20 August 2018
Ryan Skevington, ryan.skevington

Ryan Skevington

Way back in 2017, Google started warning Chrome users if a website that handles passwords or credit card details was not secured and encrypted with an SSL certificate. This was a good move; It meant that the user had a clear notification that the data they will be transmitting to or from the site, would […]

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25 May 2018
Adrian Fowler, Managing Director

Adrian Fowler

We have recently updated our Privacy Policy to be inline with the new GDPR, which if you still haven’t heard, is the General Data Protection Regulation. The details of which can be found here, but in summary, our do’s and don’t’s are explained below: Before we get started, the definitions are ‘you’ the customer, and […]

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