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Privacy and security statement

e-Bility respects the privacy of every individual and organisation that visits this web site or submits a response to any of the online forms/surveys provided. The following statement discloses the information gathering and dissemination practices for e-bility.com.

Data gathering of information that is not personally identifiable

In general, you can visit any part of e-Bility.com without telling us who you are, or revealing any information about yourself. Our web site stats track the domains from which people visit, as well as the type of operating system, screen resolution and the browser software used. This data is collected automatically and used in aggregate form to determine trends (such as geographic location and ISP) relating to each area of our site.

Analysing the collective characteristics of visitors to e-Bility.com and measuring usage for different initiatives helps us to improve our services and better tailor our content, design and navigation to best meet the needs and preferences of our visitors. We may also provide statistical information on the broad demographics of e-Bility's audience to our business partners, advertisers and potential advertisers/sponsors.

By using our web site you are consenting to the collection and use of information about you that cannot be personally identified.

Use of personally identifiable information

In some circumstances we may ask you to voluntarily provide us with certain personal information, eg when you join our mailing list or submit a web site contribution. We may use your personally identifiable information to contact you. However, we will not publish, give, trade or sell your personally identifiable information to anyone else without your permission.

If you have submitted personally identifiable information to e-Bility.com and would like that information to be deleted from our records, please contact us.

Third party web sites and external links

e-Bility.com contains links to other Internet sites, and is host to web sites, web brochures, supplier pages for other companies and organisations. Wherever possible we encourage all our partners, contributors and third parties whose web sites, home pages, advertisements, or links are co-located on e-Bility's site to implement policies and practices that respect the privacy of our visitors. However, we are not responsible for the privacy practices of these third parties.

Web site security

e-Bility's web site is primarily an information service. Transactions are limited to opt-in registration processes (such as newsletter registration) message boards (forums) and some script functionality (such as a cookie that momentarily stores information about your screen resolution so the page design can be optimised for low resolutions, and search options or applications that send your selection back to the server so the correct information can be delivered to the web page).

Visitors using e-Bility's site should be aware that the Internet is not a secure network and there is always a potential risk that your transactions can be viewed or intercepted. You are advised not to send credit card details, sensitive or confidential information from any of the forms on this web site unless hosted on a secure server. Transactions delivered via a secure server use 128-bit encryption to ensure the information is delivered safely.

Every endeavour is made to ensure that downloadable files are free from computer viruses or defects. The safest files to download are plain text. Where users choose to download files from e-Bility.com or one of the third party web sites on e-Bility.com they are responsible for taking the necessary precautions to check for viruses or corrupted files. e-Bility IDEAS Inc accepts no liability for any damages incurred to a user's computer system, data or software in connection with this site.

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