OpenConsent respects your privacy. We are committed to being open and transparent about privacy and working on products and services that do this so you don’t have too. This website doesn’t consume personal data.
Our Company Name, Address & Contact Information
OpenConsent Group Ltd
22 Wenlock Rd,
You can contact us with this email address to use your privacy rights.
Tracking, Disclosure & Security
This website is the OpenConsent professional services portal. We do not track you on this website, we do not collect your personal information unless you request a professional service from OpenConsent.
1. What information do we collect with this website?
Only ever non-sensitive personal data is collected. No special
If you choose to subscribe to an OpenConsent product or service, your contact information and communications or comments will require a name, email, website (where applicable). If you provide us sensitive data we will delete it.
We do not use Google Analytics, as Google tracks you from website to website with your IP address and as Michale Waltzer explains, this is the definition of Tyranny.
The only exemption to this is the possibility that a government will require OpenConsent to provide personal data and we will do so only to the extent that we are required to do so by law; (and as we collect so little personal data, this is a low privacy risk possibility)
4. Security of your personal data
We will take more than reasonable technical and organisational precautions to prevent the loss, misuse or alteration of your personal information.
All of our public end points are encrypted and all personal data is encrypted while in transit.
Of course, data transmission over the internet is inherently insecure with ssl. We do use 3rd party hosted servers which we encrypt and control the data, so the 3rd parties do not have access.
5. Amendments to this policy
If their is a material change in this policy we will ask for explicit consent before using your personal data again. `If this is not provided, we will delete your data
6. Your rights
in the static old (non – live fashion) rights are accessible via email with a 30 day maximum response time period before you can escalate the complaint to the Information Commissioners office, who is the UK Privacy Regulator. Using the ICO complaints hotline,
Your Privacy Right Are:
Right to Privacy Information
Right to raise a privacy issue
Right to complain
Right to data portability
Right to restrict processing
Right to get personal data erased
Right to object
Right To withdraw consent
Access these rights any time with an email to —> privacy(at)OpenConsent.com - or via the OpenConsent Privacy Profile, hosted on the Open Privacy Network.
At OpenConsent we take the law a bit more literally with Consent by Design, you can use the OPN network to access privacy and security information and raise and issue, without having to identify yourself.
You may instruct us to provide you with any personal information we hold about you at any time, and request us to delete your personal information.
You may instruct us not to process your personal data and can withdraw your consent at any time by emailing privacy(at)openconsent.com. Data processing will immediate be restricted and erased in 7 days if there is no other legal obligation to retain your personal data. In such a scenario, your personal data will be extracted and kept separately.
8. Third party websites
The OpenConsent website has news articles, reports, research and these reports that May have links to 3rd party website or social media services that have their own policies and surveillance technologies that may not conform to OpenConsent and the Privacy Network’s operational standards. We are not responsible for 3rd parties and you can use these at your own risk.
9. Contacting Us