Capturing personal data
We do not capture personal information without your knowledge or permission.
We do not share this data with any third parties.
If you have provided us with these details we may send you additional information we believe will be of interest via email, post or fax. This information may be company-specific or more general e-marketing.
As well as ensuring all email communications contain details on how to remove yourself from our distribution list, you also may at any time ask us to remove your name and related details from our database.
In line with the Data Protection Act 1998, at any time you may contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request the review and updating of your information.
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