This disclaimer applies to all and any emails sent from The Maggie Oliver Foundation.
Registered office: 7 St. Petersgate, Stockport, Greater Manchester, SK1 1EB
The Maggie Oliver Foundation is a Charity registered in England and Wales: Company Number 1185267.
Any views expressed by the sender of any email are not necessarily those of The Maggie Oliver Foundation.
The Maggie Oliver Foundation employees, trustees and volunteers are expressly requested, amongst other things, not to make any defamatory, threatening or obscene statements and not to infringe any legal right (including any infringement of copyright) by email communication. Any such communication is contrary to The Maggie Oliver Foundation’s Acceptable use of IT Systemspolicy and outside the scope of the employment of the individual concerned.
The Maggie Oliver Foundation will not accept any liability in respect of such a communication, and the employee responsible will be personally liable for any damages or other liabilities arising.
This email and any files transmitted with it are confidential, may be legally privileged and intended solely for the use of the individual or entity to whom they are addressed. If this has come to you in error, you must not copy, distribute, disclose or use any of the information it contains. Please notify the sender immediately and delete them from your system.
Please be aware that communication by email, by its very nature, is not 100% secure and by communicating with The Maggie Oliver Foundation or any of its organisations by email, you consent to us monitoring and reading any such correspondence.
Although this email message has been swept for the presence of computer viruses, the sender accepts no liability for any damage sustained as a result of a computer virus and the recipient must ensure that the email is virus free.
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THE GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION – DISCLAIMER
We’ve spent a lot of time reviewing our responsibilities under GDPR and like to think we’ve been thoughtful about its intent and meaning. But the application of GDPR is highly fact-specific, and not all aspects and interpretations of GDPR are well-settled.
For specific policies and disclaimers on the GDPR please click here.
PLEASE RESPECT AND ADHERE TO OUR DATA PROTECTION PROCEDURES IN RELATION TO THIS EMAIL MESSAGE
The recipient is reminded that they are required to take all reasonable steps to protect against any unauthorised or unlawful processing of Personal / Sensitive Data but also against any form of accidental loss, or destruction of, or damage to, personal data that might cause harm as a result from the unauthorised or unlawful processing or accidental occurring following any loss, sharing or disclosing of the information contained with the email below.
Please contact a member of the GDPR team before disclosing any form of sensitive or personal data of any kind to any third party in the absence of authority to do so.
THINK BEFORE PRINTING
We realise that a large number of emails are printed out. If an emails have been forwarded or replied to several times, the disclaimers alone can run to several sheets of paper. In order to reduce the environmental impact of this by reducing paper consumption, The Maggie Oliver Foundation has just one line disclaimer on our outgoing emails linking to the disclaimer above.