The FAQ has a section on privacy and user data but it wasn't very specific about what we don't do. I've fleshed that out and that section now has this information:
Who owns my data?
You own all of your own Event and Journal data. As a Member of the website, you agree to license your data so that we may use it in non-identifying ways to deliver useful information to you and to other Members and visitors of the website. If you choose to not be a Member any more, your Journal entries will be removed and you will have the choice of removing all your Event data completely or having it anonymized so it can continue to contribute.
Who has access to my Event and Journal data?
Your Event and Journal data is private not shared with any third parties by Event Loggers.
If you use Google Home to send data to EventLoggers, Google does record and store your commands. You can review and remove what Google has stored at https://myactivity.google.com/myactivity. Google also offers a comprehensive overview of what it does with the voice data it stores on this page.
Additionally, when you enter data via your computer or phone browser, the data is encrypted via https on its journey from your device to the server.
Who has access to my site visitation data?
We use Google Analytics to measure traffic to the website. When you visit a page on EventLoggers.com, a script supplied by Google called a "Tracking Code" collects information about the page you're visiting, the time, your publicly visible IP address and other visitation information. Your IP address is stripped out by Google and not included in any reports. Google provides a good overview of what it collects via the Google Analytics Tracking Code here.
We do not share your site visitation data with any other third parties.