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Privacy Policy

 

Disclaimer

This privacy policy applies solely to the Crofting Commission. The Crofting Commission makes every reasonable effort to update the information on this website. It makes no representation with regard to accuracy or entirety nor does the information constitute legal or professional advice.

The Crofting Commission, its providers or any other parties involved in creating the contents of this website are not liable for any loss incurred from the use of this website.
This website is © of the Crofting Commission.

Information Collection

The Crofting Commission is the sole owner of any information collected on our website www.crofting.scotland.gov.uk

Cookies

"Cookies" are small files left behind on your computer when you visit a website. Therefore, when users enter the Crofting Commission website their computer will automatically be issued with “cookies”.

This website stores cookies on your machine for the following purposes.

1.A general cookie (ASPSESSIONID...) set by the server which allows us to maintain your session. This cannot be switched off, but we do not use this to store information about you. If you accept cookies on this site, it does allow us to determine whether to show you the English or Gaelic version of the site as you move from page to page depending upon your choice.

2. If you indicate that you are happy to have cookies set by this website, then we will also set another couple of cookies storing your choice so that we do not need to ask you again.

Links

This website contains external links to other sites. The Crofting Commission is not responsible for the privacy policy of these sites.

Amendments to our Privacy Policy: Any amendments made to this privacy policy will be posted into this statement.

Contact

If you have any questions on our privacy policy or would like to comment on the contents of this website, please e-mail; jane.thomas@crofting.scotland.gov.uk
T: 01463 663479.

May 2012
 

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