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Privacy Statement :

We are committed to safeguarding your privacy online. We have posted this privacy statement to help you understand what information we are gathering and how we will use it. We believe that your personal privacy on the Internet is a fundamental right, and we are committed to clear, open and accessible privacy policies.

We hope that you feel our Privacy Statement explains clearly how we gather and use data we may collect from you. We have used our best efforts to compose a policy that is fair, respectful and protects your privacy online.

We will not wilfully disclose individually identifiable information about users to any third party.

We may collect personally identifiable information from you, but it can only be collected when you voluntarily give it to us.

We will not use your contact information to send you unsolicited mailings.

In the global environment of the Internet, collecting and processing personal data requires the transmission of data on an international basis. Therefore, by browsing this web site and communicating electronically with us, you acknowledge and agree to our processing of personal data in this way.

According to the Government Data Protection web site :

'Processing' is broadly defined and takes place when any operation or set of operations is carried out on personal data. The Data Protection Act 1998 requires that personal data be processed "fairly and lawfully". Personal data will not be considered to be processed fairly unless certain conditions are met. A data subject must be told the identity of the data controller and why that information is to be processed.

Processing may only be carried out where one of the following conditions has been met :

  • the individual has given his or her consent to the processing;
  • the processing is necessary for the performance of a contract with the individual;
  • the processing is required under a legal obligation;
  • the processing is necessary to protect the vital interests of the individual;
  • the processing is necessary to carry out public functions;
  • the processing is necessary in order to pursue the legitimate interests of the data controller or third parties (unless it could prejudice the interests of the individual).

The European Union (EU) encourages the free movement of goods, people, services and capital throughout the Union. It recognises that facilitating this requires the free flow of data from one Member State to another, but also that "fundamental rights of individuals should be recognised". In October 1998 the EU adopted the Directive on Data Protection, which sets forth strict rules for companies, which handle personal data about EU citizens.

The Directive instructs Member States to pass laws that specifically include the following terms :

  • Companies must notify both employees and consumers about how information collected about them will be used;
  • Companies can only use data for its intended purpose;
  • Companies cannot transfer data on employees and consumers to countries with inadequate privacy protection laws;
  • Consumers will have a right to access data collected about them;
  • Consumers will have a right to have inaccurate data rectified;
  • Consumers will have a right to know the origin of data about them (if this information is available);
  • Consumers will have a right of recourse in the event of unlawful processing of data about them;
  • Consumers will have a right to withhold permission to use their data (e.g. the right to opt-out of direct marketing campaigns for free without providing a reason);
  • Companies need explicit permission of consumers to process sensitive information, including information on racial origin, political or religious beliefs, trade union membership, medical data, and sexual life.

Fundamentally this means companies must ask customers if they can collect personal data; disclose how any information will be collected and used; and provide customers with free access to data about themselves.

If you wish to access any personal information you feel we may have about you, email us at: theoffice@LeeSaunders.co.uk

By using LeeSaunders.co.uk and 'thepuzzleproject.co.uk' and inputting personal information, you consent to the collection and use of this information for CMI use only for the notification of Lee Saunders material and relating material to The Puzzle Project. If we change our privacy and legal notice, we will post those changes on this page.

Should we change our policy in the future, the change will not affect how the data you enter now is used.

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