The short version is that you use this website, and all content hosted here, at your own risk. Anything that you download to your computer is also done so at your own risk.
Privacy? I take that very seriously. I have installed an analytics package called Mint which interprets information which your browser willingly sends anyway, such as IP address, screen resolution, browser, operating system, and referral information. This information is regularly flushed, is kept pseudonymous, and is password-protected. I take reasonable precautions to ensure that nobody else can see this information.
As of January 1, 2014, I’m hilariously required by Californian law to disclose how I deal with Do Not Track signals. As of right now, I’m pretty sure that DNT signals are ignored by Mint (i.e. it doesn’t actually receive those signals or process them). Then again, I’m not really tracking anything — I don’t run targeted ads on the site, for instance. If this changes in a new version of Mint, I’ll update this.
If you email me, you do so under the assumption that I am free to publish your first name, and the content of your message, unless you request otherwise. I’ll usually check with you to be sure.
Please email me if you have any questions.