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Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy #

The website stephenhoover.org does not collect or share personal information. However, stephenhoover.org uses Cloudflare as both a Domain Name System (DNS) and as a Domain Name Registrar. Since stephenhoover.org relies on third parties for these services, I have also included each services privacy policy under the heading of the company.

Cloudflare #

Definition(s) #

End Users: #

Those who (i) access or use our Customers’ domains, networks, websites, application programming interfaces, and applications, or (ii) are authorized Cloudflare for Teams users, such as our Customers’ employees, agents, or contractors.

Explicit Use #

End Users #

Log Data: Cloudflare processes End Users’ information on behalf of our Customers. This information is processed when End Users access or use our Customers’ domains, websites, APIs, applications, devices, end points, and networks that use one or more of our Services. Cloudflare also processes End Users’ information on behalf of our Customers when the End Users access our Services pursuant to our Customers’ authorization. The information processed may include but is not limited to IP addresses, system configuration information, and other information about traffic to and from Customers’ websites, devices, applications, and/or networks (collectively, “Log Data”).

Cloudflare Privacy Policy effective as of March 31, 2020 [Original URL] [WebArchive URL]

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Comments #

This privacy policy was heavily inspired by the privacy policy of Gabriel Weinberg’s search engine DuckDuckGo which can be found at https://duckduckgo.com/privacy.

Updates #

If this policy is substantively updated, I will update the text of this page by writing ‘Updated’ in bold font next to any new content or changes for a period of at least 30 days.