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Data Protection Act 1998 (the Act)

The information on this form may also be used to verify identity. That information will be held securely on our systems. It will only be passed to other group companies of ours and our and their trading partners for use exclusively in connection with the provision of serviced and/or virtual offices and related services. It will not be passed to any other party without your express permission, unless we are required to do so by law or regulation.

We will store the information and our verification thereof in accordance with relevant legislation after which it will be destroyed. The Act confers rights of access to certain information we hold. Details are available on request.

In addition this information may be used for the prevention or detection of offences for fraud prevention purposes. We may share any information we collect with the Police to assist with investigations and/or enquiries as well as other public or private sector agencies or representative bodies complying with legislation and in accordance with relevant statutory and regulatory obligations.

Information may also be shared with the Business Centre Association and their members. Information shared in this way will not be used for marketing purposes.

 

Internet Fair Use Policy

The Provider: Eastway Enterprise Centre Ltd, 7 Paynes Park, Hitchin, Hertfordshire, SG5 1EH.

The Client: the company or person authorised by the Provider to use its system and facilities to access the internet.

The Client acknowledges that it is responsible for all its use of the internet services provided by the Provider, whether accessed by the Client, its employees or other users authorised by the Client.

The Client acknowledges that it is responsible for all actions of its employees during the course of their employment and that this can include accidental or intentional misconduct. The Client agrees to take responsibility for all internet usage by its employees and authorised users, to monitor such usage and to ensure that the content of this policy are brought to the attention of all of its employees and authorised users.

General Conditions:
– Use of the Provider’s internet services must at all times comply with the law.
– Users must at all times respect the privacy of other organisations, both on site and on the Internet. This includes data accidentally or passively obtained.
– Users must not use the Provider’s internet services to harass, defame, libel, slander, intimidate, impersonate or otherwise abuse another person.
– Users must not use the Provider’s internet services for the creation, collection, storage, downloading or displaying of any offensive, obscene, indecent or menacing images, data or material capable of being resolved into such. (There may be certain legitimate exceptions for academic purposes which would require the fullest disclosure and special prior authorisations).
– Users must not use the Provider’s internet services to disseminate mass (unsolicited) mailings.
– Users must not consume excessive bandwidth to the detriment of others.

Users of Business Centre facilities and services must not create, send, store, upload, access, use, solicit, publish or links to:
– Defamatory material or material that makes misrepresentations or could otherwise be construed as misleading.
– Material that infringes the intellectual property (including copyright) of another person or organisation.
– Malicious software such as viruses, worms or address-harvesting software.
– Electronic materials must never be forwarded without the express or implied permission of the material’s creator.

The list of unacceptable activities in this section is not exhaustive. The purpose is to bring as clearly as possible to the reader’s attention those activities most commonly associated with the abuse and potentially unlawful use of a network.

The Client shall be responsible for ensuring that all users of the internet services shall be aware of this Policy. The Client shall further be responsible for ensuring that these regulations are complied with at all times, and shall indemnify the Provider against liability, whether civil or criminal, for any violation by such users as the Client shall permit to use the internet services supplied to the Client.

Consequences of non-compliance:
– The Provider reserves the right to block or filter any network traffic that potentially breaches this policy or is potentially illegal.
– Clients may have their internet services suspended immediately where there is a suspected breach of this policy.

The Provider reserves the right to modify or make additions to this Policy at any time, and these variations shall be effective upon publication of a revised Fair Use Policy. The decision of the Provider in respect of any matter under the provisions contained within this Policy shall be final. The Provider subscribes to and shall abide by the advice given by the independent industry body The Internet Watch Foundation (“IWF”) in relation to the content of the Internet. For further information regarding IWF and its policy please refer to http://www.internetwatch.org.uk.

The Client is to evaluate the level of security supplied by the Provider and then establish a practical level of security required by the Client for any permanent connection made to the Internet in the knowledge that the Provider cannot be held liable for any external breaches of security and that it is impossible for the Provider to guarantee 100% security.

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