Version 1.00, Aug. 8, 2018
All my pages use the Facebook Comments Box. This means that you can write comments at the bottom of all my pages and these comments are simultaneously posted on your Facebook profile.
I am sorry that my website doesn’t have it’s own comments system! Facebook is infamous for storing all information they can get their hands on, so in that sense my website is a bit invasive on your privacy. And maybe the Facebook Comments code sets cookies. I don’t know.
My site also uses ‘jquery-1.11.1.min.js’. But that file is hosted on my website, to minimize the amount of tracking.
Beside that, the servers of my web hosting company Unoeuro.com has statistics. Probably more or less equal to any other unix-based web server.
A few of my web pages may still use StatCounter for statistics, but that is a reminiscence…
Well… That’s all I know about the privacy of my website.
2 notes about the Facebook Comments Box:
Note 1: If your comment disappears the moment you try to post it, it's because you need to allow pop-up windows and cookies from facebook.com...!
Note 2: If you can't see the Facebook Comments Box here - where you can write comments and read the comments of others,
and you are using Firefox, then it's probably because you have Firefox Tracking Protection turned ON. Firefox Tracking Protection regards
the Facebook Comments Box plugin as invasive to your privacy... I am sorry that I don't have a comments-system that is not regarded as invasive
to your privacy by Mozilla.org (and Disconnect.me). You can turn Tracking Protection OFF by clicking on the Tracking-icon
near the upper left corner of the Firefox browser window, next to the web address URL-field.
This issue is currently being tracked by Mozilla at https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1226498.