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- not to use this website in such a way that disrupts, interferes with or restricts the use of this website by other users;
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This website is operated by Cambridge University Press, which is a Syndicate of the University of Cambridge. Our principal place of business is at the University Printing House, Shaftesbury Road, Cambridge, CB2 8BS.
Cambridge University Press, the University of Cambridge and its associated companies will use the information we collect from you in accordance with this policy. A list of our associated companies is available on request.
Your privacy is important to us. We want to make sure that when we collect information from you we do so in a way that does not infringe your privacy. Our policy explains how we do this.
By registering or placing an order on this site, you consent to the collection, use and transfer of your information under the terms of this policy.
Collection of information
We may collect names, email and postal addresses, telephone numbers, professions, purchase and mailing history from you if you order from us or complete an online form (for instance to join our email services).
Use of information
Your information will enable us to provide you with access to our website and to carry out administration, statistical analysis and market research. If you have requested any goods or services then we will use your information to supply the goods or services, to bill you and to contact you where necessary concerning your order.
Where you have consented, we may contact you on occasion by post, telephone, fax and email about products and services we think might be of interest to you. If you decide in the future that do not want to receive such information, please email email@example.com.
Where you have consented, we may make your details available to other reputable organisations whose product or services we think might be of interest to you. If you decide in the future that you do not want us to make your information available in this way please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We may transfer your personal details to other regions in which we have offices throughout the world, namely Europe, the Middle East and Africa; the Americas; and Asia-Pacific. You should be aware that some of our branches are in countries which do not have data protection laws. If you do not want us to make the information available in this way email email@example.com.
We may disclose your information to our agents and service providers for the purposes set out above.
All personal information received from you is subject to processing centrally in the Europe branch of Cambridge University Press, England. We will retain your information for a reasonable period or as long as the law requires.
Accessing and updating
You are entitled to see the information held about you and you may ask us to make any necessary changes to ensure that it is accurate and kept up to date. If you wish to do this, please contact us using the details on the right. We are entitled by law to charge a fee of £10 to meet our costs in providing you with details of the information we hold about you.
If you have any requests in relation to the use we make of your information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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