Responsible for the content is:
Im Schellenkoenig 26
DE 70184 Stuttgart
The address of this website is: https://pdavengers.eu
No personal data is collected, used or stored from the visitors of this website https://pdavengers.eu
According to § 3 para. 1 BDSG, personal data is individual information about personal or factual circumstances of a specific or identifiable natural person (data subject).
Server log files
The provider of this website is the company 1&1 Ionos. 1&1 Ionos automatically collects and stores information in so-called server log files, which your browser automatically transmits 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
This data is not merged with other data sources.
The basis for data processing is Art. 6 (1) lit. b DSGVO, which permits the processing of data for the fulfillment of a contract or pre-contractual measures.
Web statistics analysis
We use Google Analytics
Function of embedded YouTube videos depends of your permission that YouTube is placing tracking cookies,
We use the Vimeo block from Gutenberg, Vimeo will be embedded privacy-friendly automatically.
Cookie Management with DSGVO Pixelmate
In order to make the best use of the services we use and to respect your decision according to the legal requirements we use DSGVO 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. For each service we use, your decision is stored separately. You can change this setting at any time by using the „cookies“ link located at 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.
Shariff allows you to use social media without unnecessarily compromising your privacy. The c’t project Shariff replaces the usual share buttons of social networks and protects your surfing behavior from prying eyes. Nevertheless, a single click on the button is enough to share information with others. You don’t need to do anything else for this – the webmaster has already taken care of everything.
The usual social media buttons transfer the user data to Facebook & Co. with every page view and give the social networks precise information about your surfing behavior (user tracking). To do this, you do not need to be logged in or a member of the network. In contrast, a Shariff button establishes direct contact between social network and visitor only when the latter actively clicks on the Share button.
In this way, Shariff prevents you from leaving a digital trail on every page you visit and improves data protection. Then you can like, +1 or tweet as you see fit – the social network does not receive any more information.
Thanks to Shariff, the display of „likes“ comes from the operator of the page with the buttons. Because Shariff is integrated by the webmaster, you as a visitor do not have to do anything else.The widespread share buttons pose a significant data protection problem because they make unnoticed contact with the servers of the social networks. Facebook, for example, sends the number of „likes“ directly to the visitor’s browser – and logs individual surfing behavior in the process.
Shariff acts as an intermediate instance here: Instead of the browser, the website operator’s server queries the number of likes – and only once a minute, to keep traffic within limits. The visitor remains anonymous.
More information about Shariff can be found in the article Protect and share, which is completely online; there is also the topic forum c’t Shariff – 1 click for more data protection for discussions.
You can find out more here: https://www.heise.de/ct/artikel/Shariff-Social-Media-Buttons-mit-Datenschutz-2467514.html