How your data is used
You can disable analytics by blocking the domain
Analytics are implemented with a self-hosted instance of umami.
Anonymous analytics are recorded on every page view, and may in the future be recorded on specific events of interest. If I implement that, the events will be listed here.
No PII is collected. No cookies are used. And no cross-site tracking is done.
You can disable comments by blocking the domain
Commenting is implemented with a self-hosted instance of commento.
Comments may be left anonymously; by creating an account with an email address and password; by linking to a Google account; or by linking to a Twitter account.
If you log in to leave a comment, a cookie containing a session ID is stored.
Unless anonymous, the name of the author of a comment is displayed publicly. If you left a comment with Twitter, it will link to your profile.
Email addresses are not shared.