I value my privacy, so I do my best to make sure my websites and products also respect your privacy.
This website is mainly a marketing page, so data collection and usage is pretty minimal and straightforward.
When you make a purchase, Paddle (my payment processor) collects your email address, country, postal code, and payment information. The only part of the payment information that I see is the total amount charged (including tax), and the payment method (credit card, Apple Pay, Google Pay, PayPal, etc.).
I then store the following information in ConvertKit (my email service provider) and in the database of my license verification service. This information lets me contact you when there’s an update or bug fix for Ruby on Mac, and allows me to generate the appropriate license.
- email address
- name (if included with the payment method)
- product purchased
- version number of product purchased
- purchase date
- amount paid
- coupon used
I will never sell your email address to anyone, or share it with anyone. I won’t try to sell you anything aside from Ruby on Mac (and, maybe in the future, other courses or products I create).
If you want to stop receiving emails from me, you can unsubscribe by clicking the “unsubscribe” link at the bottom of all emails I send. You can also reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I can manually remove you.
This website uses a privacy-friendly analytics service called Plausible that doesn’t use any cookies. It helps me understand how people are discovering this site, and whether it’s effective.
The only cookie on this site is
paddlejs_campaign_referrer, and it is generated by Paddle (the service I use to process payments) to capture the site customers came from before they landed on this site. This helps me see which marketing efforts work best.