The protection of your privacy and your private data during the use of this website is our main concern. The following regulations will inform you about the form, extent and purpose of the data collection by the provider (Youth on the world, c/o Blumberg, Heinrich-Böll-Straße 107, D-28215 Bremen, phone +49 162 733 1555, mail: firstname.lastname@example.org). We follow German law. You’ll find the legal backround in the German Bundesdatenschutzgesetz (BDSG) and the German Telemediengesetz (TMG). The object of privacy protection are your personal data according to § 3 I BDSG, thus particulars concerning your personal and factual conditions, like your name, adress or e-mail adress.
Collecting and processing of personal data
By visiting a website or opening a file, access data are being recorded. These access data contain the name of the opened website or file, the date and time of the access, a discription of your browser, referrer-URL, your systems software, IP adress and the requested provider. It is not possible to assign these data to a certain person. Without any special context these data are not personal data. You as a user stay anonymous, these data is only used for statistical purposes.
This website uses 1&1 WebAnalytics. 1&1 WebAnalytics uses so-called “Cookies”, text data which are saved on your computer to analyze your way of using this website. The information generated by the cookies concerning the use of this website (including your IP adress) are sent to the 1&1 server and stored there. 1&1 uses this information to analyze how you use our website, to create reports on the activities on this website and to provide further services on the use of the website and the internet.
Personal data are only collected to the extent to which you make them accessible. They’re normally not necessary for the use of a webpage. But of course your personal data is collected when you use our contact form. This collection is earmarked and the data will be erased as soon as it is not necessary anymore for the process.
Use of data
You can always disagree to the use of your data. If personal data was made accessible to us, we’ll only use them for the designated purpose and according to German law. We won’t pass on your data to third parties without your consent.
Right of access
You have the right to ask for your recorded personal data anytime, including their origin, the receiver of the data and the purpose of the storage. This information is free of charge. You have also the right to correct recorded data or to demand their deletion, as long as no legal obligation to save the data stands against it. In this case, instead of deleting the data we will disable them. In any case, please contact us via email@example.com