Moral Code & Cookie Policy

PhotoandGrime.com doesn't display third party advertisements on this website since 2017.
This is because since 2017, I've been speaking out against my abuser publicly on my website, and I do not wish to make money through speaking out against him.

The only place you may find third party advertisements, are in the blogs featuring youtube videos. Of the PhotoandGrime channel, less than 8 videos feature advertisements. These advertisements pay for my website and domain hosting. I'm only monetising enough to pay for the costs I'm making.

To protect the website, and the author of the website, PhotoandGrime.com uses cookies. 

A cookie is a small piece of data that a website asks your browser to store on your computer or mobile device. The cookie allows the website to "remember" your actions or preferences over time. Most browsers support cookies, but users can set their browsers to decline them and can delete them whenever they like.

If you violate the law, participate in spreading hate and/or lies on PhotoandGrime.com, abuse the website, and/or spread lies about PhotoandGrime.com and the author behind the website, and there's evidence against you, the authorities and/or third parties will be informed and your information might be publicly blacklisted. 

If you're only here to read articles, have no bad intentions, and do not participate in illegal activities online, you have nothing to worry about. PhotoandGrime.com's abuse-system has been set to only flag specific behaviour. Any IP address flagged, banned or handed over to the police or a third party, will first be manually reviewed by a person of flesh and blood, so this is no automatic process. 

By using PhotoandGrime.com, you agree to the Cookie Policy, and that your information may be shared with third parties, in case you violate the law.