This page explains my approach to privacy on this website and how it affects your experience. Shortly, that’s how it works:
- I collect anonymous statistics about users’ behavior, like which pages of the website were visited;
- if you want to comment one of my posts, you either have to be logged in WordPress.org or leave your name and email;
- if you want to receive my latest posts in your inbox, you can leave your name and email to subscribe to email updates;
- I embed various social buttons to let users share my posts if they want to.
Informations are collected in a totally anonymous way: I don’t know who you are, I only know that someone came to my site and what he/she did on it. Like any other webmaster, I use this data to understand whether my users are happy or not and to improve the performance of my site.
Don’t you like this Google Analytics thing? Learn how to opt out.
If you want to comment one of my posts, you have to leave your name and your email. They will never be used for commercial purposes, given to third parties or used in any other way without your explicit consent. If your comment is approved, the other users will see your name but they’ll never know your email.
At the bottom of my articles there are various buttons that let users share my content on the most famous social networks, like Facebook and Twitter. By clicking these buttons you are redirected to the social network site, where — once logged in — you can customize your message and share your update.
Obviously I don’t have any control on which informations this sites use and how they use them, but I do think there is nothing dangerous for you. If you want to take a deeper look at the privacy policies of this services, here they are: