What information does RouteNote collect and how is it collected?
Cookies may be used to help us track and record your use of the site, and help us improve our services. Cookies are small text or data files that are written to your computer's hard drive when you visit a particular site. Cookies are an industry standard, and most sites use them; it is possible to disable cookies in your internet browser, please consult the help pages in your browser if you wish to do so.
From time to RouteNote may ask you to participate in a survey or questionnaire pertaining to the site, or other RouteNote products and services, your responses will be treated as confidential and anonymous unless otherwise specified.
If you forget your password or site identity details, RouteNote may request reminder information to help you recall this information; this will only occur at your request. If you receive unsolicited requests for this information or you are not completely sure of the authenticity of any such communication please contact RouteNote immediately for confirmation. Such action helps us to prevent identity fraud.
How is the information used and to whom is it disclosed?
We may also use anonymous and impersonal information supplied by you during registration as part of statistics describing our clients to potential partners, investors and advertisers. Personal information will not under any circumstances be sold or otherwise transferred to third parties without your express approval of each instance.
From time to time, it may be necessary for RouteNote employees to view your personal information. This will only be in the strictest confidence, and those individuals authorised to do so will be bound by the strictures of the Data Protection Act, and our own stringent internal privacy guidelines.
Routenote may hold your data outside of the UK or the EU on servers that Routenote owns or space on such servers that Routenote may be renting and by providing any information you consent to such data being held outside of the UK and/or the EU.
Please be aware that RouteNote is legally obliged to disclose your personal information in repose to a subpoena, warrant, or court order as governed by the English Courts, and may release personally identifiable information in the good faith that such action is necessary to comply with British law, such as copyright law. We will give you ten (10) days notice before we release such information unless otherwise obliged. In the case of an alleged breach of any of the terms and conditions of use of Routenote’s site or any User Agreement, we may also pass on information to our own legal advisers and associates, and we will take all legally permissible action in order to protect ourselves against allegations of copyright or other legal infringement.
Routenote also reserves the right in its sole and absolute discretion to provide your personal information to any law enforcement agency or similar body in the event that Routenote considers in its sole and absolute discretion that any music that you may have uploaded onto our site infringes the rights of any third party.
RouteNote may transfer information it collects from you or obtains from third parties to a purchaser in the event of a sale of the business of Routenote, including your personally identifiable information to the extent allowed by British law.
How can I correct or remove my personal information?
Please be aware when requesting that information be deleted from RouteNote's database that RouteNote may not immediately be able to remove such material from partner sites due to the existence of contracts that have not yet reached their fixed termination or expiry date.
Access to your personal information is protected by a password in which is selected by you. By approving this policy you agree that it is your responsibility to keep your password secure confidential in order to prevent unauthorised access and you also agree to notify RouteNote if any unauthorised use incurs. You are responsible for any orders placed with RouteNote or any submissions to RouteNote using your site identity and password.
How is my personal information protected?
Will this policy change?