We don’t share email addresses with anyone else.
Web-analytics is one of the main subjects of this site. So naturally we use a system to track visits.
We use the obvious one, Google Analytics, to record anonymous data about the way people use this site. Google forbids us to track any personaly identifiable behaviour.
If you want the full detail on that, here are the Google Analytics UK-English Terms of Service under which we operate.
But you’re probably more interested in this key section:
By the way, if you would like to keep an eye on who is using which web-analytics system to track you, then you should download a copy of WASP, a Firefox browser extension which identifies web-analytics systems and flags them up at the bottom of your browser window.
We use surveys to help us understand the needs of our visitors and to gain insighet into the way they use the site in particular and the internet in general. If you complete one of our surveys we will not publish your personal information, but we occasionally quote interesting comments in articles on the site.