Each individual who navigates to our website has their IP address logged. When you connect your computer to the internet, a number known as an IP address is automatically issued to it. This address is used to identify your computer on the internet. We make use of IP addresses to help diagnose issues with our server, to manage our website, to analyse trends, to track users’ movement, to gather broad demographic information for aggregate usage so that we may enhance the website, and to offer customised and individualised content. There is no connection between IP addresses and personally identifying information.
Encryption using SSL (Secure Socket Layer) is used to the transmission of any and all information given to UK Servers Concern. The Secure Sockets Layer, or SSL, is a tried-and-true coding method that enables your web browser to automatically encrypt, or scramble, data prior to its transmission to us. We additionally protect account information by placing it on a secure component of our website, which is only accessible by select trained employees of UK Servers Concern. This section of our website is only visible to those workers who have been given permission to view it. However, unfortunately, no data transmission over the internet can be guaranteed to be one hundred percent safe. We will make every effort to protect the information you provide, but we cannot guarantee or represent that such information will be secure.
Our website includes connections to the websites of other organisations. Please be aware that when you click on any of these links, you will be sent to a new website that is not maintained by UK Servers Concern and for which we are not responsible. We strongly suggest that you take the time to read the privacy rules of every one of these sites, since their protocols may be different from ours.