The privacy of people who use our website is of paramount importance to us and we have taken steps to protect it. You are encouraged to take a moment to read this Privacy Policy because it explains how we use and safeguard the personal information that you give to us.

By using or registering with this website you consent to the use of your information under the terms of our Privacy Policy.

What Information Do We Collect?
The information we ask you to provide depends upon your reason for contacting us. For example, when you email us an enquiry, we will need your contact details such as your name, email address and possibly telephone number in order to reply. When you register with us, either for the DataPedia service or to receive emails about our training events, we will collect some personal information from you such as your name, address and email address.

How do we Use Your Personal Information?
We will use your personal information to deliver the service that you have asked for and to let you know about important changes and improvements to our website. For example, if you register with DataPedia, your details will be used to send you our free e-journal and occasional emails about our training events. Alternatively, if you register with us just to receive emails about our training events, then that’s all your details will be used for.

Beyond this we will not use your data for any other purpose except with your consent or where we are required or obligated to do so by law.

Your Data and Third Parties
We will never rent or sell your details to third parties for marketing.
Occasionally, your data may be processed on our behalf by third party service companies which are contracted by us to help deliver our services eg. typing services. However, where this happens we also require our third party companies to enter into suitable confidentiality agreements. This means that third parties cannot use your data for their own purposes and must keep it safe and secure.
In the event that the Information Law Practice is sold or merged with another organisation, your personal data may be disclosed to our new business partners or owners.

Information Collected Automatically
The Information Law Practice does not automatically capture or store personal data from visitors to our website, except to log the users IP address and session information such as the duration of the visit to the site and the nature of the browser used. This information is only used for administration of the site system and the compilation of statistics used by us to improve our site.

Our website does not use cookies.

Changes to our Privacy Policy

We will process your personal data in accordance with our Privacy Policy. From time to time we may amend our Privacy Policy in which case we will tell you about those changes by email.

Changing Your Personal Details and Preferences
We will work hard to keep your details accurate and up to date but in the meantime, if your personal data or preferences change, you can amend them yourself at any time. Simply email us at moc.ecitcarpwalnoitamrofnieht@ofni and we will make the changes for you.

If you have any questions about how we process your personal data please email us