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None of these cookies collect any individual data about our visitors. They are only anonymised data.
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The type of user/visitor information that docdiscovery.net collects generally includes a name, e-mail address and any other relevant contact details which you have communicated to us by whatever means whether by e-mail, through this website or otherwise. We may also collect information about the use of our products and services, any preferences that we are told about, or information that is submitted voluntarily to us, such as requests for further information in a specific area of interest.
The personal information that is provided by or obtained from you is used and/or held by us for maintaining our records and in order that we can communicate with you.
We may also use the information you provide to send you information which we believe may be useful to you, including newsletters, briefing notes and updates, and invitations to our seminars and other events. If you do not wish to receive this information please ensure you untick the marketing preference checkbox during registration
We may develop aggregate anonymised (i.e., not individual) reports which incorporate some of the information provided by clients/visitors. The reports are for the use of our business for research purposes only. Such reports will not include any personally identifiable information.
By providing personal information through this site, such as completing forms, requesting publications, commenting on discussions, contributing to the blog or providing additional information, you are indicating your consent to our obtaining personal information from you and to the holding and use of the personal information that is provided by or obtained from you in accordance with this policy. All personal information is processed in accordance with the principles of data protection contained in the UK Data Protection Act 1998 and Directive 95/46/EC.
If, at any time, you receive unsolicited material and no longer wish to receive such material or you wish to change, update or remove all or any of your personal information, please see ‘Correcting and updating your profile’ below.
Transmitting personal data over the Internet
We will not sell, rent, trade or otherwise supply to third parties for their own use any personal information obtained from you without your consent.
We have security measures designed to protect against the loss, misuse and/or alteration of the information under its control. These include:
- secure computer storage facilities
- PA has its own firewalls to provide security. These are designed to prevent others from accessing confidential data or accessing PA’s internal networks that store client/visitor data
To help us keep our databases up-to-date please ensure you update your contact details on your profile page. To find out what personal data we hold on you or to have your personal data updated, amended or removed from our databases, please click here to get in touch. Any such data subject requests may be subject to the prescribed fee which is currently £10 in the United Kingdom.
If you want to access and modify or delete information previously provided, you can access your profile page from your dashboard ( top right corner)