Data collected by Bibliogram
Bibliogram logs all incoming request URLs and the time of the request to the console, but does not log headers, IP addresses, or other information. These logs are stored on disk, but only will be read when technically necessary (eg. debug, prevent abuse). Otherwise, the owner doesn't give a flying flamingo about what you're trying to do in my swamp!
Bibliogram has a database that stores the usernames and IDs of viewed users, and all data about viewed posts. This data is not linked with the user that requested it.
Data collected by Bibliogram is not public and is never sent to any external services.
Exporting or deleting your data
Since Bibliogram does not associate any data with a user identifier, we cannot export or delete "your" data since we have no concept of "you".
For Assistant request, and privacy concerns on the instance itself:
im (at) austinhuang (dot) me (PGP)
For privacy concerns on the host:
support (at) theendlessweb (dot) com