Author: Dr. Ralf Herold, Klaudia Reinken, erstellt 2004/12/03, Editor: Maria Yiallouros, English Translation: Dr. med. Gesche Tallen, Last modification: 2011/01/25 , Kurz-URL: www.kinderkrebsinfo.de/datenschutz
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We're taking data privacy very seriously. You should know, which data are being saved when and how we process personal data. We follow the rules of the Federal German Data Privacy Law (BDSG) and those of the Media-Services Treaty (MdStV). We have established technical and logistical measures to ensure that our work is in accordance with the Privacy Clause.
Saving and using personal data
Personal data are defined as information that can potentially be used to learn more about your identity, such as your name or your address. Information, that is not directly associated with your identity, such as favoured websites or user statistics of a website, are not considered as personal data. In general, you can use our website without disclosure of your identity. When using our contact-form or subscribing for the Newsletter, you'll be asked for your name and email-address. It is up to you, if you'll provide this information or not.
We offer a special service for members of the Society for Paediatric Oncology/Haematology (GPOH), documentalists and chairs of clinical trials by providing them with password-access to certain internal documents and other areas of this website. The password-management is carried out in adjustment with the official database of the GPOH, in which personal data and passwords of registered member are already (anonymously) saved. The editors of www.kinderkrebsinfo.de also use the GPOH-database in order to occasionally establish a contact between users and GPOH-members.
We save your information on highly protected servers in Germany, access to which is provided only for a few, specifically certified individuals who are dealing with the technical, mercantile or editorial aspects of the servers. Along with your use (page hit) of the website, our servers are saving data for technical and security purposes, that, under certain circumstances, may enable your identification (for example IP-address, date, time, which pages were hit). Also, while participating in the Internal Forum, a GPOH member's name will be visible for the other participants. However, there won't be any analysis of any of these individual data.
Retracting personal data
In case you have provided us with personal data, you can claim their retraction at any time. You may let us know in writing or verbally and we will process your request shortly.
Privacy Clause Google Analytics
For statistical analysis of this website, "Google Analytics", a web-analysis service of the Google Inc. ("Google") is applied. This service uses so-called "cookies", i. e. text files that are saved on your computer. The information provided by the cookie (including your IP-address) will be transmitted to a Google-server in the USA and saved. The data will be processed by the Google-system to analyse your use of the website, to produce reports on website-activities for the website-operators and also to provide additional services associated with the use of this website and the internet. Where mandatory, the information will also be transmitted to third parties, who will process the data under the authority of Google only. By no means will Google link individual data such as your IP-address to other Google-data. You can prevent any cookie-installation using a certain setting of your browser software; however, we would like to indicate that after having disabled the cookies, the use of the website might be limited. By using this website, you agree to data analysis by Google as described above.
Hyperlinks to other websites
www.kinderkrebsinfo.de provides hyperlinks to related websites in the internet. The team of this website is without influence to how the operators of these websites follow the rules of the privacy clause. We do not assume del credere liability for the contents of these websites.