FFA respects your privacy, and will not
collect or record personal information about you from this website except when
provided by you in respect of a requested task. This information will only be
used for the purpose for which you intended. Any personal information which you
volunteer will be treated in confidence applying reasonable standards of
security, in accordance with the Data Protection Acts, 1988 and 2003. Any
information which you provide will not be made available to third parties except
in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.
FFA' collects information through this
website from you in three ways:
- Via email
- Via web technical logs
- Via web forms
If you choose to contact FFA' via email, your
details will be used only for the purposes for which you intended. When your
email has been actioned, the original message will be retained by FFA' for a
reasonable period of time.
Note: Email is a not fully
secure method of communication. If there are details which for any reason you do
not wish to send via email, you should contact FFA' by post or telephone.
Contact details may be found on the Contact Us page.
Technical details of your visit to this website
are recorded for business reasons. None of this information can be used to
ascertain your identity. The following technical details are recorded:
This technical information will only be used for
statistical and other administrative purposes.
- IP addresses
- Top-level domain names e.g. .ie, .com,
- Web search terms
- Browser-type used and operating system
"session" cookies. Session cookies enable a web browser to record pages on a
website which have already been visited.
If you wish to find out more about how
manages issues of website data protection please contact us via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you wish to find out more about data
protection in Ireland please visit the website of the Data Protection
The software used to view the web, e.g. Microsoft Internet Explorer, Netscape
Navigator, Opera, Safari etc.
The identifying number of a computer directly connected to the internet
expressed in "internet protocol" code e.g. 123.456.789.123. If you must
"dial-up" to connect to the internet, the IP code will be the code of the
computer you have dialled-into and not your computer.
Text-based pieces of information placed on your computer by a web site. Cookies
are used by websites to record aspects of your visit.