ATSF is a limited company based in the United Kingdom. We provide web site design and build services, training in aspects of interactive media, and consultancy. We have no connection with any erstwhile American railroad.
iConnection is a trading style of ATSF and the information on this page also applies to that web site.
All web pages under the domain atsf.co.uk are copyright of ATSF and/or Elaine england and Andy Finney. Material on this web site is provided for personal and internal business use only and may not be republished without permission. You can download or print out any of this web site for your own use. Please do not include inline links to images on this web site in your own web pages (this makes the images appear to be in your web page) and do not frame any of our pages as this makes them appear to have an incorrect domain name.
Links to this web site should be to the top level pages (that is www.atsf.co.uk/atsf and www.atsf.co.uk/mim) as other pages may change. No guarantee is made that any page on this site will not change or be removed.
We will take reasonable steps to ensure that the content of this web site is accurate but we do not make any representations or warranties, either express or implied, that the site will be free from any error or omission in the information or that its availability will not be interrupted. You agree that the service is provided on an 'as is', 'as available', and 'with all faults' basis. We disclaim all warranties, expressed or implied, including, but not limited to, merchantability or fitness for any purpose.
When you visit this web site, your visit is logged by our web server as is the case with most web sites. This log information is statistically analysed by our technical staff to show trends in the use of the web site, such as the popularity of particular pages and photographs.
This log information does not identify you personally. It does not identify your email address. It may include the IP address and/or fully qualified domain name of the computer you use but this does not identify you personally. You should be aware that this information might identify the company you work for (if you access the web site from your place of work), or your Internet Service Provider.
We log clicks on the links to other web sites, that are included in our pages. This is to help us determine the popularity of such links. Since this link-logging is included in our web logs, it will record the identity of the computer making the request.
If you access our web site by way of a firewall, a proxy server or any other kind of router then it is the address of the router that will appear in our logs and not the address of your computer.
At this time we do not use any cookies ourselves.
Any email correspondence is considered to be confidential unless agreed otherwise, for example if you offer a comment or correction to one of our web pages. Under no circumstances will we pass your contact information on to third parties.