What personal data are processed?
By European laws, the only personal data I process on this website it's your IP address. If you are one of those people knowing what an IP address is and how many Internet connections are put by their ISP under a NAT, you may have raised an eyebrow. I understand, but such is the law, and I can't do much.
Who is processing my data?
Except for me, your IP address is processed by my VPS server provider and by the provider of the anonymous usage statistic tool that I use to know if people are actually using this website and how.
The VPS provider is Hetzner Online GmbH, and the anonymous usage statistics provider is Plausible Insights OÜ. Both are located in Europe (Germany and Estonia, respectively).
What is the purpose of this data processing?
Your IP address is processed to let your view this website (that's just how the Internet works) and to get some anonymous statistics. That's all.
Yes, it uses a single technical session cookie.
And what about external websites linked here?
What are my rights?
If you want your IP address removed, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I'll fix it. Following is the obligatory legalese.
You have the right to access, to rectify, to erasure, to object, to restrict processing, to data portability, to withdraw your consent and to launch a complaint with your local data protection authority. I am governed by the Italian data protection authority (“Garante della privacy”).