We at Secret Awesome Headquarters respect your privacy. Online privacy laws are complicated and constantly changing, and without a dedicated internet lawyer it’s difficult to be completely compliant, but we try our best.
We’re never going to sell or share your information, and we don’t collect analytic data (i.e. Google Analytics, despite what the experts say).
The information we do collect comes from our E-Zine Sign-up and Contact Form.
We use MailChimp for managing and delivering our E-zine which contains entertainment and promotional material. This is by Opt-In only and the only information we store is the email address and name you provide. You can unsubscribe anytime from the link at the bottom of the emails or by contacting us. We won’t use your email address for anything else.
We use SendGrid by Twilio for processing our transactional emails through GMail. If you contact us through a form on our site we only receive your name, email, and message. We will only use this information to communicate with you on a one-on-one basis (unless other parties are involved in our conversation). After conversations are complete they will be archived in case they are needed for future reference. If you want our email conversation deleted permanently or your email removed from our contacts, please contact us.
The videos on our site are hosted on YouTube. When you watch them you agree to their policies. We assume they collect your data. Sorry.
If you have any questions or concerns please get in touch. We’re trying to do things right by the law (when all we really want to do is make fun stuff).
This section is to help cover our bases, it’s pretty much a template.
We reserve the right to use or disclose your Personal Information if required by law or if we reasonably believe that use or disclosure is necessary to protect our rights, protect your safety, the safety of others, investigate fraud, or comply with a law, court order, or legal process.
What are cookies?
A cookie is a file that is sent to your device when you visit a website. It allows the site to recognize your browser when you return to the site. This can help speed up loading time by remembering preferences or pages you’ve previously visited.
What cookies do we use?
If you click on the padlock next to our web address (on a desktop/laptop browser) you can see the cookies that we use. They are default WordPress.org cookies (the platform our website is built with). These are essential for the proper operation of our website.
We do not use tracking cookies.
How can you control cookies?
If you go into your browser settings you can clear your cookies. You can also adjust your cookie settings for example in the Chrome browser you have the options to: Allow sites to save and read cookie data, clear cookies and site data when you quit Chrome, and Block third-party cookies. (When you delete cookies you’ll probably be logged out of every website you’re signed in on.)
Basically, don’t copy, steal, make a derivative work from, or use anything on this website without our consent. Don’t try to make money off our work without our permission.
If you’re interested in using something from our site, get in touch with us. Of course social sharing is fine. We just have to say all of this stuff to protect ourselves legally just in case.
The content on this website may not be copied, reproduced, modified, published, uploaded, posted, transmitted, performed, or monetized.
Any unauthorized use of any content or the website may violate patent, copyright, trademark, or other laws.
That’s it. We’re nice people just trying to make cool stuff. We hope our policies are satisfactory and sufficient. Thanks for reading.