General Data Protection Regulation

What does GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) mean for you at this service? Discretion and privacy in a non-digital world mean manners and respect, so they must be conducted in the digital world as well.

Currently, no personal data on this service is stored or harvested without any explicit consent. That means no cookies, no cup cakes, no tortes, and no tracking candies. No nagging advertisements or third-party analytics tools are in use either. Isn’t this awesome?

As you may have expected, there is no law without exception. Session cookies may be used to store your configuration settings. The session cookies are gone for good as soon as you close your browser. This service also uses server logs to protect itself against attempted spam, hacks, and denial-of-service attacks. Bear in mind that protection of services is also imposed and covered by the GDPR.

GDPR is the latest EU (European Union) Data Protection and Privacy law. The GDPR provides EU residents with control over their personal data, which includes the right to:

Access information about how personal data is used.
Access to personal data held by an organization.
Incorrect personal data to be deleted or corrected.
Personal data is erased in certain circumstances.
To object to automated processing of personal data.
Receive a copy of your personal data.

If you want to know more about GDPR then there you go...