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Privacy Policy


 The Law Objective is a platform that values your privacy. This privacy policy explains how TLO handles its online information practices and its application to our website

By doing this, we hope to share how TLO obtains, discloses and uses your personal information as well as explaining the rights and choices individuals have. 

The data that we collect and how we use it

​ The Law Objective collects your personal data when you visit this site. This Personal data is the information that is collected by the website in either a direct or indirect manner to identify you. This may include your name and email address or other information about you. These data are primarily collected when you subscribe to our updates, contacting us through our online form, signing up to our mailing list or providing us with your contact information.

The personal information that we collect includes but not limited to:

  • Personal data that we collect when you subscribe to our services, such as name and email address for contact purposes.

  • Personal data that we collect digitally and automatically through the use of cookies, IP address and URL.

Social Network

If you opt to connect to our platform through Linkedln, Instagram, Twitter or other social media networks (If the third party networks have given permission to use), we may collect your Personal Information from your username, name and email address. Otherwise copyright permission need to be obtained for individual post. Moreover, our site offers traits that will enable you to share information from our platform to any Social Network or share information from any of our Social Network sites. If you opt to use such features, they may allow the collection and sharing of information to and from such Social Network, so it is recommended that you check the privacy policy of each Social Network beforehand.

Rights of EEA Residents


This segment of the Privacy Policy is applicable to the residents of the European Union including the European Economic Area (EEA).This also applies to residents of Switzerland and, residents of the United Kingdom when departing from the European Union. 


All processing of Personal Information of EEA Residents will comply with the General Data Protection Regulation Act of the European Parliament regarding the rights and the protection of individuals regarding the use of Personal Information and on the free movement of any data.

The Retention and Security of your online data

We take reasonable steps in order to protect your Online Data, against loss caused accidentally, unauthorised access, inappropriate use and disclosure. However, we cannot provide any form of guarantee that the actions we have taken are sufficient enough to protect the information.

All your Online Data will be retained for a certain duration that will be necessary in order to execute the purposes that are outlined in this privacy policy. These information will be retained in compliance with the law.

Changes to this privacy policy

The Law Objective may update this Privacy Policy in order to reflect modifications to our data practices. If in the future we intend to make any changes, this will be stated clearly in the privacy policy in the future.

Contact Us

If you have any questions or complaints about our content, or even concerns about this privacy policy, please contact us on one of our online forms or email us on



27 October 2020: original Privacy Policy released.

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