The Mirja-Sachs-Foundation operates the online offerings www.mirjasachsstiftung.de (hereinafter “the Website”). In the following we inform you as to the type, scope and purposes of the collection and use of personal data on the Website.
What are personal data?
Personal data are all information about personal and actual circumstances of a defined or definable person. These include information such as your name, address or other postal address or telephone number. Your e-mail address is also included, in as much as it is related to your name in such a way that you can be identified by it. Information that cannot be used to determine your identity are not included. Nor is general information such as “15% of our Internet users are between 55 and 65 years of age” personal data..
When and where are personal data collected and stored?
Mirja-Sachs-Foundation asks for your name, address and other required information when you request further information using the contact form. All of your personal data is stored on a specially protected server and only used for the purposes you announce to us. No data are gathered or recorded when simply accessing the Website.
Passing on personal data to third parties
Mirja-Sachs-Foundation only uses your personal data within the foundation and only passes them on to third parties if this is necessary for the processing of membership relationships (e.g. collecting membership fees). Your personal data will not be passed on to third parties for any other purpose, unless you have explicitly issued your consent or if we are obliged to do so, for example due to a court or administrative order.
Using Facebook’s “Like” buttons
The Website uses the “Like” buttons of the social network facebook.com. This service is operated by Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA (“Facebook”). The button bears the Facebook logo and the label “Like”.
When you call up an article page of the Website that has such a button, your browser sets up a direct link to the Facebook servers. Facebook transmits the content of the plugin directly to your browser and integrates it into the Website.
Thus, when accessing the page, Facebook receives the information that somebody has accessed the page. At this moment you are logged into Facebook, so Facebook can associate your visit to your Facebook account, even if you do not click on the button. If you do click on the “Like” button, your browser transmits the corresponding information directly to Facebook, where it is stored.
Information about the purpose and scope of the data collection and their further processing and use by Facebook, and about your setting options for protecting your privacy can be found in the Facebook’s data protection policy. If you do not want Facebook to gather personal data about your via the Website, you simply have to log out of Facebook before visiting our Website..
Use of analysis tools (Webtracking)
Like nearly all website operators, we use analysis tools in the form of tracking software to measure how many people use our Website how often. We use Google Analytics®, a Web analysis service from Google Inc. This tracking software uses so-called Cookies, which are stored on the user’s computer to enable an analysis of their use of the Website. The information gathered through the Cookie is used to compile reports on the activity on the Website. In doing so, your IP address is made unrecognisable and thus anonymous. With this software, neither we nor the operator of the respective analysis tool can gather personal information that enables conclusions to be drawn as to the identity of the user. On the websites of the companies named you will find further information on the Webtracking and data protection policies of these providers and their technology: Google Ireland Limited.
If you do not want anonymous user profiles are created in a Web analysis, you can prevent this as follows: You can prevent Cookies from being installed in your browser, and you can refuse a use directly. To do so, please use the following link: Google Ireland Limited (note: on the site, click on the button “Download deactivation add-on for browser”)
Right of information and refusal
You can demand free and immediate information at any time as to the data stored relating to you or a pseudonym of yours. You also have the right to refuse to have your personal data used in the future. To do so you must provide proof that the account in question belongs to you. Mirja-Sachs-Foundation reserves the right to issue this information electronically.
In both cases, please contact: email@example.com
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