Why we protect your data
When browsing the internet, the last thing you want is to be spied on or tracked by marketers or websites you are using. These people might be interested in your personal data, or they might want to sell it to third parties, who will then use it to market their products or services directly to you. There are many ways online tracking and spying can happen. Cookies can be used to track you, and people might try to hack into the websites you are using to get information about you. There are also various laws and regulations that protect your data privacy rights. GDPR is a good example of this, as it protects your data rights and sets clear limitations on how websites can use your data.
Cookies? No thanks
Ad tracking? No thanks
Advertising can be a great source of revenue for websites that offer free content. However, these ads can be intrusive and annoying. They can also track the websites you visit and try to collect data about you. This website doesn’t use any ads with tracking. Instead, we show you unobtrusive ads that don’t track your browsing. This website doesn’t collect any data about you and doesn’t use any ad-tracking whatsoever. This means that we won’t be able to serve you ads based on your browsing history. This website is fueled by donations only. We do this so that we can keep the website ad-free and to maintain high standards of quality. This website accepts donations with a variety of payment methods. No matter which payment method you choose, your personal data won’t be shared with anyone. We don’t collect any data about you, and we don’t store any payment information on our servers.
Encryption of data
The internet uses encryption to protect your information as it travels from your computer to the websites you visit. However, not all websites use encryption by default. This website does. SSL encryption protects your browsing history by scrambling it so that it is not decipherable to anyone who might be watching. This website uses SSL encryption by default. This means that your browsing history is scrambled as you visit various websites through us. Your browsing history cannot be deciphered by anyone who might try to intercept it. This includes government agencies such as the NSA or the GCHQ. This website also uses HSTS by default. This is a feature of SSL encryption that ensures websites you visit through us are fully SSL encrypted. This prevents your computer from trying to connect to a non-SSL version of the website in the future.
THe General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
The GDPR has been in effect since the end of May 2018. It is a European Union law that protects the rights of individuals with regard to their personal data. It applies to users from all over Europe, as well as users from other countries who are served by organizations based in the EU. The law gives individuals the right to know what data organizations collect about them, why they collect it, and how they use it. This website complies with the GDPR by letting you know what data we have about you and how we use it. You can view this information in your account settings at any time. We collect data about you that makes your experience on the website more personalized. This helps you get more out of your browsing experience. We collect your email address so that we can send you notifications when necessary. We also collect information about your browsing interests to help you get more relevant content in your feed.
This website doesn’t store any passwords or email addresses. Instead, it uses a password manager to generate random passwords for all accounts. This means you can use this website to sign into other websites without having to remember the passwords. This website also doesn’t store your email address. We use a contact form to let you contact us. This form collects your name and email address. The email address is used to send you a confirmation email. It is not stored on our servers. This website uses automated email notifications to inform you about certain events. We may send you notifications about your account or our website. We don’t store any data about these messages in our servers. They are sent through an email service that doesn’t collect any data about you.
To sum up
The internet can be a dangerous place, but it doesn’t have to be if you take some precautions. This website is committed to protecting your privacy, and it does this by default. By not collecting any data about you, we are protecting your privacy and making sure that your data is not misused. This website is run by a dedicated team of volunteers who have extensive experience in the field of computer science and software development. We have made sure to implement all necessary security measures to protect your data and make sure your experience is optimal. This website is open source, meaning that you can review the source code and make sure there are no backdoors or any other vulnerabilities. You can also contribute to the website by submitting code through our open source hosting platforms. This website is free from advertisements, so you don’t have to worry about your data being collected or hacked.