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GDPR Opt-in page.

This is our GDPR Opt-in page. Please fill in the form below to continue to receive email communication from Atlas Translations. We regularly send out newsletters to clients and suppliers, and those interested in the world of language and translation.

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GDPR Opt-in and Privacy Policy

In addition, you can also read more about our Privacy Policy here: https://www.atlas-translations.co.uk/privacy-policy/ 

The above page contains details of our Privacy Policy, the GDPR and our treatment of personal data here at Atlas Translations.

Of course, we take our duty to process your personal data very seriously. Our policy sets out how any personal data we collect or that you provide will be processed. Therefore, please read it carefully. We hope it clarifies our views and practices regarding your personal data and how we treat it.

Data Controller

We are registered as Data Controller, Registration Number Z8678346, in accordance with the current Data Protection Legislation.

If you have any queries, please do raise them in writing to Clare Suttie, Director of Atlas Translations.

We live in a data-driven world. Almost every transaction and interaction you have with most organisations involves you sharing personal data, such as your name.  You share data online too. Every time you visit a website, search for or buy something. Even when you use social media or send an email.

Of course, sharing data helps makes life easier, more convenient and connected. However,  your data is YOUR DATA. It belongs to you. Therefore it’s important your data is used only in ways you would reasonably expect. And that it stays safe. Above all, data protection law makes sure everyone’s data is used properly and legally.

The Information Commissioner’s Office

You can find out more about this subject; we recommend The Information Commissioner’s Office: https://ico.org.uk/

They are the UK’s independent authority set up to uphold information rights in the public interest. They promote openness by public bodies and data privacy for individuals.