Disclosure, Privacy and Cookies Policies


https://thehistoricallinguistchannel.com/ (the Site) is a blog that aims to provide readers with easy access to current knowledge, views and opinions in the field of historical linguistics. It is run by the administrator (Sabina Nedelius) and as such expresses the opinions of and is limited by the knowledge of the administrator. The blog should therefore not be considered an alternative to traditional reading of articles, books and, if relevant, attending lectures. 

Although the Site is an affiliate friendly blog, the blog does not constitute a source of income. Any potential affiliate links are therefore only products or information that I truly believe will be useful and/or interesting to my readers. 


How and when do we collect personal data from you?

Personal data is information that can be used to identify you such as your name, IP address, and email address. We collect personal data from you in a number of ways, including: 

Email list sign-up: only your email is gathered. 

Submitting questions, comments or concerns via contact page: Name and email are gathered.  We have an allowed legitimate interest in providing a response to your questions and need to use your data to do so. We will not use the data for other purposes.

Submitting comments on blog posts: Name and email are gathered. Your email is not shown in the comments and is not used for another purpose than to identify you.

What is the purpose of processing your personal data?

We collect the information above for the following purposes:

Email opt-in sign-up: To receive the correct opt-in in your email inbox.

Submitting questions, comments or concerns via contact page: To ensure we are able to send you an appropriate answer to your question to your email inbox.

We will never share your personal information with third parties nor do we store any information about your visit to this blog other than to analyze and optimize your content and reading experience.

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Cookies Policy

Last updated: 2019-09-16

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Our Cookies Policy explains what cookies are, how we use cookies, your choices regarding cookies and further information about cookies.

What are cookies

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How The Historical Linguist Channel uses cookies

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