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A Short Note About Cookies and Privacy
We care deeply about privacy and data protection. We understand that terms like “cookies” can set off alarm bells, but please try to understand that:
- We collect as little information as possible
- All collected information is anonymized. We don’t know who you are; we only get to know how you’re using this site (and nothing else)
You might ask: why do we need to collect this information?
For starters, it helps us understand what’s actually going on our website. We use Google Analytics, which is an analytics tool created by Google. A small piece of tracking code on each page helps us know how you’re interacting with the page.
This tracking information is completely anonymous. All we know is what pages you viewed and how long you viewed it for (on average – not at an individual level).
This is what a Google Analytics report looks like:
As you can see, this report only collects aggregate data.
We also use SSL (Secure Socket Layer) on this website. The “lock” icon next to the website address in your browser means that the connection is secure and that no outside party can hijack it or see your private info.
All of this essentially means that we collect as little data as possible, and when we do, we make sure to keep it secure and anonymize as much of it as possible.
In other words, your privacy is safe on this website.