Alexander McIlwraith

Privacy and Legal



Cookies are small data files that are sent to your browser and stored on your computer's hard drive when you visit certain websites.

Session cookies are used on our site to track you through the site to make navigation easier and ensure the site runs properly. Session cookies are deleted when you close your browser or clear your cookies. Additionally, some sections of the website that are hosted on a different server may not have access to cookies from other sections of the website.

Persistent cookies are cookies that are saved between visits to our sites. They are used to help track preferences you have expressed when using our site.

Our sites also use cookies to track visits (See: Web Analytics) and to make it more convenient for you to move around the site.

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Web analytics

We use web analytics services including Google Analytics to help analyze the use of our websites. These tools use cookies to collect and generate information about your visits to our sites that is transmitted to their servers for processing. We study patterns of website activity to can improve the experience of visitors.

The use of these tools does not allow us or our analytics service providers to identify individuals.

Web Forms

Web forms allow you to interact with the website.

Our contact form collects information solely for the purpose of sending and troubleshooting sending us a message. Your information is collected in log format as well as in the message that is sent to the intended recipient. The information is used to create and send the message to the contact message address defined by the server and then discarded by the server. This information is never repurposed for sending you information other than in response to your message.

In the Tools section (, form information provided may be transmitted to the server for processing. Uploaded files are used in a temporary fashion to process the uploaded information to delivered back to you. It is not stored in a permanent manner, though temporary versions of the file may reside until cleared by the application or an administrator.

Updated: 9 May 2024