This site collects a small amount of data, mostly about errors and how people use it. This document describes what data is collected and how it's used.
Who operates this site?
This site is an experiment built and maintained as a hobby by me, Simon Elvery.
Identifying data and web tracking
This site does not collect your personal details. I don't know, or want to know, who you are.
If you have not previously selected a location, or have cleared your browser's local storage since doing so, this site attempts to detect the country you're in using a third-party service called ipstack.com in order to provide more relevant results.
The information returned by ipstack is not retained beyond use of a two letter country code for the duration of your visit to the site. You can effectively opt-out of future use of this service by manually selecting a country.
My hosting provider, Netlify, logs access to this site.
Netlify stores your IP addresses for up to 30 days after visiting this site. This data is used for networking analytics, and is not combined with any other identifying data. You can read more about Netlify's privacy commitments.
At some point in the future, I may start collecting search terms entered into this site and the suggestions provided by search engines in response.
The purpose of this hypothetical data collection would be to analyse how suggestions made by search engines change over time.
Feel free to get in touch if you have any questions.
Last updated on 22 March 2021.