Privacy Policy

In General will remove any unlawful, immoral or copyright-infringing content from its site. We will also delete any material that might constitute or encourage unlawful conduct. However, should we have missed anything, please send us a short message to signal (at) and we will remove the content.

Links contains links to external content. Despite our efforts to carefully control this content in advance, we don’t assume any form of liability for the content of external links.

We hereby explicitly emphasize, that we don’t have any influence whatsoever on the design or content of linked sites. We expressly dissociate ourselves from all contents of all linked pages listed on this homepage. The responsibility for the content of linked pages lies solely with their operators.

Cookies uses cookies to improve the overall user experience. A ‘cookie’ is a small text file that is sent by streetclickz’s webserver to be stored on the reader’s device for later retrieval. Cookies are not used to store personal data.

You can opt-out of the use of cookies generally, if you prohibit your browser storing cookies. (See the settings of your browser.)

Google Analytics

We are sorry to say that uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc.

Google Analytics uses cookies, which are stored on the reader’s device and are utilized to analyze the reader’s use of The information stored by the cookie is about the reader’s use of, including the reader’s IP address are transmitted for further processing to Google servers in the USA and stored there as well.

Google uses the aggregated information to analyze the use of website, to compile reports on its readers’ activities and its related services. For example Google Analytics allows us to create maps like these to see where our readers are located which I find totally fascinating and makes me really proud.

I love that people in so many countries are reading this blog, but in order to know where you guys are, Google Analytics is used unfortunately.

Google may also transfer this information to third parties unless required by law, or where such third parties process these data on behalf of Google.

Under no circumstance will Google associate the IP address of an visitor with other data held by Google. As stated before, readers of may refuse the use of cookies by changing the settings in the browser. (However, we like to point out that in this case the usability of the site may be limited by comparison.)

By using, all readers are consenting to the processing of data on their use of by Google, Inc. in the previously described manner and for the aforementioned purpose. The processing of data by Google Analytics can be stopped any time for the future through the installation of the appropriate Browser plug-in from Google.

For further information on Google analytics and privacy related issues please visit: Safeguarding your data.

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