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Privacy Policy

Your privacy is important to everyone at Coriolis Ltd (‘we’ or ‘us’). Part of this commitment is to have and regularly maintain a privacy policy.

This is it.

We will respect your privacy and be clear with you regarding any personally identifying information we collect, process, manage or retain with regards to you. We are the data controller for any such data on our website. This policy also applies to any of our appointed 3rd parties.

Our website is and this Policy relates to this site.

If you want further information on how we deal with your privacy we’d be happy to help, just email us at

Our registered office (which can also be used for correspondence on this matter) is

16 Commerce Square, The Lace Market, Nottingham, England, NG1 1HS

If you need to sign-up to other terms and conditions on the website we’ll clearly indicate this.

We work according to the General Data Protection Regulations 2016 and the Data Protection Act 2018. This means that we really only want to have your data for a clear business reason and where its necessary for our legitimate interests. This also means that we minimise the personal data we hold about you (we really don’t want it unless it’s absolutely necessary if we’re honest).

We may be in receipt of your information if you have made enquiries, requested information or applied for a job with us (we’re always looking for great people to join us). Therefore, the type of information we may process is usually so that we can provide and continue to improve our services, this includes how we can improve our website or asking you for your opinions and feedback.

At Coriolis, we’re not backwards in coming forwards, so If we do collect personal data through our website, we’ll be upfront about this. We’ll make it clear when we collect personal information, and we’ll explain what we intend to do with it. This may be, for example, when you complete the Contact Us form.

If you’re fortunate enough to be checking us out via our shiny website at we use 3rd party services such as Google analytics to capture standard internet log type information. This means that we can better understand experience of users on the website and improve it as a result. For example, in the unlikely event that don’t like any of the content posted by Mark Schubert and log off straight away we want to know but we’ll keep this to ourselves. If we get some impressive stats on visitor numbers we’ll shout about it but we won’t include any of your personal details.

We love cookies so much that we have a whole other blurb on these – if you’re that committed you can check it out here

We will not pass your personal information to other 3rd parties unless it’s consistent with this policy, any separate terms and conditions, or we are required to do so by law (we can’t think of when that would happen – but just in case).

We strive to make sure we keep all information safe. This includes any personal information. That said, the world can be a scary place full of people intent on doing nasty things. So, we can’t sadly guarantee its absolute security, but safeguarding it is our priority.

Very occasionally we may provide a link to another site (rarely, as we prefer to keep you on ours). If you go there – do check out their privacy policy too. Partly to satisfy yourself that they have one, but if its better than ours tell us and we’ll think of an inventive way of incorporating their content here. Obviously, we can’t take responsibility for the content or security of websites we don’t own or control.

Your data protection rights include

  • A right of access (we’ll give you copies of data we hold or process about you).
  • A right of rectification (we’ll correct any errors or omissions about the data we hold about you if we become aware of it)
  • A right to be forgotten (we’ll delete your data if you ask us to and will inform any appointed 3rd party)
  • A right to object or restrict to your data being processed (we’ll stop using your data in certain circumstances – just let us know)
  • A right to complain (we think it unlikely but you can always make a complaint to us at

For all the above we’ll respond to you within a month. If after this, you’re still not happy you can of course take up the issue with the Information Commissioner’s Office

We’ve really enjoyed putting this policy together (we’re hoping you can tell). We’re that excited that we may choose to update it periodically. So why read this just once when you may be able to read it again in the future with minor changes included. So, in short, feel free to dip in here again and we’re going to assume that if you’re using the website then you accept what is here.