The Midnight Cats value your privacy. Like all felines we need our space to do cat type things like playing with balls of wool and napping.
Because next doors dog keeps threatening us with GDPR regulation, we need to let you, our favourite Midnight Cat fan, know how we go about gathering and using your purr-sonal information that we collect on this site.
It’s not that we’re greedy or anything. And frankly the only cookies we’re interested in are the ones that keep Kirsty happy before she goes on stage. But occasionally we need information like your name, address, telephone number and email address to get back to you if you want us to play a gig or something.
All your personal Information will be used in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. If you want to know what information we collect and hold about you, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you send us of your information to know more about our services, these will end up in our Catmail. We do everything in our power to keep the site up to date and secure but the internet is frankly more dangerous than a weekend at crufts so be aware than you’re sending us data at your own risk.
Use of Your Information
We won’t be offended if you never want to hear from us again.
(It’s because we left the mouse on your pillow isn’t it?)
If this is the case, drop us an email at email@example.com and we will get rid of your details and any information we hold on you. Otherwise, we’ve got your details and would love to stay in touch. During our acquaintances we may e-meowl you to:
send you further details of our services;
contact you in response to any general or specific enquiries made by you;
send you information about any upcoming public gigs you can attend.
.. if that’s cool with you. Honestly, we probably won’t get round to it. You’re probably already following us on all of the social media channels aren’t you? Facebook, Twitter, Instagram. Maybe one day we’ll join SnapCat.
Disclosing Your Information to Third Parties
Under no circumstances would we give your information to anyone else. Because we think you’re the cats pyjamas.
Our web site may from time to time contain links to and from third party web sites. If you follow a link to their web sites, please note that these web sites have their own privacy policies and will be subject to separate terms and conditions and we do not accept any responsibility or liability for these sites. Please check the relevant privacy policies before you submit any personal data to these web sites. Like, we have enough to deal with without policing the internet. That red dot on the wall’s not going to catch itself.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files which a website may put on your computer when you visit. This helps to improve your user experience.
It’s disappointing that something so delicious sounding would be such a yawnfest. But we’d probably give you actual cookies if you asked nicely.
These can be helpful like helping the website remember any personalised user preferences. Other cookies track which pages you’re visiting, so the website can make improvements based on what its visitors like and dislike.
What cookies we use and why
In order to keep the site relevant and interesting to visitors, we use Google Analytics to track how people use the site. This includes how they came to the site, how they behave on the site, what browser they are using to access the site and what country they are accessing the site from. This information allows us to improve the site content based on what’s popular and what’s not, creating a better user experience. Not that we’ve ever actually used this.. but it sounds fancy, doesn’t it?
These cookies do not communicate any personal information that could identify you in the real world, such as your name, address or email address and purely track how the site is used.
We use YouTube on the site to provide links to our videos. YouTube will also set cookies to determine video views and provide them with analytics information. They will not store anything personally identifiable.
The Midnight Cats do not control the use of these cookies and you should check with YouTube if you want to know more about how they deal with this information.
Turning off cookies
Most browsers accept cookies automatically, but you can alter the settings of your browser to erase cookies of prevent automatic acceptance of cookies. Generally, you have the option to accept all cookies, be notified when a cookie is issued or reject all cookies.
We strongly recommend you keep all cookies on the website enabled to ensure the site functions correctly and to deliver a richer, more satisfying user experience. For a more satisfying experience we recommend scratching posts, catnip and consistent grooming.
For more information about cookies, please click here.
Stay classy, Cat Fans!