We update this Policy from time-to-time so please make sure to check this Policy when required. It won’t happen often though, which we imagine you’re happy to hear.
We’re a seriously good (and modest too) branding collective called Barefaced Studios. Barefaced Studios is a trading name of In Good Company (London) Ltd., a company registered in England, Company No. 07500563 whose registered office is at The Davies & Davies Building, 3rd Floor, 85 Stroud Green Road, London N4 3EG. Our VAT number is 268 0302 17.
Our website (www.barefacedstudios.com) is compliant with the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) adopted by the European Parliament in April 2018 and enforced by May 25th, 2018.
As mentioned above, we gather information about your computer for our services and to provide statistical information regarding the use of our website.
The information does not identify you personally. It’s statistical data about our website visitors and their use of the Barefaced Studios website. This statistical data does not identify any personal details whatsoever – for all we know you could be Cher, Trump or Danny DeVito.
We’re gathering information about the use of our website by using a Cookie file. You’ve probably heard about Cookies as loads of businesses have been using them for many years (you’ve probably seen hundreds of those pop-up ‘Cookie Notices’ when you first log on to a website). Cookies are downloaded to your computer’s hard drive automatically. They help us improve our website and the service that we provide to you. Essentially, these little files (that you won’t notice), help make things better for you. Unfortunately you can’t eat them.
All computers, have the ability to decline Cookies. This can be done by activating a setting on your browser which enables you to decline the Cookies. However, if you choose to decline Cookies, you may be unable to access particular parts of our website and some parts of it might not work properly.
Any information we collect and store directly relating to you is primarily collected when you email us.
This data is used to enable us to provide our services to you. We may use this information for the following purposes:
Data that is provided to us is stored very carefully on secure cloud-based servers. We take all steps reasonably necessary to ensure that all data is treated securely.
Unfortunately the transmission of information via the internet is not completely secure (which you’re most likely aware of anyway), therefore we can’t guarantee the security of data sent to us electronically. We might be trustworthy but the World Wide Web is a bit shifty looking and can’t always be relied upon. As such, transmission of such data is therefore sent entirely at your own risk.
If we notice a data breach we will report it immediately to the DPO.
These are some of the measures we take when collecting, holding, and processing your personal data:
You might find links to third party websites on our website. Each of these websites should have their own Privacy Policies. We have no control over how these companies operate and so can’t accept any responsibility or liability for their policies or activities. Best to check their Privacy Policies, just to be safe.
In line with the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) adopted by the European Parliament in April 2018 and enforced by May 25th, 2018 any data we process or store on you must;
You also have the right to;
If you come and visit us (we’ll make the tea if you bring the biscuits) you’ll notice that there are CCTV cameras in areas of our office building. The purpose of the CCTV, which is recorded and records both image and audio, is for the security and safety of you and our team, as well as for the security of our team and the premises. CCTV and recordings may be used on occasion for team training. If a crime happens the CCTV recordings will also be handed over to the relevant authorities.
You have the right to access, rectify, erase, restrict, challenge, object and migrate the data we hold on you. The data we hold on you might be as dull as just your email address. Nevertheless, you can find out if you wish.
To make things as simple as possible we’ll break it down for you: you can ask us what data we hold on you and you can request to update or remove partially or wholly the data we hold on you (as long as it’s not data that we legally have to hold on to). We’re a really tiny independent company – so we’d be really grateful if we didn’t receive loads of requests – but if you’re really concerned do get in touch!
If you want to get in contact with us about your data please either:
We aim to respond to data inquiries promptly but at busy times may take up to 30 days to get back to you.