This policy only covers the NFF website; links to external sites are not covered.
Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer or other web enabled devices, with your permission, when you browse the internet. They store information to make your site browsing experience better.
• Make our website work as expected
• Allow us to monitor site usage – so we know how our website is performing for visitors
• Remember your settings during and between visits (remembering your search terms etc.)
These cookies are not harmful and they do not contain any information that could personally identify you. Cookies are not executable – that means they don’t run programs and so cannot carry viruses or change how your computer works. Click here for more information on cookies.
Cookies Used on the NFF Website
Strictly Necessary: Website Function Cookies
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First Party Cookies
We use some first party cookies to help you move through the site. Some are session cookies that expire when you end your browsing session, others are persistent and remain between sessions; these cookies are used on our site to remember your search settings and to remember your details if you are re-submitting a contact form.
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Please be aware that restricting cookies may impact the functionality of our website.
Turning Cookies Off
You can switch off/adjust cookies within your internet browser settings. Click this link, select your browser, and follow the instructions.
Spyware and Viruses
Your concerns around cookies may relate to online security, spyware, and viruses. Cookies can’t carry viruses or change how your computer works, so blocking cookies will not protect you from the effects of spyware and viruses. To protect against these threats you should look at installing anti-spyware and anti-virus software.
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The NFF complies with the UK Data Protection Act 1998, and the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulation Act 2003.
Contact details supplied to the NFF (on-line and off-line) will be kept private, and will not be passed on to any third parties without your consent. Data is stored securely.
We store the contact details of those who have subscribed for our Homeport magazine, NFF e-update, and for further information from the NFF, until the time that they unsubscribe. The magazine and e-update have clear and simple opt-out options. If your contact details change and you still want to receive our publications, please notify us:
We may ask you for personal details to help answer your question/resolve your issue/provide you with the information you require. This data is stored securely and is not passed onto any third parties without your consent. If your question/issue/feedback is passed on as evidence to key stakeholders all names/contact details/identifying details will be removed, unless you provide consent.
We may disclose information about you as required by law.
Information may be transferred between the countries in which we operate. These countries may not have Data Protection laws equivalent to those in force in European Economic Areas.
You have the right to access your information. Contact
For more information on your rights under the Data Protection Act 1998 please visit the Information Commissioner's Office website.
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