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Privacy policy

The use of this website does not require the submission of personal details. Where the input of personal or business data (email addresses, name, addresses) is possible, the input of this data is voluntary. Your data will not be shared with third parties.
While we strive to protect your data from unauthorised use or disclosure, we cannot warrant or guarantee complete protection from access by third parties.
The use by third parties of data published in compliance with the ‘Impressumspflicht’ (user privacy laws) for the dissemination of unsolicited advertisements and information is strictly prohibited. The operator of this website reserves the right to take legal measures against distributors of unsolicited spam mail.


Cookies are used for remembering settings, or information that you have entered onto a page. Our cookies do not identify you personally, but are there to make the site work better for you and to help improve services. You can manage and/or delete Cookies as you wish using browser settings. Rejecting cookies from our site might affect your browsing experience.

Data Protection Declaration for the Use of the Measurement Procedure Provided by INFOnline GmbH

Our website uses the measurement procedure (“SZMnG”) provided by INFOnline GmbH ( to measure statistical parameters relating to the use of our online services. The aim of the reach measurement is to statistically measure the use intensity, number of website users and surfing behaviour on the basis of a standardised procedure to allow values to be collected that are comparable across the market.

Our web service is a member of the Informationsgemeinschaft zur Feststellung der Verbreitung von Werbeträgern e.V. (IVW – The usage statistics are regularly published by the IVW and can be accessed on their website.

1. Data processing

INFOnline GmbH collects and processes data in accordance with German data protection law. Technical and organisational measures are taken to ensure that it is not possible for individual users to be identified at any time. Data that could possibly be linked to a particular identifiable person are made anonymous as early on as possible.

1.1 Anonymisation of the IP address

On the Internet, each device requires a unique address to transmit information: the IP address. Because of how the Internet functions, it is technically necessary for the IP address to be saved, at least for a short period. IP addresses are truncated before any processing. Further processing is only performed on anonymised IP addresses. No IP addresses that have not been truncated are saved or processed.

1.2 Geolocalisation to federal-state/regional level

Geolocalisation (website access being linked to the access location) is performed exclusively on the basis of the anonymised IP addresses and only to the geographical level of federal state/region. The geographical information thus collected cannot under any circumstances be used to determine a user’s specific place of residence.

1.3 Identification number of the device

To allow computer systems to be recognised, the reach measurement uses alternatively either a cookie with the identifier “”, a local storage object or an anonymous signature that is compiled from diverse information from your browser that is transmitted automatically.
The validity of the cookie is restricted to a maximum of one year.

1.4 Login identifiers

To measure distributed use (a service being used from various devices), the login user identifier, where available, can be sent to INFOnline as an anonymised checksum.

2. Deletion

The saved usage processes are deleted after seven months at the latest.

3. Opt-out

If you would rather not take part in the measurement, you can opt out via the following link:
Further information on data protection in the measurement procedure can be found on the website of INFOnline GmbH (the company that operates the measurement procedure) ( and the IVW’s data protection web page (