This is going to be boring but please do read on to find out how your personal information is being used on this website.
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The following is my full disclosure policy in compliance with the recent FTC ruling.
I may receive compensation from companies, organisations, affiliate partnerships and third-party ad networks where I would review or recommend their products and services among other things. In any of these cases, the blog post will clearly indicate any paid/affiliate links and sponsored content.
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What personal data we collect and why we collect it
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