Below are the Terms and conditions for use of the Hamish Taylor’s website.
This website is a service operated by Hamish Taylor and his team.
The User shall not use the Hamish Taylor website for any illegal purposes, and the user will use it in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. The User will agree not to use the website in a way that may cause it to be interrupted,damaged, rendered less efficient or such that the effectiveness, functionality or content/information of the website is in any way impaired.
By the User continuing to use the Hamish Taylor website, the User agrees not to attempt any unauthorised access to any part or component of the site; and agrees that in the event that they have any right, claim or action against any Users arising out of that User’s use of the website, then they will pursue such right, claim or action independently of and without recourse to Hamish Taylor.
Hamish Taylor – Disclaimer
Hamish Taylor and his team will make every effort to ensure that the compilation and publication of the information on this website is accurate and up-to-date. However, Hamish Taylor or his team will not be held responsible for any damage, loss or inconvenience caused by reliance on inaccurate material or error contained within the pages, posts or documents of this website.
Although the User can copy any part of this website to their own computer for PERSONAL USE ONLY, they may not copy or incorporate any of the material including any design, artwork, trademarks, logos, written content, videos and/or images available on the website into any other work or use the material in any other public or commercial manner, this includes any of our partner’s content. That means the User may not post or redistribute any portion of the Hamish Taylor website without written permission from a member of Hamish Taylor’s team or from Hamish Taylor.
If you want to link to the Hamish Taylor site, that is okay, but please DO NOT use the materials contain on this site, including logos, images and written content on your own site, unless we have explicitly agreed for you to do so in writing. If you would like more information on the use of the materials on this website, please contact Anna Haigh on: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Links (Hyperlinks) to other sites
Please note: Hamish Taylor is not responsible for the content or availability of any external websites to which this website may include links to. Certain links, including hypertext links, in Hamish Taylor website will take the User to external sites. These are provided for the User’s convenience and inclusion of any link does not imply endorsement or approval by Hamish Taylor of the linked website, the website’s operator or the content on their website.
Hamish Taylor’s team may collect personal information from visitors/users to this website. This information is used only to respond to enquiries and to monitor website usage/interaction. E-mail addresses received as part of an enquiry are only retained as long as the enquiry remains open.
Hamish Taylor and his team will at all times comply with the requirements of the Data Protection Act 1998.
By completing the Hamish Taylor’s Contact Form on the Contact page or the Registration Form on our Register page, the User agrees to subscribe to our mailing lists, such data stored is only used for the purpose stated on the form and will NOT be given or sold to any third parties. The User may unsubscribe to lists at any time. The User has the following options for removing their information from our database to not receive future communications. They can unsubscribe from any mailing lists by following the instructions contained at the bottom of the emails. If you have any questions about this privacy statement, the practices of this website, or your dealings with this website, please contact Anna Haigh on: email@example.com.
Use of Browser Cookies
What are Cookies?
Browser Cookies are small data files that are stored on the User’s computer whilst visiting a website. They vary in their use from core functionality of Content Management Systems (CMS) and e-commerce website/carts to tracking the amount and types of users visiting a website. They can also be used as a ‘memory’ store, for example; on re-visiting a site the User won’t have to re-enter their information, preferences or log back in.
Why would you want to remove Cookies?
Some users may not want to give up personal information/data. There are also scenarios where if cookies aren’t implemented properly then users may be open to security vulnerability and ‘hackers’.
How to remove Cookies from your browser?
If you would like to investigate how to remove cookies from your browser, here’s how to do it:
Browser Cookie settings in Safari PC:-
Step 1. Confirm that you’re running version 5 or later of Apple’s Safari browser, and then click the Gears menu in the upper-right corner of the Safari window. From there, select Reset Safari. In this window, check the bottom box, ‘Remove all website data’.
Step 2. Check the bottom box, labeled Remove all website data. You can uncheck everything else if you want to remove only cookies.
Step 3. Click the Reset button to eliminate all cookies associated with Safari.