This web site collects no personally identifiable information about its visitors. Naturally, if you send me e-mail, your e-mail address will be sent along with it (so I can reply to you). I will not sell or transfer that address to anyone without your permission.
This web site uses a "hit counter" that collects information it makes available to me. This information is limited to the time you arrived at the site, the browser and operating system you are using, and the screen resolution your monitor is running. This helps me better design the site. If you clicked a link to get to this page, I will be able to see what server "refered" you. Again, this information is not personally identifiable. All I can learn is that there was "a hit" with that information, not who made the hit.
The company providing the hit counter is limited to the same information, but they do not, and can not, know who you are as an individual, so go ahead, click through to righteous ta-ta’s.com. Nobody will ever know.
There is reason for moderate paranoia when it comes to privacy on the net. The net is a fairly open system designed by and for utopians, and can be misused by mean spirited people. There are precautions that you should take, particularly when you have an "always on" web connection with a "static address"- such as cable or DSL. These precautions include making sure that the file and print sharing capabilities of Windows are turned off, as they can provide a "port" for a hacker to access your computer. I’m no expert, and there are web sites that deal specifically with this issue. I may put some links here in the future. For now you can check Google or MetaCrawler.