Privacy & Cookies
This privacy statement explains how we handle your personal data. This privacy statement does not apply to pages to which there are links contained on these websites. By using this website you agree to the privacy statement set out below and to us obtaining and/or using your data in the manner described below. We reserve the right to change this statement at any time and without prior notice.
The use of information specifically given to us
On various pages of these websites we may request you for a specific purpose to supply non-confidential information such as your name, business name, e-mail address and telephone number. Any information you supply in answer to this request is on a purely voluntary basis. This information is used by us in order to improve this website and the information that we send to you, as the user. We may also use this information for other commercial or non-commercial business purposes.
We may, for example, use this information to keep you updated on any offers of products and services which could benefit you or your business. If you do not wish for your personal data to be used for such purposes, please contact us via the contact button on the website’s home page, indicating in your e-mail that you object to your personal data being used in this way.
The use of information indirectly obtained by us
Via our websites we also gather website domain stats which form part of our analysis of the use of the site. This information, such as the number of times that the websites are visited and which pages are looked at within the websites, is used by us in order to improve access to, and the quality of, the internet pages. Insofar as this data is processed by us, this processing is done entirely anonymously. The information is gathered automatically and so no action on our part is required.
Certain pages on this website may make use of ‘cookies’. Cookies are small text files that – depending on the personal settings of the browser - are automatically stored on the user’s computer. These text files are used for registration purposes and to adapt the websites to your requirements on your next visit. Cookies can neither remove nor read any data stored on your hard disc.
To repeat: you can choose whether to allow cookies to be stored automatically on your hard disc. However, if you decide not to allow cookies, it is possible that some pages do not fully function and you may not, for example, be given access to certain information of the websites.