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This privacy statement is not presented as a legally binding contract. Privacy Policy in Detail Information We Collect and Use: There   are   sections   in   our   website   where   we   may   ask   you   to   register   in   order   to   gain   access   to   high   value   documents,   or   to   be   able   to   download various   items,   or   to   make   contact   with   The   New   Forest   Guide.   Any   information   you   provide   will   remain   the   secured   property   of   The   New   Forest Guide.   Under   no   circumstances   will   it   be   sold   or   rented   to   any   third   party.   The   New   Forest   Guide   may,   however,   use   your   contact   information to send you any information you have specifically requested or any other information or news about our company and services. The New Forest Guide may use your personal information for the following purposes: To enable you to use the site without repeatedly entering passwords or logins. To provide information or services that you have requested. To help us manage our content to ensure it is relevant and appropriate to you. To alert you to company news, product upgrades, other updated information and new products and services from The New Forest Guide. Hyperlinks to Other Websites: The New Forest Guide may provide links on our site that direct to external, third party websites. We have no control over the content other sites, nor the usage of information they gather. We recommend that you always review the privacy policies at any third party sites you visit; they may not follow the same policies as us. Opting Out: Our   site   provides   users   the   opportunity   to   opt-out   of   receiving   communications   from   us   and   our   partners   at   the   point   where   we   request information about the visitor. 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The New Forest Guide Privacy and Cookie Policy Privacy Policy in Brief The   New   Forest   Guide   is   committed   to   protecting   your   privacy   and has   created   this   privacy   statement   in   order   to   demonstrate   our   firm commitment    to    privacy.    The    following    discloses    our    information gathering    and    dissemination    practices    for    the    website    at    URL: thenewforestguide.com The   New   Forest   Guide   does   not   disclose   visitors’   information   to third parties. Any   information   that   you   provide   us   with,   whether   it   be   business   or personal   information   (such   as   your   name   or   address),   cannot   be seen by third parties. This   site   may   at   times   contain   links   to   other,   third   party   websites; The   New   Forest   Guide   is   not   responsible   for   the   privacy   practices   or the content of such websites. This    privacy    statement    is    not    presented    as    a    legally    binding contract. Privacy Policy in Detail Information We Collect and Use: There   are   sections   in   our   website   where   we   may   ask   you   to   register in   order   to   gain   access   to   high   value   documents,   or   to   be   able   to download   various   items,   or   to   make   contact   with   The   New   Forest Guide.    Any    information    you    provide    will    remain    the    secured property   of   The   New   Forest   Guide.   Under   no   circumstances   will   it be   sold   or   rented   to   any   third   party.   The   New   Forest   Guide   may, however,   use   your   contact   information   to   send   you   any   information you   have   specifically   requested   or   any   other   information   or   news about our company and services. The   New   Forest   Guide may   use   your   personal   information for the following purposes: To    enable    you    to    use    the    site    without    repeatedly    entering passwords or logins. To provide information or services that you have requested. To    help    us    manage    our    content    to    ensure    it    is    relevant    and appropriate to you. To   alert   you   to   company   news,   product   upgrades,   other   updated information   and   new   products   and   services   from   The   New   Forest Guide. Hyperlinks to Other Websites: The   New   Forest   Guide   may   provide   links   on   our   site   that   direct   to external, third party websites. We   have   no   control   over   the   content   other   sites,   nor   the   usage   of information they gather. We   recommend   that   you   always   review   the   privacy   policies   at   any third   party   sites   you   visit;   they   may   not   follow   the   same   policies   as us. Opting Out: Our    site    provides    users    the    opportunity    to    opt-out    of    receiving communications   from   us   and   our   partners   at   the   point   where   we request information about the visitor. This   site   gives   users   the   following   options   to   discontinue   receiving future communications by any of the following means: Use                our                contact                us                form                at http://thenewforestguide.com/contact.htm   indicating   your   request to be unsubscribed from a specific list. The The New Forest Guide website cookie: The    The    New    Forest    Guide    website    uses    a    “session    cookie”    to identify   your   browser   “session”   as   you   move   between   pages   on   the website and perform activities. The     website     cookie     allows     our     website     to     recognise     each subsequent   request   from   your   browser   as   being   the   same   browser that made the initial request to our website. By   knowing   that   each   subsequent   request   is   related   to   the   first,   our website    is    able    to    track    your    actions    as    you    move    around    the website   and   to   provide   interactive   features.   By   analysing   how   our website    is    being    used    in    general,    we    can    improve    the    website experience   for   future   visitors.   Should   you   experience   any   problems in   using   our   website,   our   website   developers   may   be   able   to   use this   information   to   track   down   your   specific   “user   journey”   and investigate and fix any issues that might arise. The   cookie   itself   is   a   very   small   text   file   that   is   stored   on   your   device (for    example,    your    PC    or    your    phone)    by    your    web    browser.    It contains   a   simple   text   code   that   your   browser   sends   back   to   our website    each    time    you    browse    to    a    new    page.    This    allows    the website   to   look   up   your   specific   session   and   associate   data   for   that session   with   your   browser.   The   data   itself   is   not   stored   in   your cookie but on the server(s) operating the website. The   session   cookie   provides   the   ability   for   you   to   log   on   to   our website    using    your    unique    user    name    (or    e-mail    address)    and password. Each   page   on   our   website   may   be   tailored   to   you   uniquely,   based on   your   past   activity   on   the   website,   for   example   to   show   your name. The   session   cookie   provides   the   means   to   remember   your   log   on state. The   session   cookie   provides   the   means   to   remember   that   you   have submitted a form so that you are not asked to re-submit it. The   session   cookie   provides   the   means   to   remember   which   files you   have   requested   to   be   sent   to   you   by   email   and   the   date   and time at which such requests were made. The   session   cookie   provides   the   means   to   remember   whether   you have ‘like’d our Facebook page. As   we   improve   our   website   over   time,   similar   and   more   advanced features    may    be    added    that    also    require    a    “session    cookie”    to operate. Google Analytics: The   The   New   Forest   Guide   website   uses   cookies   to   allow   Google Analytics    to    function    correctly.    Google    Analytics    is    a    free    web analytics   tools   that   helps   us   understand   how   visitors   engage   with the   The   New   Forest   Guide   website.   These   cookies   have   names   that begin with __utm such as __utma and __utmz. Google    Analytics    collects    information    anonymously;    it    reports website   trends   without   identifying   individual   visitors.   The   cookies store   information   such   as   the   number   of   visits   to   the   website   and what    site    referred    the    visitor    to    the    web    page.    We    use    the information   to   view   reports   about   how   visitors   interact   with   the website   and   to   help   us   improve   the   website.   A   different   set   of cookies   is   used   for   each   website,   and   visitors   are   not   tracked   across multiple sites. Information    about    these    cookies    and    how    to    reject    or delete them: http://www.google.co.uk/intl/en/analytics/privacyoverview.html   and http://www.google.com/intl/en/policies/privacy/ads/#toc-analytics. To   opt   out   of   being   tracked   by   Google   Analytics   across   all   websites visit http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout. 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