Igloo Law Ltd collects and uses personal data and information about you. Your privacy is important to us and as a provider of legal services, we handle personal data in accordance with the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) and we operate as a ‘data controller’ as defined by the regulations.
We treat all information we collect as confidential. We collect your personal information in a way that is lawful, fair and not unreasonably intrusive to your privacy. When you browse our website as a visitor, we don’t collect any personal information.
Generally, we will collect information from you for such things as:
We will not use or disclose your information for any other purpose without your consent unless the law requires us to. We do not disclose information to overseas recipients unless the law requires us to do so or it is necessary for the conduct of your matter.
We collect personal data as defined by the GDPR, including but not limited to:
We collect information for service delivery, in ways including but not limited to:
We collect information from a third party or a publicly available source only if you have agreed to it or it is reasonable for us to do so.
We try to ensure that your information is accurate and up to date. Please tell us if you believe otherwise.
We use generally accepted technology and security to hold and protect your information from unauthorised access, use, modification and disclosure by security mechanisms. This includes physical, network and computer security. We restrict access to our IT systems to people who legitimately need to use it as part of their responsibilities.
Please contact us in writing to access your information, with proof of your identity. We’ll reply to your request within one calendar month. Any request will be considered fully and if we are unable to comply, a full explanation will be provided.
Also contact us in writing if you wish us to update or delete your information. We will take the necessary reasonable steps to delete the relevant live data we hold.
We use your information only for the reasons we tell you when we collect it or as this policy outlines.
Exceptions are where:
We store your information:
We or our web service provider may compile and analyse statistical data we collect to improve our services, but we can’t personally identify you as the source of that data.
We will keep your personal data after we have finished advising or acting for you. We will do so for one of these reasons:
For further information see the Guidance from the UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) on individuals’ rights under the General Data Protection Regulation
Please contact us if you:
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