information allows us to better tailor our content to readers’ needs. Under no circumstances does Air Business Ltd divulge any information about an individual user to a third party.
Use of information
Air Business Ltd uses any information voluntarily given by our users to enhance their experience on our site, whether to provide interactive or personalised elements on the sites or to better prepare future content based on the interests of our users.
As stated above, we use information that users voluntarily provide in order to send out electronic newsletters. We send out newsletters to subscribers on a regular schedule (depending on the newsletter), and occasionally send out special editions when we think subscribers might be particularly interested in something we are doing. Air Business Ltd never shares newsletter mailing lists with any third parties, including advertisers, sponsors or partners.
The information on this site is intended to be useful and informative for customers of and investors in Air Business Ltd and its subsidiaries. Air Business Ltd will use reasonable care to ensure that information is accurate at the time it is added on the site.
Please note, however, that Air Business Ltd cannot guarantee the information is accurate and it shall not be liable for any losses or damage that anyone may suffer as a result of relying on this information. The information may be changed by Air Business Ltd at any time.
Please also note that the contents of this website do not constitute an invitation to invest in shares of Air Business Ltd. Air Business Ltd assumes no responsibility for the contents of any other websites to which the Air Business Ltd website has links.
The copyright in this website belongs to Air Business Ltd. All other intellectual property rights are reserved.
Data Protection Policy
Air Business Ltd has to hold and use certain information on living individuals to carry out its work and also to carry out various administrative functions both statutory and work related. The holding of this personal data, whether held on computers, paper or other media, is governed by the Data Protection Act 1998. Air Business endorses and complies with the eight principles of the Act.
Data Protection Principles are the eight principles laid down in the Data Protection Act 1998 and it is required that personal data shall be:
- Fairly and lawfully processed
- Processed for limited purposes
- Adequate, relevant and not excessive
- Accurate and up to date
- Not kept for longer than is necessary
- Processed in line with your rights
- Not transferred to other countries without adequate protection
The company will observe the eight Data Protection Principles and expect all those who work for it either as staff or suppliers to observe these principles in obtaining, handling, processing, transporting and storage of personal data.
The company has a data protection manual for staff incorporating instructions and guidance to ensure that they can comply with the Act. Any failure to comply with the instructions in the manual will be regarded as a disciplinary issue and any breach of the Data Protection Act, whether deliberate or through negligence may lead to disciplinary action and possibly criminal prosecution.
The company has appointed a Data Protection Officer to ensure that the Data Protection Policy is adhered to. The Data Protection Officer is Andrew Parks, the Director of IT and Data Services.
The Data Protection Officer will carry out an annual audit in the first quarter of the year to ensure that the policy is being complied with. Other ad hoc audits may happen if any breach of the policy is discovered. Any breach of the policy will be reported immediately to the Managing Director for action.
The company will provide training on compliance with the Data Protection Policy to existing staff as soon as the manual is available and to new staff within one month of their joining the company.
The company will ensure that personal data is physically protected against loss or damage whether it is machine readable or on paper or other media. Staff are responsible for ensuring that any personal data they hold is kept securely. They must also ensure that they do not disclose personal data either orally or in writing to any unauthorised third party.
Staff are responsible for checking that any personal data that they provide to the company is up to date and for informing the company of any changes to information that they have provided eg change of address. They are also responsible for checking any information that the company may send out from time to time, giving details of information that is being kept and processed. If, as part of their job, staff collect information about other people then they must comply with the Data Protection Policy and also follow the Data Protection Manual.
Staff and others, on whom the company keep’s personal data, have the right to make a subject access request. This allows them to ascertain what personal data the company holds and also what is done with it. Anyone wishing to exercise this right must make an application to the Data Protection Officer in writing.
The company may charge the recommended administrative fee on each occasion that access to personal data is requested. The company will normally comply with a request for personal data as quickly as possible or within forty days of receipt of the request.
The person making the request must give/show the company proof that they are the subject of the request. The company does not need to comply with a request where it has received identical or similar requests from the same individual more than once within a thirty-day period.
This policy is issued under the authority of Adam Sherman, The Managing Director.
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