You may browse and access information contained within this website without providing any personal information. Where you voluntarily provide personal information, we will only use that information to communicate with you regarding our services.
Users may be asked for, as appropriate, name, email address and phone number. Users can always refuse to supply personally identification information, except that it may prevent them from engaging in certain site related activities.
Subject to applicable laws, we may monitor and record your emails, text messages, social media messages and other communications in relation to Alice Underwood Films dealings with you.
Alice Underwood Films complies with the GDPR policy and respects your rights to have access to your personal data, or to have it erased or corrected if it is inaccurate.
HOW WE USE COLLECTED INFORMATION
Alice Underwood Films will only use your personal data as necessary to perform our contract with you and as necessary for accounting, managing and auditing business operations.
HOW WE PROTECT YOUR INFORMATION
All personal data will be kept securely to protect against unauthorised access, alteration, disclosure or destruction of your personal information. Full projects (video and photos) are kept for 12 months.
Unless requested otherwise, all raw assets from these projects will be deleted after these 12 months, but the final exports will be kept as archive.
SHARING YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION
We will not sell, or allow third parties access to your information.
We may disclose your personal information if we are required by law to do so or if you violate contractual terms. Subject to applicable data protection law, Alice Underwood Films may share your personal data with sub-contractors and other persons who help us provide a service to you, legal and other professional advisors, Government bodies and agencies in the UK and overseas, or anyone else where you have given your consent or as required by law.
PHOTOGRAPHY AND FILMING
Images of individuals, whether in still photographs or video images, will often be caught by the definition of personal data in the Data Protection Act 1998. In many cases consent from the individuals will need to be obtained in order to process (capture and use) the images fairly and lawfully.
Consent will be obtained from people whose image is the focus of the film or photography.
FILMING AND PHOTOGRAPHY IN PUBLIC AREAS OR AT EVENTS.
When filming in public areas or a large group of people it is not necessary to get the consent of people whose image is captured incidentally in the background.
Alice Underwood Films will display a warning notice to flag up that filming or photography is going to be taking place so that any individuals who wish to opt out may leave or move to an area where they will not be filmed.
An individual captured in an image can withdraw their consent even after having signed the consent form. Any such withdrawal should be in writing.
Once consent is withdrawn, Alice Underwood Films cannot use the relevant images again, but it will not normally be possible to recall the media productions in which their image has already appeared.
Photographs, film, sound recordings and still images are all protected by copyright. Alice Underwood Films is the owner of copyright in recordings it makes but our clients own copyright in their scholarly output and this includes the underlying presentation materials (such as PowerPoint slides) and the content of their dialogue (when fixed by a recording). Alice Underwood Films has the automatic right to use those copyright works for its legitimate purposes. You must ensure that any third party material captured in the course of filming or taking photographs does not breach copyright, by being satisfied that Alice Underwood Films is permitted to use such material for this purpose.
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