1. Terms and Conditions
Please read these terms and conditions carefully. By making use of this web site, you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions set out below and any additional terms and conditions set forth on individual pages of the web site. If you do not wish to be bound by these terms and conditions, do not continue to use or access this web site. This agreement is governed by Scots Law and jurisdiction.
All information on and distributed via this site is the copyright of the Scottish Timber Trade Association (STTA). Reproduction in whole or in part of any content on or distributed via this site is permitted only with the written permission of the STTA.
The content held and accessed on this site is for general guidance only and is offered by the STTA as material that may be of interest to users who choose to access this web site. Unless explicitly expressed as the opinion of the STTA no statement, viewpoint, comment, belief, or expression, whether expressed or implied shall be taken to be that of the STTA its directors, officers, employees or partners. Neither can it be taken that the STTA agrees fully or in part with such material. Comments accessed at this site are the viewpoints of the appropriately credited organisation(s) or individual(s) alone.
4. Links to Other Websites
This web site contains links to other sites that are not owned by the STTA or are not under the control of the STTA. These links are provided only as a convenience to users and the STTA is not responsible for the content provided on any of these sites nor does it endorse the material provided on them. Inclusion of these links does not necessarily imply any association with the operators of these sites. While every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the contents of this site, no responsibility for loss or damage occasioned to any person acting or refraining from action as a result of any statement in it can be accepted by the authors or publishers.
5. Passive Information Collection
As you navigate through a Web site, certain information can be passively collected (that is, gathered without your actively providing the information) using various technologies and means, such as Internet Protocol addresses, cookies, Internet tags, and navigational data collection. An “IP Address” is a number assigned to your computer by your Internet service provider so you can access the Internet and is generally considered to be non-personally identifiable information, because in most cases an IP address is dynamic (changing each time you connect to the Internet), rather than static (unique to a particular user’s computer). We use your IP address to diagnose problems with our server, report aggregate information, determine the fastest route for your computer to use in connecting to our site, and administer and improve the site. This site uses IP Addresses. “Internet tags” (also known as single-pixel GIFs, clear GIFs, invisible GIFs, and 1-by-1 GIFs) are not stored on the visitor’s computer. They tell the Web site server information such as the IP address and browser type and computer platform in use by the visitor. This site uses Internet tags. “Navigational data” (“log files,” “server logs,” and “clickstream” data) are used for system management, to improve the content of the site, for market research purposes, and to communicate information to visitors. This site uses navigational data.
To make this site simpler, we sometimes place small data files on your computer. These are known as cookies. Most big websites do this too. They improve things by: remembering settings, so you don’t have to keep re-entering them whenever you visit a new page remembering information you’ve given (eg your postcode) so you don’t need to keep entering it measuring how you use the website so we can make sure it meets your needs Our cookies aren’t used to identify you personally. They’re just here to make the site work better for you. Indeed, you can manage and/or delete these small files as you wish. A “cookie” is a bit of information that a Web site sends to your Web browser that helps the site remember information about you and your preferences. “Session” cookies are temporary bits of information that are erased once you exit your Web browser window or otherwise turn your computer off. Session cookies are used to improve navigation on Web sites and to collect aggregate statistical information. This site does not use session cookies. “Persistent” cookies are small bits of data that are saved on your computer and used to restore your preferences or to identify your computer to the Web server during return visits to the Web site. This site does not use persistent cookies. To learn more about cookies and how to manage them, visit AboutCookies.org.