No data transmission over the Internet is entirely secure from intrusion,
however Quicksilver Press uses commercially reasonable methods
Press uses any personally identifiable information which is collected from
you during your visit to our Barbary Coast Trail web site.
Quicksilver Press will not share or disclose your personally identifiable
information with any other party unless we are legally obliged to do so
(e.g. as a result of a legitimate request from governmental agency, court
or other entity). Should you make a purchase, it will of course be necessary
to pass your information to our bank to enable your payment to be
Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Technology
Should you decide to make a purchase, you will be passed to a secure area
of our server. This area makes use of SSL technology which is the leading
security protocol for data transfer over the Internet. This protocol scrambles
the information which passes between your browser and our server.
We use emails to communicate with you, to confirm your placed
orders, and to send information that you have requested. We will not knowingly
you unsolicited emails beyond those emails required to enable your purchase
to be fulfilled.We also provide email links, as on our Contact
to allow you to contact us directly. We strive to promptly reply to your
The information you send to us may be stored and used to improve this site
and our products, or it may be reviewed and discarded. However, your information
will only be shared with third parties with your explicit permission.
Public Areas of our Web Site
When you use the parts of the Barbary Coast Trail website for which you
do not have to enter your details, we do not collect any personally identifiable
information about your use.
to time. Please check back here should you use the Barbary Coast Trail
web site at a later date.
All web sites write log files to enable the use of the server
to be monitored. These logs are used to analyze the visitors’ behavior
and enables us to improve our web site. The log files include such things
as a list of all
the pages visited, the type of browser used by the visitor and where the
visitor was referred to our site from. If you are not logged in, this is
all anonymous and we do not track who you are.
A cookie is a small piece of information which your browser can store on
behalf of a website. In some areas of our site, such as when making a purchase,
we may ask your browser to store a cookie for us. This means that we can
track you as an individual, make decisions on what questions to ask you
next and ensure that you are logged on correctly.