Hello, we’re Unramble, our website address is: https://unramble.com.
About the data we collect by default
At Unramble, we take your privacy very seriously.
The only data we collect by default is via anonymous tracking cookies from Google Analytics.
Cookies are small files stored on a user’s computer. They hold a modest amount of data specific to a particular user and website, and can be accessed either by the web server or the user’s computer.
The cookies we use give us an aggregated view of the following metrics:
- How many unique users we have at unramble.com
- If users have previously visited unramble.com
- Which country unramble.com users are located in
- How many of the referrals to unramble.com are organic, direct or from social
- The name of the referring website (e.g. Twitter, Google, or another website that has linked to one of our pages/posts)
- The number of times each unramble.com page or post is landed on
- Any subsequent pages users visit on unramble.com
- The start and end time of sessions, and the total amount of time users spend on unramble.com
None of these metrics can be linked to you personally and we don’t have access to your IP address, name, home address or any other identifying information.
We analyse the Google Analytics data to ensure we’re doing a good job at creating content that’s interesting, useful and engaging, and that we’re successfully getting website visitors from the country we operate in (New Zealand).
The only people who have access to this data are us at Unramble (Alice Richardson and Phil Hodgson). We don’t share this data with any other third parties.
More about anonymous analytics cookies
Every time a user visits any unramble.com page or post, Google Analytics generates anonymous analytics cookies.
Here’s what each of those cookies do and how long they stay on your machine if you don’t delete or disable them:
|Cookie Name||Expiration Time||Description|
||2 years||Used to distinguish users.|
||24 hours||Used to distinguish users.|
||1 minute||Used to throttle request rate.|
||30 seconds to 1 year||Contains a token that can be used to retrieve a Client ID from AMP Client ID service. Other possible values indicate opt-out, inflight request or an error retrieving a Client ID from AMP Client ID service.|
||90 days||Contains campaign related information for the user.|
These cookies are used for statistical purposes only and can’t be used to identify individuals.
Your browser will tell Google Analytics if you already have these cookies, and if you don’t, it will generate new ones.
Google Analytics retains data associated with cookies for 14 months before it is automatically deleted.
More information on how cookies are used by Google Analytics can be found here.
How to disable or delete cookies
Cookies are stored on your browser. You can disable cookies for your browser preventing all or individual websites from downloading cookies. You can also delete existing cookies any time.
All modern browsers will allow you to control your cookie settings. For examples on how to manage these settings for different browsers see the links below:
Visiting the ‘help’ section of your browser may offer an alternative solution.
If you contact us via a form on this website
If you choose to contact us via a form on this site – either in the sidebar or on the contact page, you will need to provide your name, a contact email address and a message.
This creates a record on our website database (hosted by SiteGround) as well as in an email to email@example.com (hosted by Google). This information is only accessible by us at Unramble (Alice Richardson and Phil Hodgson). We will use this information to reply to your query and on an ongoing basis if we work together, but will never sell it, pass it to any other third parties, or use it for any other purposes. You can ask us to delete this information from our records at any time.
If you comment on an article
If you choose to comment on one of our articles, you can optionally include your name and/or email. This isn’t a requirement of commenting.
If you do choose to include your email, and your email is linked to a Gravatar, this will pull in your image so people can recognise you.
We don’t use your name or email for anything else. This data simply sits on our website database (hosted by SiteGround) so that your name and/or Gravatar continues to show alongside your comment. If you would like to delete your comment, or remove your name or email address from our server, get in touch to let us know, and we’ll do it right away.
That’s all – we don’t collect any other information
As you can see, the information we collect is very minimal. We don’t collect any other information on this site.
We’d love you to stay in touch of your own accord – you can contact us any time via email, phone or social media.