Thames Valley Collaborative Lawyers privacy statement describes the information we collect from clients and visitors to this site and explains how it is used. Please be assured that we will protect the privacy of the user and ensure that any data is not misused in any way or passed on to any third party.
Information Collection & Usage
The information we may collect is comprised mainly of anonymous data. This is gathered from users to the site and is compiled using an analytical tool. The statistical information gleaned is compiled of IP address, duration of visit, which pages were looked at and for how long etc. The information is used by Thames Valley Collaborative Lawyers to analyse the effectiveness of its website and to make subsequent improvements.
Personally identifiable information is collected from users who use the online contact form or who subscribe to any other news feeds, blogs or special offers which may be included on the site. Specifically, this may include name, user name, address, telephone number and email address. This information is treated as strictly confidential and will not be passed to any third party unless permission is given, or in legal circumstances.
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Thames Valley Collaborative Lawyers uses traffic log cookies purely for analytical purposes, as described above, and essentially track which pages have been visited so we can improve our website. Cookies in no way give us access to your computer or any information about you, other than the data you choose to share with us.
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