We care about the privacy.
Do we track you?
We are not tracking you. We do not use any cookies or other tracking or identification-related super-secret technologies.
We took a step further, and we use the privacy-friendly drop-in replacement for Google Fonts, made available by coolLabs: https://fonts.coollabs.io.
Update: We're hosting our fonts on our servers now. Nevertheless, we do suggest checking out the A privacy-friendly drop-in replacement for Google Fonts. ❤️
Google FLoC & Privacy Sandbox
We fought against the Google FLoC, inspired by our friends from Plausible Analytics (by enforcing the interest-cohort=() via the
Permissions-Policy header), but apparently Google have abandoned it in January 2022! 🎉
We do suggest checking this site for more details: https://amifloced.org/ to learn more about whether you're affected by the Google FLoC.Back to top
Do we use it and which one is it
We use simple and privacy-friendly Google Analytics alternative called Plausible Analytics, and we do not use any other analytics services. Plausible is lightweight and open source web analytics. No cookies and fully compliant with GDPR, CCPA, and PECR. Made and hosted in the EU, powered by European-owned cloud infrastructure 🇪🇺
Plausible AnalyticsTo learn more about Plausible Analytics, please refer to this link: https://plausible.io.
Information about advertisements
We do not use any advertising ad-revenue services. We might include links to our friends services on our site (e.g., "Fosshost").Back to top
Any other privacy-related stuff
We do not collect any personal information other than the email address, your website URL, and your name (aliases, nicknames or random names are fine!) you provide when you register.
Credit card information is not collected - all purchases and subscriptions are handled by Paddle, inc. Your home address is not collected. We only keep the transaction ID (which is a random integer, e.g.
We do not sell or share your personal information with any third parties (even if we wanted to, we don't have it).
Passwords are not stored in plain-text. They are not recoverable, are encrypted using one-way encryption algorithm. In case you forgot your password, you will have to reset it.Back to top