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Privacy Policy

Your privacy is just as important (if not more) than my privacy. For that reason, I make it a commitment to ensure my site isn't privacy-friendly, but private-by-default.

What data is collected?

I do not collect any personally identifiable information (PII). I utilise the "Accept-Language" to provide a more personalised version of the website.

Why is this data collected/used?

Using your Accept-Language header, I can display the website in a language that you might be able to understand. If you're browser doesn't report either French or Japanese, then it defaults to English.

What data is shared, sold, or transfered?

I do not share, sell, or transfer any data collected with any third-parties. I am not responsible with who Vercel shares data with. This is outlined in their privacy policy here.

Who has access to this data?

Governments or law enforcement may request data from Vercel, to which I have no control over. Per their privacy policy as of writing, they will provide data "when [they] have a good faith belief it is required by law, such as pursuant to a subpoena, warrant or other judicial or administrative order." You can read more here.

Who processes this data?

The data is processed by the following parties:

  • Vercel and their subprocessors: They host the site. They do not mention, as of writing, who powers their services.

What if there's a data breach?

In the event of a data breach at Vercel, I cannot do anything to notify users as I do not collect identifiable data. I will leave a banner on the website to still spread awareness of such, however.

Where can I find past versions of this policy?

This site's codebase is hosted publicly on GitHub. You can check the list of changes to this policy here.


You can write to hello [at] to get help as swiftly as possible on amending and fixing this document, as well as get answers to questions regarding this policy.