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- Any personal information collected is knowingly provided by you only for these purposes: (a) during e-commerce transactions (b) purchasing a publication advertised on this website by ‘traditional’ means; i.e., printing out an order form, filling in your details and sending with payment; (c) completing and sending the online enquiry form; (d) subscribing to e-mails notifying you of new blogposts.
- Your personal data will be treated as confidential. It will not be sold, rented, leased or otherwise passed on. The personal data asked for from users of this website is the least needed to provide them with a reasonable service; e.g., to (a) reply to an enquiry made via the secure web form, (b) inform them that a new blog has been posted. More information may be requested but only on a voluntary basis and only to provide users with a better service.
- Your IP address is a numeric address assigned to your computer, assigned by your Internet Service Provider. We automatically collect your IP address as traffic data so that we can send information back to you when requested. This is not used to identify personal details.
- Referrers are references to the web address which you linked from. They are automatically passed along by your web browser. We collect referrers which your browser sends as part of traffic data. This is not attached to personally identifiable information.
- System information such as your operating system/platform and the type of web browser you use is not attached to personally identifiable information.
EAA will not send you unsolicited messages advertising its services or products beyond the strictly limited extent allowed by the 2003 Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations (PECRs). Visitors interested in the information on this website will need to visit the site regularly.
The website of the Information Commissioner’s Office contains extensive information on data protection law. This includes the legal right of private individuals and different kinds of business not to receive unsolicited commercial e-mails. Please note that anyone who misuses the contact details given on this website in order to send ‘spam’ e-mails to EAA will be in breach of the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2003. Legal action may be taken against them.
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