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Business before Technology - Privacy Statement

We promise:

  • not to take information from you without both your knowledge and consent
  • not to use any information that you provide for any purpose other than the reason that you intended. For example if you want us to reply to an e-mail then we will need to use your e-mail address to do so.
  • in particular that we will only use addressing information (e-mail, telephone, Fax or postal) when you have requested us to do so.
  • to store your information on our server in such a way that it cannot be accessed by any other user than the one allocated to you. Note that you are responsible for your password - choosing something which is not easy to guess (ie susceptible to a "brute force" guessing attack) and afterwards in keeping other people from having access to it.
  • to store all passwords in an encrypted (1-way) format which does not have a decrypting algorithm. This means that even our application support or hosting staff cannot tell you what your password is so please be careful with your master password in particular - our only option will be to set it to something that we can communicate to you in some relatively secure manner.
  • to always allow you the ability to administer your own details, including any subscriptions to mailing lists. This includes the deletion of your account such that it can no longer be accessed - even by you.
  • to use mailing lists at whatever frequency is originally advertised for that list or less if that is appropriate.
  • never to provide your details to any other company or organisation unless legally required to do so.
  • that if this company is ever the subject of a takeover then the owners will make one of the conditions of sale that the above list is honoured for all existing users and that you will be contacted by e-mail to confirm (default to be "No") your desire to continue using this site under the new ownership.

And if you are still sceptical:

We will also allow you to enter personal details that are blatantly incorrect (eg Santa Claus, North Pole, Mr M. Mouse et. al., ) unless in doing so we would be acting illegally, improperly or it would affect the system or other users, but:

  • Your use and benefits from this site may be impaired if you do this but we recognise that until we have established your trust then this may be your preferred option.
  • Note that some self-administration functions on this site will require verification via e-mail so you will need a valid e-mail address - even if only a temporary HotMail account if for instance you wish to (auto-)register for an account.
  • Your security level on this site will be restricted until further authentication of your identity is provided and a valid business "need for access" is established.

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Business before Technology Limited, Company number: 4969011.
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We will attempt to give you perfect access to this site but this may be impaired by the fact that as far as we can tell you are either:
  • Accessing the Internet from behind a FireWall (Personal or Company) which is disabling cookies OR
  • You have made a technical change to your browser in that you have disabled cookies - perhaps only for this site.

If this was unintentional and you can enable temporary (session) cookies there is a brief description at the bottom of the page. If you don't understand a word of this gobble-D-guk or you don't want to!: leave everything as-is and report any problems via the `LinkTSNo_Cookie_pagenoc1'>Technical feedback facility.

For the technical user

We attempt to set 2 temporary cookies at each interaction you have with this site. The names and typical values are:

NaviSessID=12345 and NaviLastID=erTh1J68SnkK0

The fact they are temporary means that when you close down your browser they will simply disappear. For the paranoic - they are not even written to the cookie folder.

The purpose of these two cookies is to allow you to navigate our site across what is a "connectionless" Internet with security and privacy appropriate to the content and usage of the site.

This notice will disappear from the end of the site Web pages when you have interacted with the site 3-4 times - more than once just in case you miss it at the end of the Home Page.

The only downside that we cannot avoid is caused by us putting the same information in the "Location" or "Address" area towards the top of your browser. You will notice that even though you visit pages more than once that your browser will not recognise them as "visited" because this address changes with each interaction.

Changing browser settings
  • NetScape: Edit->Preferences & select the Advanced Tab (not one of the sub-options). You only need to set cookies that are sent back to their own site but we would recommend that you do not select the 'prompt' option as this will cause an irritating pop-up at each interaction.

  • MicroSoft IE: click on Tools->Internet Options & select Security Tab.

    You could select Local Internet, then Advanced and then add our site address. This assumes that you have got cookies enabled for that zone.

    Another option would be change the "Custom level" for the zone that we are currently in - the Setting to be changed is called "Allow per-session cookies (not stored)" - select Enable then OK)

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