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(Okay, let’t get this out of the way!)
I have a confession to make: My idea of the GDPR and its legal and technical implications is … uhm … limited, to say the least.
I assume I am not supposed to say that. I should “fake it, till I make it“, get myself a lawyer (or maybe simply look for a GDPR declaration of compliance template-thingy??), and scramble to make sure that my blog is compliant with the European General Data Protection Regulation.
Also, I should have prepared for this ages ago. But a bit like it happens with many people and Christmas – every year – I had NO time, because it was taken completely by surprise! (*irony mode off*)
By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.
If you follow the given link there, you can read more about what (these particular) cookies are and what they are used for.
In my own simple words, I can tell you about some really cool functions and information that I can access via my (password-protected) WordPress dashboard/analytics. For example, I can see
- from which country (US, Germany, India etc.) you are accessing my content. That works via your IP address.
- which blog posts are read how often and how many visitors come across my blog within a specified amount of time (“Traffic”). And no, I cannot identify WHO exactly it was that visited my blog at a specific time.
- via which external links or search terms users find my content
A few remarks on Blog Followers, E-Mail Addresses and E-Mail Marketing
You might have seen that you have the option to follow/subscribe this blog – either in such a way that it appears in your WordPress reading feed or that you receive a message in your inbox to inform you that new content has been posted. In order to facilitate that, the system has to collect your e-mail address (darest I say: “Duhh!”?). It does this automatically, and the notification messages are being produced automatically as well.
When you “like” a post as a fellow WordPress user, I can of course identify you via your user name. And when you comment and submit your name and e-mail address, this information is collected and stored within the system as well, together with your IP address.
What I don’t do with that stored information:
- store it externally
- sell or otherwise actively share it with third parties
- use it to send you unsolicited e-mails