Privacy Policy

Personal data

As the author of this blog I assure you that I do not sell or make available any personal or address data of this blog’s users to any third parties.

I do, however, reserve the possibility to make changes to this Privacy Policy.


My blog uses cookies, i.e. information saved by servers on a user’s device, e.g. on your computer, that may be read each time a connection is made from that device. Cookies are IT data, in particular text files, that are stored on a website user’s device. They usually contain the name of the domain of the website from which they come, the time of their storage on the device and a unique number.

1. Cookies are used for the purpose of:

a) adapting the content of websites to their users’ preferences and optimising the use of websites; in particular, those files make it possible to recognise a website user’s device and display the website in a manner that is adapted to his or her individual needs,

b) compiling statistics that help understand the way in which the website is used by its users, which makes it possible to improve its structure and content,

c) maintaining a website user’s session (after he or she has logged in), thanks to which he or she does not need to re-enter the login and the password on each website page,

d) providing users with advertising content that is better suited to their interests.

2. My blog may use the following types of cookies:

a) ‘necessary’ cookies, which enable the use of services available on the website, e.g. authenticating cookies that are used for those services that require authentication on the website,

b) cookies used in order to ensure security, e.g. those used to detect abuses with respect to authentication on the website,

c) cookies that enable the collection of information concerning the way in which the website is used,

d) ‘functional’ cookies that make it possible to ‘remember’ the settings selected by the user and personalise the user’s interface, e.g. with regard to the selected language or region of his or her origin, font size, website appearance, etc.,

e) ‘advertising’ cookies that make it possible to provide users with advertising content that is better suited to their interests.

3. In many cases software that is used to browse websites (a web browser) allows, as the default option, the storage of cookies on a user’s device. Blog users may change the settings relating to cookies at any time. Those settings may be modified, in particular, in such a way as to block the automatic handling of cookies in the web browser’s settings or inform the user every time they are placed on his or her device. Detailed information on the possibility and ways of handling cookies is available in the settings of the software (web browser). A failure to change the settings relating to cookies means that they will be placed on the user’s device and that, therefore, we will store information on the user’s device and access that information.

4. Disabling the use of cookies may make it more difficult to use some of the services on my website, in particular those that require the user to be logged in. Disabling the option to accept cookies will not, however, make it impossible for the user to read or watch the content placed on this blog, except for the content that may only be accessed by logging in.

If you have any doubts concerning this Privacy Policy, you may e-mail me at