Steve Fenton

Privacy Policy

I’m not a business, I’m an individual human. However, I still want to let you know what happens when you visit my website.

I don’t collect data for marketing purposes, although you can buy my books if you choose to look at them and buy them.

My website uses a Content Management System (CMS) that will store some cookies, but not anything containing personal data except in some cases a unique user identifier, which might be a number or random text. I use some CMS extensions that protect my website from malicious web traffic and they have a privacy policy to cover how they use data.

The tools provided for free by Google allow me to find errors on my pages and get a general idea of how the population of awesome web people use my website. Google have a privacy policy that covers how they use your data. I personally never know who you are based on the aggregated data Google show me. I have configured Google to use anonymisation of IP addresses and turned off ad personalisation signals.

I receive contact forms by email and I keep them in my email archive if they say nice things. You can contact me to request that I delete all emails that you have sent. I don’t share data or use it for marketing purposes, which is why I don’t ask for your permission to do either of these things.

Browser Extensions

My browser extensions don’t collect or transmit data and only perform transient interactions on the active web page, which are lost on refresh.