Our Use of Cookies

Our website uses cookies. Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer or mobile device when you visit our website. Most big websites use cookies. Our cookies improve your website experience by:

  • Remembering settings (such as your preferred sort order) and information (such as your email address) you’ve given so you don’t have to keep re-entering them whenever you visit a new page
  • Measuring how you use the website, so we can make sure it meets your needs

You can control and/or delete cookies as you wish and there is information on how to do this on If you do decide to delete cookies, you may not be able to use some areas of our website.

By continuing to browse our website without taking any of the actions described on to control or delete cookies, you agree to our use of cookies.

Your Rights Under GDPR

GDPR provides the individual with a number of rights relating to your personal data such as the right to:

  1. Be informed about the collection and usage of your personal data;
  2. Have any errors relating to personal data corrected;
  3. Request that your personal data is deleted;
  4. Ask that the processing of your personal data is restricted;
  5. Object to your personal data being processed in certain circumstances;
  6. Ask for a copy of your personal data (known as a Subject Access Report) held by Kabooth

Updating Your Details

If any of the information that you have provided to Kabooth changes, such as changing your email address, name or contact details or if you wish to cancel your registration, instruction or subscription to newsletters etc, or you wish to see a copy of the personal details held, please let us know by sending details of your request/changes to personal data by email to

Personal Data Retention

The data that we collect from you may be transferred to and stored at a location outside of the European Economic Area. By submitting your personal data you acknowledge that this may be transferred and stored in this way. If this occurs, however, all reasonable steps will be undertaken to ensure that your personal data is treated and dealt with securely and in accordance with this Privacy Policy.

By registering, you may have been furnished with a password, enabling you access to certain restricted parts of the website (such as the online shop). You are responsible for keeping this password secure and confidential. Your password should not be shared.

The transmission of information over the internet is not totally secure as evidenced by regular reports in the press.

Although Kabooth will do its best to protect your personal data, we cannot obviously guarantee the security of your data sent electronically to our website – any data sent in this fashion is at the risk of the sender. Once the data has been received by Kabooth we will take all necessary steps to ensure that this is held securely to avoid any unwarranted access or usage of your personal data.

There is no standard timescale for the retention of data. The new regulations mirror the previous Data Protection Act in recommending that personal data shall be kept for no longer than is necessary for the purposes for which it is being processed. GDPR emphasises the approach of “data minimisation” both in terms of the volume of data stored on individuals and how long it is retained for.

Kabooth therefore operates an ongoing review of the retention of data and ensures that personal data is securely disposed of when no longer needed, reducing the risk that personal data becomes inaccurate or out of date.

Privacy Policy Changes

Any future changes made to the Kabooth Privacy Policy will be updated and reflected within the pages of this Privacy Policy.