To my knowledge this website doesn’t use any cookies that would legally speaking need your active consent. I’ve run Printed Armies through several cookie-testing-websites and they could only find cookies which can be classified as the essential or technical kind of cookie, which are necessary to experience the full functionality of this website. And therefore this doesn’t need your consent.

I explicitely took care to e.g. not use any Google-Fonts, to upload all videos to my FTP server instead of embedding them from YouTube, and that the social media buttons are nothing but simple links without any other functionality or tracking attached to them.

So welcome to the stoneage of the internet and enjoy some cookie-free surfing for once!

However, I do use a contact form, meaning that if you’re willingly writing me a message, your message will get saved to my personal e-mail inbox over at hotmail. I further manually copy and save your e-mail address and name, which you are providing to me, to a little excel sheet on my external hard drive. I do this simply to keep an overview about who contacts me. So don’t worry, I won’t be bombarding you with newsletters and spam, as I find this annoying as heck myself.

Speaking of the contact form, if you’re the web admin / tech savvy kind of person and think this „privacy policy“ page lacks some crucial information, feel free to contact me and tell me about it. I’m always happy to learn.