Personally identifying information we capture:
If you simply visit this web site, we send usage information to Google Analytics to help us better understand how the site is being used. While we are not trying to collect any personally identifying information, this usage information does contain IP addresses and, of course, is being stored with Google.
We do not track any other information about unauthenticated users unless an unauthenticated user attempts to access a resource they should not. In that situation, we log the IP address and information about the illegal access attempt.
We do not currently have an authentication capability.
We retain all information except security audit logs for the lifetime of the site unless you exercise your right to be forgotten. Since we do not authenticate users yet, there is no need to exercise a right to be forgotten!
As already noted, we do not sell information to third parties. Nevertheless, there are circumstances under which we submit information to third parties because they are providing services to us that require your data. We try to enumerate the information and the third parties here, but it may not be complete.