Who I am and my stance
I am a humble beekeeper using MailChimp and WordPress. I use this website to share things that work for me.
MailChimp is my email service. When you subscribe to my newsletter, you give your permission for me to send you email. I teach through a school district. Links for classes take you to the district’s assets.
The website juliecache.com is run on WordPress. Website content (images, words, layout, etc.) here is mine. I have a copyright for all the guides, quizzes, and other downloadable files that I have created. I usually do not mind others using my images when credit is given to me and this website. I highly appreciate hyperlinked credits. Sharing is caring. Ask permission if you’re the extra-ethical kind of person (I award you a gold star for this and know that you will send me a message about it).
WordPress and the theme and plugins and associated developers do magic internet things for me when you use juliecache.com. They are so magical that they wrote all the jargon below this line for you to read. – Julia
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Who we share your data with
How long we retain your data
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What rights you have over your data
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Where we send your data
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