This page will provide specific examples of what information we can see from our end and how it may affect you. Only Pi-hole administrators can see this information and it is not shared outside of our team.
referral information, top viewed pages, and outbound clicks.
This information is limited to content only on the base pi-hole.net Webpage(s).
How We Use WordPress/Jetpack’s Information
We use it for capacity planning and to see if certain posts we do are worthwhile, such as the iterations of What really happens on your network?
If you want to block any of this information using your Pi-hole, just blacklist pixel.wp.com and stats.wp.com (these are often already part of the default lists Pi-hole ships with).
discourse.pi-hole.net Discourse is the open source software
that powers our user forums. We’re able to see the statistics Discourse has built in. We can see your email address (the Show
button must be clicked in order to see it) and your IP address;
activity about your account;
top searches (cumulative of all users);
and several other general statistics (some of which are available publicly
You can learn more about Discourse and their software here
How We Use Discourse’s Information
We use it to learn what pages people view in order to see common problems and issues people run into and if they warrant the creation of an FAQs.
You can see everything our Content Delivery Network offers
. They offer some basic statistics.
How We Use BunnyCDN’s Information
We use it for capacity planning and deciding where we may need to position our servers or load balancers for the best performance.