Legal Info

This site is run by Prisca for the wider web teaching team, its address is: This page explains the use of cookies.

When you visit our site, an analytics script will log your IP address [1] and technical information, such as the device (desktop computer or mobile), operating system, browser and screensize. The purpose of collecting this data is to observe activity on our site and keep improving its structure and functionality for our users. It will only be used internally, exclusively by us for work on our site.

how we handle your info

We collect all information relating to the site’s statistics in dedicated directories on our local devices as well as in our own online archive. All devices are password-protected, any application data is encrypted, restricted with passcode-access only. We regularly review and backup our records to ensure accuracy and security. All information has only exclusive access, limited to task and solely granted to our team.

If you have any queries or concerns – use any of our forms to contact Prisca, the person responsible for all project- and data-related aspects. For the record of your data, please get in touch and ask for a SAR [2] and we will get back to you.

how we handle your info

Our site uses WP-Statistics for site statistics and to set cookies on your computer. Cookies are small pieces of data which are stored as simple text file in your browser and enable the logging of primarily anonymous technical information. You can easily view and delete these via your browser’s preference settings [3].

opting out

If you’d like to opt out of cookies – you can do so manually via your browser’s preference settings (usually found under ‘Privacy & Security’ or similar). You will find an option to ‘Accept cookies’ which—when unchecked—will stop cookies from being created and saved. Do bear in mind that many website functions now rely on the use of cookies and you might find some odd issues if you block cookies entirely. With the new legislation in place, you can now request your data to be erased in any case.

  1. a number unique to your computer[]
  2. General Data Protection Regulation, in effect from May 25th 2018, see EUR-Lex for legislation text.[]
  3. usually found under ‘Privacy & Security’ or similar, depending on browser.[]