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Without a doubt, you need to disclose these practices in your term of service and privacy policy. My rule of thumb is that you probably shouldn't collect anything that you wouldn't feel comfortable explaining to your users or disclosing publicly (what if you ended up having to explain it in court?). Obviously, you need to be very careful (PCI compliance ...


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Yes, there are privacy concerns with using Google Web Fonts. If you have strict privacy concerns you should probably not use the service. Users of Google Web Fonts are bound by Google's generic API terms of service, which includes this clause: By using our APIs, you agree that Google can use submitted information in accordance with our privacy ...


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Regarding the fonts as an aesthetic element as well as the main element for readability, you may consider using the Core fonts for the Web, which basically is a set of very common fonts that you can find on almost any device, and if those fonts are not present, there are many possible alternatives available on each device. I'd recommend using those font so ...


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A hosted WordPress.com blog would already seem to offer all the privacy settings you would need. Not only can this block the content from search engines, but can also be set to "invite only": Source: Site Visibility - Privacy Settings


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1. Serverside - block Search Engines Create a robots.txt file in your root directory and add this text to it: User-agent: * Disallow: / Theoretically, This should block all search engines (the ones that honour robots.txt). 2. Know how Search Engines are crawling your site and control your site's visibility. Since you want it to be extremely private, I ...



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