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Privacy Policy – Collective Knowledge Portal:

This web site is owned and operated by John Wiley & Sons Ltd (“Wiley”).

HOW TO CONTACT US

If you have any questions about this web site or our privacy policy, please contact us by writing to Wiley Nautical, John Wiley & Sons Ltd, The Atrium, Southern Gate, Chichester, PO19 8SQ, UK.

OUR APPROACH TO PRIVACY

We want people who visit our web site to be able to take part fully in the activities and offers we provide. We also want to make sure that when we collect information from you we do so in a way that does not infringe your right to privacy. This Privacy Policy is designed to give you useful information about your rights and the way we collect and use personal information.

We do not ask you to disclose any more information than is reasonably necessary to enable you to participate in an activity on our web site and to improve the web site.

We do not generally disclose personal information we have collected from you through this web site to third parties. We may do so sometimes, in which case we will say so when the information is collected and you will be able to inform us that you do not want us to do this. This will not stop you enjoying the site, you can simply tell us that you are happy for us to have the information so you can take part in the activities we offer, but that you do not want us to pass that information on.

Other than as described in this Privacy Policy, we do not maintain any personal information obtained from users through this web site in a retrievable form.

THE INFORMATION WE COLLECT AND HOW WE USE IT

When you want to participate in activities on our web site, this is the sort of information we ask for and how we use it:

We only keep the personal information you submit for these purposes until we have made use of it in these ways.

COOKIES

We use cookies on this web site. Cookies are alphanumeric identifiers that we transfer to your computer's hard drive through your web browser. They enable us to recognize your web browser. In effect, cookies tell us when you have visited our website and where you have been, but they do not identify you personally - just the presence of your browser. We use cookies to see how often people visit our website and what they look at. This helps us to know what parts of the website are popular - what people are interested in - so we can make sure we have more interesting material on the website in future. If you don't want us to be able to do this, your browser's help section should be able to tell you how you can disable or filter cookies and how to arrange for your browser to tell you when you've been sent a new cookie.

John Wiley & Sons Ltd, The Atrium, Southern Gate, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 8SQ, UK