stephanweinhold.com is my personal website.
Making sure that your personal data is save is important for me. That is why I am storing your data only at servers of my German hostimg provider and nowhere else. I am using your data only in accordance with the standards and statutory regulations (DSGVO, TKG 2003).
If you are contacting me via email, your data will be saved for six months so I can react to possible questions and follow-up questions. I will not share this data without your consent.
Cookies suck. (I am talking about the digital ones. Cookie-cookies are awesome!) So I am not using them. Maybe this is an antiquated view, but I do not want to make money with your data.
I am also refraining from using Social Media sharing buttons.
This website is using Matomo for tracking. The rudimental variant and without using cookies. I am just curious how many people are visiting my website.
Your IP-address gets collected but it will be immediately pseudonymized (e.g. via deleting the last 8 Bit). That means, only a very rough localization is possible.
Data handling is done based on § 96 Abs 3 TKG and Art 6 Abs 1 lit a (Einwilligung) and/or f (berechtigtes Interesse) of the GDPR.
Your privacy is very important to me. So your personal data gets pseudonymized.
The data will be stored for maximum 26 months.
You have the rights for disclosure, correction, deletion, limitation, data portability, revocation, and legal caveat. If you feel like the processing of your data is in violation of the Data-Protection Law or your claims regarding the Data-Protection Law are violated in any other form you can issue a complaint at the regulation authority. In Germany this authority is the respective Landes-Datenschutzbeauftragten.
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