Personal Information gathered on this web site
Personal information is gathered on this web site if:
- you submit an enquiry to us using our contact form; or,
- you register as a user of this site; or,
- you subscribe to receive updates of the site.
Personal Information gathered by the Contact Form
If you submit an enquiry using the Contact Form, the following personal information is gathered:
- Your first name and last name (required)
- Your email address (required)
- Your Company (optional)
- Your telephone number (optional)
Personal Information gathered from Registered Users
This site stores personal information relating to Registered Users. The stored information may include any or all of the following:
- Your first name and family name (required)
- Your email address (required)
- Your website address (optional)
- Your instant messenger addresses (optional)
- Your biography/curriculum vitae (required for Consultants)
Personal Information gathered from Subscribers
This site stores personal information related to Subscribers:
- email address
You can elect to be notified of news articles posted on this site by subscribing. Subscribers enter their email address in a form and clicking a button to subscribe. All subscriptions are confirmed by an email to the subscriber email address. The subscriber is then obliged to follow a link to this site to confirm the subscription. Subscribers can unsubscribe at any time.
Access to Personal Information
All the personal information provided by you on this site is available to the administrators of the web site.
Where we receive enquiries through our Contact Form, the information may be passed to one or more of the Consultants listed on this website for the purpose of responding to the enquiry.
Registered Users’ biographies are available to all viewers of this website.
We do not provide or sell user information to any other parties.
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