When visiting the No Agenda website, by default, no identifiable information about you is saved on our servers. A tracking cookie might be used for analytical purposes, but is not used for any nefarious purposes like identifying you or showing you advertisements.
For certain actions on the website, we do ask for permission to save your IP address, like creating chapters or voting on suggestions from other producers. This can be prevented by creating a website account. IP addresses are simply used to discourage spam and troll submissions. Users from a suspect IP might get banned from interacting with the website.