Our Privacy Policy

This privacy policy explains how we process, control, protect, and handle your personal information. This is the information that we gather through our business and from you while you use or browse our website. If you don’t agree with our privacy policy you can cease to use or browse this website. You can also refrain from submitting any personal data to our website.

Policy Definitions

  • “I”, “our”, “we” or “us” refer to LCLLY
  • “you”, “the user”, refer to the person or persons who are using this website
  • Cookies are small files that are stored on a device or computer
  • GDPR means General Data Protection Act
  • ICO means Information Commissioner's Office
  • PECR means Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulation

GDPR’s key principles

Our privacy policy exhibits the following policies (a) Fairness, lawfulness, and transparency. (b) purpose limitation. (c) Data minimisation. (d) Accuracy. (e) Storage limitation. (f) Confidence and integrity. (g) Accountability.

Who we are

Our website address is: https://lclly.co.uk

Why We Collect Your Personal Data and What we Collect

When you leave comments on our website we will collect any data that is shown in the form. We will also collect your IP address and the browser user agent string. This can help us to detect spam.

A string that is created from your email address is anonymised. It can be provided to Gravatar to determine if you’re using it. You can find Gravatar’s privacy policy here: https://automattic.com/privacy.

Once your comment has been approved your profile picture will be visible to those using the site. The picture will be visible only when your comment is being read.


If you choose to upload images you should not use images that have embedded location data. Any visitor to our website will be able to download the image and extract your location data.

Our Contact Forms and the Use of Cookies

If you choose to leave a comment on our website you can save your name, website, and email address in cookies. These are purely for your convenience, ensuring you no longer need to fill your information in when you comment in the future. Please note, all cookies will last for 365 days.

If you set up an account with us and you log into our site we will use a temporary cookie. This cookie will help us determine if the browser you’re using accepts cookies. Please note, the cookie does not contain any personal data. The cookie is also discarded as soon as your browser is closed.

When you log into your account we will set up a few cookies so your login information is saved. The cookies will also save your screen display preferences. These cookies last for 2 days. Screen display preferences last for 365 days. When you log in, if you select ‘Remember me’, your login details will last for 2 weeks. If you choose to log out of your account the cookies will be discarded.

If you edit or publish an article an extra cookie will be saved. The cookie will not contain any personal data. It will merely show the post ID of the article that you edited. After 1 day, the cookie will be discarded.

Embedded Content From Websites

The articles on this website might include embedded content such as articles, videos, and images. Embedded content that comes from other websites behaves in the very same way.

When we use embedded content from other websites they can collect data. This data can include monitoring your interaction with the content, using cookies, and third-party tracking. If you have an account and you are logged in, your interaction with the embedded content might be tracked.

How Long We Store Your Data

Any comment you leave along with its metadata will be stored indefinitely. We store your data in such a way that allows us to recognise you and approve any additional comments. This ensures you don’t have to wait for your comments to be moderated.

If you register with our website we will store the personal information that you provide us within your profile. You can edit, delete, or view the information in your profile at any time. However, you will be unable to change your username. Our website administrators can view and edit your information.

Your Data and Rights

If you choose to set up an account on our website or you leave comments, you can receive an exported file of your personal data. This is the data that you have provided us with. In addition to this, you can ask us to remove any data that we hold about you. Please note, this does not include data that we are required to keep for security, legal, or administration purposes.

You have rights under GDPR. They are the right:

  • of access
  • to be informed
  • to data portability
  • to erasure to not have automated decision making
  • to object to rectification
  • to restrict processing

Data Protection and Security

We always ensure that any personal information that we hold is protected by secure data storage technologies. In addition to this, we use precise procedures as to how we access, manage, and store the information. We ensure that the GDPR compliance requirement is always met.

Where Your Data is Sent

An automated spam detection service may check a visitor’s comments.