Privacy policy for the use of this website (according to the GDPR)

The use of the website is generally possible without providing personal data and the data collected for statistical purposes during visits is made anonymous (see use of cookies). However, if you wish to use the services of Serena Chillemi (e.g. buying a CD), it may be necessary to process your personal data [1]. In such a case, the consent of the person concerned will be obtained (see contact form).

Server data

The website is located on a server in Copenhagen (Denmark) and in order to be accessed, data is automatically transmitted from the Internet browser to the server and thus to our web space provider. This data, also called server log files, contain your IP address, the browser type and version, the operating system used, the referrer URL, which website you are currently visiting (i.e. ours) and the date and time of your access. The data is necessary both for technical purposes (access to the website) and for security reasons in the event of an attack on the network infrastructure. In addition, this data is used for statistical purposes, although it is anonymized for this scope.

SSL encoding

SSL encryption is used to protect the transmitted data and is indicated by the prefix "https://" in the address line of the browser. Unencrypted pages, on the other hand, can be identified by the prefix "http://". This encryption prevents third parties from reading the transmitted data.

Use of Cookie

Subsequent is explained how this site uses cookies. If you continue to stay on this page, you agree to our use of cookies.

A cookie is a small file that is stored on your computer when you visit a website. If you visit the website again, the cookie shows that it is a repeated visit. The cookie does not contain personal information. The cookie does not identify you to the websites of third parties, including the site of the analysis provider.
Furthermore, cookies can be used to save your preferred settings like language and country, so that these are available on your next visit.

We do not use the IP addresses or cookies to identify you personally.
We use the web analytics system to increase the efficiency of our website.
We have tried to list all the cookies that we use. Please note that this list is partially incomplete and will be gradually updated.
If you notice a discrepancy, or think that a cookie is missing, please let us know via the contact page.


Used Cookies

  • Session cookie (valid until browser restart): phpsessid

Disable / remove Cookies

The behavior and the settings of cookies are determined and managed by the web browser used. Here are some links to instructions on how to manage in popular web browsers:

Contact form

On the website you can contact me quickly and electronically using the contact form. This form requires the submission of the name and an e-mail and, in certain cases, the submission of additional data required to process the request.
If you contact me via the contact form, your personal data will be stored automatically. This voluntarily transmitted data is processed exclusively in order to handle your inquiry and for the purpose of establishing contact. I do not pass on any personal data to third parties.



You can post comments and impressions on the blog. The blog post requires a name, while the fields city and e-mail address are optional. All information provided is stored on the server of the website together with the date and the time of the post and then publicly displayed in the blog of the website, which is why the entry can also be found by search engines such as Google. We do not pass on any of the personal data provided to third parties.
If you wish to delete your post, please send a message with "Delete blog post", as well as the date and time of the post via the contact form.



The "Buy Now" button, operated by PayPal Europe S.a.r.l & Cie. S.C.A. (22-24 Boulevard Royal, L-2449 Luxembourg), allows you to shop securely. By using the online payment service provider PayPal, personal data required to process the purchase, confirm the identity, manage the payment and the customer relationship are transmitted to it. The transmitted data are name, surname, address, telephone number, IP address, e-mail and further data concerning the order like number of articles, article number, invoice amount, etc. PayPal also works with third parties to ensure an easy, fast and above all secure way of payment. From time to time PayPal may share information with these third parties to fulfill their contractual obligations.
You can find more information about PayPal's privacy policy and a list of third parties here:

[1] According to the GDPR, "personal data" means " any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (‘data subject’); an identifiable natural person is one who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identifier such as a name, an identification number, location data, an online identifier or to one or more factors specific to the physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity of that natural person"