Privacy is very important for us. The aim of this page is to explain the approach to your privacy on this website and how it affects you.
GDPR and personal data
We are fully committed to meet the new European GDPR requirements. We do not require (nor make it available to) the user to sign in, therefore no access is required to personal data. This also means we do not store, nor have access to, any personal data.
Measuring visitors and analytics
We use Google Analytics, a service used by lots of websites, to collect anonymous statistical data about your visits. For example, which pages you visit, how much time you spend on each page, how did you arrive to the site. We also collect anonymous basic data about your computer – what OS and browser do you use, which country are you visiting us from.
Every piece of this data is anonymous – we only know someone visited our site, but it is never possible (nor is it our intent) to identify who visited our site. So in the end, we see a lot of quantitative statistical information, which we use to make our website better.
Links to Other Sites
We are striving to use commercially acceptable means of protecting it. For example, we use SSL encryption, our access to analytics data is protected by a password, and we use cloud services to host our content. Also, we never ask for your personal data, your accounts, or password.
But remember: no method of transmission over the internet, or method of electronic storage is 100% secure and reliable, and we cannot guarantee its absolute security.