I could’ve done this with some long, drawn-out legalese borrowed from a website designed to create that legalese, but there was no need for it.
My site and I don’t store your personal information—but, just in case I need to be clearer: this site does NOT store your personal information in any way. Period.
That same email address is also where to send any questions about other privacy-related matters for this site.
Notes about external services
Data collected through my former use of Google Analytics was deleted by my request on 2020-08-09. Even when the data was active, I never used it to identify any individual.
When I learned that the use of Google Fonts served from Google transmit a visitor’s apparently not anonymized IP address1 to Google, I quit using this product (and suggesting to others that they use it) and, instead, served from my own site any typefaces that aren’t part of the so-called “system font stack.”
Please note that the Talkyard commenting platform by default uses Google Fonts; while we have made settings changes that prevent their being used, Talkyard still downloads Google-served CSS that normally accompanies them and, in the developer’s opinion, does transmit the user’s IP address to Google. Talkyard is working on an option to allow site administrators to disable Google Fonts and, when that’s available, we will implement it.