You can find an in depth description of cookies and the purpose of cookie policies at gdpr.eu.
First and foremost a cookie will be set with a unique ID, if you ever consent to cookies on the site. This is to keep track of what you have and have not given consent to. The unique ID is used to keep a log of consents as required by law. Any changes of consent will be logged, but the data will be anonymized. If you ever need a copy of your consent log or want it cleared, you will need this ID.
You don't currently have a unique ID, as you have not given consent to any cookies.
While cookie consents on other websites are often separated into broad categories as "marketing", "statistics", "analytics", "functional", etc., I try my best to separate consents as much as possible, so that you may consent to only the specific things, you want to consent to.
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Retract Consent to Cookies
If you have given consent to any types of cookies on this site, they will show up in the list below with a button to retract the consent. You can always give consent again next time you run into a blocked element. Notice that the retraction of consent doesn't automatically delete any cookies already set. You will need to clear those from your browser yourself.
How to Contact Me
If you ever need a copy of your log or want me to delete it, you can write me at email@example.com. Make sure to include your unique ID, else there's nothing I can do, as it's the only thing connecting you with the data.
This policy was last updated 5th of December 2021