Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

This is the privacy policy of MESON CALLEJON LTD, a company

registered in England with registered number 11719268, and whose registered
office is at 74 Liverpool Road, London, United Kingdom, N1 0QD (hereinafter “Meson

MESON CALLEJON respects your privacy and is committed to ensuring that your
personal information is used in accordance with current data protection

This policy is structured in the following manner to aid your understanding:

  • What information do we hold
    on you?
  • How is your data collected?
  • How do we use your
  • Who do we share your
    information with?
  • Information on transfers
    outside the EEA
  • How long do we retain your information?
  • What are your rights in
    relation to your information?
  • Contact point in relation
    to this policy


What information do we hold on you?

We collect your name, role, firm name, email address, LinkedIn profile URL
and data and business address.

How is your data collected?

Our staff obtain relevant information from direct interactions or publicly
available sources such as company corporate websites, LinkedIn, Twitter, other
social media and news alerts. If you have attended an event organised or
sponsored by MESON CALLEJON we will have collected your name, firm name,
business address and other contact details.

If your company has expressed an interest in MESON CALLEJON services, our
staff will collect your name, company name, business address and other contact

For clients, we collect personal data of client employees where this is
relevant and necessary to providing MESON CALLEJON’s services.

How do we use your information?

For our clients, suppliers and employees, and all others where we have a
current or past contractual relationship, we process your data (including that
of relevant employees of clients) on the grounds of “legitimate interest”. MESON
CALLEJON’s legitimate business interest, and purpose of our processing of your
data, is delivering contracted services and providing follow-up services. Such
follow up may include the provision of information requested by
legally-authorised third parties and may occur a long time after the original
contracted services are completed. MESON CALLEJON will also continue to
research current and predicted future legislation and business activity
relevant to our clients and their employees. On occasion this may require MESON
CALLEJON to disclose company and business professional contact information such
as name, role, business address, phone number and email address. Where such
circumstances arise, MESON CALLEJON’s policy is to verify the legitimate
interest of the requesting party and advise the Individual and Company

For all others, where we have collected personal information as described
above, MESON CALLEJON may make contact with individuals in order to advise them
of information or events that MESON CALLEJON feel they may be interested in or
to promote MESON CALLEJON services. Where we have obtained contact information
without the implication that MESON CALLEJON will make follow up contact, our
initial assumption is that contacted individuals will nevertheless find our
communication of interest to them. MESON CALLEJON understand the importance of
“opting in” to any further contact, and therefore, on the first such
unsolicited approach, MESON CALLEJON will request individuals to opt in to
further communications. Such “opt in” may be by positively replying to an
email, returning a telephone call, or completing an online opt-in form. If an
individual to whom MESON CALLEJON has made an unsolicited contact does not
respond within 7 days, all that individual’s contact data held by MESON
CALLEJON will be destroyed by default.

Who do we share your information with?

MESON CALLEJON stores your data electronically on computers in our offices
and using a selected secure cloud hosting provider that may be located in or
out of the EU. MESON CALLEJON endeavours to use the most appropriate security
features for all the data it holds. To enable us to deliver certain contracted
services MESON CALLEJON may need to provide certain personal data to government
bodies and recognised non-governmental agencies and may also subcontract
specific tasks to trusted third parties that may be in or out of the EU. Any
such third parties are required to enter into contractual agreements with MESON
CALLEJON to maintain data security at the same levels.

Other than this, MESON CALLEJON will never share personal or contact details
with any third party except where a Legitimate Interest (as defined above)

If your firm has expressed an interest in our product(s), our sales team
will collect your name, firm name, business address and other contact details.

Transfers outside the EEA

MESON CALLEJON will not ordinarily transfer any personal data relating to EU
or EEA nationals, residents or companies outside the EEA. Where MESON CALLEJON
is contracted to provide services for international expansion to a non-EEA
country, some personal data will necessarily be transferred to relevant local
entities and trusted third party subcontractors. MESON CALLEJON will advise
clients of this on a case by case basis.

Model clauses permit such transfer under Article 46 of the General Data
Protection Regulation (the “GDPR”). You can find a link to the model clauses

What are your rights in relation to our use of your information?

You have rights under data protection law in relation to our use of your
information, including to:

  • request access to your
    information, which you can do by emailing [email protected] stating
    you are submitting a Subject Access Request
  • update or amend your
    information if it is inaccurate or incomplete by emailing [email protected]
    requesting an update
  • object to certain uses of
    your personal data (which includes direct marketing and processing based
    on legitimate interests and processing for purposes of scientific or
    historical research and statistics) on grounds relating to your particular
    situation by emailing [email protected].
  • request the deletion of
    your information, or restrict its use, in certain circumstances (for
    example you can request that we erase your information where the
    information is no longer necessary for the purpose for which it was
    collected, unless certain exceptions apply) by emailing [email protected];
  • withdraw any consents you
    have provided in respect of our use of your information either by clicking
    unsubscribe links in emails or emailing [email protected];
  • request the return of
    information you have provided to us, to use for your own purposes (often
    called your right to data portability) where the processing is based on
    your consent or for the performance of a contract, and the processing is
    carried out by automated means;

We may need to ask you for further information and identification to help us
to comply with any such request. More information about these rights can be
found at If you have any questions about
these rights, or you would like to exercise any of them, please contact us at [email protected].

How long do we retain your data?

Contact details of Individuals and businesses are stored for varying lengths
depending on the nature and purpose for which it was collected. MESON CALLEJON
will review your personal data periodically (usually annually) to ensure it is
still necessary to be retained for the purpose for which it was collected.

Client data including billing data is kept for the lifetime of our contract
with you and then ongoing for seven years to comply with tax legislation (or
for one year longer than the Statute of Limitations for the countries to which
the contract relates).

Backups of our data are retained for a year. However, we have processes to
ensure that, if a restore is required, Subject Rights are maintained.

How to contact us

If you have any questions regarding this policy, please email [email protected].

Changes to this policy

We keep this privacy notice under regular review and we will place any
updates on this webpage. We will inform you of any material changes to the
privacy notice. This privacy notice was last updated on 10 May 2018.