Legal Issues - EAI
In this day and age of privacy on the Internet we as EAI also had to have our privacy statements and disclaimers. We also explain how we use text cookies.
Below you will find some of the legal mambo jambo that is required:
The information here is provided on an as-is basis without warranty of any kind. We specifically disclaim any other warranty, express or implied, including any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. In no event shall we be liable for any consequential, indirect, special or incidental damages, even if we have been advised by "user" of the possibility of such potential loss or damage. "User" agrees to hold us harmless from and against any and all claims, losses, liabilities and expenses.
To try and bring you offers that are of genuine interest to you, we have relationships with other companies that we allow to place ads on our web pages. As a result of your visit, ad serving companies may collect information such as your domain type, IP address and click stream information.
We use StatCounter and standard web server logs to measure performance and to improve user experience without violating user privacy. This information is used to help diagnose problems with our servers, manage our web site and it may be used to gather broad demographic information.
Any email address you provide in communication with us is strictly confidential and will never be given to any third party.
Cookies are small temporary text files and can never contain viruses or trojans. They are used to save information in the course of creating targeted ads being served, content delivery of the site and used by this website to save font type and size settings should you wish to change them.
By visiting our website you agree that cookies can be used (implied consent). Those countries still left in the EU will see a red popup bar at the top of the page which the user must confirm and agreed too. After confirmation a cookie will be set for one year so that the notification bar is not shown again during that period.
Doubleclick cookies are used to collect user specific information and interests on pages or websites users access or visit to create targeted advertising. You may opt out of the Doubleclick cookie by visiting the Google Advertising privacy FAQ (www.google.com/policies/privacy/ads/).
By changing your browser preferences you can turn off cookies in your browser so that the information is not saved at all, or have your browser warn you before accepting any cookies. This way cookies can be completely disabled.
In Firefox go to menu: Edit, Preferences and the Privacy tab. For Internet Explorer see menu: Tools, Internet Options and the General tab. For Google Chrome: Click the 'Tripple Line' in the tool bar, History and Clear Browsing Data.
Other lesser used browsers will have similar options.