Privacy Policy

Disclaimer
This Disclaimer relates specifically to the Atlantic Salmon Trust website (www.atlanticsalmontrust.org)

The Atlantic Salmon Trust accepts no responsibility for and excludes all liability in connection with browsing the website, use of information on the website and downloading any material from the website including but not limited to any liability for errors, inaccuracies, omissions or defamatory or misleading statements.

Whilst the Atlantic Salmon Trust hopes that users will find the contents of the website interesting and informative, the contents are for general information only. No reliance should be placed upon the contents of the website: advice and independent verification should be sought. None of the contents of the website either will form part of any contract with the Atlantic Salmon Trust.

Copyright
All text and images (including logos) remain the property of the Atlantic Salmon Trust and may not be copied or downloaded for any unauthorised or commercial or unlawful use.

Privacy Policy
Any personal information which is collected, gathered or processed by the Atlantic Salmon Trust via the website will only be used by the Atlantic Salmon Trust for purposes consistent with the aims of Atlantic Salmon Trust.

The Atlantic Salmon Trust is committed to preserving the privacy of all visitors to the website. Whether you are a first time visitor to the website or a regular user, The Atlantic Salmon Trust takes your privacy seriously.

Any personal data or sensitive personal data provided by you to The Atlantic Salmon Trust will be held and processed in accordance with the data protection principles set out in the Data Protection Act 1998.

If you have any queries concerning your personal information or any questions on The Atlantic Salmon Trust ‘s use of the information, please contact The Atlantic Salmon Trust ‘s Website Administrator.

The Atlantic Salmon Trust does not control third party sites accessed through links on the website, and is not responsible for privacy policies on these sites. (Some websites collect details of all visitors for marketing purposes. This can result in ‘Spam’ – junk emails).

Changes to Privacy Policy
The Atlantic Salmon Trust may edit this policy from time to time. If The Atlantic Salmon Trust makes any substantial changes then The Atlantic Salmon Trust will notify you by posting a prominent announcement on the website.

Your Rights
You have the right to ask for a copy of the information held by The Atlantic Salmon Trust in the website’s records. You have the right also to require The Atlantic Salmon Trust to correct any inaccuracies in your information. Contact The Atlantic Salmon Trust ‘s Website Administrator for further details.

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