I am by no means a lawyer and highly value your personal privacy, which is why I’ll try to keep this policy as short and human-readable as possible. In summary, this website only collects what it absolutely needs to function and stores nothing on your device.
In order to make the website available on the internet, however, it has to be hosted on a server, which is in this case provided by GitLab Pages. In order to provide that service and protect themselves, GitLab has to collect certain information about their users including the following data:
Your IP address
The time and date of your visit
The referring site
Pages you have viewed and links you clicked on
Device information, which may include the device type, your operating system, browser type and version, language preferences, cookie identifiers, hardware identifiers, and mobile IDs
Should you choose to make use of the data provided under “Imprint” to establish contact, the email-address you use to establish that contact and any other personal data you provide in your message will only be used for replying to your message, should you wish for that, and the prevention of any abuse of the provided contact information.