Privacy & Cookies Policy. G.D.P.R. information (c) 2020

Privacy – Cookies Policy- Terms & conditions.

This Website has been updated and re-opened in December 2017. The book which you are interested in has been re-edited for text and art work.  The new book is entitled: Matthias & Smith Clash of the Prophets. The first and second editions were entitled * Clash of the prophets the beginning of Sojourner-Truth and then Sojourner-Truth Victorious The Devil Is In The Detail.

Simple requirements to keep us all happy and safe!

1. All the text and art work has been fully copyrighted.

2. No part of this website including text and art work may be used without prior written consent.

3. The Informed choices guide may be downloaded, printed and shared from this website free of charge and restrictions.

4. The Free chapters in the amazing flipping book format may be read, downloaded and shared from this website free of restrictions.

5. We are committed to protecting your privacy, and at the same time we endeavor to use any data we collect from you to provide the best possible service. If you choose to write any possessive statement via blogging or reviews we reserve the write to publish your comments on this website and in our advertising.

6. We never sell or past on any contact information to any third party. Your contact information (e-mail address & name) are only used by us to contact you regarding interaction with this website or Mike Wilkins.

7. This privacy policy describes how we collect and use your personal data.

Data Collection.
This site collects personal data from you via web forms, and also via email addresses so that you may contact us with enquiries and send us your details. You submit information using these methods voluntarily, and agree to the use of the personal data you provide as described in this policy. If you give us personal information about somebody else, such as a colleague, we will assume you have their permission to do so, and their data will also be subject to this policy.

Any additional details provided when making payment by credit/debit card are encrypted and transmitted to our payment provider PayPal. Your card details will never be seen by anyone other than PayPal our payment provider. This is a secure website in full accordance with all normal internet terms of trade. PayPal and your bank communicate together in order to make any payments. This website will never see any communications or payments made between yourself, or your bank. After you have made your purchase PayPal will contact this web-site, and make the required payment into our bank.

Data Usage
No personal information data is sanctioned for use or sold on by us to third parties. We will use the data you supply to answer an enquiry or to administer an on-going relationship. We do not sell or pass personal details to any other person or organisation unless we are legally required to do so. Your IP (Internet Protocol) address will be recorded with your communication. In rare cases where abuse or criminal activity can be shown to have taken place this may be used by the authorities to trace you.

Right of access
You have the right to request details of the information we hold about you. A fee may be charged for this request. Please remember that we only have information which you have freely given to us. The maxim about of information would include the following details.

  1. Name.
  2. E-mail address
  3. Home address
  4. Tel number

Items one to four would only be requested by this website if you as a customer wanted to buy either a

  1. CD version of our book.
  2. Hard back version of our book.

Please note that the details are required so that we can arrange delivery of your required purchase.

Cookies and Usage of Cookies
Where services are delivered on the internet, this sometimes involves placing small amounts of information on your Internet device, for example, computer or mobile phone. These include small files known as cookies. We uses cookies in order to make it easier to use and to support the provision of relevant information and functionality to you. Cookies also provide us with information about how this website is used so we can keep it as up to date, relevant and error free as possible. They cannot be used to identify you personally. By using this Website you agree to the use of cookies. Please note that certain cookies may be set the moment you start visiting this Website. These will be cookies used to keep track of your visit to this website. If you continue to use or revisit this website then persistent cookies will be served. This web site uses cookies in a number of ways which are as follows:

Essential Site Features
Cookies may be placed upon your computer, phone or other Internet device in order to provide essential site features such as accessibility preferences.

Site Usage Statistics
Cookies may be placed on your computer, phone or other Internet device to provide us with data on the usage of this site and the mediums which are driving traffic to the site. The data gathered by these is done anonymously and therefore your individual usage of this site cannot be attributed to you. If you prefer not to allow the use of cookies, you can change the configuration of your browser to either warn you when you receive a cookie, or to automatically reject them. You may find, however, that disabling cookies means certain areas of the site do not function correctly.

You should be aware that no data transmissions over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100% secure, we cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information you transmit to us and you do so at your own risk. We may occasionally modify this Privacy Policy, such variations becoming effective immediately upon posting to the website and by continuing to use the website, you will be deemed to accept any such variations.

Please note that we provide links to other sites, which may not be governed by this Privacy Policy and you should view the particular privacy policies of those sites for further information.

Personal information and email addresses No identifying data is disclosed to anyone else for any purpose. We will only use your details to keep you informed about our work, including new releases.
Further information. If you require any further information about privacy, please contact: email:







Transparency and informing the public about how their data are being used are two basic goals of the GDPR. This article explains what is a privacy notice and offers a privacy notice template to help you comply with the law.

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a first step toward giving EU citizens and residents more control over how their data are used by organizations. If your company handles the personal information of people in the EU, then you must comply with the GDPR, no matter where you are in the world. The fines for violating people’s new privacy rights can be up to 4 percent of your global revenue or €20 million, whichever is higher.

A GDPR privacy notice is an important way to help your customers make informed decisions about the data you collect and use. We’ve brought together some information from the law itself and from the EU’s guidance documents to help you understand the components of a good privacy notice. And at the bottom, we’ve included a privacy notice template that you can adapt to your own organization.

What is a privacy notice?

A privacy notice is a public document from an organization that explains how that organization processes personal data and how it applies data protection principles. Articles 1213, and 14 of the GDPR provide detailed instructions on how to create a privacy notice, placing an emphasis on making them easy to understand and accessible. If you are collecting data directly from someone, you have to provide them with your privacy notice at the moment you do so.

Note that the terms “privacy notice” and “privacy policy” do not actually appear in the text of the GDPR and are essentially interchangeable. The guidelines explained in this article apply to any public documents in which your organization describes its data processing activities to customers and the public.

According to the GDPR, organizations must provide people with a privacy notice that is:

  • In a concise, transparent, intelligible, and easily accessible form
  • Written in clear and plain language, particularly for any information addressed specifically to a child
  • Delivered in a timely manner
  • Provided free of charge

The GDPR also stipulates what information an organization must share in a privacy notice. There is a slight variation in requirements depending on whether an organization collects its data directly from an individual or receives it as a third party.

If an organization is collecting information from an individual directly, it must include the following information in its privacy notice:

  • The identity and contact details of the organization, its representative, and its Data Protection Officer
  • The purpose for the organization to process an individual’s personal data and its legal basis
  • The legitimate interests of the organization (or third party, where applicable)
  • Any recipient or categories of recipients of an individual’s data
  • The details regarding any transfer of personal data to a third country and the safeguards taken
  • The retention period or criteria used to determine the retention period of the data
  • The existence of each data subject’s rights
  • The right to withdraw consent at any time (where relevant)
  • The right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority
  • Whether the provision of personal data is part of a statutory or contractual requirement or obligation and the possible consequences of failing to provide the personal data
  • The existence of an automated decision-making system, including profiling, and information about how this system has been set up, the significance, and the consequences

If an organization obtains your data indirectly (via another organization) its privacy notice must provide all the same information, except for:

  • Whether the provision of personal data is part of a statutory or contractual requirement or obligation and the possible consequences of failing to provide the personal data

And instead must add:

  • The categories of personal data obtained

Per Article 14(3), if you obtain personal data from a third party, you must communicate the above information to the data subject either: no later than one month after you have obtained the data, at the time you first communicate with the data subject, or before sharing the data with another organization.

Generally, a privacy notice will be provided in writing and, where appropriate, supplied electronically. Every organization that maintains a website should publish their privacy notice there, under the title “Privacy Policy,” and it should be accessible via a direct link from every webpage. If a website collects any personal data online, the privacy notice or a link to it should be provided on the same page where the data collection occurs. The GDPR also states that privacy notices must be available orally upon request to ensure comprehension and to aid the visually impaired.

GDPR privacy notice best practices

Privacy notices should avoid using qualifiers such as “may,” “might,” “some,” “often,” etc. as they are purposefully vague. The writing should be in the active tense and sentences and paragraphs should be well structured, using bullets to highlight specific points of note. Avoid unnecessarily legalistic and technical terminology.

According to the European Commission’s GDPR guidelines, the phrases below are not sufficiently clear as to the purposes of processing. (We took these examples directly from the document.)

  • “We may use your personal data to develop new services” (as it is unclear what the “services” are or how the data will help develop them)
  • “We may use your personal data for research purposes” (as it is unclear what kind of “research” this refers to)
  • “We may use your personal data to offer personalised services” (as it is unclear what the “personalization” entails)
  • On the other hand, these kinds of phrases are much better:
    “We will retain your shopping history and use details of the products you have previously purchased to make suggestions to you for other products which we believe you will also be interested in” (it is clear that what types of data will be processed, that the data subject will be subject to targeted advertisements for products and that their data will be used to enable this)
  • “We will retain and evaluate information on your recent visits to our website and how you move around different sections of our website for analytics purposes to understand how people use our website so that we can make it more intuitive” (it is clear what type of data will be processed and the type of analysis which the controller is going to undertake)
  • “We will keep a record of the articles on our website that you have clicked on and use that information to target advertising on this website to you that is relevant to your interests, which we have identified based on articles you have read” (it is clear what the personalization entails and how the interests attributed to the data subject have been identified)
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