Rest assured, we won't be snooping about like Sherlock Holmes. But when you subscribe to our newsletter or contact us via our contact form, we do collect basic information like your name and email address. As they say in the biz, we only collect data necessary for the performance of a contract - or, in plain English, to provide you with our services.
Your personal information will be used to personalise your Law Gone Mad experience (think tailored recommendations for laugh-inducing legal codes). We will also send you newsletters and updates, so you can stay ahead of the game in legal trivia. But worry not, we won't be spamming your inbox with an avalanche of emails. We value your time and patience, much like a seasoned barrister waiting for a verdict.
Unlike a gossipy court clerk, we don't share your personal information with third parties, unless required by law. And even then, we'll only share it with a duly warranted officer of the law, not some random bloke claiming to be from the 'Department of Odd Laws'.
Like a defendant in a court case, you have rights. You can ask us to access, correct, or delete your personal information at any time. Moreover, you can always insist on us deleting everything we know about you if you tire of ludicrous laws. We hope you won't, but the choice is entirely yours.