Legal notices


The website (referred to as the “Website”) is published and operated by EazySAFE, a Private limited company (Ltd.) company located at The Well, Unit 2018, Orchard Avenue, Citywest Business Campus, Dublin, D24 FR88, Ireland.

Hosting :

Amazon Web Services
60, Holborn Viaduct – London EC1A 2FD, United Kingdom

Owner :

The Well, Unit 2018, Orchard Avenue, Citywest Business Campus, Dublin, D24 FR88, Ireland

Responsible for publication


Privacy policy

General terms of use

Use of the website implies full acceptance of the general conditions of use described below. These conditions of use may be modified or supplemented at any time, and users of the site are therefore advised to consult them regularly.

This site is normally accessible to users at all times. However, EazySAFE may decide to interrupt the site for technical maintenance, in which case EazySAFE will endeavor to inform users in advance of the dates and times of the intervention.

The website is regularly updated by EazySAFE. Similarly, the legal notices may be modified at any time: they are nevertheless binding on the user, who is invited to refer to them as often as possible in order to read them.

Description of services

The purpose of the website is to provide information concerning all of the company’s activities.

EazySAFE endeavors to provide information on the website that is as accurate as possible. However, EazySAFE cannot be held responsible for any omissions, inaccuracies or failure to update information, whether caused by EazySAFE or by third-party partners supplying such information.

All information provided on the website is given for guidance only, and is subject to change. Furthermore, the information provided on the website is not exhaustive. It is subject to modifications having been made since it was put on line.

Limitations on technical data

The site uses JavaScript and PHP technologies.

The website cannot be held responsible for any material damage arising from use of the site. In addition, the user of the site undertakes to access the site using recent, virus-free equipment and with an up-to-date browser.

Intellectual property

EazySAFE is the owner of the intellectual property rights or holds the rights of use on all elements accessible on the site, notably texts, images, graphics, logos, icons, sounds and software.

Any reproduction, representation, modification, publication, adaptation of all or part of the elements of the site, whatever the means or process used, is forbidden, except with the prior written authorization of EazySAFE.

Any unauthorized use of the site or of any of its elements will be considered as counterfeiting and will be prosecuted.

Limitations of liability

EazySAFE may not be held liable for any direct or indirect damage caused to the user’s equipment when accessing the website, and resulting either from the use of equipment that does not meet the specifications indicated in point 4, or from the appearance of a bug or incompatibility. EazySAFE cannot be held responsible for indirect damages (such as loss of business or loss of opportunity) resulting from use of the site.

Interactive areas (possibility of asking questions in the contact area) are available to users. EazySAFE reserves the right to delete, without prior notice, any content posted in this area that contravenes the legislation applicable in Ireland, in particular provisions relating to data protection. Where applicable, EazySAFE also reserves the right to hold the user civilly and/or criminally liable, particularly in the event of messages of a racist, insulting, defamatory or pornographic nature, whatever the medium used (text, photographs, etc.).

Management of personal data

The current legislation for Data Protection in Ireland is the Data Protection Acts 1988 – 2018 and the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR). In accordance with the GDPR as given further effect in Part 3 of the Data Protection Act 2018, the Department is a ‘Data Controller’ and, as such, has significant responsibilities for ensuring the rights of data subjects and the protection of personal data processed. GDPR defines personal data as ‘any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person.

When using the site, the following information may be collected: the URL of the links through which the user has accessed the site, the user’s access provider, the user’s Internet protocol (IP) address. In any case, EazySAFE only collects personal information relating to the user for the purpose of certain services offered by the website. Users supply this information with full knowledge of the facts, particularly when they enter it themselves. Users of the website are informed whether or not they are required to supply this information.

No personal information concerning the user of the website is published without the user’s knowledge, nor is it exchanged, transferred, ceded or sold on any medium whatsoever to third parties. Only the assumption of the purchase of EazySAFE and its rights would allow the transmission of the said information to the eventual purchaser who would in turn be bound by the same obligation of conservation and modification of the data with respect to the user of the site.

Use of cookies

The site contains a number of hyperlinks to other sites, set up with the authorization of EazySAFE. However, EazySAFE is not in a position to check the content of sites visited in this way, and consequently assumes no responsibility in this respect.

Browsing the website may result in the installation of cookie(s) on the user’s computer. A cookie is a small file which does not allow the user to be identified, but which records information relating to the browsing of a computer on a site. The data obtained in this way is intended to facilitate subsequent browsing of the site, and is also used to measure visitor numbers.

Refusal to install a cookie may make it impossible to access certain services. However, users can configure their computers as follows to refuse the installation of cookies:

  • Internet Explorer: Tools tab (wheel-shaped icon at top right) / Internet options. Click on Confidentiality and select Block all cookies. Confirm with Ok.
  • Firefox: at the top of the browser window, click on the Firefox button, then go to the Options tab. Click on the Privacy tab. Set the Retention Rules to: use custom settings for history. Finally, uncheck it to disable cookies.
  • On Safari: Click on the menu icon (symbolized by a cog) in the top right-hand corner of the browser. Select Settings. Click on Show advanced settings. In the “Privacy” section, click on “Content settings”. In the “Cookies” section, you can block cookies.
  • Under Chrome: Click on the menu icon (symbolized by three horizontal lines) in the top right-hand corner of the browser. Select Settings. Click on Show advanced settings. In the “Privacy” section, click on Preferences. In the “Confidentiality” tab, you can block cookies.

Your rights under Data Protection Law

You have several rights under data-protection law in relation to the personal information that EazySAFE holds about you. If you choose to exercise any of these rights, we will ask you to verify your identity. We will consider your request and provide a response within one month. These rights are described in detail on the Data Commissioner’s Website and summarised below:

  • Right of Access: You are entitled to have access to your personal data which we hold (this is more commonly known as submitting a “data subject access request”). Typically, there is no fee for this, however, we have the right to apply a reasonable fee in exceptional circumstances.
  • Right of Portability: You can request a copy of the personal information we hold about you in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and if technically feasible, have your personal information transmitted to another data controller in a machine-readable format.
  • Right to rectify: If it is found that personal data is inaccurate, you are entitled to have the inaccurate data removed, corrected or completed, as appropriate.
  • Right to withdraw consent: You have the right to withdraw your consent to any future processing for which you have previously given that consent.
  • Right to Erasure: Subject to certain conditions, you are entitled, on certain grounds, to have your personal data erased (also known as the “right to be forgotten”).
  • Right to Restriction: Restrict processing of your personal information in certain circumstances
  • Right to object to processing: You are entitled to object to our use of your personal information for our legitimate interests, for profiling and for direct marketing purposes.
  • Rights relating to automated decision-making including profiling: You are entitled to not be subject to a decision which is based solely on automated processing where that decision produces a legal effect on you or otherwise significantly affects you. We do not make automated decisions of this nature
  • Right to complain: You are entitled to lodge a complaint with the Data Protection Commissioner if you have concerns about how we process your personal data.

You can complain directly to

The Office of the Data Protection Commissioner at Canal House, Station Road, Portarlington, Co. Laois by telephone at +353 1890 25 2231 and/or by email to

You can also make a complaint directly to the relevant data protection authorities in the country where you are ordinarily resident. For example, in the UK you can also complain directly to the ICO at call their helpline on 0303 123 1113.