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Privacy policy

We aim to collect as little data as possible. In general, we aren't interested in your personal data and don't collect, save or process any personal information.

If you have any questions regarding the use of your data, feel free to contact us. We'll gladly help!

Server log data

Requests to our Website are stored anonymously in server logs. The data will not be used to create user profiles and won't be passed on to third parties. We don't use any technologies that aim to process the access behavior or data of individual users.

These logs can include:

The logs are automatically deleted after 30 days.

Google Fonts

We use Google Fonts to enable a consistent style of our website across devices. Google Fonts is a service provided by Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA.

We use Google Fonts to load our fonts to ensure you have the fonts, that we use on our website. Using Google Fonts in contrast to serving the fonts ourselves can improve performance because fonts loaded by Google Fonts will be cached. If you already have the font cached, your browser won't have to download it again, which leads to reduced internet usage and faster loading times.

Google claims, that it won't collect or process any more data than is necessary for serving the fonts. Google Fonts doesn't set cookies and requests aren't authenticated or linked with your Google account.

You can find more information about Google Fonts at https://fonts.google.com/about.
Google's privacy policy for partner sites can be found here: https://policies.google.com/technologies/partner-sites.

Analytics

To gain insights into how this website is used, we use Plausible Analytics.

Plausible is a user-friendly and privacy-preserving analytics tool. It only collects aggregated usage information and doesn't store any personal data, like your browser agent or IP address. This data is collected without the use of tracking cookies. More information can be found in Plausible's data policy.

Plausible is developed in the EU and the collected data is stored encrypted on servers in Germany. The source code of Plausible is open source and can be found on GitHub.

For full transparancy, the tracked data is public and can be found on my stats page.