The Friedrich Ebert Foundation attaches the greatest importance to the protection of your personal data. It adheres strictly to the legal provisions governing the permissibility of the handling of personal data – in particular the EU General Data Protection Regulation (DS-GVO) and the Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG) – and has taken the necessary technical and organizational measures for data protection.
The following notes are intended to give you an overview of how we ensure this protection, in particular what type of data we collect, process and use for what purposes and what rights are granted to you by law.
Responsible for Data Processing
Responsible (Article 4 No. 7 DS-BER) is the
Mount of Olives St. 27
Sheikh Jarrah, Jerusalem 91251
00972-2-5328398 – 00972-2-5819665
Automatically Collected Data
By default, the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung collects and stores the following information that has been automatically transmitted to us via your browser when you access this website in its server log files:
- Browser type / version
- used operating system
- Referrer URL (the previously visited page)
- Host name of the accessing computer (IP address)
- Date and time of server request
This information cannot be assigned to specific persons by the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung. They are evaluated exclusively anonymously and used to improve the content and function of the website. A combination of this data with other data sources or the creation of personal user profiles in any other way will not be done.
Personal Data of the User, Processing Purposes
When registering to receive the newsletter, the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung pays close attention to compliance with the substantive and formal requirements for proper consent (Article 7 DS-BER). You always have the option of retrieving the content of your consent form. In addition, you can revoke your consent to the processing and use of your data at any time (Article 7 para. 3 DS-GVO); this also applies to the revocation of a declaration of consent that you had given to the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung before 25 May 2018 (application of the DS-GVO). Please contact info (aet) fespal.org in this case
Cancellation (Right to be Forgotten)
Subject to statutory retention requirements, the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung will delete your data once the purpose underlying the storage has been achieved, you have revoked your consent or one of the other cases listed in Article 17 DS-BER.
The websites use so-called cookies in several places. They serve to make our offer more user-friendly, effective and secure. Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer and stored by your browser. Most of the cookies we use are so-called “session cookies”. They are automatically deleted after your visit. However, you have the option to set up your browser to notify you when you should receive a cookie. Then you can decide for yourself whether you want to allow it or not. Cookies do not harm your computer and do not contain viruses.
Web analysis tools, Plugins
Advanced Custom Fields, Akismet Anti-Spam, Anti-Malware Security and Brute-Force Firewall, Comprehensive Google Map Plugin, Convert Post Types, CS Framework, Envato WordPress Toolkit, Loco Translate, MailChimp, MailChimp Widget, Optional Featured Image, Post Thumbnail Editor, Post Type Switcher, Slider Revolution, Srizon Facebook Video Gallery, WordPress Post Type Archive Links, WP Embed Facebook, WPML Multilingual CMS, Quiz
You have the right at any time to obtain information about the data stored by the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung on your person, their origin and recipient, the purpose of the storage as well as to provide further information in accordance with Article 15 DS-GVO, § 34 BDSG. Please contact email@example.com with this request.
You have the right to demand the correction of incorrect data concerning you (Article 16 DS-BER).
You also have the right to delete the data relating to you under the conditions specified in Article 17 DS-GVO, § 35 BDSG. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org in this case
You have the rights to restriction of processing according to Article 18 of the GDPR, to data transferability acc. Article 20 of the DS-BER and opposition to Article 21. Insofar as the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung uses your data for sending event announcements, publication offers or other information (direct mail), you may object to their use for these purposes; the data will then no longer be processed and used for these purposes (Article 21 (2), 3 DS-BER). You can address your objection freely to email@example.com.