Information and Collection
CGI collects the following information regarding visitors to our website: domain name, information regarding what pages are accessed, information volunteered by you (such as your name, survey information, email address or website registrations) and your preferred means of communication.
CGI uses this information to update our website and marketing database. We may also use this information in order to provide you with a personalised experience when you visit our website. Through the use of a cookie (see under ‘Cookies’). CGI can record the pages you visit and the information you require. Through analysis of these records, CGI provides you with an improved service when you revisit our website.
Other than as stated in the preceding paragraphs, or as might be required by law in special circumstances, no attempt is made to identify users or their browsing activities.
A cookie is a small data file that a website may write to your hard drive when you visit it. A cookie file can contain information, such as a user ID that the website uses to track the pages you have visited. The only personal information a cookie can contain is information you personally supply. A cookie cannot read data off your hard drive or read cookies created by other websites.
CGI takes all reasonable security measures to protect personal information from loss, unauthorised access, destruction, misuse, modification or disclosure. As far as permissible under law, CGI accepts no responsibility for unauthorised access to personal information held by CGI.