Privacy Policy

This privacy policy outlines the details of when and where epoché collect your data, how it is used and how you can access or request removal of your data, should it be collected. The purpose of epoche.ie is to engage with potential and existing clients and provide information about our practice and process. We use Google Analytics to collect information about how our website is being used and how we can improve it. Google Analytics uses cookies stored in your browser to collect information about your visit, including your general location, browser, device and activity. For more information on Google Analytics you can review Google's Privacy Policy. None of this information is personally identifiable to you. We also have a Twitter feed embedded in the site. Twitter is a third party and Epoché is not associated with the data they collect or use. We do not collect any further information about you through normal use of the website.

When you contact or engage with us we store information about you in order to respond to your query; this is only the information provided in your contact (email, phone, etc) and may include your name, phone number, organisation and email address. Your information is stored to follow up on your query and may be used by epoché to contact you at a future date.

You have the right to request access to the information about you. You can do this by contacting info@epoche.ie. We may seek to verify your identity before providing you with an electronic copy of your data (unless you specify a different method of delivery) within 30 days. If you wish us to remove your data we will gladly do this.

This policy applies to epoche.ie and Epoché only. The site contains links to other websites – once you have travelled to a third party website, this policy no longer applies. If you have any further questions about our use of your data, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

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