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accurate as possible, the information is provided in good faith "as
is" without any express or implied warranty. There is no guarantee given
as to the completeness accuracy or currency of any information or data on this
web site. Flow Simulation Ltd. does not accept responsibility for any loss
or damage caused by use of the information contained in this web site or
any software downloaded from it. Software downloaded from the server is subject
to the licensing terms in the Licence Agreement that accompanies the software.
All access and use is at the risk of the user.
This web site includes links to other web sites which may be relevant, but which
we do not control. Flow Simulation Ltd. is not responsible for these
sites and does not endorse their content.
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Policy and to our processing of personal information for the purposes stated.
Except where otherwise stated, the contents of this web site are
copyrighted works of Flow Simulation Ltd., all rights reserved, and are for your
personal and non-commercial use, such that you may not modify, copy, distribute,
transmit, display, perform, reproduce, publish, license, create derivative works
from, transfer, or sell any information, software, products or services obtained
from this web site.
We are committed to respecting your online privacy and recognize your need for
appropriate protection and management of any personal information you share with
us. We do not make any information we obtain as a result of your using this site
available to third parties. Flow Simulation Ltd. is the sole owner of any
information collected. Any information you supply to us is used only for the
purpose indicated. We take all reasonable precautions to
protect the information you supply to us from unauthorized access or disclosure.
Though we would make every effort to preserve user privacy, we might have to
disclose personal information by law if we were ever required to comply
with a judicial proceeding, court order or legal process served on us.
We do not require you to "log in", register or supply information to us in order
to use this web site. We do not use browser "cookies" or other visitor tracking
devices. If you use the site to register software, we will collect contact
information from you which is used to enable us to keep you informed about
updates to and new versions of the software.
If you use the site to place an order directly with us, (as opposed to through
an external site such as Amazon.com or Paypal.com), we will collect contact
information (e.g. name, email and shipping address) in order to be able to
fulfil the order and financial information (e.g. credit card number and
expiry date) for billing purposes. We may use an outside shipping company to
ship orders, and a credit card processing company to bill users for goods
and services. These companies have advised us that they do not share
information with other parties, or use personally identifiable information for
any secondary purposes without your permission.
Like most web sites, our web servers log IP addresses, browser and platform
type, date and time, and referring pages only for the purpose of overall
statistical analysis of web site usage patterns.
We do not use unsolicited bulk email. Because of the nature of email protocols
it is possible for third parties to "spoof" an originating address in an email
so that it appears to come from us, and unfortunately there is nothing we can do
to prevent this. You can stop the delivery of any genuine promotional e-mail
from a Flow Simulation Ltd. site or service by following the instructions in the
e-mail you receive, or simply replying to the email and asking for your details
to be removed from our systems.
We have tried to keep the content simple and limited to standard browser
functionality, and these pages should still work acceptably even if scripting is
disabled (or unsupported) in the browser. We have tried to keep our HTML
consistent with W3C recommendations. To some extent this is enforced by our
content management system.
These constraints make it more likely that our site will be useable with less
common browsers, and accessible to users with disabilities. It should also
ensure that our pages load reasonably quickly even on a modest speed internet