Short and to the Point: What is this about?
Data protection is the protection of the privacy and personality of the people whose data are processed.
The aim of data protection is to collect as much data as necessary, as little data as possible.
Particularly “data worth protecting” are, for example:
- religious, philosophical, political or trade union views; or activities of a person,
- health, privacy or race,
- measures of social aid, and
- administrative or criminal prosecution and sanctions.
Data protection problems may arise when data is processed or published without the consent of the data subject.
Everyone who travels on the Internet should think about protecting their data.
That sounds boring, but it affects us all. Most of the time a lot happens in the background (e.g. when I’m using Instagram or YouTube) and you don’t even notice which data you’re distributing and which data others are collecting from you.
With our info we explain to you what kind of data we are getting from you.
In one sentences: We make this site available, make sure it stays online, and keep anonymous statistics to see if we are successful.
Purpose: When users visit our site, we process personal information from them (i.e., “transaction data” such as IP address) to provide the site to users and use it to ensure the security of our site.
Storage: Transaction data is not stored. Security log data (e.g. if the software registers an unexpected event) is deleted within 14 days unless there is a specific reason that justifies longer storage (e.g. if an IP address needs to be blocked).
Legal basis: The consent of users to gain access to the site you have requested and our legitimate interest in ensuring the security of our site.
Legitimate interest: For security reasons, we process personal data (IP addresses) on this site.
Other recipients: None. We do not pass on the data of our readers to other responsible persons.
Data processor: Wir verwenden ausschließlich vertrauenswürdige Auftragsverarbeiter, die deine personenbezogenen Daten für uns verarbeiten – in unserem Fall verwenden wir momentan 1&1 als Anbieter.
Data security: Here are the facts
Transfer in third countries:
All our data is stored within the EU/EEA. Notwithstanding, if these are transferred to another countries, it can likely happen that a third country like the USA is being used to transfer such data from country A to B.
Statistics: We use a statistics program that does not record any personal data. Although our system is completely anonymous, we naturally respect “do not track” requests and also offer opt-out options to exclude your anonymized data from any kind of statistical analysis.
Cookies: We do not store any personal data in cookies. We only store your own page properties in a non-personalized way (e.g. your language selection).
Which data does drkpi® collect from you?
You can enter data which is not required for your Internet use and which nevertheless contains information about your person. This can be for example your address, country, email address or your date of birth. This allows us to contact you directly, e.g. to send you the newsletter.
When visitors post comments on the site, we collect the information displayed on the comment form, as well as the visitor’s IP address and the user agent string (which identifies the browser) to help detect spam.
This offer includes functions of social networks that you can use. You have the possibility to share our content, or to “link” on Facebook, for example.
If you are logged in to Facebook or Google (e.g. YouTube) as a user at the time you visit our website, providers of these networks may receive data about your surfing behaviour on our website.
You can protect your privacy by opening a second browser such as Firefox or Visio next to your regular browser window such as Google Chrome or Safari before visiting drkpi.com. With Firefox/Visio as your second browser, you will not log into any service such as Instagram, Twitter or YouTube.
Then you can visit our website and these services will not receive any data about your surfing behaviour on our site. However, as soon as you log back in, e.g. to share one of our posts on Facebook, such data will be exchanged again.
How does drkpi® collect your data?
On the drkpi® blog you can enter data (in particular e-mail address or user name) without creating a user account. For example, when participating in a competition, registering for a newsletter or posting in a forum.
Data that you enter on the site are transferred to the provider via a secure connection.
drkpi® analyses the surfing behaviour of users with the help of anonymous data. This serves to improve our service. An example of this is an analysis of where users stay particularly long or increasingly stop using the service.
This service does NOT require so-called access rights in order to offer you various functions. We do not offer an app.
Does drkpi® analyze your surf behavior?
drkpi® does NOT analyze the surfing behavior of a single user.
This means that our service is not personalized, for example by analyzing the offer according to information such as “male/female” or “last viewed items” in order to optimize the offer for the individual visitor.
drkpi® does not use your data for these purposes
drkpi® does not place advertisements from third parties and does not allow advertisers to collect data about the surfing behaviour of users.
drkpi® does NOT allow third parties to collect data about the surfing behavior of individual users. The service is offered free of advertising.
drkpi® does NOT collect information about you from third parties.