Privacy policy

We are in the process of updating our own privacy policy and gathering data about what WordPress actually does with website visitor data.

From our part we can say that we are processing emails addresses in order to send new posts directly to your inbox once you have requested it. We also process your comments and details such your name or picture if you have a Gravatar image when you react to our content. We conceive our ability to send you the content you request as well as to process your comments and details attached to the comments to make them available as our legitimate interests (i.e. to share knowledge).

The emails, comments and details attached to comments are processed for the duration of the blog and will be deleted when the blog ends.

As data subjects you have the right to request access to your personal data (emails, comments, details), to have your data rectified if it is not correct, restricted or erased if relevant conditions are met, the right to object to this processing as well as the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority. Requests should be sent to

We also have access to statistics produced by WordPress: numbers of visitors per day, location by country, blog post views and referrers. This allows us to understand whether and when our blogs are read, which we view as one legitimate interest. While we only have access to the aggregates produced by WordPress and therefore are not in a position to identify visitors, arguably WordPress could have a richer picture. As WordPress is in the process of updating its own privacy policy we’ll update our own policy as soon as we receive more information. For the time being we believe WordPress is processing your IP addresses.