Confidentiality Agreement
Telsa Software Ltd

The Confidentiality Agreement Terms of Use (if applicable), set, out the basis on which you use this service and Site in conjunction with the other relevant governing terms and conditions of use.

Website Confidentiality Agreement

During your visit to this website and your use of the service through this Site, how the information that we receive regarding you and the services you request will be used and protected are subject to this ‘’Confidentiality Agreement’’. You hereby accept the conditions stipulated in this ‘’Confidentiality Agreement’’ when you visit this website and request to use the services we provide through this Site.

This Agreement is made between Telsa Software Ltd, a limited company registered in England Number 11496272 whose Head Office is registered at TELSA HOUSE, 90 STAFFORD ROAD, LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, SM6 9AY (“TSL”); and You or the Organisation that you represent.

The data collected within the computers of TSL are used by TSL only for human resources purposes as well as for periodical campaigns, configuration of special promotional activities based on customer profiles, and customer “categorization” efforts to prevent submission of spam e-mails. If the Customer/Applicant does not want to be notified of such promotions and notification e-mails, he/she can stop this activity by sending an e-mail to If necessary, personal data can also be used to contact with the user.

TSL may put links to other websites in its Website namely TSL does not hold any responsibility regarding privacy practices and contents of websites, which are accessed through these links. Unless otherwise mentioned herein and except the below limited situations, TSL shall not disclose the user data to any third party and company, with whom it does not collaborate. Such limited situations are:

a). Compliance with the requirements of Laws, Statutory Instruments, Regulations, etc. that have been enacted by competent legal authorities and are currently effective;
b). Fulfilment and performance of the requirements of agreements executed by and between TSL and its customers;
c). Requests of authorized administrative or judicial authorities for information about users in order to execute an investigation or proceedings;
d). These are the cases in which it is required to provide information to protect the rights and security of users.

TSL undertakes to keep personal information as private and confidential, to assume this as a liability to keep secret, and to take all necessary measures and to pay necessary care in order to keep and maintain confidentiality and prevent that all or any part of confidential information is made public or used in an unauthorized manner or disclosed to any third party except as per terms and conditions mentioned elsewhere. In case confidential information is damaged or received by third parties as a result of attacks made to the Website and the system despite of taking all necessary information security measures, TSL shall not be held liable.

1. How we define private information

Private information is information that:

  • relates to an identifiable legal or natural person
  • is not in the public domain or common knowledge
  • would cause them damage, harm or distress if the information were made public

A ‘legal person’ is a company or other organisation that has legal rights and duties. A ‘natural person’ is a member of the public. Where we use the term ‘individual’ in our publications it means both legal and natural persons, both living and dead.

Information that is lawfully in the public domain and readily available to the public does not automatically become confidential when it is used to produce a statistic.

2. How we ensure confidentiality

To ensure confidentiality, we will:

  • keep confidential information secure and only allow trained staff who have signed a declaration covering their obligations under the data privacy laws to use it
  • explain how we will protect confidentiality to our survey and census participants
  • ensure that our arrangements to protect confidentiality are sufficient to protect the privacy of individuals and organisations, but not so restrictive that they reduce the usefulness of our statistics
  • share confidential statistical data with other organisations for statistical purposes only – we will require these organisations to sign an agreement describing what purposes the data will be used for and how the organisation will protect any confidential information within the data, and we will also keep detailed records of how and when we have transferred data to the other organisation

use rounding of numbers wherever it is needed to make sure that our data does not reveal the identity of an individual, or any private information about them – we also use rounding to make our published data clearer

TSL may amend the provisions of this Privacy Policy unilaterally at any time by publishing such amendments on the Website. Such amended provisions of Privacy Policy shall become effective as of the date of their publication on the Website. This confidentiality agreement is an integral part of Terms of Use, published on the Website