This document aims to inform you about the security and privacy of this site and how much personal data may be collected.
Your connection to langrock.info and it's sub-sites is end-to-end encrypted using HTTPS.
Additionally, the HSTS (HTTP Strict Transport Security) headers are sent on most subdomains to ensure your browser will always use said HTTPS connection.
There are a few reasons why your data might be collected.
Please note that data collection does not mean that you are being tracked across websites, it just refers to the storage and handeling of data you or your browser may send to this site.
When you browse this site, or one of it's sub-sites, your IP address and other information, that your browser sends along with your requests, may be stored in server logs, unless stated otherwise. Logs are used by me to find issues with my sites and services as well as by third-party services I use for this website and domain.
When you create a user account or otherwise authenticate yourself (eg: joining my Minecraft server) your personal information, related to your account and all data associated with it, is stored to provide you with the service.
All services, where you may need to authenticate yourself, are hosted in Germany and are fully managed by me. This means that your personal data is protected under German privacy laws and is never going to be shared with third-parties.
Not all personal data is considered private. Data that is considered public may be freely available and not protected.
Data that is not considered private:
Gitea: Information you set to be public on Gitea will be freely available for everyone to see.
Open Trashmail: Received mail on my Open Trashmail server can be viewed by anyone who knows the used address.
Minecraft server: Public chat messages as well as all interaction with the map is considered public. Your interactions can be seen by anyone on the server and anyone looking at the online map. Furthermore, anyone can download the Minecraft map on the website.
This does not apply to private messages, server logs, player data and server-side processes, because they are not publicly accessible.
Nope, nothing here.
You are not being tracked and your behaviour is not being analyzed.
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You might have noticed that there is no cookie pop-up or GDPR banner on here. This is because the above-mentioned cookies, used by my services, are essential for providing the service and are strictly functional. These kinds of essential cookies do not require an annoying banner.