I gather information on how many people visit trev.com for purposes both egotistical and editorial. This helps me understand how often people stop by, what they read, and what they ignore. I use this helps me decide what is and isn’t worth posting.
Every website keeps track of visitors, some more than others. I run a private copy of Piwik, an open-source analytics tool designed with privacy in mind. At the moment I’m testing a few other analytics engines so your data may be captured by a handful of apps.
Personally Identifiable Information
I don’t collect your personally identifiable information. If you send me an e-mail or sign up for a mailing list, you may be asked to provide your e-mail address or other personally identifiable information. If you don’t want to provide personally identifiable information just don’t send in the first place. Simple.
Do Not Track
You can enable a feature called Do Not Track in your browser. This setting isn’t supported by one of the analytics engines I’m testing and may not be respected in that specific case. Otherwise I absolutely respect your request not to be tracked.
My analytics engine stores cookies so I can see how many visitors come back to trev.com. These cookies don’t have any of your personal information and can only be read by trev.com. If you are curious about Cookies you can learn more here.
I don’t own the infrastructure that sends trev.com to you. When you visit trev.com your internet provider talks to a bunch of computers that end up asking my host Webfaction for the web page. I have no control over your Internet provider.
trev.com Terms and Conditions
You are encouraged to read the Terms and Conditions some lawyer made me publish by visiting trev.com/about/legal/
This product includes GeoLite data created by MaxMind, available from www.maxmind.com.
Thank you for taking the time to read this policy. If you have any questions, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.