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One category of cookie that we use is Google Analytics which sets cookies to help us accurately estimate the number of visitors to our website and volumes of usage. This information helps us to improve our services and website. The data stored by these cookies can only be seen by Google’s and our relevant teams and never shows any confidential information.
The Alliance of International Property Owners (AIPO) is a media owner and membership site operating on the platform www.aipo.org.uk.
AIPO recognise that your privacy is important and are committed to protecting it. We therefore comply with the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). This document sets out our policy in relation to any personal information which you supply to us through your use of this website.
If we change this policy, we will post changes on this page so that you are always aware of them. By continuing to use this website after such changes have been posted you will be deemed to have accepted and consented to them, whether you revisit this page or not.
Our Privacy notice applies to all services offered by the Alliance of International Property Professionals Limited (a company incorporated in England with company registration number 10380594 and whose registered office address is Wey Court West, Union Road, Farnham, Surrey, United Kingdom, GU9 7PT).
We only share your information with third parties in the following circumstances:
- with your consent
- with marketing partners with whom we have obtained your consent to share the information at the time we collected
Other sites and social media
If you follow a link from our website to another site or service, this notice will no longer apply. We are not responsible for the information handling practices of third party sites or services and we encourage you to read the privacy notices appearing on those sites or services.
Our websites may enable you to share information with social media sites or use social media sites to create your account or to connect your social media account. Those social media sites may automatically provide us with access to certain personal information retained by them about you (for example any content you have viewed). You should be able to manage your privacy settings from within your own third party social media account(s) to manage what personal information you enable us to access from that account.
Your information and your rights
If you are based within the EEA or within another jurisdiction having similar data protection laws, in certain circumstances you have the following rights:
- the right to be told how we use your information and obtain access to your information;
- the right to have your information rectified or erased or place restrictions on processing your information;
- the right to object to the processing of your information e.g. for direct marketing purposes;
- the right to have any information you provided to us on an automated basis returned to you in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format, or sent directly to another company, where technically feasible (“data portability”);
- where the processing of your information is based on your consent, the right to withdraw that consent subject to legal or contractual restrictions;
- the right to object to any decisions based on the automated processing of your personal data, including profiling; and
- the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority responsible for data protection matters (e.g. in the UK, the Information Commissioner’s Office).
Right to complain
You have a right to complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office (‘ICO’) if you think there is a problem with the way we are handling your personal data.