GDPR Statement

So at the ninth hour it has been brought to my attention that as a blogger I may well need to make such a statement. I suppose it is better to be safe than sorry. My thanks goes to Mrs Peasbody who has written a very competent and professional GDPR statement which she is allowing other bloggers to use as well:

Effective as of 25 May 2018

Prior to 25 May 2018, if you left a comment on the ‘crossexaminingcrime’ blog, your email address, IP address and/or web address were visible to me (as the person running the blog) on my internal admin page. I’m not sure whether this data will continue to be visible to me once GDPR comes into force, but if so, please be assured that:

  • I will never make use of your personal data without your explicit consent.
  • I will never contact you without your explicit consent.
  • I will never give or sell any of your personal data to a third party.

This is a personal blog and has no commercial status. I do not send out newsletters and therefore do not compile or keep mailing lists. If you have chosen to subscribe to this blog, you may automatically receive an email when new posts appear. You can stop receiving these by clicking unsubscribe or unfollow at the bottom of the email.

Panic over. Now let’s get back to some reading…

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