Privacy Policy

This policy describes the privacy practices of ernest.github.io ("Website", "We", "Us" ,"Our"). Anyone who uses the Website ("User", "You", "Your") must be legally able to agree to this policy and must agree to this policy before using the Website. This privacy policy applies solely to information collected by this Website. Please familiarise yourself with the privacy practices of third parties (see below). Your use of the Website signifies your acceptance of this policy. If you do not agree to this policy, do not use the Website. This privacy policy is governed by the laws of the United States of America.

What information we collect

Personally identifiable information ("Private Info") is information that can be used to identify a specific person. Things like your email, name and address are Private Info. We don't collect Private Info unless you submit it directly to us.

On the other hand, Non-Personally identifiable information is information that can't be used to reasonably identify a specific person. Like many other websites, we may collect non-personally identifiable information, like information about your device, location, browser, OS, IP Address, etc. through logs or analytics software, automatically when you visit or interact with our Website.

All information collected may be processed in the United States.

How we use your information

We use the information we collect to provide you with a service, to make our Website better, to make your experience unique, to protect our Website, to learn how users interact with the Website and to learn about how the Website is being used.

Please note that to learn how the Website is being used, we may use analytics or tracking software like Google Analytics, AddThis and others. Reports, heatmaps, logs and recordings may be created by such software. A typical report could include: all the pages you visited during the current session, how long you spent on those pages and technical information. Your information is not shared with third parties unless it is required to serve that information to us. Since your information is out of our control once it's provided to a third party, it's your responsibility to become aware of that third party's privacy practises before using the Website.

Heatmaps are a way to visually inspect a user's clicks and scrolling behaviour.

Any feedback, ideas for future features and concepts become our property when you submit them to us by email or through the Website.

What we're doing to keep your information safe

We process requests that may contain Private Info through HTTPS. HTTPS is a secure protocol that encrypts data to prevent it from being viewed while it's being transmitted.

Third Parties

Some features of the Website rely on software provided by third parties. Before using the Website, ensure that you are familiar and agree to the privacy practices and any additional terms of third parties. It's your responsibility to become aware of a third party's privacy practises before using the Website.

The Website may contain links to websites operated by third parties, which are not under our control. Please be aware that we are not responsible for the content or privacy practices of such other websites.

Cookies and local storage

Cookies are a neat web technology that allows data to be stored on a User's computer. For example, a cookie might save the language you viewed a particular page in, so the next time you visit the page it has already been adapted to match your preferences. Cookies can also be used to identify repeat users.

Cookies and similar methods of local storage (like html5 local storage) are used by some parts of the Website and are needed to function properly. You can choose to opt out of cookies or local storage by disabling them in your browser, but some functions of the Website that depend on cookies may be limited or unavailable.

We also use software by third parties that is capable of reading or writing cookies. See the third parties section for more information.


We may change this policy if needed or as new technologies become available for the Website. Please check back regularly to learn about changes to this policy.

Thanks for learning about our privacy practices and we hope that you continue to familiarise yourself with the Website.

This document was last updated on the 19th of July, 2016.