Cornerstone Labs Dumteedum map privacy policy.

This document describes how we (Cornerstone Labs Ltd) store data that you send us when accessing https://dumteedum.cornerstonelabs.co.uk

Your browser communicates securely with our servers, however the data that you provide to us when pinning yourself to the map will become publically available.

You may identify yourself to us in two ways:

Facebook identification.

If you choose to identify yourself using Facebook, you will be redirected to Facebook where you will be asked to give us permission to access your basic profile.

You can deny this request and we will not be able to identify you.


If you allow us to access your basic profile we will communicate securely with Facebook and request the following information:

We store this information in a public database which we use to display your name, profile picture and link to your Facebook profile on the DumTeeDum map.

Twitter identification.

If you choose to identify yourself using Twitter, you will be redirected to Twitter where you will be asked to give us permission to access your public profile.

You can deny this request and we will not be able to identify you.

If you allow us to access your public profile we will communicate securely with Twitter and request the following information:


We do not store your profile pictures on our servers, we only link to them on their respective platforms.

If you update your profile picture on Facebook or Twitter our link will become outdated and the picture will not appear.

To ensure we show the latest photo, we periodically check to see if you've changed your public photo.

We cannot access your private photos or contacts.

Removing yourself from the map.

Send an email to hello@cornerstonelabs.co.uk quoting your full name and location (and Twitter username if used) and we will remove you from the map.

Web server logging.

When you access the website we record an entry in our access logs. The access logs record the following information which your browser sends as standard:


The access logs are rotated daily.

We do not keep access logs older than 14 days however any data you provide as part of adding yourself to the map will remain in the database.