Companyfaqs.co.uk regards your privacy as important and as such has introduced a policy of protecting any data collected by us during the use of the website. Any specific details we request be given during your visit will be used in a manner which adherers to our stated policy.
Company Faqs may alter its privacy declaration to take account of any legislative changes or for other reasons we deem are required or necessary.
You are encouraged to review these pages regularly for alterations to our policy and to verify that they are in accordance with your expectations and agreement.
Information we might collect:
- Your name
- Email address
- Internet protocol address
- Internet service provider
- Browser type
- Comments and files sent to us and information contained therein
- Country of use
We may use any such information for a better understanding of the users and their requirements for this and other websites. This may include the sending of emails offering the products and services of related and other specially selected partners.
A cookie is a small file that interacts with your computer. It is placed on the local hard drive of your computer after asking and receiving authorisation from it.
Cookies facilitate the analysis of individual user’s web activity with a particular website and allow sites to respond to a particular visitor’s need and requirements.
The manner in which we use cookie is to determine which pages have been views and how long the page was open for. The sole use of the logging information to so that we can analyse which articles and pages were of greater use to our visitors and which we need to change to provide a greater user experience.
The decision on whether to allow our cookies to interact with your computer rests with you. On most internet browsers cookies can be disabled. Enabling cookies, however, in our opinion, helps us to create a better site with the feedback we receive from about usage of our website.
Cookies do not provide unlimited access to your computer and any data available to us is in common internet usage protocols.
When Leaving Our Site
In the absence of a policy or one which you find acceptable, you are advised to exit the site immediately. You should be aware however that some information may have already been collected during even a brief visit to a site.
Data Protection Act
We are governed by the Data Protection Act 1998 and where able, we can furnish you with any information we currently hold on you. A nominal charge made be made for this information in accordance with the act.