1. Use of Site
2. Collection and use of personal data
We require that you provide us with certain personal data so that we can contact you and provide services to you. We may also use your personal data to carry out, monitor and analyse our activites and to comply with any applicable laws or regulations.
3. Disclosure of data
We may disclose personal data to any of the following:
(b) third parties in order to process any credit card and or other payments that you may make in respect of our services;
(c) publishers where you have agreed to receive publications or other products or services from such publishers;
(d) any person to whom we have transferred any of our rights or duties under any agreement we may have with you or to any person who acquires an interest in our activites or acquires any or all of our assets or who is deemed to be our successor or transferee; and
(e) anyone you authorise us to give your personal data to.
We may also disclose any personal data if we are required to, requested by or permitted to do so by a court of law, by any governmental or law enforcement agency, including the police, or in connection with legal proceedings or where required by our website internet service provider. We may also disclose any personal data if we determine it is necessary or desirable to comply with any law or to protect or defend our rights or property.
4. Your rights
You have certain rights under applicable data protection legislation which includes the right for you to receive a copy of the personal data we hold about you. We may charge you a fee for this. For a copy of your personal data please write to us at Society of International Economic Law, c/o Law Department, London School of Economics, Houghton St, London WC2A 2AE, United Kingdom. If you have any queries relating to our use of your personal data please contact us via email at email@example.com.
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7. Data Transfers
You consent to us disclosing your personal data to third parties in the United States of America in order to process credit card and other payments that you may make in respect of our services and to our website internet service provider in the United States of America in connection with their supply to us of database management services and internet services.. You should be aware that the data protection laws in the United States of America may not provide equivalent protection to data protection laws in the European Union.