Privacy policy

Legal stuff and fine print are boring, but since readers and this blog interact with each other frequently, we must make a few points clear in a privacy policy. Please read them.

This site is self-hosted with the WordPress content management system, which store cookies on your device. They allow the site to remember what you visited and how you used our features, displaying them in a personalized way. Our cookies comply with “Do Not Track” requests if you have turned that feature on. We do not access that information.

Google Analytics
We currently use Google Analytics to gather statistics about traffic. This logs information such as location, traffic sources and demographics and they may eventually be used for remarketing.

Web forms
This site currently has Web forms, from which you can send us email and subscribe to email alerts about our posts. Your address can only be used to reply to your messages and send email alerts as requested, but nothing else. If you request your removal from our alerts in the future, we will honor the request and delete it from our records.

Mobile calendar
If you install our mobile calendar, you access its data on our server, but it collects nothing about you.

Personal information
We do not access personal details about readers, such as name, email or contact information, unless you choose to send them to us. We do not use them for our activities with the exception of subscriptions to our updates.

Social media
We are present on the following social media: Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and Instagram. If you interact with us on our accounts, the respective terms and privacy policies of those networks apply. If you are logged in on Facebook, Twitter or Google+, the widgets on our home page may be personalized by such networks but we do not access any of that information. You can tailor it in your accounts.

(Latest update: 3 November, 2014)