Privacy

This website is run by the Newcastle upon Tyne Community First Party.

This website only collects data that you submit to it and, in doing so, you are providing it willingly and with consent for the purposes of communication and campaigning. Your data will not be shared with a third party without your consent or under special circumstances, such as when we believe in good faith that the law requires it.

When you sign a petition online, we will need to release some of your personal details to the petition’s addressee and we will assume your consent to pass on this information. We will not pass more details than are necessary, nor will we pass on your details to any other third party.

If you have any questions about the data held, please contact the Newcastle upon Tyne Community First Party via the contact information on this website.

The Newcastle upon Tyne Community First Party may send you updates by e-mail, text message or post, however, if at any time you would like to unsubscribe from our contact list, you may do so by emailing us and asking to be removed from contact lists.

We use traffic analysis tools to analyse traffic on this website. These tools display aggregate data such as the total number of visitors and “hits” each day and their broad geographical location, popular search queries and which sites link to our site. We do not associate this data with any personally identifying information which you may choose to provide us.

We do not use cookies to collect personally identifiable information about you. Plugins on this website may use cookies, for example, when completing an online survey or to collect anonymous, visitor traffic statistics and to identify you if you sign into the site. You may stop or restrict the creation of cookies by modifying the settings in your web browser by clicking here.

The Newcastle upon Tyne Community First Party uses social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook for which we have a policy.