Using our website
The EAIPortal Limited website is maintained for your personal use and viewing. Please read our conditions of use carefully. Accessing and using this website constitutes acceptance by you of these conditions.
We reserve the right to change the conditions of use at any times. We advise you to review the conditions of use on a regular basis. Accessing and using this website after such changes have been posted constitutes acceptance by you of these conditions.
EAIPortal Limited will take every care and precaution to ensure that the contents and information it publishes on its website is accurate and up to date. Unfortunately it cannot guarantee the accuracy of contents or information contained in its pages and any person using information contained in them does so entirely at their own risk.
Please be advised that you should verify the accuracy of any information before acting upon it. EAIPortal Limited also reserves the right to change information at any time without notice.
The laws of England govern these conditions of use and you agree that the English courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction in any dispute.
Any personal data collected through this website will be treated as confidential in line with the principles of the Data Protection Act 1998.
Cookies and Website Traffic Analysis
When users enter the EAIPortal Limited website their computers will automatically be issued with ‘cookies’. Cookies are text files which identify users’ computers to the EAIPortal Limited server. The website then creates “session” cookies to store some of the preferences of users moving around the website.
Cookies in themselves do not identify individual users but identify only the computer used and they are deleted on departure from the website.
Many websites do this to track traffic flows, whenever users visit those websites.
Users have the opportunity to set their computers to accept all cookies, to notify them when a cookie is issued, or not to receive cookies at any time. The last of these means that certain personalised services cannot then be provided to that user.