At Love British History, we respect your personal information. Did you ever sign up to receive marketing from one company you trusted and then find you get emails from other companies you didn’t ask for? We find that really annoying, so we don’t do it. We don’t sell personal details or share email lists with other companies for marketing purposes. We treat your personal information with respect and only use it when we need to. Like if you win something, or if you have a question you need a reply to. 

Even when you do leave data behind when you visit the blog, it's not checked and recorded by me. 

This Privacy Policy will help explain how we use any data you leave behind when you visit or interact with the blog. 

Get comfy and have a read.

Love British History is created using Blogger, which is owned by Google. Blogger and Google uses cookies to collect information. This may include details about which pages you visit and purchasing behaviour. Through Adsense, this may also help to provide relevant advertisements to you. Cookies aim to improve your experience of using the blog. If you like, you can disable these cookies, but, like us, the internet doesn't work so well without them. You can find out more about Google and Blogger's cookie policy here

When you comment on Love British History, you leave behind your data in the form of email addresses or first names, or whatever you decide to type in to identify you when you comment on a post. I've enabled Anonymous comments so if you don't want to leave any data behind, you can always choose this option. 

Google Analytics
When you visit Love British History, a third party service called Google Analytics may collect standard information about your visit - for example which pages you visit, where you are in the world and on which kind of device you’re viewing the site on. We occasionally monitor this data so that we can continue to design the blog to fit your needs and create content that is relevant for our readers. We see this data as anonymous statistics and there is nothing in what we see that identifies you personally.

Third Parties
If you decide to purchase an item through the blog, you will be directed to the vendor’s website to complete the sale. Your data and buying patterns will be stored by them. I mainly use the third party websites Gumroad, eJunkie and Amazon to share with you products I think you might like and that complement particular blog posts. I can view buyer’s email addresses for my own products on Gumroad, but I cannot view any of your data from eJunkie and Amazon. 

As well as Adsense advertising on the blog, I also use affiliate links which help me to support my blogging activities. Affiliate links are always declared in every blog post where they appear. I don't retain any data relating to you if you click on an affiliate link.

The blog is created using the blogging platform Blogger, which is owned by Google. Please refer to Google’s Privacy Notice for more information. 

Your Data
We don't store any of your data ourselves, but if you would like to delete any comment you've made on a blog post, just email and we’ll sort it for you.

This Privacy Notice was updated on 9 March 2020. It will be reviewed as guidelines change.