Okay, so here’s the boring bit that I have to go through or the EU will be mad at me (as if Brexit wasn’t enough).
Essentially, cookies are little bits of data that I can use to get to know a bit about you and the things you like. I use Google Analytics so I can find out things like which pages you visit often, how long you spend on them and other stuff like where in the world you might be visiting me from.
I’ll never get personal data like your name – just stuff that can help me improve The Positive Pensive.
The Positive Pensive also features options for you to directly share content to Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Whatsapp, etc. The social media platform may track and save your request to share a web page respectively through your social media platform account.
So any information I get through these (and I’m not even sure I do) is subject to the privacy settings you have for each social network.
I don’t want cookies
That’s cool. Visit www.aboutcookies.org to find out how you can change them in your browser’s settings.