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Cookie Policy


Our cookie policy for the Data Breach Lawyers website.

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The Data Breach Lawyers (www.databreachlawyers.co.uk) will not collect any personally identifiable information about you (name, address, telephone number, e-mail address) unless you provide it to us voluntarily via our sign-up forms. If you do not want your personal information collected, please do not submit it via any of our sign-up forms. Any data supplied by you will be kept secure and not passed on to any third-party.

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