By using The Owl and the Accordion, you’re agreeing to the collection and usage of your data.
We will never sell or distribute your name, email address or any personal data to any third party.
When you leave a comment via the form on The Owl and the Accordion, we collect your name, email address and internet protocol (‘IP’) address. Email addresses are never shown, but users can choose to link their names to their blog addresses or Google profile pages.
At The Owl and the Accordion, we use a third party service called Google Analytics to gather information on visitors to the site. It collects details on age, gender, geographical location, Internet Service Provider and IP address, as well as telling us what type of technology you’re using to browse with; this information is never shared or sold, and is only used to assess web page popularity and tailor future content to the users needs. Individual users names and addresses cannot be identified by the information collected by Google Analytics.
EXTERNAL WEB LINKS
At The Owl and the Accordion, we like to share the love and often link to external websites and blogs. Please be aware that other websites will have different privacy policies, and may choose to process your data in a different manner. Once you have left The Owl and the Accordion, we accept no responsibility for how your details are used, and advise caution on where and when you choose to share your information.
ACCESS TO PERSONAL INFORMATION
You are entitled to request copies of any information we hold, and ask that we delete it at any time. To do this, please send an email to email@example.com.
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- To record website data usage
- Store information about your preferences
- Recognise when you return to our website