DB Recovery Resources takes the issue of safeguarding your privacy seriously across all its addiction-recovery tools:
- the daily/weekly DB Recovery+ eNews
- Recovery Plus print journal and e-mag (via Boyd-Powell Publications)
- annual DB Recovery+ UKESAD conference.
DB Recovery Resources welcomes the opportunity to remind readers that we work continuously on improving our services, including with regard to data protection. Due to new legal requirements resulting from General Data Protection Regulation alongside which runs the UK’s Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations, we want to give greater clarity on how we use your personal data for direct marketing purposes as well as the information we disseminate for the public good on addiction recovery.
A limited set of the information that you have provided to us (your name, edress and your fields of interest) will be used to inform you via email about the above offerings from DB Recovery Resources. This usually includes information for the public good on addiction recovery and information on our journals, conference reports and trainings, as well as updates on our databases and online platforms; your personal data will not be shared with any 3rd parties.
The use of your personal information is based on our “legitimate interest” in providing you with additional information and direct advertising about our services (under Article 6 sec. 1 sent. 1 lit. f, sec. 4 of the GDPR regulations).
You can let us know that you would prefer not to receive direct marketing by email at any time, simply by clicking on the Unsubscribe link provided in all our emails and in any other marketing email in the future. If you do so, we will not use your personal information for direct marketing purposes.
You can finesse what information you receive when you CLICK HERE.
All emails from us have an Unsubscribe option; you can Unsubscribe at any time.
You might occasionally be asked to supply personal information such as your name or edress. You are legally protected by the Data Protection Act 1998 now by the General Data Protection Regulations 2018 that we must use that information only used for the purpose for which it was first requested and to ensure that the data is held securely. Information you give to DB Recovery Resources or Boyd-Powell Publications will be used only by us. It will not be supplied to anyone else without first obtaining your consent, unless we are obliged or permitted by law to disclose it.
Most cookies last for only the duration of your visit and are deleted when you close your browser. No personally-identifiable data is collected. Examples are:
•The last search term that you used in the site
•Your preference for accessible viewing options
•A unique ID to track your session from page to page, important should you sign into the site
•Which page you are looking at in a multi-paged index of content, or search results.
Some cookies last beyond your session, to enhance your experience when you return to the site. Examples of these ‘persistent’ cookies includes:
• “Remember my username” when signing-on/logging-in to the site
• If you voted in a poll, so that you vote only once.
How to delete cookies
You may delete and block all cookies from this site, but if you do so, parts of the site will not work.
Cookies can be deleted via the Privacy tab in Tools>Internet Options (Internet Explorer) or via Tools>Advanced>Cookies (Opera). If using Chrome, select the wrench icon in the toolbar and then Settings>Click Show advanced settings. Then In the “Privacy” section, click the Content settings button. If using Firefox follow the information here.
Google Analytics tracks how popular our site is and records visitor trends over time. It uses a cookie to help track which pages are accessed; this has no personally-identifiable information, but does use your computer’s IP address to determine its geographic location and track your page visits.
Third-party content within our site
Although we do not process financial transactions at this time, we are likely to do so in future. In that case, we could ask for your bank or card details and you will be directed to a secure area of our site. To ensure the maximum level of security is applied to your data all transmissions over the internet to and from this area will be encrypted using SSL (Secure Sockets Layer).
Users aged 16 and under
If you are aged 16 or under, ensure you get your parent/guardian’s permission before you provide personal information to us – or any other website.