Cookies & Privacy
Who the fuck are you?
I’m Bianca Toeps and my website is called toeps.nl. But you already knew that, because that’s why you’re here.
What personal data do I collect and why?
When you leave a comment on my site, WordPress collects the data you entered in the comment form, your IP address and the browser user agent string, to prevent spam. On new posts it is no longer possible to leave comments, and on old posts these will soon disappear as well.
At the bottom of the comment box you can indicate if it’s okay for me to store your name, e-mail address and website in a cookie. That way you don’t have to fill in that shit all the time. These cookies are valid for one year.
Embedded content of other websites
Posts on this site may display embedded content, such as YouTube videos or Instagram posts. Embedded content from other websites behaves as if you were visiting that website. In other words, an Instagram embed is like a mini-Instagram on my site, and behaves as if you were on Instagram at that moment.
Analytics, who your data is shared with and how long it is kept
When you leave a comment, that comment (and the metadata of that comment) is kept forever. This way I can automatically recognize and approve follow-up comments, rather than having to manually moderate that shizzle.
I use Google Analytics and Jetpack to monitor visitor numbers. With Google Analytics, I have a processor agreement. They keep data for 26 months. Jetpack does not store personalized data as far as I know.
Rights you have over your data
If you have left comments, you can request an export file of all the personal data WordPress has stored about you. You can also request that this data be deleted. This does not include data that I am obliged to keep for administrative, legal or security purposes.
Where your data is sent to
Comments from visitors may be routed through an automated spam detection service. (Akismet 4 lyfe!)
How I secure your data
I do my best to keep WordPress, its themes and plugins as up-to-date as possible. Furthermore, I once took three classes of judo and I guard my laptop with my life.
What data breach procedures I have implemented
I will report it if I am hacked. Probably in the form of a tweet saying: “Goddamn I’ve been hacked you motherfuckers!!!!!!!!”
You can always file a complaint with the regulator. But what you can do better is to contact me at email@example.com. Regards.