User's IP address, date, and time of registration are stored when registering for the service "graue Z+" with their SSO account. 😬
User's search profile and other personal data such as title, name, and surname may be stored voluntarily. 😬
The processing of data is based on the user's consent and necessary for fulfilling the contract. 😬
User's data will be stored for the duration of their registration.
User's personal data provided through contact forms or emails are stored for processing inquiries and for a duration of six months for possible follow-up questions. 😬
The provided telephone number, name, and reason for contact are required for using the callback service. The telephone number is only used for the callback and will be deleted afterwards. 😬
User's name and reason for contact may be stored for a maximum of six months for possible follow-up questions.- Users' personal data will be used for telephone advertising, based on their consent (🔒).
Users can revoke their consent for telephone advertising at any time (🔒).
Consent for telephone advertising will be documented and stored for five years (🔔).
Voice recordings of users' consent for telephone advertising will be stored (🔔).
Personal data will be stored for up to three years after the end of the contract (🔒).
Personal data will be stored for up to seven years after the end of the user's last active subscription (🔒).
Users' personal data may be shared with a marketing service provider for third-party advertising (🔔).
Users can inquire if their address has been shared for advertising purposes (🔒).
Users can object to the use of their data for direct advertising (🔔).
User data will be stored in a separate database for advertising analysis and control (🔒).- User's personal data is stored and strictly separated from other data for analysis and reporting purposes. 🔒
User data is used to control and optimize advertising campaigns. 🔒
User data may be used for group profiling and creating engagement and propensity scores. 🔒
User data is protected and only used for advertising purposes. 🔒
User data is processed in collaboration with other companies in the ZEIT Verlagsgruppe. 🔒
Personal data is collected when downloading the mobile app, including username, email address, customer number, payment information, and device identifier. 🔒
The app collects IP address, date and time of requests, content of the request, access status, data volume, referring website, browser information, and device language. 🔒
Device identification numbers (IMEI, IMSI), mobile phone number (MSISDN), MAC address, and email address are also collected for advertising purposes. 🔒
The app uses an Advertising Identifier (IDFA) for personalized advertising, but it is not linked to other device information. 🔒
The company may provide personalized advertising and track the user's usage 👀
Enabling the "no ad-tracking" option in iOS settings limits some advertising measures, but still allows for measuring banner interaction, unique user identification, and security measures 📊
The user can reset their advertising identifier (IDFA) to create a new one that is not associated with previously collected data 🔄
Limiting the usage of IDFA may restrict access to certain app features ⚠️
Participating in the "HeyStudium Interessentest" requires registering with an email address and creating a SSO-Account 📝
The user's data is necessary for evaluating the test and sending the results 📊
Anonymous data is shared with Cyquest GmbH for evaluation purposes, with no possibility of identifying individuals 🔄
Personal data is stored for the duration of account existence ⌛️
To save search profiles on the ZEIT Online Stellenmarkt, creating an account with an email address is required 📝
Tickaroo Ticker service is being integrated into the website 🔄
📞 The company providing personalized advertising and tracking their usage.
⚠️ Some advertising measures still being taken even with the "no ad-tracking" option enabled.
🔄 Allowing the measurement of banner interaction, unique user identification, security measures, and the ability to reset advertising identifiers (IDFA).
⚠️ The risk of limited access to certain app features if IDFA usage is restricted.
📝 Registering and providing personal data for participating in the SIT test and its evaluation.
🔄 The sharing of anonymous data with Cyquest GmbH for evaluation with no possibility of identifying individuals.
📝 The storage of personal data for the duration of account existence.
📝 Creating an account with an email address to save search profiles on ZEIT Online Stellenmarkt.
🔄 The integration of Tickaroo Ticker service into the website.- The user's personal data will be used for various purposes, such as the processing of their participation in contests and the delivery of prizes. 📌
The user's consent to the use of their personal data can be revoked at any time. 📌
Participating in contests may require the user to provide their personal information, including their name, address, and email address. 📌
Additional data, such as birth date, may be required for participation or in the event of winning a prize. 📌
Failure to provide the required data may result in the user being unable to participate in the contest. 📌
The user's data may be shared with third-party service providers involved in the contest or prize delivery. 📌
The user's data will be stored until the contest is fully processed and for a certain period beyond that for potential legal claims. 📌
The user's data will be stored until the end of a specific event, such as the "ZEIT-Scrabble-Sommer" contest, and for a certain period beyond that for legal purposes. 📌
The storage of user data is justified based on legitimate interests, such as potential legal claims. 📌
The company collects and analyzes data from newsletters, including information on when newsletters are opened and which links are clicked. 💀
These data can be associated with individual newsletter recipients. 💀
The company claims it does not intend to monitor individual users, but rather uses the data to understand user reading habits and customize content. 💀
The legal basis for processing this data is Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR. 💀
Users can opt out of newsletter tracking by clicking on a specific link in the footer of some newsletters. 💀
Opting out of editorial newsletters will result in the cessation of delivery. 💀
Data processing for newsletters and newsletter tracking is done in joint responsibility with other companies in the publisher's group. 💀
During newsletter registration, users need to provide their email address, first name, and last name. 💀
The company may share user data with Episerver GmbH for newsletter processing. 💀
Users can withdraw their consent to receiving the newsletter at any time. 💀
Newsletter success measurement involves the use of "web beacons" that collect technical information, including IP addresses and timing of access, for technical improvements. 💀
The user's device and inquiry information, as well as other usage data, may be processed by the skill for personalized responses. 🙄
The skill uses an identification code provided by Amazon to recognize the user and may share this data with Amazon. 🤔
The skill may also share the user's personal data with Amazon, including the user's request history and device information. 🤔
The skill has no control over how Amazon processes the user's personal data or shares it with its parent company in the US. 🤔
The skill stores dialogue logs and pseudonymized data provided by the user for six months for the purpose of providing and optimizing the service. 🙄
The platform does not transfer audio files of the user's voice to the skill. 🤔
The user can request the deletion of their stored data by contacting the provided contact information. 🧐
MapTiler does not collect information on how users utilize the map. 😶
Airship stores users' Push Token, Channel ID, and ZEIT ONLINE User ID for 13 months after the last app launch, but these data will be deleted from Airship's databases. 😶
Airship also stores anonymized usage data of the app for 13 months for analysis and improvement purposes. 😶
Pseudonymized profile data is created with user consent, and users can opt out of the storage of their pseudonymized visitor data. 😶
Privacy settings can be accessed to revoke consent at any time. 😶
The tool Spark is used to display autoplay video previews, and it does not process any personal data of users. ✅
Users can prevent the collection and processing of personal data by SoundCloud by disabling the execution of embedded content from SoundCloud. ❌- The website uses Java-Script, which can track user activities and collect data. 😮
Disabling Java-Script may limit the functionality of the website. 😐
A Java-Script blocker can prevent the execution of Java-Script code and enhance privacy. 😊
The website utilizes SoundCloud to display and offer content, improving the user experience. 😊
SoundCloud may collect and process user data for this purpose. 😊
The website employs Sourcepoint's Consent Management Platform to obtain and store user consent data. 😐
A cookie is used to save the consent status, which is stored until revoked or deleted after 13 months. 😐
Data may be transferred to a third country, and EU Standard Contractual Clauses are in place for data protection. 😐
The website incorporates Google Tag Manager to manage services but does not process personal data. 😐
The Tag Manager ensures that consent-based tools are only loaded after user consent. 😊
Please note that: 🟢 indicates low danger, 🟡 indicates moderate danger, 🟠 indicates high danger, and 🟥 indicates extreme danger.* The policy mentions that your IP address will be sent to Google if you use reCAPTCHA service while logged into your Google account. ⚠️
In order to prevent Google from collecting and storing data about your activity, you will need to log out of your Google account before visiting the site. 🔴
If you choose to reject cookies, Google may still collect data through Java-Script, which can be disabled in your browser, potentially lowering functionality. ⚠️
Google has agreed to only use data as instructed in a contract, but there is no detail on what those instructions include. 🔴
Google Maps is used, meaning your location data can be collected by Google. ⚠️
The policy provides links to third-party websites for opting out of data capture, but these settings will be deleted if you clear your cookies. 🔴* Users' data is shared with third-party service providers. 🧐
Users can revoke their consent at any time, but must manually opt-out. 😐
Opting out requires setting a cookie, which must be replaced if cookies are deleted. 😕
Complaints must be lodged with a data protection authority. 😐
Mapbox and Open-Street-Map-Foundation receive user data, including IP addresses. 😬
These organizations may share data with third parties, legally or if processed on their behalf. 😨
Recipient parties might link the IP address with other data, potentially identifying users. 😱
The company has no influence over whether user's personal data and personality profiles are processed for other purposes. 😱
User's personal data are transferred to a third country (USA/UK post 01.01.2021) as per your consent. 😨
TikTok uses a tool called TikTok Pixel to monitor user response and interaction with their ads. 🟥
The ads are shown to users who have shown interest in certain themes or products. ✅
User consent is required to operate TikTok Pixel. 🟩
The website also tracks 'conversions', which is when a user is redirected to their website via an ad. 🟧
Any personal data collected is processed within the EU/EEA, unless stated otherwise. 🟩
The website has features of Twitter which might share user data with Twitter as well. 🟥
User's activities could be linked to their Twitter account using the 'Re-Tweet' function. 🟥
There is a possibility that Twitter may share data with its parent company based in the USA. 🟥