Who we are

Blip Interactive Ltd is a small company run by a single person who likes making music apps and has literally no interest in sharing email lists or any other user data with anyone else or any of that nonsense. That's pretty well everything in a nutshell, but if you're interested in the details then please read on.

Forum data

If you've registered with the forum, the data we hold is your username, e-mail address, password and of course any public posts you've made.

Your e-mail address is never made public, never shared with anyone else and is only used if you wish to receive a new password or explicitly choose to opt-in to e-mail notifications. Your password is held in a safe encrypted format so that no one can read it - and that includes Blip Interactive Ltd, who only has the power to reset your password.

If you wish to view the public posts you've made, log in to the forum, click on your user name at the top and then 'Discussions' to see posts you've started or 'Comments' to see posts you've replied to

If you wish your account to be amended or deleted (including any posts you've made), please get in touch and it will be sorted quickly and easily.

Web Analytics

Like many websites, we use Google Analytics to monitor visitor traffic. It provides us with some useful information about how many people visit the website, roughly where in the world they are, and which pages are of the most interest. We ensure that IP addresses are 'anonymized' by using the code { 'anonymize_ip': true }. This option truncates IP addresses so that they cannot be associated with an individual.

If you wish you can opt out of being tracked by Google Analytics here.

Use of cookies

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These cookies do not contain any personal data about you individually. They are there to provide you with better information tailored to your individual needs. Most internet browsers are set to accept cookies, but if you prefer not to receive them you can tell your browser to disable them or warn you when they are being used.

When you visit this website, if your browser is using the standard settings and it is accepting cookies, you are giving consent for cookies on the site to be stored on your device. If you do not wish for this to happen, you can disable them in the settings of your browser. This has to be done in each different browser you use.

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