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only record your personal details in the manner and for the purposes set out in this Privacy Statement
keep your personal details secure from unauthorised access, use or disclosure
not sell, rent, trade or otherwise knowingly share or provide your personal information to any third party except insofar as legally obliged to do so
only use your information in accordance with the terms of the Data Protection Act 1998
Any information collected indirectly will be used by NDA only: to monitor the volume, type and pattern of traffic using this website; to develop the design and layout of the website; and for other administrative and planning purposes.
NDA collects personal information, such as a user's name and email address, only when it is provided voluntarily by a user when communicating with the NDA project.
We will use such information as provided by you to answer enquiries and otherwise communicate with you. All communications from you and subsequent correspondence from us will be recorded and securely retained by us.
NDA shall not retain the contents of any communications from you and subsequent correspondence for longer than is necessary having regard to the content and nature of such communications and correspondence. Contact details including your email address may be retained for the purposes of generally improving the services offered by NDA. This includes evaluation of the services provided by us.
We may use any information collected directly from users or visitors for generally improving this website and the services offered by NDA.
This website contains hypertext links to other web sites. NDA is not responsible for the content of these sites, nor for the privacy policies operated by the owners of those sites and does not accept responsibility for any information obtained by third parties as a result of use by you of such hypertext links.
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NDA encourages users who may have specific concerns about the gathering or use of any such information to view this Privacy Statement regularly.
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The website has been carefully designed, and strict standards have been put in place, to ensure that users with disabilities can access the information contained within it.