Legal / privacy

Personal data and privacy

I am registered under the Data Protection Act 1998 (registration number Z2531576) and, in addition to following all the legal requirements under that and other Acts and regulations, I will not sell any personal data gathered through this website to any third party.

All the email lists you can sign up to via this website include an unsubscribe option at the foot of them.

Cookies

My family of sites may place cookies on the device from which you are accessing the internet. To find out more about what cookies are, see this article from the BBC.

The sites respect requests to block cookies, such as via the cookie options in your web browser. If you do not wish to accept any cookies from my sites, please adjust your settings accordingly.

The sites use cookies in order to collect anonymous usage data (e.g. for Google Analytics, including its Demographics and Interests Reporting feature) and to service any requests that you make (e.g. to remember your details when you post a comment).

The advertising networks that display on this site may also use their own cookies. This includes Google, whose cross-site cookies you can find out more about and opt-out of here. The Amazon affiliate scheme (see below) also uses cookies.

If you interact with other social networks via this site (e.g. Facebook), cookies from those services may also be placed on your machine. In addition, the Facebook and Twitter services on this site use cookies.

Neither the advertising, affiliate nor social networking cookies report any personal data about yourself to myself.

If you want to find out more about any individual cookies that any one of my sites use, please either get in touch or install Ghostery, which provides detailed information about cookies on all the sites you visit.

Clients

A small number of the posts on this site refer to firms who were at the time of writing work clients. Where this is the case, I’ve indicated it in the text of piece if it is not a cross-post from the MHP Communications blog. You may find references to Mandate Communications in older blog posts. Mandate merged with Hogarth and Penrose to form MHP Communications in September 2010. I now work at Blue Rubicon.

Sponsored content and affiliates

I occasionally run sponsored posts from eBuzzing. All of these are labelled as such in the last line of the post and only express views I freely and genuinely hold.

I am a participant in the Amazon Europe S.à.r.l. Associates Programme, an affiliate advertising programme designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.co.uk/Javari.co.uk.

I also participate in occasional other affiliate schemes.

My sites display adverts served up by Google and MessageSpace and also use affiliate links from other firms from time to time. In all cases, these third parties do not supply any of your personal data to me and you should contact them direct for details of their privacy policies and information on how to opt out from their systems.

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