My website is non-commercial and not doing anything creepy. I’m not saving or sharing your data. I’m not all that interested in you, really.

The site is built on the WordPress content management system, though, which means there are cookies involved. If you post a comment, it asks some information from you to make sure you’re not a spammer. (Here is the cookie policy from WordPress’s parent company, Automattic.)

To keep track of how many visits each page gets, I use WordPress’s built-in counters and Plausible, an open-source, privacy-friendly Google Analytics alternative. Plausible doesn’t use cookies or track you specifically, it just gathers aggregate data. I don’t use Google Analytics. No trackers, beacons, or anything else gathering data on you.