At Rohinie.com Ltd. we take privacy seriously and want you to be happy that we won't give your email address to anyone else.
Here's how we handle the small amount of mainly anonymous information we collect. All of our procedures are governed by the United Kingdom Data Protection Act of 1988.
What Information Do We Collect?
Some information about you we collect passively - information that your computer and your browser send automatically while you browse our site. Other information we actively solicit, such as your email address when you subscribe to our newsletter.
We collect these types of information from site visitors:
1. Site Usage Information
- Site usage information
- Forum registration
- Newsletter registration
are small text files that are written to your hard drive by your browser and help the site 'remember' who you are. For example, when you register for forum access and log in, the site writes a cookie to your computer so that you don't need to log in again if you come back within a certain period of time.
tell us generally about the visitors to our site - general geographic regions, length of visits, pages clicked on, and so forth. We can't tell who you are by examining our log files, except as anonymous users.
We encourage you to provide us with feedback in the form of emails to email@example.com
When you email us or use the Contact form, we maintain the anonymity and privacy of your message. We keep these messages on file for a period of 4 weeks, and then delete them permanently.
Blog posts are generally visible to all site visitors, and may be archived or deleted as necessary.
Spam and Sale of Information
We hate spam. We will never spam you with any unsolicited email, and we will never sell information you have given us to other parties.
As a result, please check back with this page regularly to see if anything's changed. Thanks!
The Data Protection Act, 1988
This Act is legislation enacted in the United Kingdom to protect your privacy and give companies such as ourselves guidelines on how to collect, use, and safeguard information we collect from you.
You can read more about the Act at http://www.ico.gov.uk/what_we_cover/data_protection.aspx