New Privacy Policy

We have made some changes to our Privacy Policy to support the site becoming much more open. As a registered user, we want to give you the choice as to whether you share the information you have in your business and personal profiles – or information you post on the site – with a wider audience. This includes your name, photo, skills, company details, company logo and services.

Sharing your information with a wider audience can help you raise your visibility and that of your company.

Please choose from one of the options below:

Click option 1 above to allow your personal details, business details and interactions across the site to be visible to non-logged in users of Connector and searchable via public search engines. You can change this preference from the Account Settings page at any time.

Click option 2 above if you would prefer your personal details, business details and interactions across the site to remain private and not visible to non-logged in users of Connector. Please note that if another member of your business chooses Option 1 above, your business details will become visible to non-logged in users of Connector and searchable via public search engines.

If you don’t choose one of these options at this time, your data will not be automatically published.

Should you have any questions, please email us at support@barclaysconnector.co.uk

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