Personally, I have taken a number of steps to try and maintain my own privacy where possible. So I think I would be remiss if I didn't try and do the same for those who decide they want to come and read the content that I put out on this site.
With all of the above in mind, I want to do what I can to maintain the privacy of visitors to this site wherever possible. So what do I do to help ensure your privacy is maintained?
This site uses HTTPS everywhere. If you try and access this site using HTTP, you will be redirected to HTTPS.
So what? you might say. HTTPS is important, as it ensures your connection to my server is always encrypted (among other things). So any spying eyes won't be able to see what you're doing whilst on here.
Not a huge issue for most people, as this is just a blog that contains public information - you don't have login credentials etc. But you may not want your Apple loving friends to know that you secretly love Linux!
Raw server logs that contain full IP addresses are rotated every 7 days.
You can also use an online tool like Cookie Metrix to see what cookies are stored on your machine when you visit my site. Spoiler - there are no cookies!
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Friends don’t spy; true friendship is about privacy, too.
-- Stephen King