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Privacy Policy

It goes without saying, but I'll say it anyway (you never know who may be watching and taking notes), but all of your personal data will obviously be used in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.

I'm not in the habit of giving or selling your details to other people (grrr... I get enough spam myself to know how annoying this is!) So you won't be getting any nasty inbox surprises. Oh, one reason might be if I'm required to do so by law. But I can't see why that might be. Unless the police are watching you. In which case, stop. Now.

Cookies

Bear with me here... In 2011, an EU online privacy directive became law which states that websites must get consent from each visitor in order to use cookies. If you haven't read this on a million websites already and still don't know, then a cookie is just a little text file which gets saved to your computer or mobile device.

Third party cookies

I use a nifty bit of software called Google Analytics which collects and sorts information about everyone's visit to help me offer you a better website. This is because I can see trends (not individual data) on things like which pages are the most popular (or least popular – yikes!), which countries find my ramblings the most informative, and what other websites are sending me any visitors. And to do all this, it uses cookies.

I know you're all into that social media thing, so to hook you up with your accounts, these other third party cookies may also be used: Facebook and Twitter.

If you got this far, I commend you duly. If you have decided that you'd rather not be involved with all this cookie malarky, that's fine too. You can turn it off in your browser. If you do turn cookies off, you'll still be able to do most important things (like read the content) around here, so I hope you'll stay a bit longer and say hi.

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