Privacy Notice

1. Cookies: This site does not place ‘cookies’ (small text files which track usage of websites) on the devices from which it is is accessed.

2. Logging: In order to be able to access this site, devices have to send it some information, so the site knows where and how to respond.

The site logs each device’s:
– IP address (location on the internet)
– User-agent (eg browser used, what type of device)
– Request method (eg GET or POST)
– Requested URL (eg which site page)
– Request date/time

3. Contact: If you send a message via the Contact Form or any of our general email addresses, the details you enter will be sent to Fresh Start Border’s Chairperson.

The information will be used to reply to you if appropriate, and take any other necessary action. The details sent will be stored for a period of up to one month, then deleted. Unless permission to do so is required by or implied in your message, your details will not be passed to third parties without your explicit approval being subsequently sought and granted.

Messages that are deemed to be ‘spam’ by the Webmaster will be deleted immediately, and the originating domain and any associated ones will be banned from accessing our mail server permanently.

4. Software: This site is designed using WordPress, free, open source, software for creating websites, and managing its resources using a ‘content management system’. The basic functionality of Worpress is augmented on this site by carefully chosen trusted ‘plugins’, mostly third-party modules (also free and open source), either maintained or vetted by WordPress.

The basic software and plugins are frequently revised, and this site is regularly updated with the new versions. With open source software, any possible security vulnerabilities are readily discovered by researchers and the WordPress community, made known to the authors, and quickly patched in newer versions, these either notified to server/site administrators and/or automatically updated. This protects the host server or site and its visitors equally from possible security issues leading to privacy breaches.