Privacy Policy

TL;DR : your privacy is as assured here as we can possibly make it, given that we don't control the whole internet. This page is mainly a list of things that we don't do, and some resources that we hope you'll find useful in protecting your privacy online.

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Mr. Monkey

Things we don’t do

We don’t collect, retain or share any personal data. We don’t use trackers, analytics, or any other nefarious third-party widgets that compromise your privacy while browsing this site.

In short:

  • we don’t know who you are
  • we don’t have any way for you to tell us who you are
  • we don’t want anyone else to know who you are
  • we don’t want anyone else to know what you’re looking at while you’re here

If you wondered why we don’t have a cookie warning, it’s because we don’t store any cookies in your browser when you visit this site, so we don’t have anything to warn you about.

This site is entirely static content, and it’s served over a secure connection. There’s no “logic” behind this other than serving up this content, so there’s no user registration, or any way for you to create or store content on this site. We don’t even have a feedback form. We’re pretty basic.

Your rights

Whatever rights you arrived here with, you still have them. Whatever footprint you had on the internet before you walked in the door, that footprint is no bigger now. Whatever creepy tracking other sites use, we won’t be part of it.

We’ll change the content of the site from time to time. There’s no way to tell you about this, because we have no idea who you are or how to contact you. If we ever change these terms and privacy policy (and we can’t imagine any reason why we’d want to), we’ll display a notice prominently on the website front page for a period of 30 days.

While we’re on the subject…

A lot of sites don’t have the same attitude to privacy that we do, but there are measures you can take to protect yourself.

  • DuckDuckGo publish mobile applications and extensions for most major browsers that block tracking networks, and display a clear and simple privacy rating for the site.

  • ToS;DR are working to pick apart the Terms of Service used by large websites to make hidden risks and potential user rights infringements more transparent.

  • The Electronic Frontier Foundation maintain Privacy Badger, a tool for blocking trackers as you browse.

  • The Electronic Frontier Foundation also maintain HTTPS Everywhere, a browser extension to make use of HTTPS on websites that support it, even if it’s not the default for the site.

  • Mozilla Firefox has built-in protection against tracking.

Stay informed by reading updates from DuckDuckGo, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and the UK’s Open Rights Group

Contact Us

You can reach us via email or phone, and we're always happy to meet in person to talk through any ideas or requirements you have:

Unit 8 Deer Park
Fairways Business Park
Livingston
EH54 8GA

+ 44 (0)1506 343015
info@13coders.com

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