This policy was last updated .
As is standard for all web sites, this site logs each incoming access request and any resultant errors. The logs contain visitors’ Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, which can be considered personal data. For diagnostic, troubleshooting, and attack remediation purposes, IP addresses are retained in these logs and any reports generated from these logs, but only for a finite period of time (less than a week). Archived and/or longer-lived versions of these logs and reports either do not contain IP addresses or contain IP addresses in a masked or obfuscated state that does not allow for personal identification of any visitors.
Access to these logs and reports is limited to necessary individuals. We use the services listed below as processors to host this site. As such, you should expect that their personnel has access, as well.
As is typical for many web sites, this site uses a third-party analytics service to monitor and collect statistics about the use of the site by visitors. We employ this service in an attempt to better understand how people use the site. The service we use does not cookie visitors, collect their personal information, or track them across sites.
If you choose to submit a comment on this site, you are required to provide your name and email address, and are also allowed to provide a web site. The email address is not retained in a readable format (unless you choose to opt for an email subscription). The optional web site is published publicly to allow others to reach out to you- or find out more about you on a peer-to-peer basis. Upon submittal, your IP address is also recorded.
You have the right to a) request a copy of this data as it relates to you and/or b) request that this data be deleted from this site. To do so, please send your request via email to . In order to identify your data, please specify the following:
- the URL of the associated post
- the name of the commenter (as shown on the site)
- the date of the comment
If you are requesting that your data be deleted, please understand that any caching of this site may prevent your data from disappearing from public view for an indeterminate length of time.
As is typical for many blogs, this site uses a third-party spam detection service to filter out spam submitted as comments. We employ this service in an attempt to prevent trashy, self-promotional, and offensive comments from filling up the blog posts. This may require visitors’ comments and other information that visitors provide along with those comments (such as the visitor’s name and email address) to be processed and/or recorded.
If you choose to subscribe to any email notifications, you are required to provide a recipient email address, and may optionally provide your name and web site. The email address is required to deliver the emails as requested, while the optional data is collected for possible administrative and/or follow-up purposes. Upon submittal, your IP address is also recorded. Upon receipt of any sent emails, neither the opening of any messages or the clicking of any links contained therein is tracked.
You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link in the footer of any email you receive from us. However, unsubscribing does not necessarily result in your personal data being deleted. You have the right to a) request a copy of this data as it relates to you, b) request this data to be corrected/modified, and/or c) request that this data be deleted. To do so, please send your request via email to . In order to identify your data, please specify the email address(es) it is associated with.
Access to this email management is limited to necessary individuals. We use the services listed below as processors for this functionality. As such, you should expect that their personnel has access, as well.
We force all access to this site to be encrypted (
https://), thereby keeping any data provided and requested private and as secure as possible during transmission to and from this site. With that said, no method of transmission over the internet or method of electronic storage is completely secure.
As is typical for many web sites, this site uses a third-party optimization and security service to speed-up access to- and mitigate attacks against the site. We employ this service in an attempt to keep my visitors happy and safe. This may require visitors’ IP addresses to be recorded.
Any personal data you provide is not shared with any third-parties other than the service providers (processors) identified above.