Cookie and Privacy Policy

Our Privacy Policy

We are commited to protecting your privacy, and also to protecting children.

  • This website is aimed at a general audience, not children.
  • We do not knowingly collect information from anyone under 13, and you must be at least 13 to use our contact form.
  • Parents and guardians, please supervise your child’s internet use.

Note: To read the following items, click on arrows to expand them:


We collect two types of Data:

1. COOKIES

What are cookies?

Cookies are small harmless text files or ID tags a website places on your computer or device when you visit it. They cannot be traced to your personal identity, read your hard-drive, or cause viruses.

You can control or decline cookies.

Learn how to control or decline cookies at All About Cookies.

What 6 types of cookies does this website employ and what are they used for?

1) Strictly necessary cookies, which allow this website to perform its basic functions, including enabling registered users to authenticate.
2) Functionality cookies, which store user preferences and keep track of their movements on the website, where they left off, their registered login, preferences, and other customization functions such as account name, language, and location.
3) Security cookies, that help identify and prevent potential security risks.
4) Analytics and performance cookies, that collect information on how users interact with the website, pages visited, etc.
5) Third party or embedded content, which may also set cookies and use them to track your online activity. These include social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter (through the use of sharing buttons) or embedded content from services such as Youtube and Vimeo. We have no direct control over the information that is collected by these cookies.
6) WordPress and partner cookies, WordPress and their partners also set cookies for commenting and subscription purposes, etc. (Learn more by reading the WordPress cookie policy.)

2. PERSONALLY-IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION (PII)

What is PII?

PII is data which could reveal your identity or personally-identifiable information.

What PII do we collect from you on this website?

The only PII we collect is your name and email address, when and if you voluntarily submit it.

How and when do we collect your PII?

We only collect PII when and if you voluntarily submit it through our contact form. You must be at least 13 years old to use this form.

How do we use your PII?

We use PII to facilitate your subscriptions to this blog, and to enable us to repond to your comments and inquiries.

What information does WordPress.com collect about you?

This website is powered by WordPress.com and they may also collect information about you. Learn more by reading the WordPress Privacy Policy.

  • We do not share personal data with others.
  • Anonymous data, however, is sent to statistical and analytical services, for the purpose of improving our service.
  • If you submit a query through our contact page, we respond via email, but rest assured that we never publish email addresses.

We may divulge personal data to law enforcement at our own discretion, or if required to do so by law.


  • Embedded content (from YouTube, Vimeo, etc.) behaves in the exact same way as if the visitor had visited that website.
  • These sites may use cookies and collect data, especially if you are a logged in user.

If you click on a third party link, you will be directed to their website and should review their Privacy Policies.

Links to other websites do not necessarily imply our endorsement of those sites, their owners, or their content.


Changes to this Privacy Policy:

We may change this privacy policy as we deem necessary from time to time, or as required by law. You should check this page regularly to ensure you are keeping up to date.


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