Information that is gathered from visitors
In common with other websites, log files are stored on the web server saving details such as the visitor’s IP address, browser type, referring page and time of visit.
Cookies may be used to remember visitor preferences when interacting with the website.
Where registration is required, the visitor’s email and a username will be stored on the server.
How the Information is used
The information is used to enhance the visitor’s experience when using the website to display personalized content and possibly advertising.
E-mail addresses will not be sold, rented or leased to 3rd parties.
E-mail may be sent to inform you of news of our services or offers by us or our affiliates.
We don’t gather any personal information from you. Even if we somehow learn personal information about you (such as your e-mail address, if you write to us), we won’t share that information with anyone else. We won’t spam you with newsletters or e-mail sales pitches, either.
If you have subscribed to one of our services, you may unsubscribe by following the instructions which are included in e-mail that you receive.
You may be able to block cookies via your browser settings but this may prevent you from access to certain features of the website.
Finally, if you’re concerned about Web cookies, beacons, and similar temporary Internet files used by advertisers, you can disable them in your browser. (See your browser’s help file to learn how.) Caution: Disabling or deleting cookies can have unintended consequences, such as forcing you to log in manually when you visit forums, social-networking sites, online editions of newspapers, and other membership-based sites.
We aren’t responsible for information that may be gathered by ad networks, affiliates, or advertisers when you complete surveys or fill out order forms. Nor are we responsible for any of the “cookies” that our advertising networks, booking partners, and traffic-measurement services may place in your “temporary Internet files” directory to keep track (for example) of whether you’ve previously visited the site or seen an ad. And while we don’t track IP addresses, which are the Internet Protocol numbers temporarily or permanently assigned to your network or computer by Internet service providers, companies such as Google (see below) may do so for purposes of traffic measuring and analysis.
Cookies are small digital signature files that are stored by your web browser that allow your preferences to be recorded when visiting the website. Also they may be used to track your return visits to the website.