Buttondown

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Simply put: Buttondown doesn't do anything weird with your data.

I want to speak plainly here. I have a Privacy Policy and a Cookies Policy and all of that stuff, too, but I hate legalese.

Many busineses thrive the concept of collecting data about individuals based on their email addresses and inbox usage. (You can read about that here.)

Buttondown is different. As a bootstrapped business, I don’t need to engage with data on level. Your information is yours, and yours alone.

Buttondown collects the standard bevy of email analytics: IP addresses, open and click events, client information. Buttondown sends that to absolutely nobody besides, well, you, the beloved customer. And if you want to completely opt out, you can.

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For your eyes only

Buttondown collects the standard bevy of email analytics: IP addresses, open and click events, and subscriber information. Absolutely nobody besides you will be sent that data.

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GDPR compliance

Buttondown is GDPR-compliant, with a clear, sensible cookies and privacy policy, to boot.

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Kind words from happy writers.

What got me on board was [Buttondown's] privacy friendliness (no tracking pixel & opt-out of UTM).
François Best
Chiffre.io
I pretty much love Buttondown to bits, especially because there's an opt-out of tracking/analytics.
Vixie
No Dark Magic

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