Screw the NSA, amirite?
This is the website for Simplifyd, a Switzerland-based student-run podcast, run by someone who takes privacy issues seriously.
The information we collect and how we use it:
What information is being collected when you use our website?
None at all. Unless you leave us a comment.
What do we do with this information?
Nothing really. Though if you leave a comment we will look at it every day and think about you.
What else do we use personal information for?
Other than for fulfilling our obligations to you, i.e., replying to your comment - we might casually stalk you a little bit on the internet. No creepy PMs though, promise.
Can you change information we hold about you?
Yes. If you leave us a new comment that might dramatically alter our perception of you.
How is personal information stored and protected?
Your personal data is stored by us in electronic form, in our brains. We protect it with our life, literally.
How secure is our website?
Fairly secure compared to 99.9% of the web, we’d say. We are working on moving to a https connection though.
We don’t display ads on our website. We don’t have advertising on our podcast either. If this ever changes, we’ll let you know the first thing.
We use Google Mail for contact. Google have their own security and privacy policies that govern our use of their service. Any email between you and us is encrypted and stored securely on Google servers.
Linking to external sites
If you have any concerns or queries about the information we hold about you or wish to provide feedback about this site, please feel free to contact us.