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Easter Bunny Tracker - Privacy Policy

Last updated: March 25, 2020

Hi! Thanks for checking out the privacy policy for We've designed our tracker to minimize the amount of data we collect from you. However, for necessary operations, we do have to collect some non-identifying information from you.

Please read this privacy policy carefully to determine if you would like to continue to visit our tracker. We've tried to make the privacy policy has transparent as possible, so you're fully aware of how your privacy is handled on

In this document, We (“we”) refers to the team running You/your (“you, “your”) refers to you, yourself, your data, etc.

Data we collect, and any domains connected with it (such as do not collect any personally identifying information from users. We do not have a system on our websites that allow users to store personally identifying information.

When you visit the tracker, your visit may potentially be logged by our own web logging system. We use Cloudflare on the website, so about ~5-10% of hits will end up hitting our web logging system. This logging system collects the following data:

  • IP address information of the Cloudflare server that routed the request
  • The time of the request
  • Information of the browser being used to make the request
  • Information of the device being used to make the request, which can include the OS the device runs on, and the model number of the device or type of device.
The internal web log automatically gets deleted after about 15 days, and is only visible to website administrators. We may monitor this internal web log to ensure optimal site performance, and that Cloudflare caching is working as expected.

We include a service in the tracker to allow an estimated time of arrival for the Easter Bunny to enhance the experience. The service uses a Geo API that we developed in-house that uses the MaxMind GeoLite2 City database.

You can, optionally, opt out of the MaxMind GeoLite2 City database, by visiting this page: This will opt your IP out of the database. When you opt out of the database, in the next revision of the database, details about your IP won't be included.

MaxMind updates the IP database every Tuesday. If you don't want your IP generating an estimated time of arrival, please complete the request before April 7, 2020. If you've decided that you'd like your IP to return an estimated time of arrival, please complete the undo request by April 7, 2020. You can use the same URL listed above for opting back in.

The Geo API is requested every time is visited between April 11, 2020 6:00:00 AM GMT and April 12, 2020 9:59:59 AM GMT.

There is no system in the tracker to disable this functionality. If you don't want the Geo API to be queried, please add to an adblocker or block list, such as uBlock Origin or Pi-hole. Blocking the Geo API does not impede the functionality of the tracker.

The Geo API does not log the responses it makes. However, it does fall under the web logging system mentioned earlier. The exception is that our web logging system will log all the requests made to the Geo API.

We plan to use the data from the Geo API log at the end of tracking to estimate the amount of users that visited the website, so that we can accurately plan the growth of in the future. We also plan to use the data to determine if certain features are viable and worth the investment in the future.

Once the analysis of the logs is completed, we plan to delete the Geo API web logs within 30 days of the end of tracking. uses Cloudflare services to protect the website and ensure optimal performance. As such, Cloudflare is able to collect much of the information listed above, as all requests made to (and any associated domains) will go through Cloudflare. Cloudflare provides this information to our web administrators, so that we can optimize our site for performance:

  • Request cache information, including how many requests were uncached & cached, along with uncached & cached bandwidth information.
  • Unique visitor count, in which a unique visitor is categorized as a single device visiting the website.
  • Country that a request to the website originated from. We cannot see more detailed location data (such as what state/province the request came from), and to our knowledge Cloudflare does not process more detailed location data to our knowledge.
  • Threat information, which includes how many visitors were considered threats to the website. A threat is a visitor who has to go through additional Cloudflare verification to visit our site. Additionally, Cloudflare logs & displays the country of the originating request, and the type of threat that occurred.
  • Crawler information, which includes the names of crawlers/bots that have visited the site, along with the amount of pages crawled. If you change your user agent to that of a crawler/bot, you will likely show up on this list.
  • Traffic over SSL information, which includes the amount and percent of requests served over SSL, and the TLS version that was used to make the request.
  • Request type information, which includes the amount and percent of requests for different file types across
  • DNS query information, which includes the amount and type of DNS queries for from Cloudflare's nameservers. We can only see the last 6 hours of DNS queries, but Cloudflare is likely storing DNS query information for longer than 6 hours. makes use of your browser's local storage to store user preferences for the tracker. When you visit, JavaScript code on each page will initialize the local storage for the website to the default settings, if the code detects that there are no settings initialized. The local storage takes up under 5 KB of storage on your machine, and is only used for tracker preferences. If you'd like to, you can turn off local storage in your browser. The tracker will work without local storage, but you'll see a persistent warning in the settings modal, and settings will not persist through a refresh of the page. is committed to keeping our website 100% tracker and ad free. We do not have any ads, social media popups, and analytics tools on our website. However, some tools such as Privacy Badger will likely pick up that Cloudflare's CDNJS, GStatic Fonts, and JQuery CDN are potential trackers. Additionally, extensions such as uBlock Origin will block a Google Maps API statistics plugin. These are all side-effects of the services that we use. We do not intentionally put any trackers in our website. makes use of browser cookies as part of Cloudflare's protection for the website. These cookies are used to identify if you are a real user, or a potential threat to the website. You can use without cookies, however, you may be presented with security challenges when you visit the website.

What data other services we use collect uses third-party services provided by other businesses/organizations. These services are essential to the website operations. A full list of the privacy policies for the third-party services that we use are available below.


If you have any questions about how your data is being processed on, please contact the lead administrator of the website at this email address: owen (at) easterbunny (dot) cc

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