Disclaimer and Privacy Policy


The opinions I express on Eurovision Lemur do not necessarily represent the opinions of my employers, colleagues, family, or friends. That said, if my employers ever do develop an opinion on San Marino’s Eurovision Song Contest entry, I would hope that they would involve me in crafting their policy statement.

Privacy Policy

Seeing as I write a blog about a European-based light entertainment competition, I should note the privacy policy when it comes to the data that you share  when you visit and interact with our site. I use WordPress software to publish Eurovision Lemur and the Jetpack system to manage widgets, stats, and my contact form.

What does that mean to you? Information related to your IP address is shared to determine your geographic location. Cookies are also used when you comment on posts, which helps WordPress keep spam out of the comments section. If you regularly comment on Eurovision Lemur, these cookies save your name and email address so that you do not have to fill them out each time you comment. These cookies last one year unless you clear your cookie cache in your browser. I can also export to you and erase your personal data by your request using WordPress’s data management tools.

If you want more information about how Automattic (WordPress’ and JetPack’s parent company) complies with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), take a look at the following sites:

I also use a few third-party plugins to manage broken links and preventing spam comments on our media files. These plugins are beholden to the Automattic privacy policy for developers, but more than that, they are not collecting your data so far as I know. If I find that they are doing shady stuff behind my back, though, I will remove them from the site.