Effective from 25th May 2018
We make every effort to ensure we protect your personal information and we never share your email address or any other personal information with any third party companies or marketing companies.
BlackFire Media fully complies with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) EU legislation, which is applicable to all EU citizens.
How we use your data.
In order for us to register your domain and hosting it will be necessary to collect your email address, name, address and phone number. These details will then be submitted to our hosting provider and the IEDR. The IEDR and our Irish hosting & domain provider are both based in Ireland and are fully GDPR compliant.
Our UK hosting provider is fully UK GDPR compliant.
These details are then stored on our offline database and are only used to correspond with you in matters regarding your website upkeep and maintenance.
If you wish to request what personal information we hold on you then please feel free to email email@example.com
Alternately if you would like to request account deletion you can do so by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Is my personal data transferred outside of the European Union?
Yes. Online transactions are processed by paypal and the majority of our hosting is on UK hosting servers.
At the time of writing all of our online payments are processed securely with Paypal. It is necessary in order to process your card payment to collect your name, address and card details. These are processed securely to our card processing partner Paypal and the transaction is processed on Paypals servers. “Paypal is fully GDPR compliant,”
Payments will appear on your statement as Phoenix Media Website Services
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There are two types of cookies that can be used:
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