Stuck in Iceland Privacy Notice

I run this magazine in my free time, but I care about your online privacy.

Study privacy policies and terms and conditions from third parties

As you can see on my website, I have widgets from third parties or web links to them. This is where I resell services to cover the running costs of this magazine. These include (privacy policy), and Amazon (privacy policy).

These third parties are in what is called “data controllers” under the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). I urge you to study their privacy policies and terms and conditions.

I use Google Analytics to understand the usage of our online magazine but we don´t see any personal information there, only aggregate data. Please review their privacy policy.

We have an online mailing list and we hate spam

I have an online mailing list. Its main purpose is to update subscribers when there is new content in the magazine. I may send you offers and deals from partners who want to promote their services or content. In that case, we urge you to study their privacy policies and terms and conditions.

I will never give email addresses of our subscribers or other personal information to third parties without explicit permission. I hate spam as much as you do. E-mail addresses of our subscribers are hosted by Hubspot and you can unsubscribe from my email list at any time. In addition, Hubspot gives me anomyzed information about how users engage with my website. Please see the privacy policy of Hubspot.

Cookies on the website

Like most other websites Stuck in Iceland uses cookies. These remember your preferences as well as to inform us how our website is operating in order to improve the user experience.

What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files stored on your computer by your browser. Cookies will help the website to recognise your device the next time you visit.

What information do cookies store?
Cookies store general information about the website’s use and function, based on user behavior. This information is used to optimize the website for its users. Therefore cookies can be beneficial, making your interaction with the website an easier, more enjoyable experience.

How does it work?
Google Analytics generates statistical and other information about website use by means of cookies, which are stored on users’ computers. The information generated relating to our website is used to create reports about the use of the website. Google will store and use this information.

Block them?
Disabling cookie is a function of the browser you use to view the site. The help feature in most browsers provides the method for disabling cookies but About Cookies.Org provides extensive information on managing cookies in most browsers. See more on

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