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This website does not set any cookies for user tracking.

This website does not use externally hosted or managed client-side services for analytics or user tracking.

Embedded content such as YouTube videos specifically requests content without user tracking or cookies.

There is no advertising on this website or monetisation of traffic.

No personally identifiable information is collected by this website owner, although this website is hosted by GitHub, on GitHub Pages, which is owned by Microsoft. The GitHub Privacy Statement says:

GitHub may collect User Personal Information from visitors to your GitHub Pages website, including logs of visitor IP addresses, to comply with legal obligations, and to maintain the security and integrity of the Website and the Service.

Content dated: 19th May 2020
Last checked: 28th June 2020

This website uses Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) to provide you with the relevant fonts, website layout support, and browser scripting to make the website work as intended. These services are: Google Fonts API, Bootstrap, and jQuery:

Privacy information about Google Fonts API is available from this Google FAQ:

No cookies are sent by website visitors to the Google Fonts API. Requests to the Google Fonts API are made to resource-specific domains, such as fonts.googleapis.com or fonts.gstatic.com. This means your font requests are separate from and don’t contain any credentials you send to google.com while using other Google services that are authenticated, such as Gmail.” … Google Fonts logs records of the CSS and the font file requests, and access to this data is kept secure. Aggregate usage numbers track how popular font families are and are published on our analytics page.

Content dated: 3rd March 2020
Last checked: 28th June 2020

The CDNs for Bootstrap and jQuery are hosted by StackPath, who’s Privacy Policy is on their website. Neither CDN sets any client-side cookies upon loading this website.

This website also uses Cloudflare to help us optimise image and content delivery. Cloudflare may place a cookie in your browser to provide its services—this is a technical cookie and thus you cannot opt out from it. You can read more these cookies on this Cloudflare support document:

The _cflb, _cf_bm, and _cfduid cookies are strictly necessary to provide the services requested by our Customers (as defined in our Privacy Policy)…

Content dated: 17th June 2020
Last checked: 28th June 2020

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