Privacy Policy


This is the privacy policy of Privacy Affairs. The purpose of this document is to provide you with sufficient information of how we handle personal data.

We believe in a free and safe internet and our privacy practices reflect that.

Collection and Processing of Personal Data does not collect any personal identifying information whatsoever. We do not ask – and our website is not even technically equipped to collect – visitors to submit any personal identifying information of any kind, such as email address, real name, nick name, physical address, age, sex, etc.

The website does not ask anyone to provide personal information for using the website. Our website does collect information that is anonymized so that we can provide our users with better service – which may include enhancing the pages that are less popular.

We incorporate the use of Google Analytics to develop a better understanding of our website users. Although, no personal identifying information is collected through this service.

We use Google Analytics with a setup that includes marketing options disabled, anonymized IP addresses and no cookies.

What does Google Analytics collect:

  • The web pages that you visit on our website.
  • The duration you spend on every page of our website.
  • The way you get introduced to our website.
  • The device that you are using to view our website.
  • Your browser settings (including language), and home country.

What Google Analytics does NOT collect:

  • Who you actually are.
  • What other websites you visit on the Internet.
  • What you do on other websites than our website.
  • What you type in on your computer.
  • What you do after you have left our website.


Our website does not use cookies to collect personal data or track users.

The website uses only __cfdiud, a cookie that is essential for running the website and therefore the GDPR allows its use. This cookie does not collect any personal data. This cookie is generated by Cloudflare, an internet infrastructure and CDN provider.

Third parties does not collect your personal data, therefore we do not share it with any third parties.

However, our website contains links to third parties that may collect and process your personal information, such as Twitter and Linkedin. We do not have any control on whether they collect and process any personal data, nor we get access to such data whatsoever.

These links serve only for your convenience. By clicking them you communicate directly with Twitter or Linkedin, but not with You have the right to choose whether to use the links to the third parties or not.

Your data subject rights

You are the data subject and you have the following data subject rights:

  • To know all the details about the processing of your personal data
  • Access your personal data
  • Object to the processing of your personal data
  • Restrict the processing
  • Make corrections to your personal data
  • Transfer your data to another data controller
  • Have your data deleted (the right to be forgotten)

Although Privacy Affairs does not collect or process any personal data of our website visitors, you have the right to submit a request to exercise your data subject rights.

We will respond to any request as soon as possible, but no later than 30 days of receiving it.

You can send the request by email at [email protected].

Contact us

For any questions regarding our privacy practices, you can reach us out at [email protected].

Last Updated: 23 April 2021