Your privacy

I’ve tried to be as clear as possible about your privacy when using this site.

The short version is that I have no interest in tracking you, and have done my best to ensure that I don’t. If you feel that I’m falling short in this regard, please let me know, and I’ll do my best to fix the problem.

Your personal information

There are a couple of reasons why you might choose to give me some of your personal information:

  • You subscribe to my newsletter.
  • You contact me directly, or via a contact form.

In each case your details are stored securely, although probably not on a server I control:

The above links take you directly to the privacy policy for each provider. Regardless of where your information is held, I’ll never share it with anyone outside of Manifest (the company), or the aforementioned suppliers.

If at any point you’d like me to remove your information from any of these systems, just send me an email. I know, the irony.

Cookies

This website uses Cookies, for two reasons:

  1. To enable basic functionality, such as user sessions. This site is built on Craft CMS, and they’ve put together a helpful guide to Craft’s use of Cookies.
  2. To enable basic website analytics (so I can see which blog posts are the least unpopular, for example). I recently switched to using Fathom for analytics, primarily because they actually give a damn about your privacy.

No Cookies are used for advertising purposes, or other nefarious means. I also have no idea why I’m capitalising the word “cookies”, but apparently this is the Done Thing in Privacy Policies.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me at privacy@manifest.uk.com.