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blackhorse-baston.co.uk undertakes to use in good faith the information obtained from users of its website, so that private information will not be distributed or sold to third parties, except with the consent of a user.
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blackhorse-baston.co.uk undertakes not to use the collected private information, such as e-mail addresses, names and surnames without users' permission or to sell or distribute them, except demographic data for a group of users without disclosing private information.
blackhorse-baston.co.uk undertakes to protect the privacy of the portal users, except in the case of serious violations of the rules of blackhorse-baston.co.uk website or unlawful activities of users.
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