Disclosure/EU GDPR

Our blogging mates in the United States are required to have a disclosure statement on their blog sites. The Federal Trade Commission requires bloggers to have a Disclosure statement - those who don't disclose affiliations can be fined for positive product reviews.

I think that it is important to be transparent and have such a statement. In Australia it is possible for bloggers to write favourably about products from which they may receive a financial benefit. I believe that bloggers should be up front about any affiliations they may have. For that reason I am providing this statement.
I have no accreditation, to research for others and this is something I'm working towards.

I do not receive any form of payment for any product I mention, in my blogs.
Spelling and typing mistakes will happen and I will try and correct them.

I do not have a subscribe button, for you to subscribe by email, nor do my comments require you to enter an email address.

I have a Follow Button, but have no way of contacting those, who follow me.

I also do not make any money from this blog, it is for my own enjoyment.

About Comments;

I will reject comments that contain personal attacks, expletives and any other offensive content.

I will leave both negative and positive comments providing that they are made using respectful and courteous tone and vocab.

On May 25, 2018 there were European Union protections set in place, to protect peoples information. Below is the post that Blogger has attached to this blog. I DO NOT collect email address. If the sites I mention use cookies, they have to tell you.

European Union laws require you to give European Union visitors information about cookies used and data collected on your blog. In many cases, these laws also require you to obtain consent. 

Out of courtesy, we have added a notice on your blog to explain Google's use of certain Blogger and Google cookies, including use of Google Analytics and AdSense cookies, and other data collected by Google. 

You are responsible for confirming that this notice actually works for your blog, and that it displays. If you employ other cookies, for example by adding third-party features, this notice may not work for you. If you include functionality from other providers there may be extra information collected from your users. 

Learn more about this notice and your responsibilities


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