Let's have cookies

GDPR-compliant, I think.

Let's have cookies

GDPR-compliant, I think.

I use these session cookies:

  1. A security cookie of the CMS that helps keep my forms safe
  2. A cookie to remember you if you're logged into the site. It prevents you having to login again on every single page

That's it. They will automatically be removed after you leave the website or are functional, in the sense that the website actually needs them to work properly.

Analytics

I use a self-hosted first-party analytics program, so your data is not sent to Google, or to anyone for that matter. Also, it truncates your ip-address, so it simply doesn't store it, and it respects your 'do not track' browser settings (test it here). I also included a normal javascript tracker on my pages, so it is easy for you to block javascript tracking altogether by using something like uBlock Origin (which I recommend anyways!).

I'm still working on anonymising logfiles. They are automatically deleted after 52 weeks though.

Cookies by others

Sometimes I embed YouTube video's. Google sends a whole lot of cookies towards you. I cannot help that, besides advising you to use an ad blocker like uBlock origin, which I already did ;)