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CUSTOMERS FOR DATA AND/OR SERVICES We make every effort to ensure reliability and accuracy in our work, whether in our products, services or reports or in material placed on our website www.acadata.co.uk, but cannot guarantee our results as to timing or accuracy. The results and opinions provided in our products, services and reports and the facts, calculations and data upon which they are based are believed to be correct at the time of publication. However, Acadata cannot accept any liability whatsoever for actions taken based upon any information that may subsequently prove to be incorrect. Users must satisfy themselves that our work is fit for their purpose. The information may be copied provided that you acknowledge its source, do not alter the context or otherwise mislead with the use made. The information may not be sold to any third party without our prior agreement.
Customers for our AcaData Housing Market Library are buying a licence to use the data valid during the period in which our charges are being paid. Customers may freely publish the results of analyses using the data specifying AcaData and Housing Market Library as the source of the data and Land Registry for England & Wales data and RoS for Scottish data. You are subject to the terms which we have agreed with these organisations. Should these terms require change, Acadata reserves the right to make appropriate changes to its terms with you and, if necessary, to cancel its agreement with you and refund your payment for data which you have not yet received, without further compensation. Neither our House Price Indices (LSL Acadata E&W HPI; Your Move Acadata Scotland HPI; Acadata Wales HPI) nor our AcaData Housing Market Library, nor our other housing market data howsoever described, are to be used for valuation of mortgage portfolios or other activity under regulatory approval. For any such use, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. All rights are reserved.
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STORAGE OF DATA We pursue the highest standards for the storage and protection of data. Currently, we use a third-party based in Switzerland for cloud storage. This party handles data under Swiss privacy laws that provide stronger protection than similar laws in the USA. The datacentres are currently located within the European Union. Principle No 8 of the Data Protection Act requires that personal data shall not be transferred to a country or territory outside the European Economic Area, unless the country or territory to which the data are to be transferred provides an adequate level of protection for personal data. The Commission has made positive findings of adequacy in relation to Switzerland.
We advise clients that data provided to us may, at our discretion, be stored in encrypted form in the secure backup facility that we have chosen, on servers within the EU or in Switzerland.
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