This web site does not collect any personalised data relating to users. Where users contact the Electronic Law Consultancy and thereby reveal their e-mail addresses these will be used only for the purposes of communicating directly with the user and not for any other purpose whatsoever.
1. Collection of personal data
We undertake to treat any personal data (such as your e-mail address) which you voluntarily submit through this web site in the strictest confidence and will not release such data to any third party without your specific prior authorisation in writing.
2. Collection of anonymous data
In order to provide the best possible service to users we collect anonymous information relating to the use of this site. This, for example, would cover the collection of first level domain names of users and the date and time on which pages on the site are visited.
At no stage is any information collected or utilised which allows the identification of a particular user.
In order to collect anonymous data we may use temporary cookies. Cookies are small, harmless pieces of information stored on the user’s hard drive. At this stage we are only using temporary or session cookies which expire when your browser is closed.
Please note that if you object to the collection of cookies in this manner you can set your browser to notify you when a cookie is received and allow you to decide whether you want to accept it or not.