Privacy

Updated 25th May 2018

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Cloudfront gives us country-level geotargeting information – “this user is in the UK” – to enable us to modify the website for your country’s media. If you’re logged in, Cloudfront passes us your logged-in user token, which enables us to know who you are.

We use Google Analytics to help us monitor our traffic: no personally-identifiable information is kept by Google Analytics.

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RadioToday maintains a database of email addresses and first names to provide daily email newsletters and alerts. Every user in our database has personally subscribed to receive content from us and confirmed an active email address by clicking a link in a confirmation email. We use MadMimi.com to securely host and send you emails. You can choose when emails you want to receive from RadioToday and unsubscribe / change your preferences at anytime by clicking on the link in any email. We never share your details with any third party.

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