Minimally, web servers get your IP address when you visit. Whether or not that or other information can actually be used to identify you, specifically, depends on a lot of things.
IP Address Tracing and Privacy
Articles relating to how much information is exposed by an IP address, and conversely how much information can be retrieved from an IP address and under what conditions.
When your computer can’t get an IP address any other way, it assigns itself a 169.254 IP address. It’s a sure sign of a problem.
While you cannot find the specific owner of an IP address, I’ll look at a few tools to see what IP-related information you can get.
Even a cached version of a website could send information about you back to the original server. The thing is that we just don’t (and can’t) know.
Finding out that you are on a blacklist can be a nightmare. So how do you get off of it?
While getting someone’s name and address from their IP address is technically possible, it’s also typically difficult and requires involving law enforcement.
People can tell very little from your IP address. For example, they cannot tell who or where you are. How much they can tell varies a great deal.