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Like most people, I use Google Analytics to see how my web site is used, but this doesn't capture any personal information about you, and I certainly don't gather data about you in any other way without telling you. There's no hidden market intelligence stuff on the site. But you can decline cookies if you really want to, and I'll suppress Google Analytics.
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I thought I’d better include this page, though you don’t need to fear any invasion of privacy on my part.
The site may use Google Analytics to monitor visits and so on, but it can’t track individuals.
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If you submit your email address to the site so that I can alert you when my books are published, that’s what I’ll use it for. I won’t take advantage of it to market other stuff at you (I don’t have any other stuff to market) or sell it to anyone else. If you submit your address in order to contact me, then obviously I’ll use it to reply to you. If you submit it with a book review, I’ll keep it on record, but certainly won’t publish it on any website. Finally, if you contribute to my blog, you need to provide your email address, but it won’t be shown on the page or used for anything else.
*Specifically the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations.