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EKG 518


Data protection

Contact

Michael Ditsch
Eisvogelweg 2
D-85356 Freising

Tel +49 8161-68336
Web www.michaelditsch.de
Email info()michaelditsch.de
vCard Michael-Ditsch.vcf

Responsible contact person for this website in the sense of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Purposes of processing

The website www.michaelditsch.de is a private website for the presentation of information about different topics.

Personal data

The website can only be used for information purposes and therefore personal data on the website www.michaelditsch.de will only be collected to the extent technically and organisationally necessary:

  • Contact with the operator of the website by email
  • Technical operation (data transmitted by the browser used)
  • Technical improvement of the website (analysis of use)

Personal data transmitted by email will only be used for contact purposes, for the stated purpose and for the duration of the stated purpose.

IP addresses in the log files of the website are anonymized. It is therefore not possible to assign an IP address to a specific user.

Internet service provider

The website www.michaelditsch.de is operated on a server of an internet service provider (webhosting). The processing of personal data by the internet service provider takes place exclusively in a member state of the European Union or in another contracting state of the agreement on the European Economic Area. Between the operator of the website www.michaelditsch.de and the internet service provider exists an agreement for contract data processing.

Content management system

The website www.michaelditsch.de uses a content management system (CMS) to create the webpages. Due to the purely informational use of the website, no cookies are set by the CMS.

Encryption

The access to the website www.michaelditsch.de by the browser is encrypted via HTTPS. Emails can also be sent encrypted. For the encryption Thunderbird with OpenPGP is used. Please request the public key.

Social media

The website www.michaelditsch.de uses social media buttons with Shariff. A Shariff button establishes direct contact between the social network and the visitor only when the latter actively clicks on the share button. More information (german): https://www.heise.de/ct/artikel/Shariff-Social-Media-Buttons-mit-Datenschutz-2467514.html

Data traffic analysis

The website uses the software AWStats for data traffic analysis. The software is provided on the server side by the Internet service provider (see above). Therefore, no data is transmitted to other servers. AWStats does not use cookies, but analyses webaccess logfiles (access to the website). The IP addresses of website visitors are logged anonymously. It is therefore not possible to assign an IP address to a specific user.

Embedded content

On the website www.michaelditsch.de embedded contents (e.g. Youtube videos) are used on individual pages. For technical reasons, data will be transmitted to the respective content provider by calling up these contents. Information on the scope and type of data transfer can be found in the data protection information of the respective content provider. If the content provider provides a data protection mode (e.g. www.youtube-nocookie.com), this will be used when embedding the content.

Rights of data subjects

According to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), data subjects are entitled to comprehensive rights with regard to the processing of their personal data, such as the right to information, the right to correction, the right to deletion, the right to limitation of processing, the right to information, the right to revoke consent given or the right to lodge a complaint.

For further information:

General Data Protection Regulation, Chapter 3 (Art. 12 - 23)
Rights of the data subject
eur-lex.europa.eu/eli/reg/2016/679/oj

or contact the responsible contact person mentioned above or the competent supervisory authority.

Translated with the help of www.DeepL.com/Translator


Book tip (german) - Data protection compliance according to the GDPR

Mit dem vorliegenden Werk wird den Anwendern der DS-GVO Orientierung auf dem Weg zur Datenschutz-Compliance gegeben. Aufgrund seiner Prozessorientierung bietet das Werk eine Unterstützung, frühzeitig Strukturen, Verfahren und Prozesse in den Unternehmen bzw. Organisationen aufzusetzen und damit den Anforderungen der DS-GVO gerecht zu werden. Neben allgemeinen Fragen der Datenverarbeitung, der Sicherstellung der Betroffenenrechte und der Handhabung von Datenschutzverletzungen werden Hilfen für die in der täglichen Praxis immer wiederkehrenden Schritte der Planung, Betrieb, Bewertung und Verbesserung (PDCA-Zyklus) angeboten. Ein umfangreicher Prüffragenkatalog gibt Anhaltspunkte dafür, wie eine Aufsichtsbehörde die Einhaltung der Datenschutz-Compliance bei Verantwortlichen und Auftragsverarbeitern prüft und welchen Erwartungshorizont sie bei den Antworten hat. © Bild und Text Bundesanzeiger Verlag. Datenschutz-Compliance nach der DS-GVO - Handlungshilfe für Verantwortliche inklusive Prüffragen für Aufsichtsbehörden; Kranig, Thomas; Sachs, Andreas; Gierschmann, Markus; Bundesanzeiger Verlag; 2017