This policy is effective as of July 23, 2018. This policy may change at any time without prior notice.
Your privacy is important. I will do my best to safeguard it and protect it. I will only collect and/or ask for information on a need-to-know basis, or as I explicitly state.
Who Gets Your Info?
I will not sell your information or give it to any third parties, with the exception of when I am required to by Federal United States law or the law of any states or subdivisions thereof.
Information I Collect
Assume that I will keep your data indefinitely. I rotate web logs every month, but I may accidentally collect other information which slips between the cracks.
- I automatically collect information about your web browser when you visist this site (camconn.cc or any of its subdomains). I do not share this information with third parties. I store browser-related data as anonymized information.
- I may collect your email, name, or other relevant information when you voluntarily provide these to leave a comment on this site. I may store information related to your accounts on third party sites when you leave comments through them (e.g. through Google or Twitter).
- I collect your coarse location, as determined by your IP address.
- There may be other ways that I accidentally collect your data. I’m only human.
How I Use Your Data
In general, I may use your data to publish relevant findings. When I publish these findings I will take care to sufficently anonymize any data about you that I collect.
- I may use your data to improve this website. I may use information I collect about your browser to help me determine what platforms I need to optimize this website for.
- I may use data I obtain about you to classify or fight spammy, malicious, or otherwise unwanted behavior. For example, I may implement a spam filter which learns to differentiate between good and bad messages based on your comments.
- I may use your data to tell anecdotes (I will try not to reveal your identity). For example, if there is a hacker conference in Maine, and I notice a spike in traffic to my site from Maine, I may point out that I received quite a bit of traffic from that hacker conference in Maine.
- I may use your data to publish reports. For example, if I notice that 87% of all of my site’s traffic supports a certain web browser feature I may publish that finding. I will make sure that any personal data is anonymized before I publish it.