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The Right to be Informed


Every time we seek to collect information from you, we must inform you why we need to process your personal information, including how we propose to use it, who we intend to share it with and the safeguards we have put in place.  If we receive information about you from someone else, we will usually tell you before we use or share your personal information unless we are aware you already have this information or, where the law says this is not necessary, such as where this would be prejudicial to ongoing law enforcement/criminal investigations.
 
We meet these obligations in various ways depending on how you come into contact with us, including directing you to our privacy notices viewable on our web site.
 
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