You could argue that the age of privacy is over. Facebook can recognise your face, Google knows your voice and Apple stores your fingerprint. Yet, I believe you should be able to read my articles with only necessary information being collected about you. I therefore try to collate minimal information when you use my website. However, below is a breakdown of what information is collected and why . . .
You can share your opinion on any article I post by commenting. To protect other users and notify you of any replies, you will need to provide a name and email address. This information will be collated and processed by WordPress, whose privacy policies can be viewed at https://wordpress.org/about/privacy/.
I may link to external websites for context within my articles. These websites will often have their own privacy policies, which I urge you to read. Whilst I take care not to link to unsecure websites or websites that collate information unethically, this is not always possible. I therefore take no responsibility for such websites, including but not limited to their security measures or data collation and processing practices.
If you have concerns about your privacy or would like your information to be removed, please email ashton[at]hudsonethereal.com.