Privacy & Cookie Policy

This website does not collect personally identifiable information, and no cookies are installed that could be used to track visitors.

This website has a “no tracking cookies” policy. Third-parties used for providing the service may drop essential cookies; however, the implementation goes to great lengths to prevent that, avoiding third-party services altogether (including video players).

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Email Newsletter #

The website uses Mailchimp. Email addresses collected via the newsletter subscription are processed by Mailchimp, acting as a data processor.

The collected email addresses are used solely to deliver notifications on new articles being published.

Read Mailchimp’s Privacy Policy.

Commenting #

This website uses a self-hosted Isso commenting server and widget for allowing comments on articles.

The commenting widget collects your name, email, and website. Your email is for being notified in case of replies (optional feature), or for being contacted by the author, but only related to your comments. Your website is optionally collected in case you want to show to other readers who you are. This data, collected via the commenting widget, is only used for displaying and reacting to comments on the website. It will not be used for any other purpose, or given to any third-party.

Cloudflare #

The website uses Cloudflare as a proxy for caching content, and protecting against DDoS attacks.

Cloudflare sets a cookie named __cfduid that’s restricted with HttpOnly and Secure attributes, meaning that it is secure, and other parties cannot access it. Cloudflare can identify users via this cookie, but they consider it a technical cookie that’s “strictly necessary to provide the service” (see Understanding the Cloudflare Cookies). We cannot opt-out of this cookie, all websites being served through Cloudflare have it.

Read Cloudflare’s Privacy Policy.


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