You are entitled to know what information we hold about you. At your request we will correct or delete any information which is wrong, or which you do not wish us to hold. You may opt out of any communications initiated by us by clicking on the “unsubscribe” link in any e-mail you receive, or by notifying us at the email address published in the contact section of this website.
We do not actively collect personal information during your use of this website but as part of the normal interaction between website visitor and website provider your IP address may be recorded in server logs – an IP address can partly identify you, or at least show where you are accessing the Internet from. If this concerns you, you can avoid revealing your location by using a VPN when navigating the Internet.
If you choose to subscribe to receive free content from us via email, you will need provide your email address to our third-party mailing list provider. They offer you the option to unsubscribe at any time. You will find an unsubscribe link at the bottom of any bulk email that is sent to you.
We regularly back up the emails of subscribers to our secure archive in order that we will be able to continue to email articles to those who have asked to receive them in the event of a catastrophic failure at our third-party mailing list provider.
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This site is funded by donations from users. If you choose to donate, your name and card details will be processed and retained by a trusted organisation such as Paypal. Your card details will not be shared with us, but your name will be.
For the normal purposes of accountancy and taxation, we are required to retain information on who payments are received from.
We offer donors the option to have their name or organisation name published on our ‘Thanks’ page. We do not normally email donors to thank them, but may do so on occasions. We usually reply to emails that are sent to us.
We will not give, sell, rent, barter or otherwise exchange your email address, IP address, or other identifying information with any other organisation or individual.
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