Website Privacy Statement for the Irish Lung Fibrosis Association
Date Effective From: March 2018
1.0 Policy Statement
visitors to the website, www.ilfa.ie
2.0 Aim of Policy
ILFA respects your right to privacy and complies with our obligations under the Data
Protection Acts. This policy outlines how ILFA deals with personal data you provide when you
visit the website, www.ilfa.ie. By visiting ILFA’s website, you are accepting the terms of the
3.0 Scope of Policy
This document provides guidelines on how personal data collected via ILFA’s website are
stored and handled by ILFA. The data collected will only be used for the intended purpose.
not apply to information collected, by post, in person or by telephone.
What type of information do we collect?
ILFA collects information from you when you;• visit our website, www.ilfa.ie (via the collection of cookies)
• actively register with ILFA via our website registration form
• sign up to subscribe to our newsletter or
• fill out a form online.
When registering on the ILFA website, you may be asked to provide personal details such as
your name, e-mail address, postal address, and telephone number.
Once you register with ILFA you consent for your contact details to be added to our mailing
list and you will receive our newsletter by post, as well as ILFA printed materials and patient
resources if requested.
What does ILFA use your information for?
The information ILFA collects may be used to process transactions and respond to queries
and correspondence: for example, when you register to join our mailing list or when you
submit an email query via the ‘Contact us’ section on the website.
Note: If at any time you would like to unsubscribe from our mailing list, please contact us by
phone (Tel: 086 871 5264), by email (firstname.lastname@example.org), or by post (ILFA, PO Box 10456,
Blackrock. Co Dublin). Information on how to unsubscribe from the ILFA mailing list in
included in every newsletter produced.
Please read our Cookies Policy for more information.
Cookies are small text files that a website or its service provider transfers to your computer or
device through your web browser (once cookies are enabled on your computer/mobile
device) that allow the website or service provider systems to recognise your browser and
remember certain information.
Cookies are used to capture anonymous data about traffic and interactions on the website.
This data can provide anonymous statistics about the number of visitors to the site and which
pages and items are visited.
Your computer may warn you each time a cookie is being sent or you can turn off cookies via
your browser settings. If you turn cookies off, some of website services may not function
Does ILFA disclose any information to outside parties?
ILFA does not disclose, sell, or share any personal information to outside parties. ILFA may
need to share data with trusted third parties who are engaged to help ILFA operate our
website or conduct our business, but these companies must comply with Data Protection
legislation and keep this information confidential as part of their contract with ILFA.
ILFA may also release your personal data where compliance with legal requirements is a
necessity. ILFA reserves the right to enforce our website policies to protect our rights and the
rights of other individuals in a manner that is safe and compliant with the law.
Non-personally identifiable visitor information may be used for other purposes, for example,
we may disclose the total number of visits to our website.
How does ILFA protect your information?
ILFA uses a variety of security measures to maintain and safeguard your personal
information and takes all reasonable steps (for example, technical and organisational
measures) to guarantee the safety of your data and ILFA will only use the data for the
However, given the nature of the Internet, ILFA cannot guarantee that the security of any
information transmitted via the Internet will be 100% secure.
ILFA reserves the right to make changes to the Website Privacy Statement. All amendments
will be incorporated into the policy, the document updated, and the modification date
Association, please contact ILFA via;
• emailing email@example.com
• calling 086 871 5264
• writing to ILFA, PO Box 10456, Blackrock, Co Dublin.
Last updated 5/3/2018