Last updated July 29, 2021
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 Plausible Analytics to track basic information about your visit, including:
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. 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 Plausible 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.