Privacy Policy

In accordance with the imminent application of the EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation, Port 80 Services has created this page to explain exactly what data we hold, for what purpose and how you can access it.

The General Data Protection Regulation Overview

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new EU privacy law that will come into force on May 25th, 2018. Its aim is to strengthen and standardise privacy laws across the EU.

The GDPR will give control of personal data back to consumers through tighter controls over those who host and process such data. It stipulates that people must have a legal right to access, correct, delete or transfer personal information held about them on any company system. They must also provide their explicit consent for their personal data to be held, after which companies must save this consent.

GDPR and Port 80 Services

Port 80 Services fully supports the introduction of the GDPR. Please do not hestite to contact us with any enquiries on the subject of data stored by us and we’ll be happy to assist.

Data Held By Port 80

Port 80 stores a minimal amount of personal data about its clients which are necessary for the purposes of meeting our contractual obligations with them. Under the terms of the GDPR, Port 80 has the right to store, without explicit consent, any such data as are necessary for us to operate and pursue our legitimate business interests.

We collect and store no sensitive personal data and will never share your data with any third parties. The data we hold on you will never be used by us to send you promotional material or unsolicited marketing.

For each client, Port 80 Services will store the following personal information:

  • Name
  • Email address
  • Postal address
  • Phone number
  • Name and contact details of your business (if applicable)
  • Copies of invoices for work done, which Port 80 is legally required to retain for auditing purposes
  • Copies of any emails sent to us
  • Any websites we host, and local copies therof, the content and related files of which may contain personal data

Accessing, Correcting or Deleting Your Data

In line with the new GDPR guidelines, you have the right to view, correct or request the deletion of any data that we hold on you. Please simply contact us and we will respond within 14 days with a copy of the data held. We will comply with any requests to modify or delete data where that request does not impact on our ablity to pursue our legitimate business interests.

In addition to data on our clients, Port 80 will also store the emails and email address of anyone who contacts us via our email address. If you are not a client of ours and believe we may be storing your email address and wish us to check, let us know and we will be happy to help.