1. Online privacy practices
1.2 Your right to privacy is important to us. We are keen to strike a fair balance between your personal privacy and ensuring you obtain full value from the internet and other products and services we may be able to market to you.
2.1 In some areas of our website, we ask you to provide information that will enable us to enhance your site visit or reply to you after your visit.
2.2 This includes where you subscribe to our online newsletters or provide feedback to us through a contact form or when you complete any online survey we may offer from time to time.
2.3When you do, so we ask you to give us your name, email address and other personal information that will be needed to supply the services to you.
2.4 In relation to online newsletters you can ‘unsubscribe’ at any time.
2.5 We may use your personal data for future email mailings, support, notification of new products or new versions, general correspondence regarding the products and correspondence which may relate to you.
2.6 If you would rather not receive future marketing emails from us please inform us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2.7 Such use is strictly in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and the Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) Regulations 2003.
2.8 Every email from us comes with an easy to use unsubscribe instruction and you can be removed from our lists at any time, although this can take up to 30 days to effect.
2.9 The information you provide will be kept confidential and will be used only to support your customer relationship with us.
2.10 We do not disclose or sell your information outside our corporate group except if we sell the whole or part of our business.
3.2 Cookies Message given to a web browser by a web server. The message is then stored by the browser in a text file called cookie.txt. Each time the browser requests a page from the server, this message is sent back.
3.3 A cookie’s main objective is to identify users and personalise their visit by customising web pages for them, for example by welcoming them by name next time they visit the same site.
3.4 A site using cookies will usually invite you to provide personal information such as your name, email address and interests.