We respect your privacy and want to be as transparent as possible!
In this document we will explain how and why we collect data as well as what we collect and who has access to it.
First of all, yes, we do use cookies and also log requests.

When and how do we collect data?

When you browse this website and it's sub-sites, we log every request to our server and use the gathered data to get a general overview of how the site is performing. This does not mean that we know who you are, what your name is or what you recently bought. All our logging and analytics happen on our side and your browser does not send any more data to us than it needs to.

Cloudflare and Cookies ๐Ÿช

Cloudflare, a service we use to, among other things, boost the sites performance and block bad people or bots, plants a small cookie on your computer to enhance our security. What are cookies?
This means that, in case there is an attack on the website or if some other user on your network looks suspicious, Cloudflare knows that you are a legitimate user and will let you through while the attackers get blocked. Cloudflare does not track individual users across the web and collects as little data as possible. More details can be found in Cloudflare's article.
You might have noticed that there is no cookie popup or GDPR banner on here. This is because the above mentioned cookie is essential for providing the service and does not allow cross-site tracking. These kinds of essential cookies do not require an annoying banner.

Logging ๐Ÿงพ

We log requests through the third party Cloudflare App Logflare. The collected data is stored in Logflare's BigQuery table for 7 days, after which it gets deleted.
Neither Logflare, nor GCP (the BiqQuery provider), nor Cloudflare, nor will we share the collected data or IP-Addresses with anyone else. If you are worried about the security or privacy aspects of these services, you may use the links in this paragraph which link to their respective privacy policy.

What data is collected?
  • Query Method (eg. GET, HEAD, POST)
  • The exact URL
  • Your IP-Address
  • Your User-Agent string