Privacy Policy

diyLAW Privacy Policy and Cookies Policy

Thank you for visiting (the “Website”) which is operated by diyLAW (“we”, “us” or “our”). For the purposes of European data protection laws, we are the controller and responsible for processing your personal data. We recognise the importance of and are committed to respecting and protecting your privacy.

This Privacy Policy applies to data collection and use including while you are visiting and using this Website. Please read this Privacy Policy carefully in order to understand our views and practices regarding your personal data and how we will treat it.

We evaluate our privacy policies and procedures to implement improvements from time to time. If we make material changes to this Privacy Policy, we will notify you via a prominent notice on this Website prior to the change becoming effective.


We may collect and process your personal data when you: (i) use the ‘Contact Us’ form on the Website; (ii) subscribe to our newsletter updates via the ‘diyLAW newsletter’ form on the Website; (iii) use the media and PR enquiries ‘Contact Us’ form on the Website; (iv) subscribe to receive newsletter updates via our ‘Project Heritage’ page; and (v) subscribe to receive newsletter updates via our ‘Perjured Process Reversal’ page. The personal data provided by you may include, for example, your name and email address.

In addition, we automatically collect basic technical information from all visitors to the Website. We collect technical information during your visit to the Website through our automatic data tracking code, which may include cookies and other commonly used technologies (e.g. web beacons). Please see the section on Cookies below for further information.


Depending on how you use the Website, we will process your personal data for the following purposes:

Purpose Legal Basis
To respond to your requests and enquiries. We have a legitimate interest to respond to your requests and enquiries for ongoing business administration.
To manage and maintain our relationship with you. We have a legitimate interest to properly manage and administer our relationship with you.
To improve the Website by helping us understand who uses the Website.
To share personal data with third parties that acquire or are interested in acquiring all or part of our assets or shares, or that succeeds us in carrying on our business.
To protect our legal rights and interests. To comply with our legal or regulatory obligations.

We may also use your personal data to tell you about services offered by us which we believe may interest you, unless you inform us you do not wish to receive marketing communications from us.

If applicable law requires that we receive your consent to send certain types of marketing communications, we will only send those types of marketing communications after receiving your consent. If you wish to stop receiving marketing communications from us, you can unsubscribe via the link in the relevant marketing email or use the contact details below.

Please note that you have a right to object to the processing of your personal data where that personal data is processed for our legitimate interests or for direct marketing.


We use selected third parties to provide us with services, all of whom may have access to personal data provided by you to us, for example, companies that provide us with technical support and assistance in respect of the Website and the sending out of newsletter updates.


Some of our selected third parties that provide us with services are located in the United States. If you are located outside of the United States, personal data you submit via our Website may be transferred to the United States. By providing us with your personal data, you consent to this transfer to the United States which your country may not consider to provide for adequate privacy protections. You may withdraw your consent at any time. The withdrawal of consent shall not affect the lawfulness of processing based on consent before its withdrawal.


If certain requirements are fulfilled, you have the right to:

  • request access to personal data we hold about you;

  • the correction of your personal data when incorrect, out of date or incomplete;

  • request that we erase your personal data;

  • request that we restrict the processing of your personal data – i.e., we would need to secure and retain the personal data for your benefit but not otherwise use it;

  • withdraw your consent at any time;

  • opt-out of any marketing communications that we may send you and object to us using/ holding your personal data if we have no legitimate reason to do so; and

  • the portability of personal data – i.e., ask for a copy of your personal data to be provided to you, or to a third party.

You also have the right to make a complaint to your data protection authority.


We retain personal data for as long as it is necessary and relevant to our business. The criteria used to determine the retention periods include: (i) how long the personal data is needed to provide the services and operate the business; (ii) the type of personal data collected; and (iii) whether we are subject to a legal, contractual or similar obligation to retain the personal data (e.g., government orders to preserve personal data relevant to an investigation, or information that must be retained for the purposes of litigation or disputes).


Cookies are small text files that may be stored on computer hard drives by websites that you visit. They are used to help visitors navigate websites efficiently as well as to provide information to the owner of the website. To find out more about cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set and how to manage and delete them, please visit

We use cookies provided by Google Analytics to help us measure how visitors use the Website. The information collected is used for a variety of purposes, including, but not limited to, site traffic reporting, unique visitor counts and content optimization. Although Google Analytics logs the information coming from the Website on our behalf, we control how the data may and may not be used. If you do not want to help us learn how to improve the Website, you can opt-out of this website analysis tool by clicking:

Web browsers often allow you to erase existing cookies from your hard drive, block the use of cookies and/or be notified when cookies are encountered. If you elect to block cookies, please note that you may not be able to take full advantage of the features and functions of the Website.


The Website may, from time to time, contain links to external sites operated by third parties. We are not responsible for these third party sites or the content of such third party sites. Once you have left the Website, we cannot be responsible for the protection and privacy of any information which you provide. You should exercise caution and look at the privacy policy for the website you visit.


If you have any questions in relation to this Privacy Policy or our use of your personal data, or you would like to exercise your data subject rights, please contact us via email at

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