Interrobot 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 be 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.
In addition to leaderboard data sent to the InterroBot webservice, crash and install telemetry, as well as software licensing is captured by the Microsoft Store. InterroBot is unable to resolve this information to you as an individual.
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
March 22, 2019