Privacy

  1. All terms used in the Privacy Policy are as defined in the Terms and Conditions of the site.
  2. Information is collected from the User on registration, or when contributions are made or certain features of the site used. It is collected primarily so that Stein IAS can both personalise the use of the site for Users and to assist in provision of its services.
  3. Information is also collected so that Stein IAS may send Users further information about the site, related products or services, details of other Stein IAS products or services or those of third parties. The site allows the User to choose which of these will be relevant. Stein IAS will only pass information about Users (as an individual as opposed to aggregate information - as explained in clause 10) to third parties with Users' consent or otherwise set out in this policy.
  4. Users can amend information provided at any time by accessing User details.
  5. All User information is covered by the Data Protection Act 1998 (the "Act"). The Act requires Stein IAS to be registered as a Data Controller. Further details of the registration are available at http://www.dpr.gov.uk/
  6. Users can access the data held on them by contacting Stein IAS in writing or by e-mail, subject to a nominal charge of £10, as authorised by the Act, to cover administration costs.
  7. Users' details may be transferred to another Stein IAS company or to the new owner if ownership of Stein IAS changes.
  8. steinias.com may use cookies. Users may choose not to accept cookies but this may prevent proper functioning of steinias.com.
  9. Whenever a User requests a page, username, IP address, browser and version and operating system are stored in a log file. This information is only used for statistical purposes to help improve this site and provide accurate statistics in the form of aggregated data.
  10. Whilst we strive to protect User's personal information no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be totally secure and thus Stein IAS cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information it may process as part of the site. Stein IAS cannot guarantee that third party services accessible through steinias.com operate the same Privacy Policy.
  11. Stein IAS reserves the right to update and change this Privacy Policy at any time. However, Stein IAS will not use information submitted by a User under this current notice in a way not currently described herein without also notifying the User of such change, and giving the User an opportunity to opt-out, or otherwise prevent that new use of your information.

If you have any questions concerning this Privacy Policy or would like us to amend your details please email us.

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