Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Last updated: 07 April 2018

The privacy policy explains what personal information we collect when you visit the toepoke.co.uk website and how we use your data.

About us

Our Data Protection Register Number is ZA335298, listed under toepoke.co.uk. You can contact us by:

Email
contact[at]toepoke.co.uk
Post
FAO: Franz Junge
19 Bodmin Road
Middleton
Leeds
LS10 4PL

What personal data we collect and how we use it

Personal data

Data Why and how we use your data
Email

We request your email address to provide multiple services on the website:

  1. To help your manager organise your games. For example we'll send you an email to invite you to a game and/or remind you that you have previously said you were playing.
  2. To display your avatar if you have opted to do so.
  3. As a unique identifier when you log into the website so we know who you are.
  4. Your email address will be viewable by managers as they may need to contact you in order to organise your games.
  5. To inform you of updates to the service, if you have consented us to do so.
  6. To email you an invitation to join a squad.
Secondary Email

If you wish you can register a second email address. This can be useful to receive notifications to both your personal and work email accounts.

Your secondary email will only be used to help organise your games. For example we'll send you an email to invite you to a game and/or remind you that you have previously said you were playing.

You are not obliged to register a second email address.

Name

Your full name is used to identify you to other users in your squad. This will include both managers and other players.

Nickname
  1. Your nickname is used to identify you during chat sessions with your team mates.
  2. Your nickname is also be used on public areas of the website to keep your full identify from being revealed.
Age
  1. We use your age to verify you are old enough to use the website. You must be over 18 years of age to register with the website.
  2. Your age can be seen by other players in your squad to help make even teams.
Gender

We may ask your gender so we can match players who feel safest playing with the same sex.

You are not obliged to tell us your gender.

Social Network

If you use your social network to register with the website, or you link your social network account to us we will store the following:

  1. Email - We will use your email for the same reasons outlined above.
  2. Identifier - Your identifier, combined with your Username to uniquely identify your social media account.
  3. Username - Your username, combined with your Identifier to uniquely identify your social media account.
  4. Photo - The photo from your social network is used to display your avatar if you have opted to do so.
Gravatar.com email

If you wish you can use the gravatar service to display your avatar to other players.

Should you choose to enter your gravatar email address on the website we'll store it so we can show the associated avatar.

Mobile Telephone

Your mobile telephone number will be viewable by managers as they may need to contact you in order to organise your games.

You do not have to share your mobile telephone number if you do not wish to.

IP Address
  1. When you reset your password your IP address is used to provide confidence that the request was made by you.
  2. Your IP address is also used to help diagnose any errors that occur when you are using the website.

Data Retention

If your account is inactive for 12 months or more your data is deleted from our systems.

You can delete the data we store about you by closing your account at any time.

Visitors To Our Website

We record information about how visitors interact with our website and use this data with 3rd party services, Google Analytics and Smartsupp. We use Google Analytics and Smartsupp to help us to better understand what content and products visitors want. We do not use analytics data to attempt to track or identify individuals.

Newsletters

We pass your name and email address to MailChimp so that we can keep you up-to-date with the services we provide. MailChimp may transfer your data outside of the EU to provide this service.

We will only transfer your details to MailChimp if you agree and you can opt out at any time by:

  • Changing your marketing preferences on our website, or
  • Clicking the unsubscribe link in one of our marketing emails

We do not share our mailing list with anyone else.

How we use cookies

We use cookies for monitoring which pages you find useful and which you do not and help to provide a better website. You can read more about our use of cookies below.

Your rights

You have statutory rights relating to any of your personal data that we hold. Find out more at the ICO website here.

You can check or update your personal details by updating your profile.

How to contact us

If you have any questions or complaints about our data privacy policy or personal data that we may hold about you please contact us.

Updates

This policy was reviewed and last updated 30-March-2018.

Previous versions:

  1. 27 July 2010

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