This policy is also available on our "About" page.
All your data that we have access to, you supply to us knowingly. There are no hidden agendas.
Your rights1. You have a right to be "forgotten".
The Internet never forgets? The new EU privacy laws have put paid to that. You have a right (which you had with us always, anyway) to request all your data to be deleted from our records.
Alternatively, you can tell us which parts of your personal data we ought to delete.
2. You have a right to know where your data is kept and who has access.
If we have any data on you at all, it's kept on a secure computer; only our in-house team has access, and on a need-to-know basis only. If you didn't give us any, we don't have data on you.
3. You can limit our usage of your data.
But we don't do anything with your data anyway, other than complete the business transaction you requested.
4. To get any communication not directly relating to the topic at hand, you need to opt in.
We would like to send our authors communication on opportunities, and our readers information on launches, new releases etc - but now we need you to allow us to keep using your email address for this. So if you want to be kept informed, please send us an email with your permission.
5. Anonymity and pseudonymity
In dealing with us, you don't need the name on your birth register - just a "username", a pseudonym. We might need your real delivery address though, else your order might end up in Fairyland.