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Page updated 5 December 2007
Infection Control Services Ltd. does not collect information about individuals, except where there is specifically stated and provided with your knowledge.
We do collect non-specific visitor information by means of a software programme called AWStats on most parts of our website. This information is related to your browser and operating system and does not include any personal details. You can find out more by visiting their website http://awstats.sourceforge.net/ . The information stored on the web logs is described as follows:
The Internet domain from which you access the website (e.g. abc.co.uk, 123.org)
Your Internet Protocol (IP) address.
The type of browser and operating system you use.
The date and time you visited the website.
The pages that you saw on the website.
The address of the website you linked here from.
We use this information to monitor usage of the website in order to develop the design and layout of the site to better meet the needs of visitors to the site. We may share overall visitor trends and other generic information collected on this website with third parties, but we do not pass on any personal details or personally identifiable information without your specific consent or if required by law enforcement agencies if there is belief or evidence of a violation of computer security or related laws.
If you ask a question or make a request through this website, we may store your message and our response. We may also use this information, and any information you give to us in response to a survey on the website, to send you information about health-related material, promotional events and upcoming events or programs that we think you might be interested in; notices of enhancements to our services; and to send you information about our services.