Code-of-ConductCode of Conduct:

Use of our online services (which include any member facilities, URL link submission facilities and our news blog article comments), are strictly governed by our code of conduct. We use cookies to track activity on this website. Click here to find out more >

Users should not post articles/comments that have no relation to the subject matter of this website. We reserve the right to edit or delete submitted articles prior to publication on this website.

The posting of articles that may be offensive to people on the grounds of ethnicity, disability, sex, religion or culture is not permitted under any circumstances.

Users should avoid uploading images (where such facility is provided) which are likely to cause offence.

Where users exchange views, we would ask that exchanges on topical issues are not hostile – disagree agreeably!

WAITS will not agree posts or comments for public display which are fundamentally contrary to our convictions and beliefs.

We reserve the right to cancel the site membership or block access of any users in breach of this code of conduct.


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WAITS does not share your personal information collected on this website without your consent (where requested or given freely) with third parties in part or whole (except email addresses where consented in member only facilities as stated below).

Such information is normally stored on either a password protected computer, in read-only files or on the WAITS websites secure server and is not held on paper documents.

Our primary Newsmail Service is hosted by Mailchimp and governed by their privacy policy. Any secondary email services are hosted on the websites secure server and governed by our own policies.

Email addresses are hidden in any group emails sent out by the WAITS or the website moderators, however they may be visible in any Forums we provide unless you opt to hide your personal information when using such facilities.

We do not send unsolicited emails as a matter of practice, however certain emails of such or similar nature may be sent in isolated/appropriate circumstances for the purposes of making general enquiries on our own behalf or that of a third party.