Privacy information

Here’s how DADI+ uses data collected from the Internet and other electronic communications networks.

If you have questions about this policy, or about your personal information, our data controller will help:

We abide by the rules of the Data Protection Act 1998.

When we collect data

We take down your details when:

  • You email us with an enquiry
  • You sign up for our newsletter

We gather information about your visit to our site:

  • Automatically
  • Using standard web analytics tools

What we do with it

Helpful things. We use data to:

  • Provide and personalize our services
  • Offer useful information about these services
  • Answer questions and requests
  • Keep our membership records up-to-date

What we send you

Only what you asked for when signing up:

  • Information
  • Details of products and services likely to be of interest

To change what we send you, how we send it (email, post) or to opt out, please contact:
+44 (0) 20 7205 2900

Data Controller,
DADI+, 7 Marylebone Lane,
London W1U 1DF

What we share with others

We don’t share data with third parties unless:

  • We’re obliged to by law: for national security, taxation or criminal investigation
  • You tell us we can

    Other websites

    Our site links to other company’s websites that aren’t covered by this policy.

They might collect and use data too. Look at their policies to find out how.

Find out what we know about you

This is called a ‘subject access request’ and it’s your right.
For a copy of the personal data we hold about you, please write to us:

Data Controller,
DADI+, 7 Marylebone Lane,
London W1U 1DF

We may charge a fee of up to £10.

What we send abroad

Collecting and processing data using the internet entails sending it between countries.

It’s nothing to worry about, though. The UK’s Data Protection Act still applies. Information might be processed outside Europe, for instance, but that information is always secure.

By communicating with us electronically, you agree to the above.


Cookies are bits of information that servers send to browsers to allow data collection.

You can turn them off in most browsers. Look in the ‘preferences’ menu. For more detailed instructions – and more on cookies in general – try

However: turning them off might mean our site (and others) won’t work as well.


This privacy policy changes from time-to-time. We last updated it in October 2016.