Access Data / Server Log Files
The webspace provider can collect data about each access to our webpage (so-called server log files). The access data include:
Name of the retrieved web page, file, date and time of the retrieval, data volume, message of successful retrieval, browser type, version, user operating system, referrer URL, IP address and the requesting provider.
The webspace provider uses the log data only for statistical evaluations for the purpose of operation, security and optimization of the offer. The provider reserves the right to check the log data after the concrete suspicion of unlawful use.
When contacting us (for example using the contact form or e-mail), the user’s data are stored for the purpose of processing the inquiry as well as in the event that follow-up questions arise.
Web analysis with Google Analytics
This website uses Google Analytics with the extension “anonymizeIP()”, IP addresses being truncated before further processing in order to rule out direct associations to persons.
Information about cookies
(2) You can prevent storage of cookies by choosing a “disable cookies” option in your browser settings. But this can limit the functionality of our Internet offers as a result.
Social plug-ins from Facebook
Social plug-ins from Twitter
Social plug-ins from Pinterest
On our site, we use social plugins of the social network Pinterest, which is operated by Pinterest Inc., 635 High Street, Palo Alto, CA, 94301, USA (“Pinterest”). When you visit a page that contains such a plug-in, your browser connects directly to Pinterest’s servers. The plugin sends log data to the server from Pinterest to the USA. These logs may include your IP address, visited website addresses, which also contain Pinterest features, browser type and settings, date and time of the request, how to use Pinterest, and cookies.
Social plug-ins from Google Plus
Our Internet site uses a “g+” button of the Google Plus social network operated by Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheater Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, United States (“Google”).
The g+ button lets you publish information worldwide. Google stores both the information that you gav shared, as well as information about the page you saw when you clicked g+.
Google records information about your g+ activities to improve Google services for you and others. To use the Google g+ button, you need a Google profile, which must contain at least the name chosen for the profile. This name is used in all Google services. The identity of your Google profile may be displayed to users who know your e-mail address or have other identifying information from you.
If you do not want Google to associate the visit of our sites with your Google user account, you should not click the g+ button, or log out of your Google user account.
Following subscription to the newsletter, your e-mail address is used for our own advertising purposes until you cancel the newsletter again. Cancellation is possible at any time. The following consent has been expressly granted by you (e.g. via the newsletter sign-up box)
You may revoke your consent at any time with future effect. If you no longer want to receive the newsletter, then unsubscribe by clicking the unsubscribe link in the footer section of each mail or use the contact form.
When users post comments on the blog, their IP addresses are saved. This occurs to ensure legal security, if someone writes illegal contents (insults, prohibited political propaganda, etc.). In this case, the provider itself may be prosecuted for the comment or contribution and is therefore interested in the author’s identity.
According to the Federal Data Protection Act, you have a right to free-of-charge information about your stored data, and possibly entitlement to correction, blocking or deletion of such data.
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