Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy and GDPR Compliance

As of May the 25th 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation comes into force throughout all member-states of the European Union.

According to its provisions, the GDPR applies to anyone who processes personal information and is processing it as part of an enterprise. Pursuant to Article 4 Paragraph 18 of the GDPR, “enterprise means a natural or legal person engaged in an economic activity, irrespective of its legal form, including partnerships or associations regularly.” That means that the prerequisite for the GDPR to apply to a website and/or blog is that said website and/or blog must host the economic activity of an enterprise, in the aforementioned sense.

This blog is personal and in no way engages in economic activity of any kind. Thus, in no way does the blog’s author collect or process personal data with the purpose of economic activity of any kind. This is solely a personal blog, where articles or literary pieces are written by the author only for the purpose of expressing personal opinions.

Hence, no measures and privacy policies need to be outlined regarding this strictly personal, non-business blog.

Nevertheless, this privacy policy statement will repeat the WordPress generated prompt you see at the bottom of your browser upon accessing any hosted blog (a prompt which also provides you with a link to learn more about Cookie Policy); that is, that by accessing this WordPress hosted blog and browsing through its posts you have to agree to the use of cookies by it. Moreover, this blog, like any other blog hosted by, uses the WordPress tools pertaining to the analysis of the website visits.  Furthermore, as the WordPress rules regarding comments under posts provide, the author of this blog holds the right to moderate and/or delete comments deemed inappropriate and/or offensive.

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