As you may know, the Articles of Association of the Chamber are being updated to reflect current practice. I have been asked to remind all members that membership of all categories requires, in effect, members to pay up to the maximum amount of five pounds Sterling towards the costs involved in winding up the Chamber in the event that that unlikely event was to occur while you are a member or within a year thereafter.
Community Standards Policy
The Egyptian-British Chamber of Commerce (‘Chamber’) recognises how important it is for members of our online community to communicate with one another, and we take seriously our role in keeping abuse off our service. That is why we have developed a set of Community Standards that outline what is and is not allowed on our Trade Accelerator platform.
The Community Standards Policy outlined below ensures the following:
- We want to make sure the content people are seeing on Trade Accelerator is authentic.
- We are committed to making Trade Accelerator a safe place.
- We are committed to protecting personal privacy and information
1. General Rules of Use
1.1. This platform is intended for business content only, therefore comments of a personal, political, and religious nature are to be excluded.
1.2. Each user can report other users, posts, and comments in accordance with the itemised Community Standard guidelines below. Platform administrators reserve the full right to remove posts that have been reported by users.
1.3 Platform administrators reserve the full right to remove any posting they deem inappropriate without stating the reason.
1.4. The language used on the platform is English only.
2.1. General Content Guidelines
You are required to abide by the General Rules of Use, and you cannot post any of the following content on our Trade Accelerator:
2.1.1. Content that Incites or Promotes Violence or Criminal Behaviour, such as:
- Violence & Incitement
- Dangerous individuals and organisations
- Coordinating harm and publicising crime
- Regulated goods
- Fraud, deception and other criminal or unlawful behaviour
2.1.2. Content that is deemed a Safety Risk, such as:
- Suicide and self-injury
- Child nudity and sexual exploitation of children
- Sexual exploitation of adults
- Bullying and harassment
- Human exploitation
- Privacy breaches and image privacy rights
2.1.3. Objectionable Content, such as:
- Blasphemy and general comments of a religious nature
- Comments of a political nature
- Defamation, libel and slander
- Hate speech and discrimination
- Violent and graphic content
- Adult nudity and sexual activity
- Sexual solicitation
- Cruel and insensitive
2.1.4. Content that Damages Integrity or Disinformation, such as:
- Inauthentic behaviour
- Fake news and theories
- Manipulated media
2.2. Content Guidelines for ‘Market Opportunities’
2.2.1. Do not post financial opportunities and/or opportunities that involve securities.
2.2.2. The subject of any stated opportunity must not infringe any third-party rights or copyright.
2.2.3. All parties are responsible for their own investigations of the opportunity and any due diligence or verification they consider appropriate.
The Egyptian-British Chamber of Commerce is registered at:
1 Burwood Place, London W2 2UT, United Kingdom
Company Number: 01561635
VAT Number: 301661640
Private Company Limited by guarantee, registered in England
We are committed to respecting your privacy and rights with respect to data protection.
We comply with UK law and regulations.
We may collect certain information such as basic identification and/or contact information on our servers with the purpose to communicate with you in connection with newsletters, event invitations, statistics & reports, and (where applicable) membership matters, as well as to improve your visiting experience to our website. This information is used in a collective way and it is also used to fulfil services to which you have signed up.
We will not disclose personal information to third parties, or make any use of it, without your explicit consent unless we are required to do so by statute or by an authorised body in the course and for the purpose of an investigation or prevention of crime. Your explicit consent to the holding and use of your personal data is the basis upon which we act. We hold such information indefinitely, subject as provided below:
You have the following rights at all times with respect to your personal data held by the Chamber (“Data”)
The right to access the Data
The right to require the deletion of the Data
The right to object to the processing of the Data
The right to portability of the Data
The right to withdraw your consent to the holding and usage of the Data
The right to submit a complaint to the Information Commissioner’s Office with respect to the holding and usage of the Data.
You are not obliged to provide any personal data to the Chamber. If you do not provide personal information when requested to do so, you will not have access to some of the services provided by the Chamber.
The data controller is the Egyptian-British Chamber of Commerce (registered in England and Wales under number 1561635 with registered address 1 Burwood Place, London W2 2UT, United Kingdom). The data protection officer for the Chamber is Javed Hasan.
We take no responsibility for information unlawfully available to hackers and snoopers.
Feel free to contact us with your comments on our policy.
The Chamber shall maintain and publish a General Data Protection Policy, which shall be reviewed at the same time as this Policy.