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inthehotseat.co.uk protects users' privacy to the maximum extent possible.
inthehotseat.co.uk undertakes to use in good faith the information obtained from users of its website so that private information will not be distributed or sold to third parties, except with the consent of the user.
inthehotseat.co.uk can, in accordance with the law, collect certain information about users obtained during the use of the website (excluding computer information and that related to the internet service provider) and the data entered in the registration process.
inthehotseat.co.uk shall use this information and data only to have information about the users that use it and thus improve the portal and to further focus and adjust its contents. Data collection of this type is common, and it is used by many world-renowned web sites like MSN, Google, etc.
inthehotseat.co.uk undertakes not to use the collected private information, such as e-mail addresses, names, and surnames without users' permission or to sell or distribute them, except demographic data for a group of users without disclosing private information.
inthehotseat.co.uk undertakes to protect the privacy of the portal users, except in the case of serious violations of the rules of the inthehotseat.co.uk website or unlawful activities of users.
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To make this website function properly, to be able to make further developments to the site, and to improve your browsing experience, this site must save a small amount of information (cookies) on your computer.
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What types of cookies does inthehotseat.co.uk use and why?
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There are several external services which store limited cookies for users. These cookies are not placed by this website, but some are used for the normal functioning of certain features which allow users easier access to content. This website currently enables:
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