Privacy Policy

I (Subhomoy Haldar) do not collect any personal information without your consent.

Here's a complete overview of all the information that this website collects, where it's stored, and how you can stop the website from using this information:

  1. Preference for Dark and Light Themes

    The preferred website theme (light or dark) is light by default. This information gets stored in your local session storage that JavaScript can read and cause your preferred theme to persist across pages and browsing sessions.

    This does not provide any persona data about you (sensitive or otherwise) other than your theme preference. This data is also restricted to your machine and your browser only; it is not uploaded to any server.

    If you don't want to use this functionality, turn off JavaScript for this webpage on your browser. Note that it will also disable the expanding hamburger menu on your smartphone, math rendering and syntax highlighting.

  2. Minimal Contact Information For Reply

    If you intend to contact me through the form in the contact page or below every blog post, you will need to share your email and your name for correspondence with me. This is so that I can respond to you via email. That's where your information goes.

    I will not sell your email address. I might send you an email after our initial correspondence if I write something that might interest you. There's no automation here, just me. So if you don't want me to email you, feel free to say so.

    If you don't want to share your email address, try a different way of communication (like Twitter DM), or maybe don't contact me at all. Your call.

Third-Party Libraries

I use $\KaTeX$ to render the mathematical expressions and equations on my website. It is distributed under the MIT License.


The fonts I used for this website are obtained from Google Fonts and hosted on my website. I want to acknowledge their creators for the wonderful job that they did:

  1. Work Sans by Wei Huang - I use this font for the bulk of my website's text. This is a simple, easy-to-read typeface but it retains some serif elements that make the text look interesting.
  2. EB Garamond by Georg Duffner - A versatile and modern implementation of the tried-and-tested Garamond typeface. I use it for the headings in the main body of text.
  3. Ultra by Astigmatic - A distinct, chunky font with a personality! I use it for the main headings, and I have also used it for my logo.


Most of the images I use in my posts are sourced from Unsplash or Pexels Whenever I use the images, I make sure to include the name of the photographer, links to their profile and to the image itself.