Our privacy policy

We collect personal information from you only when you use our forms. This may include your:

We collect your personal information to respond to queries.

We do not collect or use your personal information for any purpose other than that given above.

Providing this information to us is optional. We do not share your information with other parties. If you do not enter contact details, then you will not receive communications from us. It is up to you.

If you do provide personal information, then we keep it safe. We do so by storing it securely online. These data are accessible by the JakeBaxendale.com server and our web developers.

That said, we presume that the employees of the online data services can access the data as well. Currently, we use just one service: Mailersend, which simply forwards your messages to us via email. We keep no copies online.

We will update this page if we engage any other services.

Note, however, that when you view a video on this site, it is being streamed from either YouTube which is owned by Google, or Twitch.tv which is owned by Amazon.

You have the right to ask for a copy of any personal information we have of yours. We will make any corrections you desire or delete your information at your request. If you’d like to ask for a copy of your information, or to have it corrected, please contact us.

Secure server

We serve the JakeBaxendale.com site using Transport Layer Security (TLS). This encrypts communications between your browser and our server, ensuring your privacy.

Use of TLS is the current industry best practice and helps to ensure both your privacy and your security.

We serve the JakeBaxendale.com web site via Vercel. They have a good record for reliability.

We also have a Content Security Policy (CSP). We run a suite of automated tests to ensure that our site follows the latest best practices for security. Although there are no guarantees, we do our best to make JakeBaxendale.com as safe and secure as possible.

Privacy by Design

We do our best to follow the seven Privacy by Design principles:

  1. Proactive not reactive; preventive not remedial
  2. Privacy as the default setting
  3. Privacy embedded into design
  4. Full functionality—positive-sum, not zero-sum
  5. End-to-end security—full lifecycle protection
  6. Visibility and transparency—keep it open
  7. Respect for user privacy—keep it user-centric