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of either any other party's right and/or the British Code of Advertising Practice.
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against any claim made against the Publisher arising from the Corporate Presentation.
The Publisher will consult with the Advertiser as to the way in which any such
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terminate a users access and use of any part of the Business Briefings
series at any time, with or without notice.
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Data Protection Act 1998 ("the Act"), of access to, knowledge of and
control over information held about themselves. Its websites are operated in
compliance with the eight principles of the Act, with regard to processing,
security and transfer of personal data gathered via these websites.
The Business Briefings series uses information voluntarily submitted to us by
visitors (that is, during general registration) or information the site gathers
We may use the Internet Protocol (IP) address to help identify technical problems
with our server and to administer the website. Furthermore, the IP address may
be used to help identify the users.
The Business Briefings series websites contain links to other sites. However,
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You may alter the user registration information at any time and as often as
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about its users to third parties without permission to do so. We do not sell
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Changes to Privacy Statement
Our privacy policies are periodically reviewed and enhanced as necessary. If
there is a change to our privacy practices, affected users will be notified
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