℅ Samuel Seemann
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The data collected in our log files IP address and domain name of the client or server accessing our site
Time and date of access Time zone Name of browser (such as Firefox, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Safari, Opera etc.)
Access status in the form of a code that indicates whether and how the data exchange between client and server took place (such as 200 = page successfully transferred; 404 = not found; 401 = not authorised, etc.)
Operating system and name and version number of the requesting browser (agent) The number of bytes transferred Locale from which the site was accessed URL of the page containing the link to the requested page.
This data recorded in our web server's log file do not allow us to identify you. Our users remain anonymous as they use our web app. The only exception is the usage of the Messenger Bot, explained in the next point.
Using our messenger bot gives us automatically access to your public profile (e.g. name, profile picture) provided by Facebook. We use this information to improve our service (e.g. providing the ability to save news and institutions) and analyze the usage of our service.
We use temporary session cookies for our service which allow you to use our service without having to reset your prefered settings every time (e.g. prefered news language).
Purpose of the site / evaluation of log files
Our service is intended to simplify access to art related information. The data registered in our web server as described above is incurred primarily due to the necessary technical requirements to run and improve our service. By evaluating our log files, we can answer questions like:
How many users were using our service during a specific period (e.g. day, month, year)?
From what countries did users access our service?
How long on average did users use our service?
Which pages were viewed?
Which pages are viewed most (positive hit)?
Which pages are viewed least (negative hit)?
What types of browsers were used?
If we should occasionally make such an evaluation, it is always anonymous.
Requests for Information
You can generally assume that we cannot identify our site visitors either by name or address. An exception exists, however, if you write us an e-mail via the contact form. If you any further questions about the collection and processing of data on our website, please feel free to contact us. We will be glad to answer any questions. Any questions and requests for information, correction and deletion requests can be sent to the following address:
℅ Samuel Seemann