The Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) Regulations 2003
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Cookies in use on this site
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Information collected using technology
We may collect some information about you using technology, so it may not be readily apparent to you that it is being collected. For instance, when you come to our site your IP address is collected so that we know where to send information you are requesting (web pages). An IP address is often associated with the place from which you enter the Internet like your ISP (Internet service provider), your company, or your school. This information is not personally identifiable.
If you choose to provide us with contact details (e-mail address for example) in order to view some of the resources on our site, EAF will not release that information to any third party without the user giving explicit permission.