Privacy policy

Brian McGee respects the privacy of website users.

Brian McGee is based in the UK and uses and retains information for business and professional purposes in line with UK data protection regulations.

Brian McGee may use Google Analytics. Google Analytics generates statistical and other information by using cookies on users’ computers. This information is helps create usage reports. Google stores this information.

Google’s privacy policy is available here

Personal Information

Brian McGee will only use personal information to:

    • provide specifically requested information (i.e. answer your e-mails or contact you when necessary);
    • send you communications we/I think may interest you; and
    • carry out our legitimate business that may include providing communications services for others, consultancy and advisory services, education, training and preparing information with a view to publication.

Please inform me if you do not wish to receive any of our communications.


Consent is sought wherever and whenever possible and required. However, some information may be held for journalistic purposes (this will be clarified when the Data Protection Bill completes its passage through Parliament, which will establish the exemption covering journalism, literature and art) where consent is not required.


Brian McGee will only disclose personal information where he is required to do so by law.

Information Security

Brian McGee takes reasonable technical and organisational precautions to prevent the loss, misuse or alteration of personal data. All information provided is stored on secure (password- and firewall-protected) servers and devices. Brian McGee cannot guarantee the security of data sent over the internet.

Data Protection Policy Amendments

Brian McGee may update this policy from time to time by posting revisions here. Please check here occasionally for any changes.

User Rights

Users may request copies of personal information held by Brian McGee, subject to

  • providing appropriate evidence of identity – such as a copy of the photo pages of a passport certified by a solicitor or bank plus a copy of a (utility) bill showing your current address.

Brian McGee may withhold information within legal limits.

By e-mailing Brian McGee, you authorise Brian McGee to retain such personal information within the scope of current legislation.

Other Websites

Brian McGee accepts no responsibility for the content, privacy policies or practices of other websites.

Updating Information

Please inform Brian McGee if personal information needs correcting or updating.


Queries about this policy and data retention should be sent to: or by post to: Data Controller, Brian McGee, 163 Seymour Villas, Anerley, London SE20 8TP

(Last updated: Monday 14 May 2018)