IMPORTANT: I will never give data to anyone. I will do my best to keep the data of my users and clients.
What is the personal information that we collect and what is the purpose of collecting them?
The MailChimp system handles the names (may be false) and the email address of the subscribers. You can unsubscribe anytime. I do not hold or manage personal information in any other form.
The site works under WordPress that does not collect information of the users.
When submitting a comment, the user’s IP address and the browser identifier string will be collected to filter the unsolicited content.
A deprecated string generated from the e-mail address (usually called a hash) will be forwarded to Gravatar if this page is in use. The terms of the Gravatar service can be viewed at https://automattic.com/privacy/
. After the comment has been accepted, the contents of the post and the profile image are also displayed publicly.
I save the emails from the people who contacted me through the website, but of course, I am immediately deleting them unless I suspect that there is some unlawful intent behind the request for information.
After writing your comment, the website stores the given name, e-mail and web address in a cookie. Storage is only for convenience purposes, so you do not need to complete it during the next comment automatically. Cookies have a maturity of 1 year.
If you have a user account and are logged in to this site, we’ll set up temporary cookies to find out if your browser accepts the cookies. These cookies do not contain personal information and are deleted as we close the browser.
When you log on to the site, you create multiple cookies that save login information and editing options. Logon cookies are valid for two days, a cookie that stores editing options for the editing interface for a year. If you select “Remember Me”, login will resume for two weeks. Logon cookies will be removed upon logging off.
Embedded content from other websites
I do not embed content on other websites
Google Analytics collects attendance data. These are in the form of aggregated statistics, and I do not use, search or guard any personal data. I’m just interested in how many people visit my website, which country and which articles they love the most.
Who do I share my user data with?
With nobody. Never. I am willing to use any legitimate tool so that the users’ information will never be shared with third parties.
How long do I keep personal data?
If we comment, the post and its metadata will remain in the system for an indefinite period. This is to make all of the subsequent postings known and approved by us, so do not get into the list of posts to be moderated.
The personal information of the users registered on the website is also stored in their own user profile. All users can view, edit or delete your personal information at any time (except that you can not change your own username). The administrator of this site can also view and edit this information, but has never done so or intends to do so.
Where do I forward the data?
An automatic spam filtering service can check comments of the visitors.
As a digital nomad and travelling journalist, he has no permanent place of residence and availability.
Valid procedures for data handling violations
In the event of notice, all data will be deleted unless any unlawful intent arises.
What third-party data do I get?
What automated decision making and / or profiling is done with user data?
Publication requirements of a regulated industry
In some countries, my activities are subject to authorisation and may be subject to special data management requirements.