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Who we are
The data controller of Tea after Twelve is its publisher Bunny Island GmbH, Kessenicherstr. 197, 53129 Bonn.
What data we collect
email or newsletter
We collect personal data in case you write us an email or sign up to our newsletter. We keep this data for only as long as we need to. For example, if you unsubscribe from our newsletter, we delete your data. In case you don't want to follow us any longer, there's an unsubscribe button at the bottom of every newsletter.
Most of the information we collect from our website is anonymous information. When you visit our website, we do not collect any personal data from you unless specifically, voluntarily, and knowingly provided by you. Anonymous information is processed to help improve the content of our website, to customise our website for our visitors and to learn more about them and how they use our website. In doing so, we may use tracking technology (cookies) to gather anonymous information, such as browser type, operating systems and the date and time of access. “Cookies” by themselves cannot be used to discover the identity of the user. A “cookie” is a small piece of information which is sent to your browser and stored on your computer hard drive.
Why we collect data
We use data for many reasons, from understanding how our users engage with our journalism to informing our marketing and advertising. Ultimately, this allows us to publish the journalism that you read on our sites. We will not share your personal data with anyone else for their own marketing purposes.
Posting comments on Tea after Twelve
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