General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

As you can see from the banner displayed on the first page, we have also made contact with the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). It will become effective next Friday. Smaller websites like ours are also affected. What changes from here?

As we all know, the right to self-determination of one’s own information is the super fundamental right today – much more important than, for example, the right to physical integrity. As a result, private, non-commercial websites, such as ours, could also become the target of legal warnings.

To prevent you lawyers and the legal actions, you can now not only admire my new privacy policy, but also decide via the already mentioned banner whether your browser may be saved. It’s awesome, isn’t it?! Progress is unstoppable! However, I do not use any other data than those that are saved anyway with a click, e.g. the downloaded traffic from which you can derive the number of clicks. From now on you can, as already mentioned, largely escape a statistical collection on this website with one click. I can’t think of a reason for this, as I won’t pass the data on to third parties anyway. For further information please check our Privacy Policy, the Disclaimer or simply contact us and ask for our humble oppinion on this great law.

And all this data protection takes so much time that it becomes more and more difficult to deliver content, unless you belong to large media that have extra departments for it. So don’t be angry if the next article about new spooky correlations takes a while. Good content takes time.

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