Privacy and Cookie Policy

This privacy policy is reviewed and revised from time to time. You may wish to revisit it regularly. Your use of this site and/or your registration for any of our products or services constitutes an acceptance of this privacy policy.

This site does not collect or store data from you with the purpose of selling or renting the data. We collect no more data about each visitor than most other websites.

Comments, trackbacks, pingbacks and forms submitted here will be identified by your IP address. It’s sometimes possible to use these numbers to trace/identify someone or the ISP or employer / educational institution the IP address is registered to. Your IP address could potentially be used in conjunction with other data to identify you. If this is a concern please use an anonymous browsing service (see http://tor.eff.org).

Browsing this site doesn’t reveal your identity publicly.

Some of the facilities on this site are usable only if you have cookies enabled. Some advertising networks like Google also store cookies. You may wish to clear these cookies and the browser cache if you wish to refrain from revealing any identifying information, especially if you are using a public or shared computer. Most browsers offer a facility to block cookies, however blocking cookes with have a negative impact on site usability for most sites on the internet.

Any time you visit a page on the internet, you send quite a bit of information to the server. The web servers that host this site maintain access logs with the information that you send. These servers are owned by third parties and this information is used to provide site statistics and to get an idea of popular pages and what sites link here. We do not intend to use these logs to identify legitimate users. The data logged may be used by us to solve technical problems with the site and, in cases of abuse of this site, to investigate the abuse.

Again, if you are concerned about attempts to match your IP address to your identity, you may wish to use an anonymous browsing service or attempt some means to obfuscate your real IP address.

In general, it is not our practice to disclose personal information to third parties. We may share personal information we collect in the following circumstances:

* As required by law, such as in response to a valid request from law enforcement.
* To designated third parties to resolve or investigate abuse complaints or to enhance, add or maintain functionality of this site
* When the information is related to spiders or bots, usually when investigating technical issues.
* For abusive users, we may release information to assist in attempting to block the abusive user or to complain to that user’s Internet Service Provider.
* If necessary to defend legal claims against us by third parties.
* When we deem it necessary to protect the property or rights of the user community, or this website.

You are required to give your email address when you post a comment or contact us. WE HAVE A STRICT NO SPAM POLICY. We will not supply your personal information to any third party for the purpose of their or any other third party’s direct marketing.

When posting a comment or requested a product/service from us, a name and email address are required prior to us being able to make electronic delivery. To perform this service we use a third party, MailChimp, a reputable SaaS and mailing service provider who hold those details on our behalf but who do not share them with any other parties.

We will not sell information collected via this site, such as your email address, to third parties. We may use your personal information to personalise our site for you, run admin tasks on our site/s, send you goods/electronic goods you’ve requested/ordered, supply services you’ve requested/ordered, send you invoices, statements and payment reminders, send you our newsletter which you can unsubscribe from at any point, send you marketing communications relating to our business or that of carefully selected third parties, provide third parties with statistical information about our users (but without disclosing your identity and without intending for third parties to identify any individual).

If you are concerned, you may wish to get a free email account or attempt to use a remail service.

If you submit personal information for publication we will publish that only in accordance with the licence you give us.

We implement reasonable security measures to protect against unauthorized access to or interception of personal information that we store or control. However, no site can fully eliminate security risks and we make no guarantee that the information that you provide us cannot be unlawfully intercepted / accessed. Please notify us if any such security breach occurs. Information we collect may be transferred to countries which do not have data protection laws equivalent to that of the UK or European Economic Area e.g. the United States of America.

Added: Google, as a third party vendor, uses cookies to serve ads on your site. Google’s use of the DART cookie enables it to serve ads to your users based on their visit to your sites and other sites on the Internet. Users may opt out of the use of the DART cookie by visiting the Google ad and content network privacy policy (google.com/privacy_ads.html.

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