This website does not use any visitor tracking, affiliate links, ads, cookies (apart from the fit athletes poll within my Ironman Copenhagen post, which is completely optional), or similar things. I actually have no idea how many people visit this site.
Therefore, no user data is collected. I do use a hosting service, Uberspace, which might for technical reasons log some data I’m not aware of and do not have any control over. From what I understand, the logging that any hosting provider or ISP, Uberspace in particular, might do, doesn’t violate any laws, but is rather necessary in order to follow the law. Example: saving IP addresses of visitors for a limited amount of time in case an official court order requires it for any criminal investigations.
If you would like any potentially saved data about you to be deleted from my hosting provider or ISP per the Right to be Forgotten, please contact me and I will try to help you in that regard. But again: The website is programmed by me to NOT save anything about you.
Google Maps API
This website makes use of an embedded Google Map on the front page to show Europe and my EU Marathon Challenge progress. Every embedded Google Map also opens up another connection to Google Fonts in order to display slightly different font characters on the map. Google reassured us standard API users several times that everything is GDPR compliant and created this website if you would like to find out more.
Data Protection Commissioner
As this is a personal blog of one person, me, I believe I am the one that has to fill this role as well. Tim Teege, Data Protection Commissioner, firstname.lastname@example.org