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There is no user login process, so there is not any user information to collection in the traditional sense. Standard server logging occurs, and this information is used to analyze threats and do security research which is largely published as can be seen. User privacy is respected up until you decide to attack servers operated, at which point the decision may be made to expose your attacks and analyze the details of how it works, how, or other further measures of what you are up to as an adversary to the people of the human race.
For general traffic data, aggregate data is anonymized to show in general how much information can be obtained about traffic about users and how much information is willingly given to servers by users' browsers. This is done for threat analysis and also to help users understand the level of detail that they expose to the internet to help them understand and analyze their own privacy risks when surfing the web.