EvoNet respects your anonymity. You are welcome to visit EvoWeb without revealing any information that identifies you personally. While our server collects the data that your browser sends when it requests a web page, we cannot use this information to determine your identity. However, we do use it to study site usage in order to improve the structure and content of EvoWeb.
You may decide to send us information that identifies you:
- by including your personal contact details when adding a record to the EvoNet database (for example, if you tell us about a conference that you are organising and choose to include your own name and email address),
- by posting a message to the EvoWeb forum,
- by applying to become a member of EvoNet.
In all the above cases, the details you provide will be posted on EvoWeb for other users to access. You should be aware that, once it is in the public domain, this information can also be collected and used by others and may result in unsolicited messages from other individuals or organisations. However, EvoNet itself will not rent, trade or sell this information to another party. Furthermore, we endeavour to organise the information on our site in a way that discourages direct marketing organisations from making use of your personal details.
You may also provide us with information that identifies you:
- by contacting us directly by email
- by filling out an online survey or questionnaire.
If you contact us directly by email, we may - if necessary - use your details in order to respond to your request, but we will not retain or distribute lists of email addresses to any external parties. When you voluntarily provide us with personal information as part of a survey, we will use it solely to improve the content and structure of EvoWeb. You are under no obligation to participate in such surveys.