Trying to recover from depression, anxiety, PTSD, and panic disorder

Posted: 08 May 2014
Updated: 18 January 2018

Privacy policy

I, Hunter Hogan, own and do most of the work on this website, As of 18 January 2018, the website runs on a virtual server with a Linux operating system. Apache is the webserver software. Most content is managed by WordPress software and various plugins.

Therefore, when you access, your action could create one or more log entries in software controlled by, one or more cookies served by, and/or pass data to one or more services used by

Some logs, cookies, or services might contain information about you. Some of that information might be stored by Within the limits of the laws of humans and the laws of physics, I can do whatever the fuck I want with that information.

Since I made this website in 2001, my most common action has been to ignore, then delete the information. But you should assume that I might become a dickhead like Google, Equifax, or the US government and use the information to be an asshole: within the law, of course.

If don’t like my policy, you have many options. Your best choice is to never use the internet. A pro-social choice would be to help me (with compensation) to create and implement a better privacy policy. But you won’t do that because it’s more fun to bitch about the world than to improve the world. My last suggestion is for you to protect your own privacy.

Third-party cookies might use the following services. If so, then those services might have privacy policies.

Google AdSense requirements uses Google AdSense to serve advertisements. Because uses Google AdSense, Google requires to tell you the following: does not have access to those cookies or the actual information in the cookies. At best, can view aggregate information in reports.

Other Google products uses Google Analytics and Google Customized Search and possibly other Google products. At best, has access to aggregate information collected by Google. To understand Google’s policies, please see How Google uses data when you use our partners’ sites or apps. (Meaning: when you are on and Google collects data about you, what is Google going to do with the data.)

Other third-party cookies

Content from third parties might have an associated cookie or other method of tracking (a login, for example) controlled by the third party. A page on with a YouTube video, for example, likely has one or more cookies controlled by YouTube and could even be associated with your YouTube account. does not have access to any of these cookies, the information in the cookies, or your third-party account information. In some cases, has access to aggregate, non-personal information from the third parties. Some third parties that might collect information about you when you use (some have links to the privacy policy of the third party):

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