Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

 

Collection and Use of Personal Data

Sarah Holliday (“Sarah”) recognises the importance of data protection and acknowledges the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) when collecting data that can be used to identify a person. Sarah is looking to establish individual and trusted contacts with persons interested in her work.

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In order to use certain features of this website, like, but not limited to, email, contact forms or social media services, you may be asked to share your name and email address. Sharing of data is voluntary. Sharing of your name and your email address (“your Contact Data”) with Sarah is required if you wish to contact Sarah.

You understand that your Contact Data and other data you provide on this website (combined “your Message”) may NOT be encrypted or stored at all. You may NOT share confidential, proprietary or third-party data on this website. You should be aware that Sarah does NOT offer any kind of data storage service. It is your responsibility to store your Message if you wish to do so.

By providing your Contact Data, you are actively consenting (opting in) to receive information from Sarah. Your Message will define the purpose on how Sarah processes your Contact Data to comply with GDPR. You may opt out (unsubscribe) from receiving information by contacting and informing Sarah. In any case and by law, Sarah will NOT sell or share your Contact Data to any third parties.

You should be aware that when you are on the website, you could be directed to other websites beyond Sarah’s control. If you visit a website that is linked to Sarah’s website, you should consult that privacy policy before providing any of your information.

IF YOU DO NOT AGREE WITH SARAH’S POLICIES AND PRACTICES, YOU SHOULD NOT USE SARAH’S WEBSITE.

If you have any concerns or questions about these policies, please contact Sarah.

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