1. Information we Collect
Like most websites, we collect and use data in log files. This may include:
General Info – This includes your Internet Protocol (IP) Address, Internet Service Provider (ISP), the date & time you visited the site, which pages you visited, which web browser and device you visited the site on, and how you found our site. This information is used to gather statistics and trends for our website and to monitor site traffic.
Comments – When you leave a comment on a post, your Internet Protocol (IP) Address will be stored on our server. You must also enter a valid email address when leaving a comment, which will also be stored on our server. This cannot be seen by anybody else besides the website admin. The reasoning for adding a valid email address is for spam prevention. If you would like any comments that you have left removed, you can contact us at mail [at] harryninetyfour.co.uk with the email address you used for submitting your comment(s).
Contact Form – When submitting a message through our contact form you must enter a valid email address. The email address that you entered will be the email address we send a reply to. A log file is also created automatically which will store your Internet Protocol (IP) Address and also your email address.
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Last updated: December 2nd, 2017