Last updated April 20, 2019
I don’t believe you should be tracked across the Internet because of code I’ve installed on my website. And, as an aside, I don’t think tracking what you do across the Internet is something that should be done.
Here’s what I can tell you about tracking code I’ve installed on my site and the collection of personal information.
I use a service called Fathom Analytics to track the following:
Additionally, this server is running Apache and, like all web servers, captures your IP address, the pages you visit, and time stamps associated with the pages you visit – basically the same information Fathom collects. However reading Apache logs isn’t easy (I’d love it if you have a suggestion for a good Apache log parsing tool) so that’s why I have Fathom Analytics installed.
If you choose to send me an email I’ll receive whatever information you choose to send my way. Otherwise, I don’t collect any personal information from you when you visit this site.