- How I collect your information
- What I do with collected information
- What cookies, pixels, and other trackers my site uses and their purpose
- Any advertising networks and their methods/purposes of data collection and ad delivery
- How users of this site can op-in and op-out of their data being collected and stored
- How users of this site can request their data be turned over to them and/or be deleted
- Contact information for site administrators
I use SendGrid to capture your email address, SendGrid is owned by Twilio, you can see their privacy statement here.
The information collected is an email address with no other personal identifying information.
I use the collected information to send weekly emails to subscribers.
If there is a giveaway being run where I need to send you something in the post, like stickers. I will request your address via the email given in the mailing list on SendGrid. Once the post has been sent I will delete any emails with identifying information in them.
I use Fathom Analytics to measure page visits, no cookies, no trackers, you can view the Fathom Analytics privacy statement here
I don’t use any advertising networks on my site.
The data collected by Fathom Analytics is cookieless and is compliant with GDPR, ePrivacy, PECR, CCPA, and COPPA.
You browsing data is not being sent to any big tech companies to be sold off.
If you do not want to send anonymous aggregated data to Fathom Analytics you can opt out from the console on this site.
To open the console in the browser use the following key combinations Control+Shift+J in Windows/Linux or Command+Option+J on macOS
Use the following snippet to block tracking:
If you wish to enable it use this:
As I only collect email addresses for the purposes of the weekly newsletter you can unsubscribe from the mailing list via the email sent.
If you want to contact me see Contact information for site administrators and I will personally remove your email address from SendGrid.
If you need to get in touch, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll action it straight away.
If you are interested in creating your own privacy page search for these companies, I have affiliation with them:
For a way to get to the right information about what the large sites mean in their Terms of Service check out Terms of Service Didn’t Read for a simple breakdown of what the ToS actually means.