We are committed to protecting your privacy, and to keeping you informed of how we use information that is collected when you access this website. As this website does not have user accounts and log-ins, that information is limited, aggregated and anonymized.


We track information about our visitors, including how and when you access the website, for example your referring site, date and time of access, browser and device type, unique device identifiers, IP address, mobile network or log information. This is done to maintain functionality, measure analytics of site visitors, detect vulnerabilities or security threats, improve or customize user experience, and research our audience, in aggregate and anonymized.


We use cookies and other tracking tools. Cookies are small files created in your web browser when you visit our website that allow us to recognize your browser or device. You can opt out of cookies the first time you access the site on a browser or device, by clicking ‘No thanks’. You may also be able to change your browser or device preferences to disable or otherwise limit the function of cookies. We do not assume responsibility for the cookies of third parties.


Information that we collect may be shared with other parties under certain circumstances. These include affiliates involved in the creation of site content; in the case of structural changes that transfer our content to a third party; and if we have reason to believe an imminent security threat necessitates the sharing of the information. This data is aggregated, anonymized and cannot be used to identify you personally.


We monitor the website for potential attacks and vulnerabilities. However, we cannot guarantee that third parties will not be able to defeat our security measures. By accessing the website, you acknowledge that you provide any personal information — principally through the newsletter sign-up and contact form — at your own risk.

Your rights

You have several general choices and rights when it comes to the information collected about you. For example, users located in a country falling under the scope of the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) may have the right to request access to your personal data, as well as correction, deletion or limitation of use. Users in California may have some additional rights under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), such as the right to be informed if any of your personal data is sold and opt out of future sales of your data.

Children’s rights

We do not knowingly collect information from children under the age of 13. If we become aware that personal information of a child under the age of 13 has been collected, we will delete that information as quickly as possible.

Please contact us with any questions. ∎