The only information about visitors which we retain is information sent to us in e-mails or through our visitor survey, or through requests for the solution to our brainteaser puzzle, or any other material sent to us by visitors. From time to time we may publish any interesting and non-offensive e-mails in our Visitors' Book. We may also, at our discretion, incorporate other contributions to our website sent in by visitors.
We will not publish, or knowingly pass on to anyone else, the e-mail addresses of web visitors who correspond with us, without first obtaining their express permission.
We do not participate in web groups or any other web syndicates, nor do we make use of any paid advertising, although we do accept donations from web visitors to support our website and other chess activities. Personal information about donations or donors will be kept strictly private.
This policy is effective from 1st of January 2006. Any changes or updates to this policy will be notified on this page.
Our website is located at http://www.50chessgames.freeserve.co.uk/
We may be contacted at:
Douglas and Ian MacGregor
c/o Bearsden Chess Club
11 Buchanan Street
You may also contact us by e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Disputes will be handled by our webmaster.
Our webmaster will promptly correct any errors.
When visiting Web sites certain information about you and your computer can sometimes be collected. This section explains what information we collect, and how it is used.
If you do nothing during your visit but browse, read pages or download information, we collect information via webpage counters on your IP address, the type of browser and operating system you use, the date and time you visit the site, and the webpages you visit at our site.
If during your visit you send us an e-mail or participate in a survey, we will additionally collect your e-mail address, the content of your e-mail and any personal information you chose to provide. Information provided voluntarily may be published on our website or used to improve facilities for web visitors.
The information we collect falls into the following standard categories:
We collect this information for the following purposes:
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The cookies used on our website are used to enhance visitor enjoyment of our site and to provide page tracking information.