According to current EU online privacy regulations, anonymous users can, upon visiting this website for the first time, decide whether they agree on the storage of cookies from this website or not.
To guarantee the utmost level of privacy for anonymous users this website offers a SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) encrypted version.
Websites that use the standard HTTP protocol transmit and receive data in an unsecured manner. This means it is possible for someone to eavesdrop on the data transferred between the user and the web server. While this is unlikely, it is not a comforting thought. Therefore, secure websites use the HTTPS protocol to encrypt the data being sent back and forth with SSL. If someone were to capture any data being transferred via HTTPS, it would be unrecognizable.
If a website is secure or not can be checked by looking at the URL in the address field of the Web browser. If the web address starts with https://, it is the secure version of the website. Most browsers will also display a lock icon somewhere along the edge of the URL tab to indicate the currently visited website is secure. By clicking the lock icon, one can view the SSL certificate that authenticates the website.
This website does not log anonymous user activity by default, including searches. The only context in which the IP addresses of anonymous users are logged concerns error messages ("access denied" and "page not found" events), which are monitored for protecting the website’s security.