Bad Archaeology is committed to the online privacy of all of its users. This privacy statement applies solely to information on this website. It has been written to give you a clear explanation of our data processing practices to safeguard you and your personal information.
If you have any questions or concerns relating to this policy and data protection please contact us via the contact page.
By using this website, you are accepting the terms and conditions of use contained within this policy. If this policy is not acceptable to you, please do not use this website.
Notification of changes
We will not sell, share or rent any information on the website or data relating to its users to third parties in any way, unless:
- it is stated on the web page at the point of collecting information from you, or
- it is outlined in this policy statement, or
- it is required by law.
We automatically receive and record information on server logs from your browser. We only monitor the IP (Internet Protocol) addresses of visitors to collect statistical data about usage patterns on our website. This information does not relate to any personal details of an individual, so all visitors to our site remain anonymous.
Users have several opportunities to register to receive email alerts, provide online views and comments about the website and services from our website. The information provided by users via this service will be acted upon according to the content of the communication. We may contact users in order to reply to the issues raised. This contact will be via email, unless an alternative is specified.
Copyright and ownership of data
The authors of Bad Archaeology are the owners of the information on this site and all our written content is the copyright of the individual author(s). Most of the images are from an open source library or are the property of the authors. We may from time to time use images and other content from other websites for purposes considered fair use under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 and the Berne Convention. This provides allowance for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be considered an infringement; non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favour of fair use.
We will always try to credit the originator of digital material that we have used but, occasionally, the site where we originally found it carries no attribution. If we have used any content that belongs to you and have either not credited you or you wish to have it removed, please conteact us.
A cookie is a means for your web page browser to hold a small amount of information either in memory or on your hard disk, for use during your website visit. Cookies do not damage your computer, since they cannot look into your computer and find out information about you or read any personal material kept on your hard drive.
There are two types of cookies: session and persistent cookies. Session cookies disappear after you close your browser, whereas persistent cookies are stored for a specified length of time on your hard disk, after which they expire automatically.
Like many other websites, ours uses both types of cookies. We use them only with our interactive pages, such as our contact form or when making comments, when it is necessary to maintain a unique identification on your browser whilst you use those pages.
Any cookies that are used or that remain on your PC do not contain any record of the information you may enter or any other personal information and are only used so that interactive sessions function correctly. No other website can read the id we store in our cookies and we do not read any information from other websites.
If you are concerned about accepting cookies, most browsers will allow you to refuse them to be stored on your machine but unfortunately, you will not be able to use our interactive pages if you do this.
Access to all our user information is restricted. Only those who need the information to perform a specific task are granted access to personally identifiable information.
The servers on which we store personally identifiable information are kept in a secure environment which is continually monitored and tested.
Amazon EU Associates Programme
Bad Archaeology is a participant in the Amazon EU Associates Programme, an affiliate advertising programme designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.co.uk.
If you have any questions about the security on our website, you can contact us via the contact page.