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DATA PROTECTION POLICY

Except as set out below, the Hereditary Peerage Association (HPA) retains no data or information on its members which is not available in the public domain through such publications as Debretts, Burke's Peerage and Dod's Parliamentary Companion, or available online through such sites as Wikipedia.

The HPA holds no personal financial information on its members and no details of credit cards, bank accounts etc.

The HPA does however retain records of members' mailing addresses (which may or may not be in the public domain) and email addresses. It is not the policy of the HPA to disclose such information to third parties nor to assist advertisers to contact members directly by either means. The HPA may however permit advertising by approved advertisers to appear in pages on this website from time to time.

 

Amended 29.08.2018