No information provided by you (such as your company name, email, telephone number etc) will be shared with 3rd parties without prior consent.

(i) All public and private organisations are legally obliged to protect any personal information they hold. The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has produced a fact sheet to help businesses comply with the issues relating to unsolicited marketing, which is information that has been sent without being requested. It can take the form of telephone call, email, text message or fax. The guidance from the ICO is clear: emails of a marketing nature should only be sent where the individual as "opted in" to receive them, unless the individual's email address was obtained in the context of a commercial relationship. The Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2003 prohibit the sending of unsolicited marketing emails to individual subscribers without prior consent. The Information Commissioner's Office has published guidance for businesses on the subject. The Information Commissioner's Office has powers to take formal enforcement action against companies who flout the Regulations.

(ii) Whenever considering the mechanics of email marketing, Discount-Licensing strictly ensures that it complies fully with the Data Protection Act 1998, and The Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) Regulations 2003.