Privacy Policy

This privacy policy of PotatoMind is to tell you what information my website does receive from you and what happens to it.

INFORMATION YOU PROVIDE

Newsletter: If you sign up to receive the newsletter via Potato Tribe, or via ‘Make your Sunday mornings peppy’ section on the sidebar, you provide your name, email address, correspondence address, phone number, which are used solely for the delivery of the newsletters to your email address or your correspondence address, only if you had opted in for the latter. I would never share them with any “third parties.” You can always unsubscribe by clicking the red UNSUBSCRIBE link in the bottom of any edition of the newsletter.

Communications: If you contact me via email, by writing to me directly or by replying to the automated email newsletter, or via the Ping POM page, I will receive your email address and any other information you choose to provide.

INFORMATION AUTOMATICALLY COLLECTED

Usage Information: PotatoMind lives on the publishing platform WordPress, which includes a statistical analytics feature to help publishers understand how their readers use their websites. This means that anonymised information of the pages PotatoMind readers visit and the times of those visits are represented in these statistics. WordPress may add other features to their analytics at any time, which will be available to me as a publisher.

WHAT POTATOMIND DOES WITH YOUR INFORMATION

I use your information solely to communicate with you if you have opted in to receive the newsletter, phone messages, paper printed letters, and to better understand how you use the site in order to improve it. I don’t share your information with any “third parties,” though it does live — securely — within the external services that deliver the email newsletter (MailChimp).

OTHER

Data Transfers: I’m told I need to state that because PotatoMind is based in India, if you visit the website from another country, your data may be transferred to India and other countries that may not have the same data protection laws as the country in which you initially provided information. (I’m not exactly sure what this means, but there we have it.)

Data Security: I do everything I can to make PotatoMind and your information as secure as possible. However, this is the Internet — no security measures can be 100% secure for reasons far beyond any one person’s intent and control. I too, along with my entire website and any data related to it, can be on the receiving end of some cyberattack at any given moment. But let’s not think such grim thoughts.