Your privacy (and frankly mine as well) is of the utmost importance to me. That’s why Medical Notes uses tools that collect as little data as possible, or better, don’t collect and share data at all.
Medical Notes uses a publishing platform called Ghost, which doesn’t collect any personal data, neither it doesn’t ship with any kind of trackers. Here’s Ghost’s GDPS Compliance Statement.
This website uses Mailgun for sending emails, which only tracks whether subscribers open each email, but is generally not very reliable. If you’d like to remain 100% private, not even disclose your email, you can follow this publication via the RSS feed.
Plausible is a privacy-focused analytics tool used for measuring how Medical Notes is performing. It doesn’t track users across multiple devices, doesn’t collect IP addresses, shares data with third parties, etc. You can read more on this link.
The only type of information this website collects are email addresses and names of subscribers, if they choose to subscribe. This data is not shared with any third party and is used for the sole purposes of informing subscribers of new issues published on the website.
In short, all the data collected is owned by Medical Notes and not used in any way that would expose it to third parties, used for cross-site tracking or re-targeting.
For any questions or concerns regarding your privacy, you may contact me using the following details: