Updated: March 24, 2021
Read about the kinds of information that are collected when you visit this site, and how that information can be used.
If you have any questions, please contact Daniel Chong.
This site uses Google Analytics. Some information, such as the pages you visit, your IP address (which implies location), and other browsing-related data, is sent to Google. Google may set and read cookies in your browser.
We use Google Analytics data to analyze how people use the site and to make improvements. Google provides a tool for opting out of Google Analytics in case you don’t want to participate.
Google also provides aggregate data about our visitors’ demographics and interests using cookies, Device Advertising IDs, and the Google Signals feature (see below). This helps us understand our audience better — which helps us provide better content.
We may also use the Google Signals feature of Google Analytics. It provides aggregated, anonymized insights into visitor behaviour across different devices. Google associates visitor information from our sites with information from signed-in Google account users who have consented to this kind of association for ad personalization. Google may use information like user location, search history, YouTube history, and data from sites that partner with Google in the process. (We only see the aggregated, anonymized insights.) You can see (and delete) your Google Activity data on Google’s My Activity page.
You can opt-out of seeing personalized Google ads using your Google account settings. (There may also be similar settings for ads on mobile apps.) You can also control some of the information Google uses to show you ads.
There are other tools you can use to opt-out of the collection and use of information for ad targeting. For example, visit the Digital Advertising Alliance Consumer Choice website for more information and one such tool. (European web visitors may find the Your Online Choices website helpful.)
We may also set and read cookies in your browser for administrative purposes. For example, we may use a cookie to see if you’ve already taken a specific action on the site. We don’t store personally identifiable information in those cookies.