Privacy matters but it can be confusing. This page explains the studio approach to privacy and how it affects you.
- Statistics are collected about your visit, like which pages you viewed
- Statistics are not shared with anyone else
These are just the key points. If you need detail, keep reading.
Measuring the visitors
Visitors to the website are measured using Posthog. It records what pages you view within joanmira.com, how you arrived at the site and some basic information about your computer.
The information collected from Posthog helps to understand what parts of the site are doing well, how people arrive at the site and so on. Like most websites, this information is used to make the website better.
To allow visitors to discuss the blog articles and some web pages, a discussion system based on Github issues called Utterances is used.
The Utterances widget code is out of the control of joanmira.com. Nonetheless, on their website they say: No tracking, no ads, always free.
To be able to comment, you need to register an account on Github.
Of course, all comments you leave are also publicly visible on the Internet alongside your Github username.
Previously, a comment system called Disqus was used, but all the comments were imported to the new system. If you wish to remove your comment, please contact the studio to delete it.
If you sign up for the newsletter
When you sign up for the newsletter, information about you, such as your name and email address will be recorded.
You can opt-out from the newsletter at any time.
Your personal information or email address will never be provided to any third parties except where they are specifically employed to help deliver the service, as detailed above.
Updates to this policy