The protection of your privacy is very important for the non-profit KOMM MIT organisation.
If you have questions regarding privacy protection, please ask here::
KOMM MIT – gemeinnützige Gesellschaft für internationale Jugend-, Sport- und Kulturbegegnungen mbH
Pützchens Chaussee 202
Tel.: +49 2 28 – 9 77 24 0
Fax.: +49 2 28 – 9 77 24 24
If you visit our websites our server automatically serves logs about your access. These logs consist of the IP-address of your internet service provider, the website from which the data was requested and the browser as soon as the name of the requested data, the assigned amount of data, status of access and date, time and duration of the request. These saved data is only for statistical use and is not forwarded to other parties. No individual-related use happens.
Handling of personal data
Personal data as name, address, email, telephone number etc. are only saved if you gave us these data within a registration, a request for information, a raffle etc. We also use these data to inform you about future services and offers. We don’t sell or rent them. KOMM MIT reserves the right to pass on your data to confidential other parties which render services for you. Investigations and respectively the forwarding of individual-related data to governmental constitutions and authorities only happen within obligatory regulations.
Right of access to personal data and revocation
On written request we will inform you about the stored data about you. You have the right of correction, deletion or inhibition of incorrect data. If you don’t want to receive information please contact KOMM MIT in written form by using the above mentioned address.
Data for use in the accounting department or for billing purposes cannot be cancelled or deleted.
Use of Facebook Social Plugins
KOMM MIT uses social plugins, e.g. the “like” button, from the social networking site facebook.com. These plugins are operated by Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA (“Facebook”). The plugins can be identified from one of the Facebook logos (a white “f” on a blue tile or a “thumbs up” sign), or we have specially marked them “Facebook Social Plugin”. The list of Facebook Social Plugins and what they look like can be viewed on Facebook athttp://developers.facebook.com/plugins.
If a user accesses one of our websites that contains one of these plugins, its internet browser connects directly with the Facebook servers. Facebook sends the content of the plugins directly to the user’s browser and back. Since we have absolutely no control over the amount of data that Facebook collects with the help of these plugins, we would like to share our latest knowledge with the user:
The plugins that are incorporated mean that Facebook receives notification that the user has called up the appropriate page on our website. If the user is logged in on Facebook at the same time, Facebook can allocate the visit to the user’s personal Facebook account. If the user interacts with the plugins, such as by pressing the “like”; button or posting a comment, that information is immediately transmitted by the browser directly to Facebook, where it is saved. If the user is not using Facebook, the service can still collect and store the IP address. More information on how much data is collected and why, and how it is then processed and used by Facebook, as well as details about the users’ rights and the settings available for protecting users’ privacy, can be obtained from Facebook’s data protection policy atwww.facebook.com/policy.php.
If a user has signed up to Facebook but does not want Facebook to collect data via KOMM MIT‘s website and link it up with the data stored on Facebook, it must log off Facebook before visiting KOMM MIT .
If a user does not belong to Facebook or has not (yet) consented there to having its data collected and used, we recommend not clicking on Facebook plugins.
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