Privacy Centre

Will my information be held outside the EEA?

Your personal information will be transferred internationally outside of Ireland, and to the United Kingdom, for the purposes of our business operations which are headquartered there. This requires us to transfer your personal data to the United Kingdom. There is currently an adequacy decision from the European Commission regarding the United Kingdom's data privacy framework meaning we do not require to put in place any specific measures to cover this data transfer.

Sometimes we will also need to transfer your information out of Ireland and the EEA, for example, where we work with Google or Facebook to provide you with targeted advertising through our website or through third party websites.

Countries to which we transfer information may have different standards for controlling how your information is used and protected and these standards may not be as strict as those in place in Ireland and EEA. If we transfer your information to a country which does not have data protection laws which offer an adequate level of protection for your information, we will put in place appropriate safeguards to protect your information, such as standard contractual clauses as adopted by the European Commission from time to time, or otherwise ensure that we can transfer your information in a way that complies with data protection law.