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Privacy Policy

At Wright Obara we respect your personal privacy and are committed to protecting your information while you are using the service. This policy describes how we handle any information collected by or submitted to our website,

Information we collect and how we use it

We use the information we collect to operate and improve our website and to respond to requests for information.

When you visit our site, our server software stores basic technical information, including your IP address and your browser’s “User Agent” string. We use this information to detect whether a malicious user is trying to gain unauthorised access to our site or server, or to diagnose and resolve any technical issues the site might be having. We delete this technical information after 30 days, unless required to do so by law (e.g. by request from law enforcement agencies).

We also have a form on our site where you can ask us to get in touch with you. This form asks for your name, email address and a message for us. We store this information on our server, and Wright Obara will only use this information to contact you about the message you send us. The data stored on the server will be deleted within 30 days. In certain cases, the data may also be stored in site backups that we hold for disaster recovery. These backups are stored in an encrypted environment and will be deleted within 98 days.

We use Google Analytics to provide us with aggregate reporting on users who are visiting the site. Google Analytics doesn’t tell us any of your personal information and we’re using the Google IP address anonymisation feature, but we’re able to see aggregate data such as the number of visitors to our site, a breakdown of their approximate location based on the first part of their IP address, the numbers of users visiting us from mobile or desktop devices and the number of users who arrived at our site directly or by using a search engine.

You can opt-out of Google Analytics data collection. To read more about Google Analytics and find out how to opt-out, visit this page.

Accessing, changing, or deleting your information

You may ask for a copy of the information we hold for you, or for us to delete information, by emailing [email protected]. In order to verify it’s you, we may need to ask for ID or verify you by some other means, for example verifying that you’re able to receive email at the address we hold for you.

Information for European Union Visitors

All data is collected and stored within the EU.