This policy (which is not applicable to our employees) was last updated on November 26, 2020.
ARC Continuum Limited (‘ARC’, ‘we’, ‘us’, and ‘our’) is committed to preserving your personal information and takes data protection extremely seriously.
The majority of the personal information we handle comes from law firms and individual attorneys in the course of our research and other commercial operations.
Additionally, we may collect personal information from third parties (other persons or organisations) or through publicly available sources.
Through our website, we do not gather special category (also known as sensitive) personal information.
We may be unable to provide you with the requested information or services if you decline to give us with your personal information, notwithstanding the fact that you are not required to do so.
Personal information (sometimes known as “personal data”) is any information that may be used to identify or locate an individual.
We gather the following types of personal information in the course of our research and other commercial activities:
We refer to the collection, use, protection, sharing, storage, and destruction of personal information as “processing.”
We gather the following personal data:
When you supply us with personal information, we may use it for any of the following purposes, or as specified at the time we acquire it from you (or as may be clear from the context of collection):
And for any other reasons for which personal information has been submitted to us, including any of the above-mentioned purposes.
We do not gather personally identifiable information with the purpose of selling it to third parties.
We rely on one or more of the following requirements for processing:
To safeguard personally identifiable information against loss, abuse, modification, or destruction, we have established generally known technological and operational security measures.
Only authorised individuals have access to personally identifiable information we have gathered, and these individuals have promised to keep this information secret.
Although we employ adequate security precautions after we have obtained your personal information, the transfer of data over the internet (including via e-mail) is never entirely safe.
We make every effort to safeguard personal information, but we cannot guarantee the security of information submitted to or from us.
We may share or disclose personal information to third parties (other organisations or people) for the following reasons:
We may also share or disclose personal information with third parties that process such data on our behalf and in line with our instructions (“data processors”). These consist of:
We have executed contracts with our data processors. This implies that they cannot do anything with personal information without our express permission. They will not disclose personal information to any entity other than us. They will hold it firmly and for the duration we specify.
These third-party service providers may employ subcontractors with access to personal information (sub-processors). Our policy is to engage only third-party service providers that are contractually obligated to maintain sufficient levels of security and confidentiality, to handle personal information only as instructed by us, and to impose the same requirements on their subprocessors.
Additionally, we may share personal information to third parties under the following conditions:
As needed by and/or in compliance with relevant law or regulation, we may also share your personal information to law enforcement and other third parties.
We shall not send your personal information outside of the United Kingdom or the European Economic Area.
We shall only preserve personal information for as long as we require it for the original purposes it was acquired or as required by law.
Where the law requires us to get consent before providing marketing materials, we will only supply marketing materials after receiving consent to do so.
By contacting us, anybody can object to receiving direct marketing from us at any time. Any emails or other electronic communications we send for direct marketing reasons will provide an option to unsubscribe. However, we may preserve sufficient information to identify people in order to comply with their requests.
You are entitled to certain rights about the personal information we maintain on you. Specifically, you are permitted to:
Please contact us if you would want to exercise these rights or determine if they apply to you.
We will not utilise your personal information for profiling or automated decision making.
We recognise the significance of safeguarding the privacy of minors, and we never intentionally collect personal information from anyone under 13 years old. We comply with all regulations governing marketing to children.
Our website may contain links to third-party websites that we do not control and that do not adhere to our privacy policies. When you click on a link to a third-party website, our privacy policies cease to apply. Before giving any personally identifiable information, you should evaluate the privacy policies of each third-party website.
If you have any concerns or complaints concerning the manner in which we treat your personal information, or if you would like to exercise one of your rights outlined above, please contact us through one of the following channels:
Postal Code: RH12 1PP ARC Continuum, 39 West Street, Horsham, West Sussex
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 0845 125 3758