Privacy Policy
 
What is the guiding privacy policy of this site
What information is collected about me
What is the User Agent
What is the Referrer
What is the IP Address
What is a Sesion
What is the Cookie
How will I be notified of changes to this privacy policy
 
This policy is dated 30 January 2016 and supersedes all previous privacy policies for this site.
 
What is the guiding privacy policy of this site (http://eniware.com.au)?
The guiding privacy policy of this site is that no information concerning you shall be given to a third party without your consent.
 

What information is collected about me?
No personally identifying information is collected as you browse this site.
The following identifying information is seen by our Web server and may be stored in our logs (like most Web servers). This information is used for statistical analysis and session control (as explained below) and not to personally identify you. Indeed, in most cases the information could not personally identify you and even where it could, it would require the co-operation of your Internet Service Provider (ISP).
User Agent CCBot/2.0 (https://commoncrawl.org/faq/) 
Referrer  
IP Address 3.219.31.204 
Cookie  
 

What is the User Agent?
The User Agent information reports which Web browser you are using and what operating system your computer is using. Different Web browsers can display information on the screen differently. If you are using an old Web browser some functions do not work correctly if at all. By knowing which Web browser you are using the Web server can adjust the Web page to display correctly. Your browser has identified itself as CCBot 2 and your operating system as
 

What is the Referrer?
The Referrer is the last page you visited before this one. This can be used statistically to know how you arrived at this site but does not personally identify you in any way. If you just type in a Web address (URL) then the referrer will be blank.
 

What is the IP Address?
Every computer connected to the Internet has an IP address. However the IP address that you see above may not be the one for your computer. If you are behind a corporate firewall or router then the IP address is probably the address of the firewall or router and not your actual computer. Most people connect to the internet through an Internet Service Provider (ISP). The ISP often dynamically allocates IP addresses for the duration of your session so that each time you connect you get a different IP address from a pool of addresses controlled by the ISP.

In short, tracing your IP address will come to a dead end at your ISP unless you have a permanent static IP address and you explicitly advertise who you are.
 

What is a Session?
Firstly, the Internet is stateless meaning that every request made by a Web browser for a particular Web page opens a new connection on a Web server that is immediately closed after the page is returned. If however the Web browser is able to identify itself to the Web server when the next Web page is requested then there exists the possibility of continuity. This continuity is called a session and is a continuous period of time during which a user's Web browser is viewing Web pages within the same server or domain.

By having a continuous session you are able to transmit selections to the Web server that will result in customised Web pages. The classic example of this is the e-commerce site where you have a shopping basket and the items you choose appear in your basket unseen by other users of the Web site.

There are several methods of maintaining a session, each with differing merits and levels of security. One of these methods is through the use of cookies (see below).

The session expires when the Web browser is closed or the session times out due to inactivity.

If your data from a prior session needed to be retrieved then you would have to first identify yourself by logging in so that your old data and authorities can be linked to the new session.
 

What is the Cookie?
Because our Web pages are dynamic and respond to your selections and input, we need to identify you to our Web server. We do this through cookies as all other identifying information is inadequate. A cookie is a small file stored on your computer hard disk. The cookie we place on your hard disk contains the information displayed above. This in no way identifies you personally. Each time you connect to our Web site you will receive a new cookie that will replace any existing cookie for our site. The cookie is not deleted from your hard disk when you leave our site but will become stale. You may delete the cookie if you like as a new cookie will be created on your next visit. If you delete the cookie during your visit to our site then your session will be broken and you may be redirected back to our home page. We do not read cookies from other sites nor are we even interested in cookies from other sites. Most browser settings would not allow us to read cookies from other sites.

Your selections are stored on our Web server for the duration of your session.
 

How will I be notified of changes to this privacy policy?
If this privacy policy changes then those changes will be posted here. You will not be personally advised but will be required to read this policy statement. If the policy date has not changed then nor has this policy.
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