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Cookies and Privacy
Geek Native uses Google Analytics, and we anonymise IP addresses via Google Tag Manager before passing any view data back to Analytics. The site has Pinterest, Amazon, Awin and Skimlinks tracking, and cookies are deployed via Gamerati (an RPG ad network) code powered by Google’s DoubleClick. Geek Native has no access or control over cookies from the latter, but Google enforces strict quality control.
If your code of ethics is supported by ad-blocking technology and requires you to support independent sites with a subscription model, please consider Geek Native’s Patreon.
No part of Geek Native is about selling personal data, but third-party supplied adverts are on the site. Most of these advertising platforms use anonymous data to show the best possible ads to you.
Geek Native’s policy is not to copy and paste press releases, although we will undoubtedly take facts and quotes from them. Each news event covered on the site is looked into to a lesser or greater degree.
Any coverage generated by news events is written up as accurately as possible and comes with the bloggers’ analysis of impact, implications and relationships to previous or other contemporary stories.
If you spot a factual inaccuracy, please get in touch with the URL of the article and the error.
Changes to posts have been logged, since 2020, on the corrections page.
Geek Native will disclose when we’re given a product to review or when we complete a sponsored post.
We never accept money or rewards to write a positive (or negative) review. A sponsored post simply draws attention to a new product, brand or piece of news.
The site uses affiliate links, meaning purchases made from third-party shops after visiting them from Geek Native may earn us a commission.
We tell you this in the welcome prompt, at the top and the base of every article. In addition, when a post is primarily a product discovery and affiliate link combination, we use the following disclaimer at the head of the article.
You can read a more in-depth article on how Geek Native earns money.
This blog often shares pictures, videos and other creative works. We make every effort only to share content marked suitable for sharing – for example, videos with embedding allowed, art released under creative commons or within fair use.
Geek Native may surface images shared elsewhere in which the author/creator attribution has been lost or incorrectly shared in the first place. Please contact us if this occurs and it affects you or if you feel the content has been shared inappropriately.
Machine Learning and AI content creation
Machine learning-created content such as from Dall-e or Midjourney is a thorny and important topic. Geek Native uses machine learning from everything through spam detection, spellchecking and to art. However, AI-created or assisted art is always disclosed, and the human content creation budget will never be reduced in favour of machine generation.
As this is a significant issue, there’s a separate AI content policy page with more details.