This site has no tracking on it. As far as I know, it doesn't even keep track of visitor counts. It's built on Nearly Free Speech which provides as stripped down an experience as possible.
Every page on this site is static html. There's nothing else here. I don't want to know you've been here unless you decide to let me know.
On a separate but related note, I try to practice something I've been preaching to news organizations for a while: I cryptographically sign many of my posts. I do it in a crude way, basically by hand, but you can see it if you hit "reveal code" in your browser and scroll down to the bottom. There, you should find a SHA-256 signature generated from my keybase profile for whatever the main text content of the page is. That way, you can doublecheck that the content wasn't screwed with by an adversary.
Obviously, it's unlikely that they will do this to me, but I think more important sites should build something like this function into their content management systems. Because adversaries might really want to alter that content, and they might find a way to do it at scale.
January 5, 2019
Original: June 16, 2018