Responsible in terms of the Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG)
Andreas Schairer, The King of the Cliffs 26, 70184 Stuttgart
I do not collect, use and store any personal data from the visitors of my websites www.erich-schairer.de or www.100-jahre-sonntags-zeitung.de.
Personal data are according to § 3 Abs. 1 BDSG individual information about personal or material circumstances of a specific or identifiable natural person (person concerned).
Server log files
The provider of the pages automatically collects and stores information in so-called server log files, which your browser automatically sends there. These are:
- Browser type and browser version
- - Operating system used
- - Referrer URL
- - Host name of the accessing computer
- - Time of the server request
- IP address
These data will not be combined with data from other sources.
The basis for data processing is Art. 6 para. 1 lit. b DSGVO, which allows the processing of data for the performance of a contract or precontractual measures.
To Web statistics analysis I use Google Analytics.
Cookie management with the GDPR Pixelmate
In order to be able to use the services we use optimally and to respect your decision in accordance with the legal requirements, we use GDPR Pixelmate, developed by Christian Wedel (https://wp-dsgvo-plugin.com) and Sabrina Keese-Haufs (https : //lawlikes.de/). When you visit our website, you can use Pixelmate to control which of the services we use you want to agree to. Your decision will be saved separately for each service we use. You can change this setting at any time by using the “cookies” link on the bottom left of the website. Pixelmate does not store any personal data.
Use of social plugin
This website uses the social media plugin Shariff.
With Shariff you can use social media without risking your privacy unnecessarily. The c't project Shariff replaces the usual social network share buttons and protects your browsing behavior from prying eyes. Nevertheless, a single click on the button is enough to share information with others. You do not have to do anything else - the webmaster has already taken care of everything.
The usual social media buttons transmit the user data to Facebook & Co. every time a page is called up and provide the social networks with precise information about your surfing behavior (user tracking). You do not have to be logged in or be a member of the network. On the other hand, a Shariff button only establishes direct contact between the social network and the visitor when the latter actively clicks on the share button.
By doing so, Shariff prevents you from leaving a digital trail on every page you visit and improves privacy. Then you can like it, + 1en or tweet - the social network will not get more information.
The display of "Likes" comes thanks to Shariff from the operator of the page with the buttons. Because Shariff is involved by the webmaster, you do not have to do anything else as a visitor. The widespread share buttons pose a significant privacy problem because they make unnoticed contact with the servers of social networks. For example, Facebook sends the number of "likes" directly to the visitor's browser - logging the individual surfing behavior.
Shariff acts as an intermediary here: Instead of the browser, the server of the website operator queries the number of likes - and only once a minute to keep traffic to a minimum. The visitor remains anonymous.
Shariff simplifies and replaces the previous 2 click solution, three years ago in the c't article 2 clicks for more privacy was presented. More information about Shariff can be found in the article Protect and sharewho is completely online; There is also a discussion forum for the topic forum c't Shariff - 1 Click for more privacy.