Privacy Policy

Analytics

This site uses cookie-less analytics powered by a self-hosted installed of Matamo.

This stores the first two bytes of a visitor’s IP address (192.168.x.x), the device type, browser and operating system of the visitor, the date and time of the visit, and the page visited. This is used to determine the visitor’s approximate location and to determine the visitor’s approximate time zone. This information is not used to identify the visitor, and is not shared with any third parties.

This helps to give me a good insight as to the amount of traffic to the site, what device and browser types are used, and a rough idea of location.

Raw analytic data is retained for 180 days, and aggregated report data is retained for 12 months.

Comments & Likes

When leaving a comment on a post, your IP and email address are retained indefinitely, until either the site is rebuilt, or the post is deleted for whatever reason.

When leaving a like on a post, your IP address is retained indefinitely, until either the site is rebuilt, or the post is deleted for whatever reason.

Webmentions

When sending a webmention, unless you are sending a private webmention, it will be publicy published at the bottom of the relevant post and retained indefinitely, until either the site is rebuilt, or the post is deleted for whatever reason.

Upon receiving a webmention, the site will retain the author’s name, site URL, avatar (if present) and comment summary in order to provide a performant site experience.

Third Party Embedded Content

Embedded content from other websites such will have the same privacy as if you had visited the site directly.

These websites may collect data about you, use cookies, embed additional third-party tracking, and monitor your interaction with that embedded content, including tracking your interaction with the embedded content if you have an account and are logged in to that website.

Where data is located.

All site data, including analytic and interactions are stored at a datacentre located in London, UK.

In the event of high levels of spam, comments and interactions may be processed by a third party service before being made visible on the site.

Your data rights

If you have left comments or likes on this site, you may request that these be removed or made private by emailing mark@marksuth.dev

Last Updated: March 2022