Updated: 3 April, 2021
Most privacy policies are impossible to understand. I know, because I just spent ages trying to adapt a template to use on this website.
So, from one human being to another, here’s a run-down of how this website uses your data. If you have any questions or concerns, please email me, firstname.lastname@example.org
Remember the GDPR? The flurry of emails about data security that hit your inbox in May 2018? Well, since then, you can’t visit a website without dismissing a cookie banner, and I’ve been unable to access some really interesting bits of research because some US sites won’t let me view them from the UK.
Irritations aside, GDPR is a good thing. It requires that businesses obtain your explicit consent before they can sign you up to receive marketing communications.
GDPR also gives you the right to:
It’s okay. It’s not that type of cookie. Cookies are just simple text files. Your web browser uses them to record settings for websites you visit.
I also use Google Analytics. This allows me to see how many people visit different pages on my site, and to understand how they navigate my website. This also requires cookies.
I only collect the personal information I need in order to communicate with you for the purposes of planning and completing your project. You’ll find my contact form on Calendly, where I ask you to submit various details including your name and email address. You can also email me directly.
I don’t sell, trade or share this information.
I use Google Drive to store and manage data. Google is registered by Privacy Shield.
But if you have any questions, do ping me an email at email@example.com.
Thanks for dropping by.