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You have probably noticed that this website also has a cookie notification when you first visit. If you accept that notification we store your consent in a cookie in your browser so you will not have to see it everytime you come back.
There is also a cookie from Cloudflare, our domain provider, DNS, and CDN. They store a cookie on your maschine to "identify individual clients behind a shared IP address and apply security settings on a per-client basis". This means that, in case there is an attack on the website or if some other user using your internet connection looks suspicious, Cloudflare knows that you are a legitimate user and will let you through while the attackers gets blocked.
This website does only store logs which include the users IP-Adress, UserAgent and the requested page. The logging is handled by Logflare and all logs will be deleted after 7 days.
Other than that we don't store any user data.
Also we won't ever sell, distribute, or publish private information. We are not Facebook (for legal reasons thats a joke).
I (Lukas Langrock) have some apps on this website, GitHub and the Microsoft Store. Some of these apps may collect data using Visual Studio App Center.
This data provides statistics about active users, most used features, and helps me optimize the interface and features of my apps.
App Center also sends crash reports if the apps experience problems. These reports contain data about what the application was doing, what lead to the crash, and what computer the app ran on.
Visual Studio App Center is made by Microsoft, which means Microsoft will collect, manage, and process this information.