Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy applies between you (the User of this Website) and Coeus Publishing (the owner and operator of the site). Coeus Publishing believes that the privacy of your information is paramount. This Privacy Policy applies to our use of any and all Data collected by us or provided by you in relation to your use of the Website.

This Privacy Policy should be read alongside, and in addition to, our Terms and Conditions.

Please read this Privacy Policy carefully.

Welcome to the Privacy Policy of Coeus Publishing, the provider of the website you are currently using. We, at Coeus Publishing, are committed to safeguarding your privacy and ensuring the security of your information. This Privacy Policy outlines how we collect and utilize data provided by you during your interaction with the website.

Before proceeding, we encourage you to carefully read through this Privacy Policy in conjunction with our Terms and Conditions.

Definitions and Interpretations

Throughout this Privacy Policy, the following definitions are employed:

  • Data: This encompasses all information submitted to Coeus Publishing through the website. This definition incorporates relevant terms as outlined in Data Protection Laws.
  • Cookies: These are small text files placed on your device by the website when you visit certain sections or utilize specific features. Details regarding the cookies used are provided below (see Cookies).
  • Data Protection Laws: Any laws governing the processing of personal data, including the GDPR, and any associated national legislation.
  • GDPR: The General Data Protection Regulation applicable in the UK.
  • Coeus Publishing, 'we,' or 'us': Refers to Coeus Publishing, a company registered in England and Wales under the registration number 15053609, with its registered address at Floor 3, The Union Building, 51 - 59 Rose Lane, Norfolk, NR1 1BY.
  • UK and EU Cookie Law: Pertains to the Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) Regulations 2003, as amended by subsequent regulations.
  • User or you: Any individual accessing the website who is not employed by Coeus Publishing or engaged as a consultant providing services to Coeus Publishing.
  • Website: Refers to the website you are currently using,, and its sub-domains, unless expressly excluded by their respective terms and conditions.

Interpretation Guidelines

In interpreting this Privacy Policy:

  • The singular includes the plural, and vice versa.
  • References to sub-clauses, clauses, schedules, or appendices pertain to those within this Privacy Policy.
  • The term 'person' includes firms, companies, government entities, trusts, and partnerships.
  • 'Including' implies inclusion without limitation.
  • Any reference to statutory provisions encompasses modifications or amendments.
  • Headings and sub-headings do not constitute part of this Privacy Policy.

Thank you for reviewing our Privacy Policy. If you have any queries or concerns regarding the handling of your data, please don't hesitate to contact us.

Privacy Policy Scope

This Privacy Policy governs the actions of Coeus Publishing and Users concerning this Website ( exclusively. No clauses shall apply to websites linked from this website, including social media accounts linked to.

Data Controller

For the purposes outlined in the applicable Data Protection Laws, Coeus Publishing acts as the "data controller." This signifies that Coeus Publishing determines the purposes and methods of processing your Data.

Data Collection

We may gather the following Data, inclusive of personal Data, from you:

  • Name
  • Contact information such as email addresses and telephone numbers
  • IP address (collected automatically)
  • Web browser type and version (collected automatically)

This collection is conducted in compliance with this Privacy Policy.

Methods of Data Collection

Data is acquired through the following means:

Data Provided by You

Coeus Publishing gathers your Data through various channels, including:

  • When you initiate contact with us via the Website, telephone, post, email, or other means.
  • When you opt to receive marketing communications from us.

Data Received From Third Parties

Coeus Publishing may receive Data pertaining to you from the following third-party source:

  • Google Analytics

Data Collected Automatically

Whenever you access the Website, your Data is automatically collected. This includes:

  • Automatic collection of information about your Website visit, aiding in content and navigation improvements. This information encompasses your IP address, visit dates, times, frequency, and interactions with content.
  • Automatic Data collection via cookies, aligned with your browser's cookie settings. Further details on cookies and their usage on the Website are provided in the following section labeled "Cookies."

Sharing of Data

We may share your Data with specific groups for the following purposes:

  • Our employees, agents, and professional advisors to ensure targeted marketing communication.
  • Third-party service providers assisting us in services requiring personal data processing, particularly for analytics related to user visitation.

These actions are conducted in accordance with this Privacy Policy.

Data Security Measures

We employ technical and organizational measures to safeguard your Data, including:

  • Control of account access through unique usernames and passwords.
  • Storage of Data on secure servers.

These measures also encompass protocols for addressing suspected data breaches. If you suspect any misuse, loss, or unauthorized access to your Data, please promptly inform us at

Data Utilization

We may require any or all of the aforementioned Data periodically to provide you with optimal service and experience on our Website. Your Data may be used for the following purposes:

  • Internal record-keeping.
  • Enhancing our products/services.
  • Sending marketing materials via email that may interest you.
  • Market research contact via email, telephone, fax, or mail for Website customization or updates.

These actions are conducted in accordance with this Privacy Policy. We may use your Data for these purposes if deemed necessary for our legitimate interests. Should you have objections, you have the right to object under certain circumstances (refer to "Your Rights" section below).

Regarding direct marketing via email, your consent is required:

  • Soft opt-in consent: Applies when you have previously engaged with us, whereby we consider your consent given unless you opt-out.
  • Explicit consent: Required for other e-marketing types, necessitating affirmative action from you.

You retain the right to withdraw consent at any time. For details on withdrawal procedures, refer to the "Your Rights" section below.

Data Retention

Unless a more extended retention period is mandated by law, we will retain your Data only for the duration necessary to fulfill the purposes outlined in this Privacy Policy or until you request its deletion. Even after deletion, your Data may persist on backup or archival media for legal, tax, or regulatory purposes.

Your Rights

You hold the following rights regarding your Data:

  • Right to access: Request copies, modification, updating, or deletion of your information.
  • Right to correction: Rectify inaccurate or incomplete Data.
  • Right to erasure: Request removal of your Data from our systems.
  • Right to restrict Data usage: Block or limit our Data usage.
  • Right to data portability: Request Data movement, copying, or transfer.
  • Right to object: Object to our Data usage, including legitimate interests.

To exercise your rights, make inquiries, or withdraw consent, contact us at If dissatisfied with how we handle your Data complaint, you may refer it to the relevant data protection authority, such as the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) for the UK.

Data Transfers

Data collected may be stored, processed, or transferred outside the UK or European Economic Area (EEA). We ensure compliance with data protection legislation and implement adequate safeguards for Data transfer, such as data transfer agreements incorporating current standard contractual clauses.


In instances of business expansion or reduction, involving sale or control transfer of Coeus Publishing parts, user-provided Data relevant to the transferred business part will be transferred along, adhering to this Privacy Policy's terms. We may also disclose Data to prospective business purchasers.


This Website may place and access specific Cookies on your computer to enhance your browsing experience. All Cookies used comply with current UK and EU Cookie Law.

You can enable/disable Cookies in your internet browser settings and delete them at any time. Ensure your browser is updated and refer to its developer's guidance for adjusting privacy settings. You can read more about our Cookie Policy here.

Legal Action

Any legal action in relation to the clauses in this policy will fall under the jurisdiction of the English courts.

Changes to This Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy was created on 03 April 2024.

This Policy may be subject to changes without notice, in order to comply with the latest laws and guidelines. Please check the policy regularly for notices and updates.


Below please find a list of cookies that we operate on this site.

Strictly necessary

Site performance cookie

Allows our site to function properly on your browser


Google Analytics cookie

to distinguish unique users as well as unique sessions from a single user.

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