In a nutshell:
- No personal information collected;
- No trackers in use;
- No identifiable cookies set on your device.
Last updated: 190704
A note about the “No cookies” statement
The Dokuwiki app that our websites use to serve content does in fact set one cookie on your computer.
This cookie is a session identifier and its purpose is to protect users from a hacking exploit called Cross-site request forgery.
This cookie is a random identifier, contains no information about you, your location, or your computer, and is valid only as long as you browse a wiki: in short, it does not contain information that would personally identify you.
Here is an example of one of these cookies: “713fe22e17c6bc50bb34207ebccc3df3”
FYI: A note about the webserver logs
Webservers log every request made to them; our webservers (hosted on a shared server by PAIR Networks) are no different.
The information that is logged by a webserver includes:
- IP address of the client that made the request
- Date and time of the request
- Request type and resource being requested
- HTTP response status code
- Size of the object returned to the client
- User Agent–the browser being used to access the resource