European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
(valid May 25, 2018)
Data collection and logging
Each time this website is accessed, a log file is created and saved with the following information:
- name of the file or data accessed
- date and time of access
- the amount of data transferred
- confirmation on whether the data was accessed successfully
- IP-address (unique address for internet-ready devices)
- referrer (name of the website accessed immediately before)
- browser name (including version)
- Operating system used
We log the traffic on dataforcrisis.com for data security reasons and to ensure the stability and reliability of our system while also protecting dataforcrisis.com against possible external attacks. In addition to this, we evaluate the data using statistical analysis. The data kept in the log file are not directly linked to users and their identities, and are for internal purposes only. They are not passed on to third parties. The data is not be used to personally identify visitors to our websites. The data is not collated or merged with any other data. The administration of our websites using information technology as well as anonymous statistical surveys based on data usage allow for a better overall evaluation of the data accessed on dataforcrisis.com in order to optimize our online offerings (see below).
Your rights (relating to revocation, correction and deletion of information)
Your data will only be used for the stated purposes and will not be sold to anyone. You have the right to revoke your consent at any time. You can direct such requests to us using the contact details on this website. Please note that if you should choose to revoke you consent to access your data, personalized services on dataforcrisis.com may, however, no longer be available.
You have the right, as stipulated in EU legislation, to demand information about what personal data (such as your name and address) is stored on dataforcrisis.com.
In accordance with the statutory provisions, you also have the right to have your personal data corrected and deleted. Please submit such requests to us using the contact details on this website.
Contact forms and confidentiality of emails
We offer a contact form on dataforcrisis.com. We will use your data shared on such contact forms for the specified purposes. Should other purposes also be applicable we would explicitly point this out and ask for your consent in such cases. Please also note the following if you send us any emails: we cannot guarantee the confidential treatment of your correspondence on its way to us if you choose to use an unencrypted email service provider.
What are cookies?
Cookies do not store any personal data, and are used to collect anonymous data and statistics on the use of the website by visitors. Cookies help us measure how well our websites are performing. This data helps us to improve and customize our content so you get more out of your visit to the website.
For more information, you may reach to us at
protection (at) sociallab.ai