Privacy Policy

At The Cricket Mag we respect your privacy and we promise to:

Use your personal information only to provide you with the information you have requested or have agreed to receive.
Keep your data safe and secure and process it in a manner that follows your wishes.
Use cookies and web beacons (but only those which don’t personally identify you) to improve the quality and relevance of the messages we send you.
Assist you to change your mind at any time about the communications you have signed up to receive.
Only disclose your data to third parties for marketing purposes when you have said it’s OK to do so.

Data Security

When you give your personal data to The Cricket Mag, we will keep your data safe and secure. To prevent unauthorised access, maintain data accuracy and ensure the correct usage of information, we monitor and adjust our physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure your personal data while in our care, or in the care of any outside suppliers with whom we may contract to process your data on our behalf. Any outside suppliers are under strict contractual terms to mirror the security policies that we currently have in place.

How we use Cookies

‘Cookies’ are small text files that are stored by your web browser on your computer’s hard drive.

We use this information to gain insights on your visit and use them to improve your experience. The information we collect this way is non-personally identifiable.

Cookies may be session based (i.e. they expire when the browser session ends) or persistent (they remain on your hard drive for a longer duration).

If you would like more information about cookies and how to control them no matter what version and which software you are using, go to www.allaboutcookies.org

Links to other websites

Our website provides links to resources that we believe may be useful. These links will lead you to websites operated by third parties that operate under different privacy policies. Should you choose one of these links you will be leaving the The Cricket Mag site for a site over which we have no control.