Privacy Policy

Introduction

I value your trust and privacy more than anything. This Privacy Policy describes how I work to maintain that trust and protect your privacy while you visit my website.

Simply said, I ("Henri Muldre") do not store your data on my servers, period. What happens on your computer stays on your computer.

The site you are currently visiting is my personal website, and as I do not conduct business over this website or any commercial transactions, I literally have no need for your data. The only time data (name, email address and your message) is gathered from you is when you voluntarily head over to the Contact page and send me a message - this is completely optional and nobody is forcing you to write me a message. You always have the option to send me an email, if you wish so.

By using and/or continuing to use this website, you agree to the Privacy Policy written here.

Third-Party

Please note that my website does not use any third-party tracking services, such as Google Analytics for example.

Cookie Policy

Introduction

This Cookie policy helps to explain the occasions when and why cookies may be collected from you. As with Privacy Policy above, I ("Henri Muldre") do not collect cookies from you. You can check which cookies are being collected from here: cookieserve.com. Note that I do not own nor do I associate myself with this cookie checker service. If you wish, you can use other similar services.

By using and/or continuing to use this website, you agree to the Cookie Policy written here.

What are cookies?

First, and contrary to popular belief, cookies are NOT programs. They don’t do anything at all. They are simple ’text files’ which you can read using i.e. the Notepad program on your own PC. Typically, they contain two pieces of information: a site name and unique user ID. Mention “cookies,” and most people expect a treat to appear. When talking about computers, however, cookies aren’t what’s on the dessert menu. In fact, they’re not even physical objects. Yet they do a great deal of the work that makes it possible for you to browse the Internet.

Different types of cookies keep track of different activities. Session cookies are used only when a person is actively navigating a website; once you leave the site, the session cookie disappears. Tracking cookies may be used to create long-term records of multiple visits to the same site. Authentication cookies track whether a user is logged in, and if so, under what name.

Under normal circumstances, cookies cannot transfer viruses or malware to your computer, because the data in a cookie doesn’t change when it travels back and forth, it has no way to affect how your computer runs.

Banning all cookies makes some websites difficult or impossible to navigate. However, a setting that controls or limits third-party and tracking cookies can help protect your privacy while still making it possible to shop online and carry out similar activities. Having said that, as my website does not use such features, there is no need for me to collect cookies from you.

What type of cookies are used on this website?

Own cookies:

As already explained above, I do not collect cookies. My website does not have any customer login platform or shopping cart or there are no settings that need to be remembered. Simply said, there is no technical need for me to collect cookies at all, as my website functions without them.

Third-party:

Some blog posts on this website might contain embedded Youtube videos (i.e. this blog post), which might collect cookies from the user. Please note that the cookie collection is done by Youtube (owned by Google Inc.) in the same way, as if you would visit Youtube's website. There are no other third party services on my website that use cookies. If you want to find out exactly what kind of cookies are collected, please use a cookie checker services to scan a webpage. There are many free cookie scanner services, so do your research or use the one I mentioned above. Please avoid the ones that require you to enter an email address. There are some good ones that do not ask any information from you and simply let you scan the webpage without sending you an email report.

How to remove cookies?

You can configure your browser to alert you every time a cookie is offered by a website's server and set your browser option so that you will not receive cookies. Most browsers have options that allow you to reject and delete cookies, but the procedure may differ from browser to browser.

  • Chrome: support.google.com
  • Firefox: support.mozilla.org
  • Edge: support.microsoft.com
  • Internet Explorer: support.microsoft.com
  • Safari: support.apple.com
  • Opera: help.opera.com
  • In case of mobile devices, browsers usually provide these options in the Settings section.