This website is using Matomo, an Open Source, self-hosted software for collecting anonymous usage statistics for this website.
The data is used to analyse the behaviour of the website visitors to identify potential pitfalls like not found pages, search engine indexing issues and to find out which contents are the most appreciated. Once the data (number of visitors reaching a not found pages, viewing only one page…) is processed, Matomo is generating reports for website owners to take action, for example changing the layout of the pages, publishing some fresh content… etc.
Matomo is processing the following data:
If you are using this site, the visit is logged by the host of this website (Lukas Winkler). This log contains your IP-Address which allows you to be identified indirectly via your internet servrive provider. The collection of this data is a legal obligation and required for security. You cannot oppose it and the data is at no time used for other purposes.
The processing of personal data is based on legitimate interests.
Processing your personal data is helping us identify what is working and what is not on our website. For example, it helps us identify if the way we are communicating is engaging or not and how we can organize the structure of the website better. Our team is benefiting from the processing of your personal data, and they are directly acting on the website. By processing your personal data, you can profit from a website which is getting better and better.
Without the data, we would not be able to provide you the service we are currently offering to you. Your data will be used only to improve the user experience on our website and help you find the information you are looking for.
The personal data received through Matomo are sent to:
Matomo and this website data is hosted in Germany. No data leaves the EU.
As Matomo is processing personal data on legitimate interests, you can exercise the following rights:
If you think that the way we process your personal data with Matomo analytics is infringing the law, you have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority.