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Your Privacy

Like most business we want to develop healthy and profitable relationships with our customers and this demands a certain standard of behaviour with regard to information given to us.  We take your privacy seriously and we are committed to safeguarding your privacy on-line.  This page sets our privacy policy which may change from time to time so please re-read this policy periodically.
 

Contact Information
Any contact information you provide will not be made publicly available or sold to third parties.

We may disclose Contact Information in special cases where there is reason to believe that disclosing this information is necessary to identify, contact or bring legal action against someone who may be violating our terms and conditions of use or may be causing injury or interference with our rights, property, our customers or anyone who could be harmed by such activities. We may also disclose Contact Information when we believe, in good faith, that the law requires it or other purposes necessary to maintain services and improve our products and services.
 
Registration Forms
On occasion we may request that you submit a registration form to gain access to a particular resource, either because access to the resource is restricted or we are interested in the way the it will be used.  This information will not be used for purposes other than improving your use of the site or satisfying our curiosity.
 
We do not allow other agencies to read information created by this site and do not use of any banner advertising, a possible means of other parties collecting data you give in confidence.
 
Cookies

This site will occasionally use cookies for the purpose of enhancing your visit, either to restore any preferences you may have selected on a previous visit or to avoid repeatedly asking you for the same information when completing a form.

Cookies will only be used sparingly, with reasonable expiry dates (usually 90 days) and we will try to ensure that no other domain has access to them.  If you don't want your browser to accept cookies at all, you have the option to disable them (newer browsers tend to bury this option fairly deep in the security settings).  Click here to see a list of all the cookies we have created.

A discussion on the rights or wrongs of cookies and what they can and cant do is not within the scope of this document, check out http://cookiecentral.com for a fairly balanced overview.
 

01/03/2006 11:15
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