Privacy Policy

Privacy Laws & Business is committed to maintaining your privacy and protecting your information when you visit this site. This Privacy Policy explains how we use and protect your information. The Policy relates only to this Privacy Laws & Business website.

The information we collect

You can access the homepage of the Privacy Laws & Business website and browse the site without providing any personal information.

Privacy Laws & Business collects information from users in a number of different ways, both directly and indirectly. Users' IP (Internet Protocol) addresses are automatically logged by our web server. This information is used by Privacy Laws & Business for statistical analysis, for example, to evaluate interest in the Privacy Laws & Business website. We gather general information about the use of our website, such as which areas users visit most frequently and which services users access the most.

Privacy Laws & Business collects email addresses and other contact details which visitors voluntarily provide in order to receive information such as the E-News updates or to register for a conference. The information we collect is used for the following purposes:

  • To identify registered users and administer user accounts;
  • To fulfil orders where appropriate;
  • To collate statistical information about the use of the Privacy Laws & Business website;
  • To develop and improve the services offered by Privacy Laws & Business;
  • To contact you with information about Privacy Laws & Business’ services, unless you have indicated that you do not want to be contacted.

User Name and Password

We ask you to choose a user name and password when you register on the website. It is your responsibility to protect your password and prevent others from accessing or discovering it. Once you have registered, Privacy Laws & Business will send you an email with instructions on how to activate your account. You will need to activate your account before you can log in.

For security reasons, we ask that you change your password every 6 months. If you forget your password we will send a reminder to your registered email address. We will use your secret question as an additional security check.


Cookies are small text files sent by a website and stored by your browser on your computer's hard drive. Privacy Laws & Business uses cookies to identify registered users when they log on and also to track users as they use the website. The main purpose of cookies is to streamline your use of this website. You can set your browser to reject cookies or to notify you when a cookie is set. If you choose to reject all cookies, certain parts of this site may not function properly. For example, you may have to enter your registration details on every page that you wish to access and this could restrict your ability to use the site.

Provider & Name Purpose More Information
Google Analytics

Used by Google Analytics to track the sites users. This data is sent to google which then has reports that the site user can access about user's browsing habits. Helpful non-intrusive cookie.



Used by Youtube to estimate the amount of bandwidth for each video played on the network.
Microsoft Server Side Session Cookie

Session cookie for the user registration application. Necessary for the provision of this service.

Used by the site’s search function to save the current tab the user is on

Sharing data with external parties

Privacy Laws & Business does not rent or sell your details to third parties.

There may be times where it is necessary to share your details with other organisations for specific purposes. For example, we may share some of your information with a venue hosting one of our events to inform them of your dietary requirements. In this instance, we would make it clear that the event is being held at a hotel or conference centre, for example, before asking you to submit your information. We may also disclose your personal information to our service providers as required for the provision of our services.

Your personal information may be transferred to another company or organisation which takes over the business activities of Privacy Laws & Business. You will be notified in the event that such a transfer takes place.

Privacy Laws & Business will not disclose your personal information in any other circumstances unless we have your consent or we believe this is required by law.


Privacy Laws & Business is committed to protecting the security of your personal information and has taken measures to ensure an adequate level of security for personal information processed via our website.

If you choose to pay by credit card via the website, your details are protected by Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption and Privacy Laws & Business does not collect nor store your credit card details.


The website contains links to other sites which are completely unrelated to Privacy Laws & Business. This privacy statement does not apply to these sites nor are we responsible for the content and practices of these websites.


If we decide to update this privacy policy, the changes will be posted here.

Your rights

When you register on the site you are given the choice about whether or not you wish to receive communications from Privacy Laws & Business. You can change your communication preferences at any time by logging in and going to Account Details in My Account Profile. 

You have the right to access the information held about you by Privacy Laws & Business and, where necessary, to have it amended if it is inaccurate.

To exercise your rights or to obtain more information, please contact:

The Data Protection Officer
Privacy Laws & Business

2nd Floor
Monument House
215 Marsh Road
Pinner, Middx HA5 5NE
United Kingdom

Tel: 020 8868 9200 (UK)
+(44) 20 8868 9200 (Int.)



Privacy Laws & Business makes every effort to ensure that the information provided on its website is accurate. However, Privacy Laws & Business cannot guarantee this, and accepts no liability for any information or advice given via its website.

The information on this website does not constitute legal advice. Those seeking data protection advice should contact the offices of Privacy Laws & Business.

This site is protected by copyright. If you have any questions, please contact us.

For information about the way Privacy Laws & Business obtains and uses your personal data, please refer to our privacy policy above.