Hi, I’m Nick and I’m the creator and sole maintainer of Linux and Caffeine which is a new website devoted towards how-to guides for Linux, server admin tips, web hosting reviews, and much more.
I wanted to use this page to tell you about the information Linux and Caffeine collects from you and any cookies this website uses. I will continue to keep this page updated with any news concerning privacy. If you have any questions for me, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Linux and Caffeine currently uses Google Analytics to keep stats about visitors to this website so I can see how many visitors I get per day, what posts people tend to view the most, how long someone stays, etc. I’m using the default Google Analytics settings and do not track anything extra. If you do not want to be tracked by Google Analytics, Google offers a Google Analytics Opt-out browser add-on that you can find out more about here.
I have the default built-in WordPress comments enabled on Linux and Caffeine so visitors (like you!) have the ability to discuss, ask for help, make suggestions, and more, on the content. When you submit a comment, the data that is collected is all the data asked for on the comment form and also your IP address and browser user agent string to help with detecting any spam comments.