Peterjin.org:Privacy policy

Internet content services hosted on the Internet domain "peterjin.org", as well as any subdomains (collectively, the "peterjin.org Services"), are subject to the following privacy policy:

  • We may store certain technical information about your Internet connection when you visit a peterjin.org Service. This may include, but is not limited to:
    • IP address, including whether it is IPv4 or IPv6
    • Date and time of use of service
    • Referrer and user agent
    • SSL/TLS connection parameters
    • Name of web page requested
  • We may use this information for purposes such as:
    • To determine what the most popular ISPs people use to connect to peterjin.org Services
    • To determine the most popular browsers
    • For abuse reporting
    • To debug peterjin.org Services
    • To determine the state of certain security technologies on the public Internet
    • For technical research purposes
  • Examples of what we may use the data for:
    • "Most people use TLS 1.2 to connect to my site, whereas bots use TLS 1.0" (but not "This user from 192.0.2.1 connected to my site using TLS 1.0")
    • "Most people still use IPv4 to connect to my site. Only Comcast, AT&T, and T-Mobile users use IPv6, whereas smaller ISPs primarily use IPv4"
    • "Firefox users are more likely to use TLS 1.2 than TLS 1.0"
    • "Most people view my site between 10:00 am (10:00) and 3:00 pm (15:00), but users from China view it from 7:00 pm (19:00) to 3:00 am (03:00)"
    • "[some page of my website] is the most popular web page on my site"
  • IP address use is limited to the following information if publicly disclosed:
    • AS Number associated with the address and the ISP or other organization associated with it
    • Location (city, state, and country only; no street address)
  • peterjin.org does not collect any personally identifying information (including names and email addresses) except by explicit consent.
  • peterjin.org does not sell any personal or technical information provided.

peterjin.org may publish full log extracts of automated systems (research probes, search engine crawlers, etc.) provided that the system clearly and voluntarily identifies itself as a bot (i.e. is not merely a human making excessive queries) and the activity is not merely incidential.