When an individual visits the website of Watershed or one of its services, Watershed will not attempt to identify them as an individual or collect personal information about them unless they specifically provide it; for example, they may choose to provide their personal details via an online form or by email e.g. they make a general enquiry via the ‘contact us’ page or contact specific areas within our facilities.
Our websites may automatically collect statistics about an individual’s visit. We may monitor statistics such as how many people visit our sites, the user’s IP address, which pages people visit, the domains our visitors come from and which browsers they use.
These statistics are used to assist us to improve the performance of our web sites.
Watershed is, by law, obliged to allow law enforcement agencies and other government agencies with relevant authority to inspect our IP logs, if an investigation warrants such inspection.
Cookies: Our websites may collect “cookies’ when individual/s access them. While they do not identify individual users i.e. no personally identifiable information is collected. However, they do identity their IP address and browser type. The individual can choose to either accept or
reject cookies either individually or by disabling the function at browser level (which while not affecting use of the website, this may affect its functionality).
Security: Watershed websites take every precaution to protect user information collect and measures are in place to protect the loss, misuse and alteration of this information.
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