Interrobot 0.8.7 uses a webservice to post to the leaderboards. While no personally identifiable information (PII), as defined by NIST Special Publication 800-122, is collected, the service does store a device identifier as well as an IP address. These are used in coarse geolocation, software debugging, as well as to mitigate high-score manipulation. Leaderboard data will not shared with third parties unless compelled by the government. Were this information compromised, an attacker would require additional details from a third party (Microsoft Corporation or your ISP, for example) to resolve your identity.
The interro.bot website tracks usage analytics using Google Analytics, a third party analytics provider. The statistics collected include pages vistited, time on page, browser version, and more. If you prefer to not be tracked by Google Analytics, I would recommend a browser extension, such as uBlock Origin or Privacy Badger, which will block these requests.
Updates to this Privacy Statement
September 28, 2018