General Data Privacy Regulation
As you know the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is being introduced soon and we need to confirm if you still want to hear from us.
The DTG is a not-for-profit, self-funding industry organisation. We’d like to keep in touch with you about news and developments at the DTG and DTG Testing and we will store your details safely and securely and never sell them. Only communications from the DTG and DTG Testing will rely on your consent as we do not represent any other third party organisations. Please see our Web Site Privacy Statement below.
If you do want to hear from us please enter your name and email in the form below and use the checklist to confirm your legitimate interest and the email communication(s) you’re still happy to receive from us. Please select as many items as are relevant.
Please be assured that your consent is optional and you can withdraw it at any time by emailing email@example.com or simply returning to this page and ticking ‘Withdraw All Consent’ below.
DTG Web Site Privacy Statement
When you visit this web site, your visit is logged by our web server as is the case with most web sites. This log information is statistically analysed by our technical staff to show trends in the use of the web site, such as the popularity of particular pages.
This log information does not identify you personally. It does not identify your email address. It may include the IP address and/or fully qualified domain name of the computer you use but this does not identify you personally. You should be aware that this information might identify the company you work for (if you access the web site from your place of work), or your Internet Service Provider.
We may log clicks on the links to other web sites, that are included in our pages. This is to help us determine the popularity of such links. Since this link-logging is included in our web logs, it will record the identity of the computer making the request but does not identify you personally.
If you access our web site by way of a hardware firewall, a proxy server or any other kind of router (such as an ADSL or dial-up modem connection to your ISP) then it is the address of the router that will appear in our logs and not the address of your computer.
Any email correspondence to the DTG is considered to be confidential. We will only pass your contact information on to third parties in relation to specific correspondence and only with your approval.
The Digital Television Group is registered under the UK Data Protection legislation.