Data collected on the basis of consent
Upon your request and expression of consent, we collect the following data for the purpose of providing services to you. Your data is not used for any other purposes or shared with third parties. It is removed upon your withdrawal of consent or your request to terminate theses services.
Data collected on the basis of legitimate interest
Based on our legitimate interests, we collect the following data for the purpose of running this website. Your data is not used for any other purposes or shared with third parties. It is removed upon your request.
Contact us / Comments
Name, email address, content of the comment: this data is collected when you leave a comment on the Website upon any submission which goes to Formspree. If you leave a comment with formspree, that data should be sent to us (automated spam protection is in place). IP and browser user agent string: this data is collected when you leave a comment. Retention period: Formspree have a 30 day retention policy. Our Retention Policy is 2 year max from any inactive communication.
The website uses Cloudflare, which is our Core Content Delivery Networks (CDN), Internet Security and used for DNS. It is used for security and caching of content which is viewed frequently, both which is done automatically. It also allows us to notice vague trends to improve the user experience on our website. They loads infront of our host, Gitlabs, so collects personal data such as: the date and time, IP address, browser user agent string. Gitlab Pages is a primarily a static host of files, it would collect similar data as our CDN's, for same reasons, but with less detail. You may opt out of this tracking at any time by activating the “Do Not Track” setting in your browser.
Content Delivery Networks
The website uses Statically and Google Fonts, which are both a type of Content Delivery Network (CDN). It is used for caching of our larger files on the site for images and fonts. They keep minimal logs of public usage, which we have limited access to. The data they would collect would be the same as Cloudflare and Gitlabs.