No tracking. No stalking. Not ever.
My website address is: https://www.arrontp.co.uk
But your address doesn’t matter to me.
Why don’t I collect your personal data?
No click or swipe on the internet is free. Or at least this is how it’s beginning to feel. Web Tracking scripts, data profiling, third-party advertisements, micro-targeting, this is all worth something to someone and it has made the internet a far cry from its original concept.
I believe in a free and accessible web based on trust and therefore I have no interest in knowing who you are, where you are, how often you visit.
This website was built by me (Arron). It’s a custom theme I wrote using a wonderful theme building framework created by my friend (a project I have also gladly contributed too).
Therefore, I have been able to control all aspects of my site, which include:
No analytics feeding your data back to corporations.
No fonts that do the same.
No third-party APIs.
Embedded content from other websites
Embedded content will be kept to a minimum on this site but some articles may include embedded content (e.g. Vimeo videos, Soundcloud audio player etc.).
This site blocks embedded content from loading and in it’s place a placeholder appears requiring you to click (giving your permission) to load the embedded content.
By default all embedded content is blocked.
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Privacy: A reading list
Below I have included a selection of recommendations that have informed me on the issues facing the web today in regards to data and privacy. If you’re interested then these are good places to start in my opinion.
The Trust Manifesto – Damian Bradfield
The Age Of Surveillance Capitalism – Shoshana Zuboff
New Dark Age – James Bridle
DuckDuckGo Privacy Blog
Last updated: 04th April 2021.