Gallone's ice cream website(s).
What Information Is Collected?
The Gallone's ice cream website(s) will only ever collect site usage information from its visitors. For example, server log files allow us to record visitors' use of the site.
Gallone's puts together log file information from all our visitors, which we use to make changes to the layout of our site and to the information in it, based on the way that visitors move around it. Log files do not contain any personal information.
What Are Cookies?
Cookies are small pieces of information that are stored on your computer by the server maintaining and operating our site. They do not compromise your privacy or security. The cookie information does not include any personal data about you, nor do we link data from cookies to any personal data that you might choose to give us.
Most browsers are initially set up to accept cookies. If you would prefer, you can set your browser to stop cookies being placed on your equipment – please see your internet browser instructions.
The Gallone's ice cream website(s) use very well known social media sites such as Facebook & twitter, etc. For the purpose of promoting our website(s) we may self-publish information contained within social media sites including text, photo's, imagery, reviews, etc. Gallone's will only do this if the original article was directly interacting within any of the Gallone's "owned" social media pages.
Social Media Retraction
If you notice any media on any of the Gallone's ice cream website(s) which contains information about you personally (such as a picture with yourself or a loved one in it) and you would like us to remove it from our site(s), please contact our support team via email email@example.com or via a manager at any of the parlours.
In addition to the company's safeguards, your personal data is protected, in the UK, by the Data Protection Act. This provides amongst other things that the data we hold about you should be processed lawfully and fairly. It should be accurate, relevant and not excessive. The information should be kept up to date, where necessary, and not retained for longer than is necessary. The information should also be kept securely to prevent unauthorised access by other people. You have the right to see what is held about you and to correct any inaccuracies.
Last edited: 10th July 2016