What information is collected
Apache server logs. IP addresses and the name they resolve to, if any, are probably the only sensitive information.
I don't currently allow access the processed logs (I use awstats, but limit viewing to just a few folk) and no one gets access to the logs themselves.
I no longer allow user registrations as it got too time consuming to tidy up the spam.
Direct email to me
. That information is kept private, unless I receive your permission to publish it first. Generally only program fixes or content amendments would warrant a reference to someone on the relevant page, and that wouldn't include email details unless you request it.
Passing details to third parties
I do not
pass on any details to third parties - ever
. Anything that is on the public website (statistics and registered user's homepages) could be trawled by others, but I do not actively participate in this. Private correspondence is just that - private.
I use AdSense
on this site but I have opted out
of ads that are based on user-interest categories. However Google
have recommended that any privacy policies are updated and should include the following information about Google and the DoubleClick DART cookie
- Google's use of the DART cookie enables it to serve ads to you based on your visit to this site and other sites on the Internet.
- 13 Mar 2009