This policy explains:
2. How We Collect Information
3. The Information We Collect
We collect such information as:
4. How We Use Your Information
We may use and analyse information about you in order to:
5. Disclosure of your Information
We may disclose your information:
6. Retention of Information
We retain information only for as long as we need it. In relation to the following information we are required to retain it for not less than six months and not more than two years in order to ensure that this information is available for the purpose of the investigation, detection and prosecution of serious crime:
7. Accessing your Information
8. Changes to this Policy
We will keep this policy under review and any changes made from time to time will be posted on this page.
9. Security and Protection of Customer Information
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The following services: broadband Internet connection and access, modem and associated cables and filter(s) lease services, IP address services, maintenance and support services, and such other services as are agreed in a broadband order or as Pay As You Talk Law may agree to provide you from time to time under the broadband contract.
The international system of interconnected computer networks utilising standard protocols and procedures to transmit electronic data.
The electronic communications system by which we make Services available in the United Kingdom.
Pay As You Talk Law Group
Pay As You Talk Law Limited and any companies which are a holding company or subsidiary of Pay As You Talk Law Limited as defined by section 1159 of the Companies Act 2006.
Our web, WAP, Pay As You Talk Law Active and XDA portals and any other services and portals we introduce from time to time.
Media Message (MMS) (Multimedia Messaging Service)
A message that can contain text, images, video and audio.
Self-contained websites relating to a particular product, eg Talklaw or a promotion, eg Prepaid Legal Advice Calling Card, built to function independently of the main website.
Any services supplied by Pay As You Talk Law to users, including but not limited to: mobile airtime and data, Web Services, Webmail, WAP Services, Services and Broadband.
Unsolicited "junk" e-mail or messages sent to large numbers of people to promote products or services. The term also refers to inappropriate promotional or commercial postings to discussion groups or bulletin boards.
Services provided via Wireless Application Protocol (a secure specification that allows users to access Content via handheld wireless devices such as mobile phones). " Pay As You Talk Law Active" refers to those WAP Services made available to Pay As You Talk Law Network customers directly from the Pay As You Talk Law Active menu on your device.
An email system that can be accessed via the web browser.
Services provided from our website www.payasouytalklaw.com and any additional websites linked from our website.
Services terms and conditions.
Terms and conditions for our Services located on our website.
All United Kingdom Solicitor advisors are regulated by the SRA, all Barrister advisors are regulated by the Bar and all other international lawyers outside of the UK jurisdiction are regulated by tehir respective professional bodies.
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