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What We Do
Pussycat Club is an adult entertainment venue located in Brighton, United Kingdom.
Data We Collect
We will request information such as your name, contact details (including address, postcode, telephone number, email address), which you choose to provide when you enter information via our contact forms.
We need to collect this information to be able to provide you with our products and services. It also helps us personalise and deliver relevant content in any e-mails. The legal basis for our collection of this data is defined as ‘Legitimate Interest’ as per Recital 47 of Article 6(f) of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), as it is reasonable for you to expect that you will be contacted regards to your enquiry after having emailed us or entered your contact details into an enquiry form. We do not collect ‘sensitive data’ about you (as specified in Article 9 of the GDPR as data about ‘racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, or trade union membership’.)
We do not knowingly collect, process or share the Personal Data of children or minors, if you are under 18, please do not provide any personal information to us. Under 18’s are forbidden from using our site and we have embedded an age gate using the Common Ninja html code generator.
You do not have to provide us with any Personal Data if you do not want to, however, we will be unable to contact you about your enquiry if you do not.
This data is used to customise the content of our website and social media to help deliver an improved experience for our users and it will not personally identify you.
Use of Personal Data
If you provide your telephone number to us, we will contact you via phone to qualify your enquiry and to ascertain your requirements. We may also contact you via email with information we believe will be of interest to you.
We also use your information for the purposes of administering and expanding our business activities, providing customer services, and making available our products and services to both existing customers and prospective customers.
We may send you marketing communications relating to our business or the businesses of carefully selected third parties which we think may be of interest to you, by post, by email, or telephone (you can inform us at any time if you no longer require marketing communications).
We may need to supply some of your data to a third party to be able to supply you with a service. We will only provide the data that is essential to the provision of the service. We will retain your Personal Data for up to 24 months, either from the date of submission or from our last communication with you. The reasons we retain your Personal Data for this period are as follows:
- It may take us some time to contact you after you have made your enquiry
- Once we have contacted you we may contact you by way of a courtesy call to ensure that your requirements have been met and to maintain the standards of the service we provide
- We run promotions and launch new products from time to time. We will update you with this information if we believe it is of interest or benefit to you
- We have more information to refer to if you contact us again in the future or make a complaint
- We will need this information if we are providing you with any services
How We Store Your Data And Information
We make reasonable efforts to keep your data and information safe. This means where we store this information electronically, we keep our software up to date and use modern security software.
Your Data Rights
Under GDPR you have certain rights regarding your Personal Information. We have outlined the rights that apply to the Personal Data we collect, which are as follows:
- The right of access – this means you have the right to know what Personal Data we hold about you. We will provide this information to you free of charge
- The right of rectification – if the Personal Data we hold about you is incorrect or incomplete you have the right to correct it or complete it
- The right to erasure – sometimes known as ‘the right to be forgotten’ this means if you request us to do so, we will delete the Personal Data we hold about you. This means we may not be able to provide you with services in the future
- The right to restrict processing – this means that you can request for us to cease processing your data rather than deleting it. This means we may not be able to provide you with services in the future
- The right to data portability – this means if you request Personal Data from us we will provide it in a commonly used, machine-readable form
- The right to object – this means you can object to us processing your Personal Data if you do not believe it is in your interest
- You also have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority if you so wish
Types of Data Collected
For some website functionality, we will need to create for you a user account that allows you to log in to the website to ensure that only authorised individuals can access your data and that functionality. Examples include when you make an online purchase via the website, or when you have a role in administering or contributing towards the website content (such as a blog author).
The purpose of these user accounts is to protect your personal data behind login security and to protect the integrity of our website and the servers that run it.
Data collected will generally involve your name and email address (which doubles as username) as a minimum, but may include your postal address if it is required for online purchases.
If you do not register for an online account, then no such data will be collected in this regard.
An IP address is a number that is automatically assigned to your computer whenever you are using the web. Web servers automatically identify your computer by its IP address. On occasions, we collect IP addresses for the purposes of system administration, to analyse aggregate information, and to audit the use of our website.
Cookies & Similar Technologies
Use of Clear GIFs
Our website uses Google Analytics to help us to understand how people use our website. It does this by tracking information such as how long people spend on our website, the pages they visit, the website that referred them to our website, and other aggregate data. We do this so that we can make improvements to our website and provide a better user experience and more engaging content. As analytics information is not personal data, we do not specifically ask for your prior consent.
To opt-out of Google Analytics tracking on all sites, use the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on.
Other Google Services
In addition to Google Analytics, we use a number of industry-standard Google services to provide particular pieces of website content. These include:
- Google Fonts: We may use one or more of Google’s web fonts to ensure that our website content is displayed in a clear and consistent fashion across all of the different types of devices and browsers
- Google Maps: We may use Google’s mapping services to provide dynamic geographic maps on our website
- Google Recaptcha: We may use Google’s Recaptcha service (which provides the ‘I Am Not A Robot’ functionality) on our web contact forms. Recaptcha is a security measure to prevent the abuse of our contact forms by automated programs
Each of these services involves our website making a connection to one or more Google servers, and may result in Google placing cookies on your device.
We use social media cookies from Facebook on our website. Facebook places the cookies, and we use them to understand the effectiveness of social media campaigns that we operate.
If you are not logged into Facebook when you view our website, then it is not possible for any personal information about your visit to be collected. Therefore we do not specifically ask for your prior consent.
If you are logged into Facebook when you view our website, then Facebook will know when you visit Us. We do not have any access to the details of that personal data, as you have consented to share it with Facebook, not Us. We just get to see anonymised data about the numbers of people who have responded to our advertising or other social media activity.
There are several ways of controlling the ads that you see based on your activity on Facebook. The following resources may help to understand those choices:
- How to opt-out of Facebook interest-based advertising on your browser or mobile device.
- About Ads: https://www.aboutads.info/choices
- Your Online Choices: https://www.youronlinechoices.eu/
You can always use your browser’s private or incognito mode to browse websites anonymously.
If you disable marketing cookies on this website, it does not mean that you will not see our ads, it just means that they will not be personalised based on your Facebook activity.
(We have chosen to use a third-party services Webador) for payment processing (e.g. payment processors).
The payment processors that we may use are:
How to Contact Us
Postal Address: 75 Grand Parade Brighton BN2 9JA