OMF is a responsible filmmaker and values your privacy and security highly.
Until recently, whether web sites were standard HTTP or HTTPS was not flagged up. Similarly, if we knew the email address of an OMF supporter then we could save that address and as long as we included an opt-out link we could send a newsletter or other communication.
All that has changed. As of 25th May the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) becomes law and we can only keep your contact details on file if you have requested us to. If you were previously on our newsletter circulation list then you will already have received details of how to make such a request and continue to receive OMF news.
Web site security is another issue. If you complete a form on the OMF site, make a purchase from our Box Office or access a page that requires a login password you will probably see a Site Not Secure alert in your browser address field. Do not be alarmed. Nothing has changed and you are quite safe. All login details are handled within the site, payment is handled by the PayPal third party secure server and nothing is passed on elsewhere.
We could convert the site to HTTPS. Nothing in the site or how it works would change. However, every single page of the site, the addressing for every heading and every image, would all have to be re-authored - and with more than 150 pages and thousands of images, that's not something we can do at this time.
Rest assured however, your data is safe.