When you use our websites, we collect information about you. This privacy statement explains what we collect and why.
When you look at our website
We can’t see any information about you when you look at our website. We can see how many times each webpage has been looked at, when it was looked at, and other general information. We can’t identify you from this information.
We use this information to help us design better websites.
When you type information into our website
Some of our webpages allow you to type information. The way we use this information depends on why you have provided it.
Example: You fill out the form to submit a water justice story. You send it to us through our website. You should expect we will use the information to post your story on the website.
We can also use your information for other purposes if:
- you say we can
- there is a law which says we can.
There are people who help us monitor and maintain our website. These people may see your information as part of their work to keep our website safe, secure, and in working order. We may also show your information to people like the Police to protect someone’s safety, or if it suggests a criminal offence.
When you click on a link
Some of our webpages have links to other people’s websites. This privacy statement won’t apply to other people’s websites. You should check their privacy statement before giving them information.
We follow the rules about privacy set out in the Information Act 2002.
If you have any queries about our website privacy and security practices please contact us.
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