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Privacy policy

Tawe Editorial is the trading name of Uni Editing Ltd. 

This policy explains how we protect and use the information you give us when you use this website, when you contact us and when you send us files to edit or proofread.

If we ask you to provide information, we will use it only in the ways stated in this policy.

This privacy policy was last updated on 18 January 2023.

What personal data we collect, and when

If you contact us by email, we collect the following information:

  • your name

  • your email address

  • any information included in your email signature

  • any information you choose to provide about your enquiry (for example, the nature of your project).

If you contact us by phone or text, we collect your phone number.

If you book in a project, we may collect your postal address to use on invoices. We will also collect any information we need to provide the service you have asked for. This includes any files you send us to work on.

If you use this website, we collect information using cookies. A cookie is a small file placed on your computer’s hard drive when you use this website. It enables us to identify your computer as you view different pages on my website.

The only way in which we use cookies is for web analytics, specifically:

  • Google Analytics

Cookies do not give me access to your computer or any information about you that you do not openly share with me.

To learn more about cookies, visit All About Cookies.

How we use your personal data

We use the personal data we collect as follows:

  • To contact you about your enquiry or project.

  • For our accounting processes (for example, to send invoices), and to meet HMRC’s requirements.

  • To enable certain functions on this website (for example, to collect statistics about the number of visitors)

We will never share your information with anyone else unless you give us permission in writing to do so, or I have to do so by law.

The only times we will use your personal data for marketing or promotion purposes are:

  • to publish a testimonial you have agreed to be made public

  • to mention the name of your organisation in our directory entries.

We will always gain your permission in writing first. We will never publish your personal information without your permission.

How we store and protect your data

The personal information we collect from you is stored on the following platforms:

  • Wix. This is the website host. It is password-protected and has SSL-certification (https) to provide an extra layer of security.

  • Gmail. This is our email provider, where we keep the emails we have exchanged. All accounts are password-protected. You can access Google′s privacy policy here.

We also store and protect your personal information and files in the following ways:

  • Microsoft OneDrive. This is our cloud-based file-management system, which we access using a password-protected computer and pin-protected mobile device. Nobody outside of the organisation has access to these devices.

  • Dropbox. We may occasionally use this alternative cloud-based file management system, which is accessed via a password-protected computer.

If you do not want us to keep your information and files in a cloud storage system, please let us know. We have the capacity to keep your information on a computer′s hard drive instead.

We have taken steps to protect the security of information on all of our mobile devices and computers.

Controlling how we use your information

You can use your web browser’s cookie settings to determine how this website uses cookies. If you do not want this website to store cookies on your computer or device, you can amend your settings.

You can ask us to delete your files and any information we hold about you at any time. Unless we are required to keep some information for tax and legal purposes, we will do this immediately.

How long we will keep your data for

Because we work with the same organisations frequently, we do not delete your data unless you ask me to. This helps us to provide the best service to you.

HMRC requires us to keep records for ′at least 5 years after the 31 January submission deadline of the relevant tax year′. See How long to keep your records. Because of this, we keep your data on invoices and accounts for six years.

Please ask if you want us to delete or amend your records and files. Unless we are required to keep some information for tax and legal purposes, we will do this immediately.

Links from this website

This website contains links to other websites.

Please note that we have no control of websites outside If you provide information to a website we have linked to, we are not responsible for its protection and privacy.

Always be wary when submitting data to websites. We recommend you read the site’s data protection and privacy policies fully.

Contact us

If you have any questions, you are welcome to email us at

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