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Who We Are Company Details

Future Law Institute (“Future Law”) is a social enterprise incorporated as a limited liability company in the United Kingdom with Company Reg. # No.11961108 and registered offices at 71-75 Shelton Street, Covent Garden
London WC2H 9JQ, UK.  For more information on us, or if you have any questions about our use of your personal data or any aspect of this privacy notice, please contact us at Please read these Terms of Use carefully before using this site. By using the site, you agree to be bound by these Terms of Use. Future Law reserves the right to modify these Terms of Use at any time by posting modified Terms of Use, and your continued use of the Site thereafter will constitute agreement with such modifications.

Nature of Information and Material

Although this Site may provide information concerning legal issues, such information is not intended to constitute or be a substitute for legal advice from qualified counsel. You agree that Future Law is not engaged in rendering legal services or advice by providing the information and materials on this Site, and that your use of the Site does not create any attorney-client relationship between you and Future Law. Future Law assumes no responsibility for any consequence relating directly or indirectly to any action or inaction you take based on the information or material on this Site. While Future Law takes reasonable measures to keep the information on this Site accurate, complete and up to date, Future Law will not be responsible for any damage or loss related to the inaccuracy, incompleteness or lack of timeliness of the information.

Restrictions on Use of Materials

All materials contained on this Site, and all intellectual property rights thereto, including copyrights, trademarks, service marks, trade names and trade dress, are owned by Future Law or its affiliates. You agree not to copy, reproduce, republish, transmit, modify or distribute any of the materials contained on the Site, except for your personal, noncommercial use, absent the prior written approval of Future Law.

Links to Other Sites

This Site may include links to other Internet sites that are beyond the control of Future Law. Future Law is not responsible for the content of any such sites, makes no representations regarding any such sites, and does not necessarily endorse or approve of the information, material, products or services contained on or accessible through any such sites. You acknowledge and agree that your linking to other sites, your use of such sites, and your use of any information, material, products and services offered by such sites, are solely at your own risk.


The materials provided on this site are provided “as is” and without warranty of any kind, express or implied. Future Law disclaims all express and implied warranties with regard to the information and materials contained on this site, including without limitation implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose and non-infringement.

Limitation of Liability

In no event shall Future Law or its partners or affiliates or contributors to this Site be liable for any loss or injury, or any damages, whether direct, special, indirect, punitive, incidental, exemplary, consequential, or otherwise, whether based on breach of contract, tort (including negligence), product liability or otherwise, resulting from your access or use of this Site. You hereby waive any and all such claims against Future Law, its partners, affiliates and contributors. You agree that the limitations set forth above are fundamental elements of this agreement, and that the site and its materials would not be provided to you absent such limitations. Some state statutes may restrict this limitation of liability.


You agree that you will not use this Site for any unlawful purpose, or for any purpose prohibited by these Terms of Use. You agree to indemnify, defend and hold harmless Future Law, its partners, affiliates and contributors from any liability, loss, claim and expense (including attorneys’ reasonable fees) related to (i) your violation of these Terms of Use, and/or (ii) your posting or use of materials on this Site.

Governing Law and Forum

These Terms of Use shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the UK, without giving effect to any principles of conflicts of law. Any dispute between you and Future Law regarding the content or use of the Site shall be resolved by arbitration under the UK, with hearings held in the English language in UK, and shall not be joined with any dispute that any other person or entity may have with Future Law.

Unless otherwise indicated, attorneys listed in this website are not certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. None of the attorneys listed in this website is certified as an “expert” or “specialist” pursuant to any authority governing the practice of law in any jurisdiction in the UK.


Future Law’s failure to insist upon strict enforcement of any provision of this agreement shall not be construed as a waiver of any provision or right.

Social Media

Future Law reserves the right to remove commentary on its social media channels. We will remove posts that are outside the original intent of the conversation, as well as those that are offensive or illegal. In addition, posts that drive to an individual’s websites or products with the intent of personal gain, or those that disclose confidential information, will be removed.

(A) This Policy

This Policy explains how we may Process your Personal Data. This Policy may be amended or updated from time to time, so please check it regularly for updates.

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Our principles and your privacy
We take your privacy very seriously and we are committed to protecting your information and respecting your rights under data protection laws. This Privacy Notice applies to all visitors to our website, email subscribers, clients and purchasers of our services and those who have signed up for membership to our community platform or any of our research projects and initiatives.
We process your personal information in accordance with our privacy principles:
  • We comply with data privacy laws when processing your personal information.
  • We will always be transparent with you about the ways in which we process your personal information.
  • We will limit our collection of your personal information to the minimum we need, or that which you have opted to provide.
  • We will not retain your personal information for longer than we need it.
  • We respect your personal data protection rights and will make it easy for you to exercise them.
  • We will always put your privacy and security first by choosing the least intrusive option when reviewing our internal processes and third party providers.
  • We will not sell your personal information.
We keep this privacy notice under regular review and we will notify you of any material changes we make via the email address you have registered with us either by becoming a member of our platform, or by subscribing to our newsletter. If you keep using your account after we notify you of material changes we have made, we will assume that you have consented to the updates communicated. If not, you may cancel your account at any time via the process outlined later in this document. If you have any questions or queries about our privacy notice or any material changes we have notified you of, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us at and place ‘Privacy Notice’ in the subject of your message.

(B) Information Collection and Use

What Data Do We Collect?

We don’t receive any personal data about you other than what you provide to us, either by creating an account, signing up to receive our newsletters or by contacting us via our contact or subscription forms. We also collect anonymised data through your use of our website.

When you create an account with us, we will collect some basic contact details, including your name, location and email address. We will also ask you for a password so you can gain secure access to your account in the future.

While setting up your account, and at any point during your membership, we will encourage you to upload a profile picture and write a short personal biography, so that other community members can learn a little more about you, but this is completely optional. You can also choose to include a link to any other social media profiles you may have (i.e. Instagram/Twitter etc) as well as any other personal information you think may be interesting.

As a member of our platform,  you may share tools and other content you have developed yourself alongside the wider community. You retain all copyright to the data you share. Please note that we collect any content you upload, as well as comments that you post on other member’s public content.

While you may contact other community members directly if they choose to provide their contact information, we do not oversee or facilitate private sharing of messages or resources between users and you should only share resources which you are happy to share with the wider community.

When you sign up to receive our emails or purchase any of our services we collect your name and email address so that we can manage your contact preferences.

In addition to this, if you chose to make contact with us using our contact or subscription forms, we will also collect any personal information you provide within the free text section (i.e. any comments / queries you may have). If your comment includes a question, you will receive a response from a member of the Future Law team and we will store a record of our communications with you.

If you apply to work with us, we will collect data such as; your name, home address, references and employment history so that we can process your application. If we need to contact those you have listed as referees, we will tell you beforehand.

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How Do We Use Your Data?
If you become a member of our community, we will use your personal data to create and maintain your profile, to personalise and improve your experience while using our platform. If you have consented to receiving our emails, we will use your personal information to send you updates about our community, research and training opportunities. We may also invite you to participate in surveys or research (although this will always be voluntary).
We will also use your information to detect, investigate and prevent any content or activities that may violate our community code of conduct or be illegal.
We may also process your personal data for administration purposes (for example, we may contact you regarding the content you have uploaded, a comment you have posted or a donation you have made), recruitment purposes and selection of staff, and also internal management (such as record keeping for enquiries, feedback or complaints we receive).

Posting and uploading onto our platform
One of the key principles of our community and purposes of our platform is to provide you with the opportunity to share any tools and stories high-leverage strategic intervention points for legal system change and connect with other Future Law practitioners and members. Please be aware that when you choose to share content publicly, we cannot stop the wider distribution of your content and your content may become accessible through search engines such as Google.
If you choose to delete content, tools or posts that you have uploaded, these may not be erased entirely if they have been previously downloaded or shared externally. Please make sure that you are completely comfortable with the wider community and general public being able to view and make use of your content before uploading onto our platform.

(C) Protecting Your Personal Information

We care deeply about safeguarding your personal information while you visit our website, access our services, receive our emails and/or join our community platform. We will take all reasonable steps to make sure that your data is treated securely and in accordance with this privacy notice. The information you provide will be subject to rigorous measures and procedures to minimise the risk of unauthorised access, disclosure, use, and modification. Your personal information is accessed only by those who are authorised to access it while carrying out their duties.
We regularly review our security procedures to consider appropriate new technology and methods. Please be aware that, despite our best efforts, no security measures are perfect or impenetrable.
Where we use other organisations to support us, we ensure that we have contract terms in place that contain obligations on the other organisation to safeguard your information. Some of these organisations have their servers in other countries. Wherever possible, we try to ensure that your data will not be processed outside of the EU but where this is not possible, we ensure that we have controls in place that protect your personal information at all times.

Third party content
Our website contains links to external websites, which are posted by us and other members of the community. If you follow such a link, please note that these websites have their own privacy and cookies policies and we cannot accept any responsibility or liability for these third party websites.
We may also embed third party content, such as videos, directly into our website. We will not show you this content until you have consented to see it. If you are a member of the platform you can update your consent preferences at any time from your profile. If you are a guest we will create a temporary cookie to remember your preferences (see the cookies policy for more information).

(D) Categories of Personal Data we may Process

We may Process: (i) your personal details (e.g., your name); (ii) demographic data (e.g., your age); (iii) your contact details (e.g., your address); (iv) matter details (e.g., your instructions to us); (v) records of your consents to our Processing of your Personal Data; (vi) payment details (e.g., your billing address); (vii) information about your use of our Sites and Apps (e.g., the type of device you are using); (viii) details of your current employer; (ix) information about your interactions with our content, other members or advertising; and (x) any views or opinions you provide to us.

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We may Process the following categories of Personal Data about you:

  • Personal details: given name(s); preferred name; and photograph.
  • Demographic information: gender; date of birth / age; nationality; salutation; title; and language preferences.
  • Identifier information: passport or national identity number; utility provider details; bank statements; tenancy agreements.
  • Contact details: correspondence address; telephone number; email address; and details of your public social media profile(s).
  • Matter details: details of individuals instructing Future Law; Personal Data included in correspondence, transaction documents, evidence or other materials that we Process in the course of providing services and legal advice.
  • Attendance records: details of meetings and other events organised by or on behalf of Future Law that you have attended.
  • Consent records: records of any consents you may have given, together with the date and time, means of consent and any related information (e.g., the subject matter of the consent).
  • Payment details: billing address; payment method; bank account number or credit card number; cardholder or accountholder name; card or account security details; card ‘valid from’ date; and card expiry date; invoice records; payment records; BACS details; SWIFT details; IBAN details; payment amount; payment date; and records of cheques.
  • Data relating to our Sites and Apps: device type; operating system; browser type; browser settings; IP address; language settings; dates and times of connecting to a Site; App usage statistics; App settings; dates and times of connecting to an App; and other technical communications information; username; password; security login details; usage data; aggregate statistical information.
  • Employer details: where you interact with us in your capacity as an employee, the name, address, telephone number and email address of your employer, to the extent relevant.
  • Content and advertising data: records of your interactions with our online advertising and content, records of advertising and content displayed on pages or App screens displayed to you, and any interaction you may have had with such content or advertising (including mouse hover, mouse clicks, any forms you complete (including incomplete forms not submitted) and any touchscreen interactions).
  • Views and opinions: any views and opinions that you choose to send to us, or publicly post about us on social media platforms.

(E) Your Data Protection Rights

Where we need to Process your Sensitive Personal Data for a legitimate purpose, we do so in accordance with applicable law.

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Under data protection law, you have rights including:
  1. Your right of access – You have the right to obtain confirmation from us as to whether or not personal data that concerns you is processed, and, ask us for copies of your personal information. However, we do have to take into account the rights and freedoms of others, so this is not an absolute right.
  2. Your right to rectification – You have the right to ask us to rectify personal information you think is inaccurate or incomplete. If you think that any of the information in your DEAL account is not accurate, you can take steps to correct it. You can manually change your email, edit your biography, photo and social media handles . You can also delete your account and set up a new one.
  3. Your right to erasure – You have the right to ask us to erase your personal information. where your information is being processed by a third party on our instruction, we will pass on your erasure request to ensure your right is fully met.
  4. Your right to restriction of processing – You have the right to ask us to restrict the processing of your personal information in certain circumstances.
  5. Your right to object to processing – You have the right to object to the processing of your personal information in certain circumstances.
  6. Your right to data portability – You have the right to ask that we transfer the personal information you gave us to another organisation, or to you, in certain circumstances.
If you wish to exercise any of the rights listed above, you should send an email to and place ‘Privacy Notice’ in the subject, providing evidence of your identity. You will not be required to pay any charge for exercising your rights and if you make a request, and we will respond to you within one month of confirming your Identity.
In case you have a complaint about the processing of your personal data, you have the right to lodge a complaint with your local competent supervisory authority.
If you are based in the UK, your supervisory authority is the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), they can be contacted by visiting; alternatively, you can write to them:
Information Commissioner’s Office
Wycliffe House
Water Lane
If you’re not based in the UK, please contact your local Data Protection Supervisory Authority in the first instance.

(F) Processing Your Data

We Process Personal Data for the following purposes: providing our Sites, Apps, and services to you; compliance checks; operating our business; communicating with you; managing our IT systems; health and safety; financial management; conducting surveys; ensuring the security of our premises and systems; conducting investigations where necessary; compliance with applicable law; improving our Sites, Apps, and services; fraud prevention; and recruitment and dealing with job applications.

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UK data protection law requires us to have a lawful basis for the processing of all personal information, and there are several lawful bases available. We will only process your personal information in line with the lawful bases outlined below::

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(G) Disclosure of Personal Data to third parties

We may disclose your Personal Data to: (i) legal and regulatory authorities; (ii) our external advisors; (iii) our Processors; (iv) any party as needed in connection with legal proceedings; (v) any party necessary for investigating, detecting or preventing criminal offences; (vi) any purchaser of our business; and (vii) any third party providers of advertising, plugins or content used on our Sites or our Apps.

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We may disclose your Personal Data to other entities, for legitimate business purposes (including operating our Sites and our Apps, and providing services to you), in accordance with applicable law and subject to applicable professional and regulatory requirements regarding confidentiality and professional secrecy. In addition, we may disclose your Personal Data to:

  • legal and regulatory authorities, upon request, or for the purposes of reporting any actual or suspected breach of applicable law or regulation;
  • accountants, auditors, lawyers and other outside professional advisors to Future Law, subject to binding contractual obligations of confidentiality;
  • third party Processors (such as providers of data hosting services and document review services), located anywhere in the world, subject to the requirements noted below in this Section (G);
  • any relevant party, law enforcement agency or court, to the extent necessary for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal rights;
  • any relevant party for the purposes of prevention, investigation, detection or prosecution of criminal offences or the execution of criminal penalties, including safeguarding against and the prevention of threats to public security;
  • any relevant third party acquirer(s), in the event that we sell or transfer all or any portion of our business or assets (including in the event of a reorganization, dissolution or liquidation); and
  • any relevant third party provider, where our Sites and our Apps use third party advertising, plugins or content. If you choose to interact with any such advertising, plugins or content, your Personal Data may be shared with the relevant third party provider. We recommend that you review that third party’s privacy policy before interacting with its advertising, plugins or content.

If we engage a third party Processor to Process your Personal Data, the Processor will be subject to binding contractual obligations to: (i) only Process the Personal Data in accordance with our prior written instructions; and (ii) use measures to protect the confidentiality and security of the Personal Data, together with any additional requirements under applicable law.

(H) Information Storage & Retention


We are committed to safeguarding your privacy, and so, we have carefully vetted and selected our third party data processors and the data centres and services they provide us with, to ensure that they meet our privacy and security standards. Our service providers are outlined herein.

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  • SiteGround ( host our website and community platform and, if you’re a Future Law community member, all of your account data and any content you choose to upload is hosted within their data centres which are situated within London.
  • Google ( and Typeform ( provide our contact, subscription and server forms functionality. Data submitted within these forms is stored within (i) Google’s data centres, which are located in the UK and the US (ii) Typeform’s data centres are in California, United States.
  • Mailchimp ( provides and deliver our emails to you and while doing so, store your personal information within their US data centre based in the State of Georgia. Please see their Privacy Policy here. 
  • Qualtrics ( is used to collect and analyse data for qualitative research projects. There GDPR policy can be found here.

Data Retention
It is our standard practice to only hold your personal information for as long as we need it. This will vary depending on the activity for which the data is being used. However, we are wholly aware of our obligations under the data protection laws, and we make every effort to ensure that we only hold on to your data for as long as it is required.
If you have an account with us, we will retain your personal information for as long as your account is active. If you decide to deactivate your account, your profile will be permanently erased. If you have created and shared tools with us and the wider community, these will be retained indefinitely.
If you have consented to receive our emails, we will retain your personal information until you decide to opt-out. You can opt out of receiving our newsletters at any time by clicking on the ‘unsubscribe’ link in any of the emails you receive, or by contacting us here
Our emails are delivered to you via a third party, Mailchimp who will retain your personal information within a separate suppression list if you have opted out of receiving our emails. If you would like to be removed from this suppression list, please contact us in the first instance.
If you have contacted us via our contact or subscription form, we will retain all queries / complaints for a period of one year post closure, unless your query / complaint remains unresolved.
If you have applied to work with us and are unsuccessful in your job application, we may retain your personal information for a period of 6 months after we have finished recruiting. If you have expressed an interest in hearing about similar roles that we may have in the future, we will retain your information for a further period of 18 months, however, you can change your mind at any time.

Deleting your account
You can delete your account by editing your account and selecting ‘Cancel my account and delete all my data’ at the bottom of the page. It is important to note that if you delete your account, we will not be able to recover your account and you will need to set up a new account. If you choose to delete your account, any resources you have shared with the community will remain indefinitely on our platform.

Third Party Data Processors
We take your privacy very seriously and therefore, we will not sell your personal information to other organisations for profit. We may, however, share your personal information with our trusted third party data processors hereinabove referred (Siteground, Mailchimp, Google, Qualtrics, Typeform) to help us to provide you with the services which you expect to receive.
We ensure that all of these data processors meet the requirements of GDPR, including those which are based outside of the European Economic Area.

(I) Data security

We implement appropriate technical and organisational security measures to protect your Personal Data. Please ensure that any Personal Data that you send to us are sent securely.

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We have implemented appropriate technical and organisational security measures designed to protect your Personal Data against accidental or unlawful destruction, loss, alteration, unauthorised disclosure, unauthorised access, and other unlawful or unauthorised forms of Processing, in accordance with applicable law.

Because the internet is an open system, the transmission of information via the internet is not completely secure. Although we will implement all reasonable measures to protect your personal data, we cannot guarantee the security of your data transmitted to us using the internet – any such transmission is at your own risk and you are responsible for ensuring that any Personal Data that you send to us are sent securely.

(J) Data accuracy

We take every reasonable step to ensure that your Personal Data are kept accurate and up-to-date and are erased or rectified if we become aware of inaccuracies.

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We take every reasonable step to ensure that:

  • your Personal Data that we Process are accurate and, where necessary, kept up to date; and
  • any of your Personal Data that we Process that are inaccurate (having regard to the purposes for which they are Processed) are erased or rectified without delay.

From time to time we may ask you to confirm the accuracy of your Personal Data.

(K) Data minimisation

We take every reasonable step to limit the volume of your Personal Data that we Process to what is necessary.

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We take every reasonable step to ensure that your Personal Data that we Process are limited to the Personal Data reasonably necessary in connection with the purposes set out in this Policy.

(L) Data retention

We take every reasonable step to ensure that your Personal Data are only retained for as long as they are needed.

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We take every reasonable step to ensure that your Personal Data are only Processed for the minimum period necessary for the purposes set out in this Policy.

The criteria for determining the duration for which we will keep your Personal Data are as follows: we will retain copies of your Personal Data in a form that permits identification only for as long as is necessary in connection with the purposes set out in this Policy, unless applicable law requires a longer retention period. In particular, we may retain your Personal Data for the duration of any period necessary to establish, exercise or defend any legal rights.

(M) Analytics

We use the services provided by Matomo Analytics to analyse the traffic on our website (you can read their full privacy policy here). This service has been configured to avoid tracking and sharing of any personally identifiable data.

This means that you can be assured that the analytical data we collect will not be used for any other purposes than for our website improvement. In addition to this, we have implemented the following controls to secure your personal data:
  • We automatically anonymise your IP Addresses so that your precise location is never tracked
  • Static IP addresses cannot be tracked across multiple devices or sessions.
  • We erase any raw data that we collect from our tracking logs every 3 months.
We respect your preference to enable DoNotTrack technology and, even though data is always anonymous, you can also opt out of all analytics tracking.


(N) Cookies and similar technologies

What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files placed on your computer, phone or other device by websites that you visit. Almost all websites, including this one, use cookies to provide personalised content, analyse traffic and to enable you to have an enhanced experience when you visit our website. They also allow you to make full use of our platform, to view, download, share and upload content and to provide you with personalised features, such as a ‘remember me’ function to aid your login to your profile.
We do not use cookies to collect or record any personal information such as your name, address or financial details, or if you make a financial donation. This policy refers to both ‘cookies’ and ‘similar technologies’ as cookies. If you would like to learn more about cookies and the types of cookies used by websites, you can find more information here.

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Types of cookies
We use different types of cookies on this website for the following purposes:
Strictly essential cookies
These cookies are necessary for our website to function and therefore cannot be switched off. They are only set in response to actions made by you such as logging into our website. You can set your browser to block these cookies, however this will inevitably mean that some parts of our website will not work properly.
Functional & performance cookies
These cookies allow our website to operate at its best and remember choices you make when you set up your account with us (such as your user name).

How do we use cookies?
Your privacy is very important to us and so, the cookies we have enabled on our website are used to make sure the site works the way you expect – that it loads quickly, remembers your settings, and makes it easy to share tools and content with our community.
None of the cookies we use on our website:
  • Collect any personally identifiable information (without your express permission)
  • Pass your personal data to advertising networks
We need your permission to use all non essential cookies. You don’t have to give us permission, but if you do it’ll make sure you get the best experience and to help us improve our website. If you do consent to receive cookies, you can change your decision at any time.
You can enable or disable cookies or be alerted when cookies are sent to your device by changing your website browser settings. How to do this will depend on the browser you are using. You can use the following links to learn more about how to adjust or modify your browser settings if you are using Internet ExplorerGoogle ChromeSafari, or Firefox.
In addition to our standard cookies, which are listed below, if you consent to see embedded third party content then those third parties may create additional cookies. As such, you will be provided with a link to the relevant terms and conditions, privacy notice or cookie policy before you give your consent.

(O) Direct marketing

We may Process your Personal Data to contact you with information regarding services that may be of interest to you. You may unsubscribe for free at any time.

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We may Process your Personal Data to contact you via email, telephone, direct mail or other communication formats to provide you with information regarding services that may be of interest to you. If we provide services to you, we may send information to you regarding our services and other information that may be of interest to you, using the contact details that you have provided to us and always in compliance with applicable law.

You may unsubscribe from our promotional email list at any time by simply clicking on the unsubscribe link included in every promotional email we send. After you unsubscribe, we will not send you further promotional emails, but we may continue to contact you to the extent necessary for the purposes of any services you have requested.

(Q) Contact details

71-75 Shelton Street, Covent Garden, London WC2H 9JQ | Email:

(R) Definitions

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  • Adequate Jurisdiction” a jurisdiction that has been formally designated by the European Commission as providing an adequate level of protection for Personal Data.
  • App” means any application made available by us (including where we make such applications available via third party stores or marketplaces, or by any other means).
  • “Controller” means the entity that decides how and why Personal Data are Processed.
  • Cookie” means a small file that is placed on your device when you visit a website (including our Sites). In this Policy, a reference to a “Cookie” includes analogous technologies such as web beacons and clear GIFs.
  • Data Protection Authority” means an independent public authority that is tasked, by law, with overseeing compliance with applicable data protection laws.
  • EEA” means the European Economic Area (the Member States of the European Union, together with Norway, Liechtenstein and Iceland).
  • Personal Data” means information that is about any individual, or from which any individual is directly or indirectly identifiable, in particular by reference to an identifier such as a name, an identification number, location data, an online identifier or to one or more factors specific to the physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity of that individual.
  • Process”, “Processing” or “Processed” means anything that is done with any Personal Data, whether or not by automated means, such as collection, recording, organisation, structuring, storage, adaptation or alteration, retrieval, consultation, use, disclosure by transmission, dissemination or otherwise making available, alignment or combination, restriction, erasure or destruction.
  • Processor” means any person or entity that Processes Personal Data on behalf of the Controller (other than employees of the Controller).
  • Sensitive Personal Data” means Personal Data about race or ethnicity, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade union membership, physical or mental health, sexual life, any actual or alleged criminal offences or penalties, national identification number, or any other information that may be deemed to be sensitive under applicable law.
  • Site” means any website operated, or maintained, by us or on our behalf.
  • Standard Contractual Clauses” means template data transfer clauses adopted by the European Commission or adopted by a Data Protection Authority and approved by the European Commission, for the purpose of transferring data outside of the EEA.