Privacy policy

I'd prefer if we could treat the Internet like we treat the street: with no formal expectation of privacy, but knowing that it's rare that anyone actively spies on you. So I'd like to set your expectations low - this policy is not a promise to invade your privacy.

I like Aza Raskin's privacy icons; in their vocabulary:

For example, I might use your data to decide what content to write in future.
Okay, I really won't sell your email address to spammers.
I don't really know how much of your data advertisers get, so assume they get everything I get.
I don't keep any particular schedule for deleting things; best to assume I never do.
Don't confess to any murders on my blogs, okay?

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