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ARTICLE 19 may modify or revise these terms and conditions and any related policies at any time, and you agree to be bound by such modifications or revisions.
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Protecting your privacy
ARTICLE 19 is committed to protecting your privacy. We only collect data from you when you register to receive updates from us. We will use user data we collect from you only in accordance with the following guidelines:
- to provide updates to you
- to provide and improve our service to you, to notify you of any changes to our terms and conditions of us
- collection of personal data is subject to our Data Protection Policy.
Two of ARTICLE 19’s core values are Accountability and Integrity. We regard the lawful and correct treatment of personal information as crucial to upholding our values and to maintaining confidence between us and those with whom we carry out our work. We ensure that we treat personal information lawfully and correctly.
The ARTICLE 19 Data Security Policy outlines our undertakings with regard to compliance with data protection law and is designed to support:
- Compliance with data protection law and good practice
- Protection of privacy rights of supporters, beneficiaries, partners and staff
- Openness about how we handle confidential and personal data
- Management of risk
- Standards of good practice in accordance with our publicly stated principles.
Links to third party websites
Within this website we include links to third party advice that may be of use to our users. When using the site, you may gain access to other websites through use of links or hypertext. In using this site you agree that ARTICLE 19 is not responsible for the advice given by the third party organisations or for the content or operation of such third party websites.
ARTICLE 19, to the extent permissible by law, excludes all liability which may arise from your use or reliance on the information or contents contained in the linked site.
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Cookies can be used by web servers to identify and track users as they navigate different pages on a website and identify users returning to a website.
- to improve the website’s usability
- to analyse the use of the website
- to administer the website
- to improve the security of the website
We use Google Analytics Universal to analyse the use of our website. Our analytics service provider generates statistical and other information about website use by means of cookies.
Managing your cookie settings
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