The aim of this page is to explain the approach to your privacy on this website.
GDPR and personal data
This site does not require (nor make it available to) the user to sign in, therefore no access to personal data is needed. This also means, no personal data will be stored.
This site uses Google Analytics to collect anonymous statistical data about your visits. For example, which pages you visit, how much time you spend on each page and how you arrived to the site. It also tracks anonymous basic data about your computer (like OS and browser) and which country you are visiting from.
All of this data is anonymous, it is not possible to identify who visited the site.
This site uses Disqus for handling comments. You have to create an account at Disqus and sign in to make use of it. This means Disqus will know if you’re signed in, and theoretically could know if you visit this site.
I do not have any control over the posted comments, and do not take any responsibility.
If you have any questions or suggestions, do not hesitate to contact me.