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Privacy


Ian Watt is the owner and operator of the ianwattguitarist.com website (“the Website”). Ian Watt is committed to protecting your privacy. We do not and will not sell or pass on your personal information to anyone, except in so far as required to do so by law or by court order. Ian Watt agrees to notify you of;

. any personally identifiable information belonging to you that is collected, the organisation collecting the information, how the information is used and with whom the information may be shared;

. the choices available to you regarding collection, use and distribution of the information and how you can correct any inaccuracies in the information;

. the kind of security procedures which are in place to protect against the loss, misuse or alteration of information under the control of Ian Watt.
Ian Watt may from time to time run competitions and/or promotional features which will appear on the Website. To administer these features Ian Watt will collect information including your name, address, telephone number and email address. Ian Watt may contact you as a result of entering a competition to notify you of a winning prize. Ian Watt will not publish your details on the Website without your prior consent. Ian Watt reserves the right to use the information collected in this way as part of its marketing operations except in so far as you have refused permission for it to be used in this way. Your details will not be sold or passed on to any other organisation, business or individual.

Ian Watt reserves the right to share aggregate statistics about our visitor demographics and traffic patterns with our members and other interested parties. Ian Watt warrants that these statistics do not include any information which can personally identify you. Like most websites, there is certain information we automatically track, including the URL that you just came from, the URL you go to next, the browser you are using, and your IP address. We use cookies to help users navigate efficiently between secure and non-secure pages of our site.
A cookie is a small file that the Website places on your computer’s hard drive. Although there are many uses for cookies, we utilise them to simply keep track of your preferences during your session (visit), that information is stored in a ‘session cookie.’ Session cookies are not stored permanently in your computer but expire immediately, so they cannot be used to determine how often you visit the site. Please note that a cookie cannot be run like a software program. It cannot be used as a virus to destroy files on your computer, cannot enable the Web server to read from your hard drive, nor can it create executable programs.