Like many websites, jarondl.net uses Google Analytics to track
traffic and learn more about its audience. It is hosted on GitHub Pages,
and it also uses cloudflare to distribute traffic.
We use the standard Google Analytics snippet. You can learn more about
it and about opt-out options here:
All traffic to / from this website goes through Cloudflare. They collect
some info, and add a cookie
__cfduid, presumibly to identify
trusted machines with untrusted IPs. Learn more about it at:
This website is hosted on GitHub pages (which also uses a CDN, fastly).
They can collect plenty of data. I assume that this is covered by:
Your ISP and DNS providers will know that you looked for jarondl.net,
as will many other intermediate servers. They will not, however, know which specific pages
you looked at. (Cloudflare, GitHub and Google Analytics will know that, in an annonymized fashion).
Unfortunately, some servers between Cloudflare and GitHub will also know that, because of:
this issue (isaacs/github#156)