We don't collect any information about you.
We have no registration or login.
We will never contact you by email, phone, text message, or any other method.
We have no third party advertisers.
We do not use Flash or any other technology other than standard HTML.
We do not use Google Analytics, web bugs, or any other methods to keep track of who you are and what you do.
We only use web servers that are open source (we prefer Apache running on BSD or Linux).
While we will not knowingly link to a malicious website, we have no control over third party websites that we link to. These other websites may place their own cookies or other files on your computer, collect data, or solicit personal information from you.
If we provide an email address or a contact form, we do "collect" any information that you choose to send by email or enter into the form. If you want to keep your information private, don't send it to other people.
Like most web sites, we buy web site hosting and email hosting from third parties. While we try to choose wisely and deal with reputable providers, we have no control over third parties. You should assume that our hosting and email providers keep the usual logs to prevent abuse.
If we ever sell, transfer, loan, or otherwise share some or all our assets, your information will not be included, and will be securely erased before making the transfer.
At some time in the future, we may be ordered by a court to collect information. We may even be ordered to not tell anyone about this. If this happens we plan on contacting the lawyers at the Electronic Frontier Foundation for advice about resisting these court orders. We will do this even if we are ordered not to do so by a court -- The Sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution guarantees our the right to have the Assistance of Counsel for our defense. Please note that even this does not protect your privacy; they could throw us in jail and operate our website pretending to be us.
The best way to make sure that we or any other website can not reveal private information about you is to not give us that information in the first place. We recommend TOR (The Onion Router) for web surfing, PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) for email, TrueCrypt for hard disks and AxCrypt for files. We recommend the BSD or Linux Operating System. Slackware and Hardened Linux from Scratch are particularly well-suited for secure systems.