The WIFI service and infrastructure is provided by EE Ltd (“EE”). In order to provide this service and also for traffic management and analytics purposes, EE will be processing your personal information.

You acknowledge and agree that EE needs to retain your personal information in accordance with its legal and regulatory obligations. Data relating to the destination, routing, timing or duration of a communication will be kept for at least a year to comply with its legal obligations.

EE may also use your personal information to comply with applicable laws, regulations, court orders, government and law enforcement agencies’ requests, to operate its systems properly or to protect itself or its users and customers or to solve any disputes. EE may also use your personal information for the prevention or detection of crime.

EE will also provide this data to us for use in e-mailing you weekly newsletters regarding events & special offers at BOXPARK. You may opt out at any point by using the clear ‘Unsubscribe’ link in the footer of any e-mail correspondence with us.

EE will be processing all registration data (such as your full name and email) as our agent and will not be using this data for its own purposes, other than as required to by law.

EE will also carry out research and analytics of use of the WiFi Service to identify general consumer trends, to understand better consumer and social behaviours and to improve its products and services and EE may provide aggregated statistics about its sales, customers, traffic patterns and service usage to third parties but these statistics will not include any information that is likely to identify an individual.

It may be necessary to transfer your personal information outside of the European Economic Area and, if necessary, across international borders. The data protection laws in these countries may not be as comprehensive as in the European Economic Area. However, EE has taken appropriate steps to make sure there is the same level of protection for the processing carried out in these countries as within the European Economic Area.

EE’s authentication system sets a cookie at the beginning of each WiFi session to ensure that the user is authorised to access the WiFi service. In addition, EE uses cookies to improve its services. A cookie is a small unique text file placed on your device when you visit a website which enables the website to identify your device whenever you visit that website. The cookies which EE use are session cookies which remain on your device until you close your browser when they automatically expire. You can refuse cookies by changing the relevant settings on your browser to prevent automatic acceptance and prompt you every time a cookie is sent to your device or to allow you to choose not to receive cookies at all. Some cookies are essential for us to provide you with the WiFi Service and if you refuse them, you may not be able to use our WiFi Service. If you carry on using the WiFi Service and do not change your browser settings we will assume that you consent to us using cookies as described above.