We take your privacy very seriously. Unlike most other websites, we don’t use tracking cookies, device fingerprinting, or any other techniques to track your browsing habits.
Information we collect
We try to collect as little information as possible; however, it is sometimes necessary for us to collect certain types of information. Below, you can find details about which types of information we collect, and about how we use this information.
When you send us an email or use a contact form on this website, we store the information you provide for the purpose of replying to your message, and for reference in future communications with you. We will not sell your contact details to third parties or send you newsletters without your consent.
Server log files
When you access a website on the Internet, the web server handling your request receives your IP address and, depending on your browser, some information about your browser and platform versions, and the URL or domain name of the referring website, if any. We keep this information, along with the date and time the request was processed, the name of the requested page, and the amount of data transferred, in server log files for at most 30 days.
Some requests for pages on this website may be handled by Netlify, Inc. (U.S.). Netlify stores the data listed in the previous paragraph for less than 30 days.
Server log files are useful for diagnosing application errors, resolving performance issues, and responding to security incidents. We do not combine the information in our log files with data from other sources, and we do not use it to analyze individual users’ activities.
If we make any changes to this policy, we will update this page accordingly. Please check back regularly to see if any changes have been made.