What Information Is Collected?
Our web site does not collect information that could identify you personally unless you choose to provide it.The only time this occurs is when you subscribe to our newsletter. We only store your name and email address and cannot link this to any other information. As soon as you unsubscribe, your name and email address is automatically deleted from our database.
How We Use Your Information
When you supply your email address by subscribing to our newsletter, our server automatically stores that address. It is used only to send our newsletter. It is not sold, rented, loaned or otherwise disclosed to anyone. You may remove your email address by unsubscribing or by contacting us as described below.
The Anonymous /non-personal information we gather is used for technical analysis and to gauge the popularity of different sections of our site.
How We Safeguard Your Information
Clients files are kept in a secured environment with restricted access.
Accessing & Amending Your Information
You may access your personal information by contacting us as detailed below. We will amend or delete your information on request.
What is a Cookie?
A cookie is a small text file containing a unique identification number that a Web site sends to your computer’s web browser. While you visit a particular site, a cookie may be used to track the activities of your browser as well as provide you with a consistent, more efficient experience. Cookies are stored on your computer’s hard drive where they stay until they are either deleted or they reach a predetermined expiration date. Persistent cookies are most commonly used to provide visitors with a customized experience by recording preferences such as how a visitor prefers to have his/her web pages displayed. Additionally, cookies are commonly used to gather statistical information such as the average time spent on a particular page. This kind of information is valuable for several reasons, including providing insight on how to improve the design, content and navigation of a Web site. Cookies cannot view or retrieve data from other cookies, nor can they capture files and data stored on your computer.