We do not sell, rent or otherwise make available any personal data submitted by you to any third parties. This information is understood by us to mean your name, address, telephone/fax number and e-mail address. This information will not be used for any direct marketing or unsolicited follow-up unless we have previously informed you of this possible use and you have given us your express permission when submitting it.
With your permission, we will use this information for such purposes as:
- Sending you paper publications or other correspondence
- Sending you e-mail press releases or notification
- Delivering goods or prizes
Only authorised staff or our agents (who have agreed to keep information secure) have access to personally identifiable information. We do make use of non-personally identifiable statistical information (browser type, geographical location, age, gender) for optimisation of our sites as part of our continual internal review process and in a general way to learn more about the consumers of our products. This information will not be disclosed to third parties.
All trade marks, copyright, database rights and/or all other intellectual property rights, in relation to all and any text, graphics and other material in whatever form contained on this site, are the property of Shock Absorber UK Ltd. or are used with the authorisation of the owner of such rights. This means that you may reproduce material on this site for personal use only. Unauthorised use, including but not limited to, modification, distribution, copying, renting, hiring, lending, transmission and broadcast of material on this site is prohibited. Material from this site may not be sold or otherwise distributed for profit.
Links to other sites
Links on this site may take you outside the Shock Absorber website, and we accept no responsibility for the content, accuracy or function of these sites; the links are provided in good faith, and we cannot be held responsible for any subsequent change in sites to which we link.
Limitation of liability
Neither Shock Absorber, any of its associated companies, nor any other party involved in creating, producing, or delivering this site, shall be liable for any direct, incidental, consequential, indirect or punitive damages, costs, losses or liabilities whatsoever arising out of your access to, or use of, this site. Everything on this site is provided to you "AS IS". Neither Beattie Matheson Ltd. nor any of its associated companies warrant the accuracy of any of the material contained in this site or that it fits any particular purpose. In addition, Beattie Matheson Ltd. shall not be liable for any damages to, or viruses that may infect, your computer equipment or other property, by reason of your use of, access to, or downloading of any material from, this site.
Whilst reasonable care has been taken to ensure that the details on this site are accurate and that the opinions are fair and reasonable, no representation or warranty, express or implied, is made as to the accuracy, completeness or correctness of information or opinions given. Beattie Matheson Ltd. accepts no liability for consequences of any accurate information.
1. What is a Cookie?
A Cookie is a small string of text that is stored on your PC's hard disk, unless you delete it (or it expires). It is not a computer program, and cannot harm the data on your PC.
2. How do I know when I have received a Cookie?
You need to switch on the 'Alert before accepting Cookies' option in your browser.
3. Should I switch on the alert?
It's up to you. However, increasingly, sites are using more and more Cookies that expire when you switch off your browser; it can become tiresome to see so many alerts.
4. What are Cookies for?
Cookies have two functions. The first is to 'maintain state of an application'. Basically, this means that each time you come back to a site, you begin where you left off. For instance, you may only need to register to enter a site once. The second function is to track your path through the site.
5. What does that mean?
Tracking your path can help the site provider optimise the site based on popular paths or pages. You may feel that this knowledge of your use - the site provider could set up a profile of your particular habits - is an unwelcome intrusion into your privacy. However, bear in mind that no personally identifiable data is being collected.
6. What is the Shock Absorber policy?
We never pass statistical data on to third parties.
7. Should I delete Cookies?
Again, it's up to you. If you feel that Cookies are an intrusion into your privacy, delete them. However, we recommend that you do not delete them. This will usually decrease your access to useful information on subsequent visits to the site.
8. Can Cookies be stolen from my PC?
No. The information stored on your PC will only be transmitted to the server that sent them in the first place.
9. How do I delete Cookies?
Go to your Cookies folder, usually called 'Cookies' on your hard drive (C:windowscookies, for example), select them and delete them in the normal way.
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