Privacy Policy

Posted Thursday, March 10, 2022 by Sri.Tagged ABOUT does not collect personal data

This website ( does not collect "personal data" (as I see it defined by Art.4 GDPR). This may change in the future for the purposes of content subscriptions, discussion forums/chat rooms, and/or financial transactions. This policy will be updated should any new service be put into use.

GDPR compliance

I believe is currently compliant with GDPR requirements with respect to notification of use of "personal data" because I don't collect any.

That said, I currently do use two external services that collect data, but as far as I can determine it is not "personal data":


GoatCounter is "an open source web analytics platform" that "aims to offer easy to use and meaningful privacy-friendly web analytics". I use this to get an idea of what page content is being read, but not to track who is reading it. The GoatCounter privacy policy goes into further detail about how the use of GoatCounter "probably does not" require a GDPR consent for.


I'm using the Feed.Press service to provide email newsletters as well as see analytics for the number of readers. I do not see IP addresses or email addresses, and FeedPress has their own data collection and date protection policies for subscribers.

Adobe Fonts

Adobe Fonts (formally known as Adobe Typekit) is a service that provides webfonts to make the typography for more pleasing to my eye. The Adobe Fonts service provides a "CSS Fonts Package" that is hosted on their servers, and according to the Adobe Fonts privacy policy (dated November 5, 2021) they collect the following information when a web page is loaded:

  • Fonts served
  • Web Project ID
  • Web Project JavaScript version (string)
  • Web Project type (string "configurable" or "dynamic")
  • Embed type (whether you are using the JavaScript or CSS embed code)
  • Account ID (identifies the customer the Web Project is from)
  • Service providing the fonts (e.g., Adobe Fonts)
  • Server serving the fonts (e.g., Adobe Fonts servers or Enterprise CDN)
  • Hostname of page loading the fonts

Most of this information is the "Web Project", which is part of my Adobe account information. It does not seem to collect any data that can be used to identify users that are visiting, and the policy further states that they do not set cookies.