Protégé takes the privacy of all its users and customers very seriously, and exercises considerable care in the use and administration of customer and user information. This Privacy Statement outlines how your personal information is used and administered and forms part of the Terms and Conditions of this site. We may from time to time amend our Privacy Statement. You should periodically visit this page of the site to review this Privacy Statement.

These Terms of Use must be read in conjunction with the Protégé Legal Notice – which is hereby incorporated into these Terms of Use. By accessing this site, you signify your assent to our Privacy Policy. If you do not agree to our Privacy Policy, please leave this site. EXIT SITE

This policy does not apply to the practices of companies that Protégé does not own or control, or to people that Protégé does not employ or manage. The Protégé site does not automatically capture or store personal information other than logging the user's IP address and session information such as the duration of the visit and the type of browser used. This is recognised by the web server and is only used for system administration and to provide statistics which Protégé use to evaluate the site. By accessing this site you also agree to the use of cookies which we use to assess the website's performance and make decisions about its content and layout to deliver a better user experience. You may be asked for personal information if you want specific information relating to the services Protégé offers which is not, for legal reasons, detailed on the site.

In such circumstances Protégé shall only use the information you provide to deliver the information or services you have requested. In the event that Protégé or its business and assets are sold, Protégé reserves the right to transfer all information collected through this site to the third party purchaser. In such circumstances Protégé shall take such steps as it deems necessary to ensure that the transferee treats the information transferred in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.

Terms defined:Browser – A software package that allows computers to read web pages.Cookie – Message transmitted to a browser or web server. The message is then stored by the browser as a text file referred to as a cookie.txt. This file is accessed each time the browser requests a page and it is used to identify the user and personalize web pages each time a page is visited.IP (Internet Protocol) – This is the technical standard that allows data to be transmitted between devices connected to the Internet and for that data to be understood.IP address – The numerical address of each internet user.