You can currently e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you remove the species of animal immediately before the @ sign.
Please note that this is not a permanent address and that it may be changed at any time if it starts receiving spam or any other unwanted traffic; therefore, you should not add it to your address book or similar.
When e-mailing me, please make sure to use a descriptive subject line. Messages with empty or nonsensical subject lines, or subject lines written in languages which I do not read, are more likely to be treated as spam.
E-mails sent to me may be routed through and stored in countries outside of the European Union, even if all persons involved are geographically located within the European Union.
My PGP public key is also available. If your message is in any way sensitive, I strongly encourage you to encrypt it using PGP or GnuPG to maintain end-to-end confidentiality. You can use the public key published on my web site to encrypt e-mails sent to the address specified above or to the address specified in the key's user ID field.
Any message arriving in my inbox via any address or route, which, at my sole discretion, is considered to be spam will be reported aggressively to the owner, operator or upstream provider of the originating network, as deemed appropriate by me.