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Data Protection

Dear users,
if you would like to learn more about our collection, processing and use of personal data at bremen.de, please read the following Privacy Statement.
 

 


Use of data

a) Processing of user data
Every time a user accesses a page on bremen.de or retrieves a file, a record is stored in a log file. This information is absolutely anoymous, and does not store personal information about the user. It is used exclusively for statistical and system-related purposes. We do not pass this information on to third parties.

We store the following data after every processing request:

  • Name of the file
  • Date and time of access 
  • Amount of data transfered
  • Content of the successful processing request 
  • Description of the browsing system 
  • Operaing system used
  • Search records (with date and time)


This anonymous data is deleted from our records after one month. We do not save IP addresses of our users, and we do not create personal databases based on our users' browsing history.

b) Data processing for third parties
Third parties such as BTZ (Bremer Touristik-Zentrale) are also part of bremen.de's online services. Since these parties are integrated into bremen.de, it is also necessary that users' data be collected and processed by these third-party vendors. However, the same data protection policy applies for these third parties: there is no transfer of information beyond these vendors, and the information collected is entirely anonymous.

 


Cookies

For the development and marketing reasons, anonymous user data is stored and saved by the tracking system netUpdater®LIVE (Open New Media GmbH). For this purpose, cookies may be used. This data is used to create user profiles (under pseudonyms). The data is in no way used to identify site visitors, and there is no relationship between the data and the bearer of the pseudonym. You can refuse this data collection and storage at any time on the external website. This block will be saved in your browser for future visits to our website.

Cookies are also used for the management of banner ads. In this context third parties who put promotional adverts on bremen.de can also use cookies, over which we have no control.
 


Facebook social plug-ins


Our website currently does not have active social plug-ins from Facebook (Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94340, USA).

Facebook can only be connected to by links on bremen.de. Otherwise there is no way of connecting to this social network provider.

If you use the 'social bookmark' plug-in on Facebook (e.g. when sharing content on your Facebook profile), the corresponding information is transmitted by accessing Facebook via your browser, and is stored there. To find out more about Facebook's data collection and protectio policies, please see the privacy notices on Facebook.
 


Competitions

For competitions, we just need your name and your email address. The winner will be contacted via email. If earnings made by third parties (i.e. sponsors) are available, they will for the purpose of profit transfer the winner's data. All data will be deleted after the end of the competition.
 


Data processing in webmail

A contract exists with the user in order to set up and use an email address with the suffix '@bremen.de'. Users can be both consumers according to § 13, and contractors according to § 14 (German Civil Code). The contract is between the user and Bremen.online. The technical administration is administered by Alinto SA.

Bremen.online respects the privacy of its users. It treats users' personal data with the strictest confidence and only makes them available to third parties unless permitted by law, or by users' consent. This consent is revocable at any time. Bremen.online processes the personal data of its users electronically.

Bremen.online is entitled to share anonymous user information to third parties for statistical purposes only. Anonymous user information may be used by Bremen.online to generate statistics, analyse trends and for quality assurance and market research purposes. 

When a user terminates their contract with Bremen Online GmbH, anonymous user data is deleted immediately, unless any data retention is required by law.
 

Spreadshirt GmbH


Spreadshirt is a contractual partner of Bremen.online. Its official name is 'spread.net AG' (Gießerstraße 27, 04229 Leipzig), Commercial Register AG Leipzig HRB 22478.

Spreadshirt uses customers' personal data for specific purposes, and according to statutory regulations. For the purpose of orders, Spreadshirt needs specific personal information (i.e. name, email address, postal address, bank data). This information is treated confidentially and is not passed to third parties who are not involved in the order, delivery or payment processes. The customer has the right to request free information about the personal data which Spreadshirt has retained. Customers also have the right to correct, block and delete data, as long as there is no legal obligation otherwise.
 

Newsletter


You have the option to subscribe to a newsletter from our business partners. Please note that your email and postal addresses are handled by our advertising partners and not by Bremen.online.

 

Security

The staff at Bremen.online are committed to keeping personal data private. We strive to maintain and update our technical and administrative security measures to the most current recognised standards. Personal information is always transmitted in an encrypted form.
 

Privacy Statement for the use of Scalable Central Measuring Procedures (SCMs)


Our site uses 'Scalable Central Measuring Procedures' (SCMs) from Infoline (www.infoline.de) to determine statistical values used on our site. These anonymous readings are then collected. The SCM range measurement uses either a cookie with the ID 'ivwbox.de' or a signature that is automatically created from transmitted information on your computer. IP addresses are not stored according to this method, and are only processed in an anonymous form.

Reach measurements have been developed with due recognition of data protection concerns. The aim of reach measurement is to determine the intensity of use and number of users of a site at a given time. Individual users will never be identified. Your identity is always protected, and there is no connection to any advertising through this system.

For web services which are part of the Audit Bureau of Circulation (www.ivw.eu) or the 'Internet Facts' study of the AGOF research group (www.agof.de), usage statistics are published monthly and can be viewed at www.agof.de, www.agma-mmc.de and ivw.eu.

In addition to the publication of these data, the Audit Bureau of Circulation manages SCM procedures according to user data compliance rules and standards.

More information about the SCM procedures can be found on the INFOnline website (www.infonline.de), which operates SCM, as well as on AGOF's data protection page (www.agof.de/datenschutz) and the data protection page of the Audit Bureau of Circulation (www.ivw.eu).

You can opt out of data processing by SCMs by clicking on the following link: www.optout.ivwbox.de.
 


Google Analytics


This website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google Inc. ('Google'). Google Analytics uses cookies, text files that are stored on your computer, to help the website analyse usage of users on the website. The information generated by cookies about users' website use is usually transmitted to a Google server in the USA and stored there. In the case of IP anonymity activation on the website, your IP address from Google will be abridged within member states of the European Union or other parties which are part of the European Economic Area. The IP address is transmitted to a Google server in the USA and shortened there under exceptional circumstances. On behalf of this website, Google uses this information to evaluate your use of the website, compiling reports on website activity and providing other website- and internet-related services to the website operator.

Your IP address as used by Google Analytics is not associated with any other data that is held by Google. You may refuse cookies by selecting the appropriate settings on your browser, however not using cookies may affect your computer's performance on our website.
 


Your rights as a customer / Information

You can always receive information from us about the processing of your personal data. Please contact us by email: info@bremen.de.