Our privacy policy

Your privacy is important to W Communications (“we”, “us” and “our”).  We are committed to protecting your personal data and being transparent about the personal data we hold and use and, wherever possible, giving you control over how we use your personal data.

This notice is intended to be communicated to you in a concise, transparent, intelligible, and easily accessible manner, but we appreciate that you may have queries or want to seek clarification as to its terms. If so, please contact us (using the details set out at paragraph 2 below) and we will endeavour to respond to you as soon as possible.

We may make changes to this notice from time to time, including as may be necessary or prudent to reflect any changes in the ways in which we process personal data or any changes in data protection laws. Any changes and updates to this notice will be posted on the W Communications Website. Please check this notice regularly so that you are aware of any changes.

1. Introduction

Please read this notice carefully. Among other things, it explains:

• What personal data we collect about you;
• Why we collect and use your personal data and the legal bases we rely on for processing;
• Who we disclose your personal data to;
• Where we store your personal data;
• How long we keep your personal data; and
• Your rights regarding the personal data you provide to us.

Who we are and our contact details

For the purposes of data protection laws, the data controller is Warren Johnson Limited trading as W Communications, a company registered in England and Wales (company no. 06296316) with its registered office at 119 The Hub, 300 Kensal Road, London, W10 5BE.

If you have any queries regarding this notice or the way in which we process your personal data, please contact our DPO at:

Email: dataenquiries@wcommunications.co.uk

Address: Data Protection, W Communications, Circus House, 21 Great Titchfield St, London W1W 8BA

2.Changes to your personal information

It is important that the personal data we hold about you is accurate and current. Please keep us informed if your personal data changes or if you become aware that any personal data that we hold about you is not accurate.

3. When do we collect your personal data

We may collect information direct from you and use, disclose and store it when you:

Access or use the W Communications website at www.wcommunications.co.uk (W Communications Website), or contact us through the hello@wcommunications.co.uk address or any other comments box or other function from time to time in place on the W Communications Website;

correspond/interact with us via email, phone, social media or other channels;

make any enquiry in relation to new business or marketing or for any other reason;join a mailing list or sign up for any newsletter;

purchase, request or subscribe for a service from us.

Where lawful, we may also obtain personal data and contact lists from third parties including third party platforms (such as Winmo) and we may process that information where it is needed in order to provide our products and services to you, or where it is needed for our internal administrative purposes or for marketing and business development purposes.

We may also automatically collect certain Technical Data (as defined below) relating to your device and your activities on the W Communications Website. We may also collect such data from third parties such as analytics providers (including Google and WordPress) and third party platforms and organisations within advertising networks (including Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram).

5.What personal data we collect

The type of personal data we process may include (as applicable) the following:

Identity Data

Name, address, date of birth, age, marital status, title, gender, nationality, country of residence, job title, role, employer, company/organisation details in an email signature, user name, bio and any profile data that is publicly available eg. in your Facebook profile.

Contact Data

Email address, address, telephone number, mobile number, social media handles, other information in an email signature.

Employment Data

CV, résumé, educational background, employment history and any other information you provide in connection with the same.

Correspondence Data

Information which you provide in, or we learn about you from, any correspondence or communications with us, including details of any enquiries or requests for technical support or customer care support and any other information you provide to us.

Usage Data

Device IP address, the pages of the Kibbo Kift Website that you visit, usage information for the Kibbo Kift Website, your use of social sharing features such as Likes, comments and links that you share (eg. via Facebook Comment or Share).

Technical Data

Type of device, unique device identifier (e.g. an IMEI number, IDFA, IP, or Mac address), network information, the type of operating system, platform and browser you use, location, time zone settings and other device related information and online identifiers.

Marketing and Communications Data

Your marketing preferences and communication preferences and any information that you may provide to us in any reviews or feedback.


Financial and transaction data – If you make any payments in respect of our services, your payment details (such as bank account and payment details) will be collected by the platform provider or an external payment service provider.

We will not collect or access any such details and you should contact the relevant third party for information relating to use of your financial and transaction data.

Children – We do not knowingly collect any personal data relating to anyone underage.

Analytics Data – we may receive aggregated statistics and insights from advertising, analytics and attribution providers and third party platforms.

We use this information to help us to understand how people are using our products and services and how our ads are performing. This information does not contain any personally identifiable information.Information about why we process the above personal data and the lawful basis we rely upon is set out in the table at paragraph 6 below..

6.Why we collect and use your data

6.1 We use your personal data for a number of purposes but only where we are allowed to by the law.

6.2 We may process your personal data in any circumstances where such processing is necessary:

6.2.1 in order to perform any agreement we have entered into with you or in anticipation of any agreement we may enter into with you;

6.2.2. to comply with any applicable law or regulation; and/or

6.2.3 for the purposes of the legitimate interests pursued by us or a third party. These legitimate interests include the purposes identified in the table below at paragraph 6.5 but also include other commercial interests and our internal administrative purposes. Where we rely on legitimate interests as the lawful basis for processing your personal data, we will put in place appropriate safeguards to protect your data and to ensure that your interests or fundamental rights and freedoms are not overridden by those legitimate interests.

6.3 We may also process your personal data where we have your consent. Where we rely on consent as the lawful basis for processing your personal data, you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time and if you wish to do so, you should contact us using the contact details set out in paragraph 2 above. Where we obtain your consent to send you marketing communications, you can unsubscribe by following the unsubscribe link within the communication. The withdrawal of consent does not affect the lawfulness of processing based on consent before withdrawal or the lawfulness of processing based on other lawful grounds.

6.4 We may process your personal data for more than one lawful ground depending on the specific purpose for which we are using your data.

6.5 Information about the purposes for which we use your personal data, the types of personal data we process to achieve these purposes, and the lawful basis by which we process it, is set out in the table below:

6.6 We will only use your personal data for the purposes for which we collected it, unless we reasonably consider that we need to use it for another reason and that reason is compatible with the original purpose.

6.7 If we need to use your personal data for an unrelated purpose, we will notify you (which may be by way of update to this notice) and we will explain the legal basis which allows us to do so.

6.8 Please note that we may process your personal data without your knowledge or consent where this is required or permitted by law.

7.What if you refuse to provide us with any personal data?

7.1 Where we need to collect personal data by law, or under the terms of an agreement we have with you, and you fail to provide that data when requested (or fail to consent to the processing of that data, if necessary), we may not be able to perform the agreement or arrangement we have or are trying to enter into with you which might include providing you with our services.

8.Sharing information with third parties

8.1 We will not share any of your personal data with third parties except as set out in this paragraph 8 or otherwise notified to you or agreed between you and us from time to time.

8.2 We may share personal data with our group companies (including our subsidiaries and affiliated companies) and partnered companies for the purposes outlined in this noticeWe may also share personal data with third party service providers who we engage to provide services which facilitate our business or who provide access to services. We may also need to share personal data with other third parties in order to comply with our legal and regulatory obligations. Below is a list of typical third parties and other categories of third parties with whom we may share your personal data:

8.2.1 Google Analytics and Google Ads, operated by Google LLC, our provider of online marketing tools and other analytics, advertising and attribution partners;

8.2.2 Third party platforms including Facebook, Inc.;

8.2.3 Companies we use to provide our services including Webflow, Google, Winmo, Techary

8.2.4 Payment service and financial software providers including Paprika;

8.2.5 Internal recruitment and HR services providers like Major Players and Team Tailor;

8.2.6 Any third party buyer of our business or assets;

8.2.7 Law enforcement or a regulator;

8.2.8 Legal counsel and other professional advisers including accountants and auditors.

8.3 We ensure that any third party engaged by us who processes your personal data in connection with the purposes listed above has policies and procedures in place to ensure compliance with data protection laws.

8.4 For any third parties that are based, or process data, outside of the EEA and the United Kingdom, we engage such third parties in accordance with paragraph 9 below.

8.5 We will remain the controller responsible for the processing of your personal data notwithstanding that third parties may operate as a joint controller with us. For some processing activities we may act as a processor for a third party and, in such circumstances, the third party will be responsible for providing you with the processing information required under data protection laws.

8.6 We may share your personal data with third parties where we are required to do so by law or regulation (such as in connection with an investigation of fraud or other legal enquiry) or in connection with other legal proceedings (including where we believe that your actions violate applicable laws or any agreement with us).

8.7 In the event that our business or any part of it is sold or integrated with another business, your details may be disclosed to our advisers and those of any prospective purchaser and will be passed to the new owners of the business.

9.International transfers of personal data

9.1 Our servers are located in the UK but from time to time it may be necessary for us to transfer your information internationally. In particular, your information may be transferred to and/or stored on the servers of third parties identified in paragraph 8 which are based outside of the UK and the EEA.

9.2 However, we will not transfer your personal data outside of the UK and the EEA unless:9.2.1 such transfer is to a country or jurisdiction which the EU Commission or the UK has approved as having an adequate level of protection; or

9.2.2 appropriate safeguards are in place in accordance with data protection laws. These safeguards include the use of standard contractual clauses or binding corporate rules; or

9.2.3 the transfer is otherwise allowed under data protection laws (including where we have consent or the transfer is necessary for the performance of a contract with the data subject).

9.3 We will ensure that where your personal data is transferred outside of the UK and the EEA, it is afforded the same protection as would be afforded to it within the EEA and UK.

10.International transfers of personal data

10.1 Subject to any conditions and requirements set out in data protection laws, you may have some, or all, of the following rights in relation to the personal data we hold about you:

10.1.1 the right to request a copy of your personal data held by us;

10.1.2 the right to correct any inaccurate or incomplete personal data held by us;

10.1.3 the right to request that we erase personal data we hold about you;

10.1.4 the right to request that we restrict the processing of your data;

10.1.5 the right to have your personal data transferred to another organisation;

10.1.6 the right to object to certain types of processing of your personal data by us; and

10.1.7 the right to complain (please see paragraph 13 of this notice).

10.2 PLEASE NOTE that these rights are not absolute in all situations and may be subject to conditions and provisions set out in data protection laws.  We cannot, therefore, guarantee that we’ll be able to honour any request from you in connection with the rights set out above. (For example, even if you request that we delete your personal data, we may be required by law to retain some personal data for accounting and record keeping purposes or in order that we comply with our legal and regulatory obligations).

10.3 For further information, or to exercise any particular right, please contact us at dataenquiries@wcommunications.co.uk

11.Storage and retention of your personal data

11.1 As a minimum, we need to store your personal data for as long as is necessary to enable us to fulfil the purpose for which it is processed, including to fulfil our legal and regulatory obligations (e.g. relating to record keeping) and to exercise or defend any legal claims.

11.2 We will notify you without undue delay in accordance with the requirements of data protection laws, if we have reason to believe that there has been a personal data breach by us which could adversely affect your rights and freedoms and we are required by law to notify you.

12.Links to third parties

12.1 The W Communications Website may link or redirect to other websites, social media accounts or other content which is not under our control. Such links or redirections are not endorsements of such websites or representation of our affiliation with them in any way and such third party websites are outside the scope of this notice.

12.2 If you access such third party websites or platforms, please ensure that you are satisfied with their respective privacy policies before you provide them with any personal data. We cannot be held responsible for the activities, privacy policies or levels of privacy compliance of any website or platform operated by any third party.

13.Questions and complaints

13.1 We take our data protection obligations seriously. If you have any questions or complaints about this notice or the way that we handle your personal data, we would appreciate the chance to deal with your concerns in the first instance before you approach the relevant data protection authority. Please contact us using the details provided in paragraph 2 above.

13.2 You have the right to make a complaint at any time to the relevant supervisory authority for data protection issues, which in the UK is the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) (www.ico.org.uk).