Whenever you visit this site I can see that you’ve been here.
Specifically, I can see:
- Which pages you’ve looked at
- Which search term(s) you used on Google or other search engines to find this site
- Which country you are visiting from (Your IP Address is logged for this information)
- If you’ve been sent to The Iron Witness by another website
- If you click on any of the links that I post on any page or article
- If you subscribe to either the Email Subscription or Comment Subscription Service
If you subscribe to this site’s Email Subscription Service, I will have access to your email address (in other words, I will know what your email address is). The same goes for the Comment Subscription Service. Please note that these Services are handled for this site by a website called WordPress.com. Also note that WordPress.com will have access to your Twitter, Facebook, or any other Account that you choose to connect with via the Comments Section on any article on this site, if you choose to comment with one of those accounts. I have no control over WordPress.com or the way that it uses the information that you provide it via this site.
That being said, this website may link to other sites which do track your behavior. I have no control over what the sites that I link to do with your information. This website also makes use of third-party code to display certain features, including but not limited to, social media integration. Attempts have been made at limiting what these third-parties can do, but in the interests of full-disclosure and your privacy, it is best to assume that some agents might be tracking your behavior here.
If this bothers you, you can manage your cookies in your browser as stated above.
The Safety of Your Information
I will never sell, or in any way purposefully expose, the information that you provide me via this site to any 3rd Party without your consent and go-ahead. That includes your name, email address, behavior and/or location. So if you sign up for anything with your email, you won’t be getting any spam mail from me – only the stuff that you signed up for: updates on when articles are published or updates for new comments.
That being said, it’s important that you remember that you’re on the internet and that nothing is ever 100% safe. Your data is always at risk from hackers, bots, and malware. I’ll do my best to make sure you’re safe on this site, but due to the nature of the internet, I can’t make any definite guarantees.
Changes and Acceptance of/to This Policy
By using this site, you are accepting everything in this Policy. If this Policy is unacceptable to you, please stop using this site now.
In the future, I might need to change this Policy to reflect new features of the website or just because I want to. If or when there is a change(s) made to this Policy, your continued use of this site will act as your acceptance of the new Policy. Serious changes to this policy will be announced in future posts, but it is your responsibility to check this policy for any changes that you may or may not agree with.
If you’ve got any questions about this Policy, go ahead and ask. I don’t mind. You can contact me here.