Privacy Policy

Last Updated: January 4, 2022

At Winhall Mill (“Us, We, Our, Company”) accessible at, we understand that privacy is important to you (Your, User, Visitor”). We are fully committed to protecting your privacy and personal data, including any information that identifies you as a person. This privacy policy outlines how we collect, store or use your personal data concerning our client services, events, conferences, and other activities.

Please see our Terms of Use for more information regarding our general site policies.

Section 1: The type of personal data we collect

We collect personal data, such as your name, email address, and business name on our contact us page. We may further collect personal data when you submit a comment, post, or any other material through our contact us page or via our linked websites or social media platforms. We may also collect information about the devices you use to send us a message or interact with our website or applications. We may collect your IP address, device ID, browser information through Cookies and other similar technologies. In addition, we may collect information about your interaction with our websites such as the terms you search or the pages you visit.

We may collect your personal data from third-party sites and data aggregators, including any personal information about you available online either on your social media networks or other websites. This information may include demographics and professional history. We may use this information independently or combine it with information we have collected concerning you for analytical purposes. Before we use this information, we will ensure that the third parties have complied with the applicable law for data transparency and its use.

We, however, do not collect your personal data concerning your online activity on third-party websites.

Section 2: How we use your Personal Information

We may use your personal information to contact you to fulfill your requests, send you personalized content, improve our site services, prevent fraud, comply with governing law, fulfill reporting obligations, fulfill client servicers or use it to improve our services or to offer you content that is most relevant to your needs.

Section 3: Do Not Track signals

We do not alter any of our data collection practices in response to “Do Not Track” signals from web browsers.

Section 4: Disclosure

The data we collect through Winhall Mill or its third-party service providers, subsidiaries, or other data aggregators may time to time be transferred or shared with our global partners or our third-party service providers located in countries where the laws may grant you fewer rights with regards to personnel data. We may also host our websites or applications in different countries where the data protection laws are different. 

In addition, we may disclose information about you:

– to comply with any legal regulations or processes;

– to law enforcement and government officials;

– when we believe that disclosing your information is mandatory to prevent physical or financial harm;

– when we believe disclosing your personal information will protect the interests of a person or to prevent illegal activity;

– to enforce our Terms of Use and protect our legal rights;

– to support compliance with legal procedures;

– and to comply with any applicable laws. 

However, we take adequate measures to ensure the safe use of your personal information. See section 6 to learn more about data security.   

Section 5: Links to third-party sites and service providers

We may share third-party links on our website, but this does not constitute a recommendation, sponsorship, or endorsement from Winhall Mill to those third-party site content. We shall not be liable for any information you use from those third-party sites. 

Section 6: Online security

Please note that nothing on the internet is 100% safe. At Winhall Mill, only authorized employees or partners can access your personal data. In addition, we employ state-of-the-art security practices to make sure your personal data is not stolen, shared, altered, or manipulated in any other way. However, despite these precautions, we can not guarantee that your personal data remains safe at any of our servers. In an unlikely event, an unauthorized person can get access to your personal data. 

Section 7: Data retention

We retain your personal data for the duration of our business relationship or to send you future updates about our products and services. We may store your personal data to protect ourselves from legal claims, record-keeping, and analytics. If you wish to remove your personal data from our records, please request it by contacting us or writing us an email. We will take reasonable steps to delete your information from our records.  

Section 8: Children

The Winhall Mill website is not designed for children under eighteen. We do not intentionally collect personal data from children. If you believe that your child may have accidentally provided us sensitive personal data, please contact us and we will immediately remove it from our records.

Section 9: How to unsubscribe

If you have signed up for our newsletter to receive updates about our services, you may choose to unsubscribe from those updates by contacting us.

Section 11: Changes to this privacy policy

You consent to our data collection practices, as described in this privacy policy. Winhall Mill reserves the right to change this policy without any prior notice. Please visit this page often to learn about the updates. If we decide to collect any more data other than described in this policy, we will obtain your consent either via email or inform you by posting an update on our website. 

Got questions regarding this privacy policy? Please, contact us.