Uclue is a rapidly evolving service operated by Uclue Ltd. We (Uclue Ltd) aim to collect sufficient information to run the service smoothly and efficiently in foreseen circumstances, and to be able to continue to operate the service in circumstances that are unforeseen.
What we emphatically do NOT do is to use data about you to make ill-gotten gains at your expense. So, for example, we won't sell data about you to anyone for the purpose of spamming you.
We may store any information entered into the website by a user of the website, or supplied to us by those with whom we do business.
We may supply information to those with whom we do business, but only for purposes in connection with the operation of the service.
We may supply information in response to a court order, or upon demand of the government when we believe that the government is legitimately entitled to make such a demand. For example, the taxation authorities are entitled to see certain information.
We may supply information at our discretion when we sincerely believe it is in the best interests of the data subject, or in the best interests of society as a whole, for us to do so. For example, we may supply information if we believe it might help avert a crime or prevent a suicide.
We may share aggregated non-personal information (such as service statistics) with anyone.
Our website sends cookies to your browser, for example to help the login/logout process work smoothly. You are free to set your web browser to accept or reject these cookies.
Our website may load advertisements, scripts or content from other sites. We currently (May 2015) use Google and Google-certified ad networks, but this may change without notice.
We use the webserver logs for business purposes including combating spam and producing business statistics.
Our webserver and database are currently (May 2009) in the United States, but this may change without notice. We may send information to, or process it in, other countries.
Please use the "Contact Us" link for Uclue Ltd. Most enquiries are dealt with in a day or two, but please allow a few weeks in exceptional circumstances.
Last modified: Fri 8 May 2015 - 9:17 pm UTC