automagically generate and publish "jsomorphic" webapps.
most of our services will include measures that prevent us from knowing your ip address.
since the threat vector in those cases are we, @magic, it usually is sufficient to relay all requests through anonymizer networks.
for a chance at actual anonymity, usage of tools like tor is encouraged, and our networks will not block requests from those networks.
we will never, under no circumstances, share information about our users with any third parties.
as long as this canary link works, we have not shared any data about our users with anyone.
personal data we access on your machine and do not send anywhere, ever:
- your git config user.email (never uploaded)
- your public gpg key associated with that email.
- your gpg keys published on github or gitlab.