Change to Privacy Notice: Information for Newsletter Subscribers

Change to Privacy Notice

Privacy Notice Updated 6th May 2020

Under GDPR legislation I’m required to inform you if I change my Privacy Notice.

There are no fundamental changes to the way I use your personal data, however I have changed the wording around my use of email addresses for marketing as of 6th May 2020.

You can read the updated Privacy Notice here.

The key changes are in Section 2, Part v (Marketing Data) and Section 3, Part v (Marketing Data).

What do these changes mean for you?

Honest answer? Not a lot!

As a newsletter subscriber, you previously gave your consent to receive this regular update via the sign up form or by using the double opt in feature.

However, you have the right to withdraw this consent at any time. You can do this using the Unsubscribe link at the bottom of every newsletter email.

What has changed?

Previously where the Privacy Notice referred solely to the newsletter, it now refers to email marketing in general.

Why have these changes been made?

Imogen’s Imagination now uses automated follow up emails for online customers. As a newsletter reader, you will also receive these when you next place an order.

What do I need to do?

You need to decide if your information and permissions are up to date on my mailing list.

I will be running a re-subscription campaign in the coming weeks. Please don’t be alarmed if you receive one of these emails! It is just to ensure that I have up to date permissions from all my readers.

If you want to check your current permissions, you can do it via the Update Subscription Preferences link at the end of any of my newsletter emails.

However, if you no longer wish to receive my newsletter, as already mentioned, you have the right to unsubscribe immediately. This can be done via the Unsubscribe from this List link at the end of any of my newsletter emails.

If you have any further queries, or require any additional assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

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