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.
Plus, it’s actually the law within the EU.
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?
The TL;DR is that there are no Analytics on this site. You can read more about that here if you’re interested.
My server does log visits, as most web servers do, but these are purged every 7 days. Within the web server logs, the following information is logged:
- Your public IP address.
- The date and time of your visit.
- Page(s) you visited.
I log this information so, in the event of something like a DDoS attack, I can do something about it.
No tracking cookies will be dropped on to your machine from this website, which means there is no unique ID that I can use to identify and track you.
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! 🙂
I maintain a very basic newsletter that allows people to subscribe and receive my posts direct to their inbox.
3. Terms of service
You do not have to agree to any terms of service in order to access, view, read, or copy any of the data on this website.
All public content on this site is published under the Creative Commons Share Alike 4.0 License unless otherwise stated. More information is available on the Licensing Information page.
Friends don’t spy; true friendship is about privacy, too.— Stephen King