Privacy Policy

This privacy notice explains how we use and protect all the data collected from users visiting this website. 

We do everything possible to protect your web privacy at all times. If you are asked to provide any information while visiting our website, you can rest assured that it will be protected according to this privacy statement. In this notice, “we” means SUSO Digital, which operates this website and holds all the data.

This privacy notice may be subjected to changes whenever we update our website, which will happen regularly. Stay up to date with any modifications we make to be sure that you are content with them.

This privacy notice enters into force on the 1st of June, 2020.

What we collect

Personal data that we collect may include:

  • your name, address, year of birth or title,
  • contact information, including email address or telephone number,
  • demographic information, including address, and postcode,
  • information about your devices, such as IP address,
  • the ways you browse our website, how you access our website and other websites you visit,
  • other information relevant to you.

This data helps us understand your needs and intents better. With this information, we will be able to meet your expectations and satisfy your needs by providing relevant search results with Bazooka Search Ltd T/A SUSO Digital and helpful, flawless experience.

We use this information for:

  • internal record keeping,
  • improving your general interaction with us, 
  • Improving our interface and our style and design,
  • personalising our offer to you,
  • personalising advertising,
  • communicating with you and adjusting that communication to your needs and expectations.

We may sometimes use the email address you provided to share information about special occasions, new products, and other things we think you may find useful or interesting.


We do everything in our power to make sure that your data is 100% safe at all times. To prevent unauthorised parties from accessing or disclosing your personal information, we have applied numerous physical, electronic, and managerial procedures to safeguard the data we collect digitally.

How we use cookies

What is a cookie?

It is a small file that requires your permission to place itself on your device’s hard drive. If you agree, cookies start helping to analyse web traffic or informing you when you visit a particular website. Cookies make your online experience more personalised, as they allow web applications to adjust their operations to your individual needs. Thanks to them, the websites you visit can remember your preferences. They also help to improve the whole online experience.

We use this data for statistical analysis before it’s permanently removed.

Traffic log cookies help us understand which pages are being most frequently visited by you, which of them you find useful and which not, and why. We use this information to adjust our website to your personal needs. Cookies do not give us access to your computer, nor do they provide any data other than what you choose to share with us

You can either accept or decline cookies. Some web browsers may accept them automatically, but you can always change your browser settings. However, note that it may keep you from taking full advantage of the website and may result in a poorer online experience.

CookieNamePurposeMore information
Google Analytics_utma
These cookies gather data about how visitors use our website. We only use it to improve our page. Collected information is anonymous, and it includes the number of visitors to the site, how they accessed our website and which pages they visited.Click here for an overview of privacy at Google
Elleven EU Cookie Complianceeu-opt-in=1These cookies are used only when a user
agrees to them. They check if we should
display the Cookies notice or not
This cookie expires after 12 months.

Most web browsers allow you to control cookies through the browser settings. To find out more about cookies, learn how to manage and delete them, visit

Link to other websites

On our website, you may find links to other pages that can be interesting to you or to us. However, note that we are not responsible for what happens once you follow these links and leave our website. We are not responsible for your security and protection once you go to other pages. These websites are not governed by this privacy statement. Stay cautious and read other pages’ privacy notices to stay protected at all times.

Control your personal information

You are in control of your personal information, and you may choose to restrict our gathering or use of it in the following ways:

  • If you are asked to fill in the form on our website, you can give or refuse to give us permission to use your personal information for direct marketing purposes (you will be able to find a box to tick. It is your decision to tick it or not),
  • If you have already agreed to give your personal data for us to use, but you changed your mind, you can contact us at any time and withdraw your permission.

We will not sell, distribute, or lease your personal information unless we have your direct permission to do so, or we are required by the law. We may use this data for marketing purposes concerning third parties if we think you might be interested in it, but only if you have first agreed to this.

You may ask for details of your personal information held by us under the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Write to us ( you will find the contact address on the contact page) if you would like a copy of collected data.

If you believe that any information we have about you is incomplete or inaccurate, please contact us as soon as possible so that we can correct it. If you want us to amend or delete this data, send us an email at [email protected].