Every time you visit The Website, your IP address, your operating system, your browser model, the search engine you used to access The Website (if applicable), the date and time you accessed and left The Website, the page URL's you visited and the country you have visited The Website from are recorded in a database ("The Database"). LOA Law reserves the right to use this information internally for targeted marketing purposes and agrees to not disclose this information to any third parties not directly associated with LOA Law.
This policy also applies to any information you explicity disclose by way of the Newsletter Registration form on the Newsletters page or home page, or the Enquiry form on the Contact page of The Website. LOA Law agrees to refrain from using any of your personal information (including, but not limited to, your email address, phone number, name and enquiry) other than to send you our newsletters (if you have registered by way of either Newsletter Registration form) or to contact you in reference to any issue or enquiry which is currently open or was open in past between you and LOA Law. LOA Law agrees to not disclose this information to any third parties not directly associated with LOA Law.
Internal usage for targeted marketing purposes includes the production of website usage statistics, however these will be circulated internally only unless a third party becomes involved with LOA Law for the purposes of upgrading and improving The Website. LOA Law agrees to only disclose anonymous information to third parties.
Some links to third parties are displayed on The Website, including charitable trusts supported by LOA Law. These links may lead you to external websites, however LOA Law is not responsible for any content on these external websites, only what is displayed on The Website.
Any newsletters sent to you from LOA Law will always include an unsubscribe link for unsubscribing at anytime. As soon as you unsubscribe, your email address will be removed from The Database and you will not receive any further unprovoked contact from LOA Law. You have the right to contact LOA Law directly at any time to request changes to or removal of any personal information collected by them in The Database. However LOA Law also reserves the right to directly request any information from you that they deem essential.
LOA Law cannot guarantee the security of the connection between the device from which you access The Website and the server on which The Website resides. As a result, if any of your personal information is leaked through this connection, LOA Law can not, under any circumstances, be held accountable.
LOA Law reserves the right to place cookies on your device. Cookies are alphanumeric identification numbers which are stored on your device's storage facility through your browser to enable LOA Law to recognise your device whenever you access The Website through it, and therefore better personalise your access of The Website. It is important to note that cookies do not identify you personally, but identify your device. Through your the settings in your browser, you should be able to disable cookies, but be aware that if you do so, you will not be able to take full advantage of The Website. LOA Law can not, under any circumstances, be held accountable for any action undertaken by your browser or device in relation to the placement of cookies.
LOA Law is entitled to disclose to authorities any information deemed by LOA Law as information required to conform to legal requirements, comply with legal process or help to maintain the law, or protect the rights or property of LOA Law. LOA Law is also entitled to disclose personal information to debt collection agencies employed by LOA Law under the Terms of Engagement of LOA Law (click here to view).
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