How Your Information Is Used
Since 1995, Reed Exhibitions has been working to develop useful Internet services and web sites that are safe, easy, and respectful of our customers. This web site is maintained by Reed Exhibitions Limited (RX). Our corporate offices are located at Gateway House, 28 The Quadrant, Richmond, Surrey TW9 1DL, United Kingdom. You can also reach us by telephone on +44 (0) 208 910 7910.
Types of Information Gathered
There are two primary types of information provided by RX customers. The definitions and treatments of these types are as follows:
Financial Information - Payment information gathered during the registration process - including but not limited to, credit card numbers, financial institutions, and expiration dates - is considered Financial. This information is not distributed under any circumstance.
Professional Information - Data that customers provide to RX through various methods of communications with RX is considered professional information that is stored and managed for RX's internal use. Professional information includes, but is not limited to, name, address, company name, company address, phone number, fax number, email address, as well as questions answered on survey or registration forms. Data captured during a customer's visit to an RX web site, as well as during a visit with another RX customer, is also considered professional information and may also be stored for RX's internal use. Professional information may be, upon the consent of RX, shared with other organisations or RX customers for the purpose of facilitating business relationships in our customer's best interests.
RX will accept, acknowledge and maintain any customer's request to opt-out of either future communication from RX or future communication from any third party to whom RX may provide customer information.
RX will accept opt-out requests via the contact details below as follows: firstname.lastname@example.org
What are “cookies”?
“Cookies” (also known as HTTP cookies, web cookies or browser cookies) are simply small pieces of data, which are stored as text files on your computer, whenever you visit certain websites. Their typical purpose is to help sites remember particular actions you may have done there in the past. For example, cookies may track when you have logged into a site, visited certain pages or clicked certain buttons.
Are cookies harmful?
Despite this, if you do wish to disable or remove cookies, please see the “Help” section of your browser or mobile device. Each browser or device handles the management of cookies differently, so you will need to refer to your appropriate “Help” documentation. However, as mentioned, please be aware that cookies are essential for certain features of an RX site to work properly.
Why are we telling you this?