IslandGuide.co.uk respects the privacy of visitors to its website. Users are not asked for any personal information and e-mail addresses (and any other
information provided) are not passed on to anyone else and are not used for any purpose other
than occasional newsletters and anouncements.
In common with most websites IslandGuide.co.uk regularly conducts a basic log-analysis in order to determine how many users visit the site,
and which pages are visited. The following information is provided by logs and site tracking:
Number of unique users and some ISP or domain information but not the identity of specific users.
Pages viewed, time of viewing and total pages viewed per day, month and year.
Referrer reports, indicating which links users followed to reach Islandguide.co.uk, including search terms if search engines were used.
Where visitors provide information voluntarily in respect of enquiries or other communications,
such details are not passed on to anyone else except with the specific permission of such visitors.
IslandGuide.co.uk does not set cookies for any purpose. However, third-party advertisers
and service providers may set cookies to track impressions (appearances of advertisements or other graphic images)
and when visitors click on advertising banners or links through to other websites. You should check
privacy policies on their sites if you are in any doubt.
Contact can be
initiated through the Managing Editor, Alan Price at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Postal address: Hinsobrae, Papa Westray, Orkney, Scotland, UK. Postal code: KW17 2BU.
Since IslandGuide.co.uk is solely a provider of free information, there is no commercial or
contractual relationship, either actual or implied, between the website and its users. The basic costs of the
websites are covered through advertising and affiliate arrangements. Copyright is
fully respected wherever possible and IslandGuide.co.uk asks visitors also to respect the copyright notice on each page. In the unlikely
event of any legal dispute, the website is governed by the laws of Scotland and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland where