NEMS Linux sends anonymous, non-confidential usage data to the NEMS Linux Stats API. This data is aggregated by our system in a non-unique, entirely anonymous way.
GDPR And Other Regulatory Compliance
NEMS stores its data in Canada. This data is protected by Canadian privacy laws. To further ensure the privacy of our users' data, none of the data collected is identifying, nor is it even private information.
We do not receive nor store any account information, passwords or the like.
The daily check-in contains:
In order to uniquely, but anonymously identify your NEMS Linux server (eg., so we do not duplicate data if you send it twice and so others cannot pretend to be you) your NEMS Linux server will also provide us with your NEMS Linux API Key (which it generates automatically) as well as your NEMS Linux Hardware ID, which you can see within NEMS Server Overview.
We store this information to give us an idea how many people are using NEMS Linux, how many hosts they're using, and how we can better improve performance based on the information provided.
To see how this data is made publicly available, please visit the NEMS Linux Stats page.
If you'd like to review what data we collect, please observe the source code.