Visitors to the Walking in Time web app are not required to register or provide any personal information to use the app. No personal data is stored by or captured through the app.
The Walking in Time web app does not use any cookies that store personal or sensitive data.
The app is protected by WP Cerber, a leading security solution that protects the site against hacker attacks, spam, and malware. WP Cerber sets several anonymous browser cookies with the sole purpose of securing the web app by detecting and mitigating malicious activity. These cookies have randomly generated names and contain randomly generated values. No personal or sensitive data is stored. The cookies used by WP Cerber contain randomly generated alphanumeric values. No personal data is used. WP Cerber’s cookies are strictly necessary and no natural person is associated with them.
The cookies used by Google Analytics do not contain any personal information and your IP address is anonymised. These cookies are used to distinguish individual site visitors. They contain a unique set of numbers that show whether you are a new visitor to the web app or a returning one. They form a unique, persistent, and non-personally identifiable 'number string' that represents you as a visitor.
This information lets us know how much traffic we get to which points on the Walking in Time trail, how long people spend on the web app at those points, and helps us learn how to improve the web app in the future.
The web app was built and developed by One to One Development Trust. Any queries should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any comments or concerns regarding this policy please contact our data protection controller in writing at the following registered address:
One to One Development Trust
The Art House
Wakefield WF1 2TE