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We respect your privacy

1. Introduction

Please read this policy to understand how we collect and use information

as well asthe rights you have to protect your privacy.

2. Personal Information You Enter - gives us your consent

Personal information identifies you as an individual rather than one member of a group.

Weask you forspecific information so that we can provide you withtargeted content:

Ourservices are aimed at benefiting YOU.

3. Information Protection

Weuse privacy protection procedures andmaintain an anti-spam policy.

We carryoutphysical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguardyour personalinformation.

Thisprevents unauthorized access, maintains data accuracy and ensures that the information is used correctly.

Any personal details or otherwise collected throughout this website is available only to ourselves.

The information collected will never be sold, nor redistributed to any 3rd party of any kind for any reason.

4. Cookies

A cookie is a standard piece of information that is deposited by the server when you visit the website which is stored on your computer's hard drive by your web browser. On revisiting the website, the server will recognize these cookies, giving information about your last visit. Most browsers accept cookies automatically. You can usually alter the settings of your browser to prevent automatic acceptance, should you wish to do so.

5. IP addresses

Every time you connect to this website, web server logs will be stored which show your IP address. This is the unique number which your machine uses when it is connected to the Internet. Logs record what pages you selected; whether the page request was successful or not, and which browser you used to view the pages. The use of this data is strictly for statistical purposes and personalization purposes only. This helps us understand which areas of the site are of particular interest and also which pages are not being requested. It also tells us how many hits and page requests we receive.