– 1 – For the information services offered here, analyze & realize GmbH uses the technical platform and the services of Facebook Ireland Ltd., 4 Grand Canal Square Grand Canal Harbour, Dublin 2, Ireland.
– 2 – Please note that you are using Facebook and its functions on your own responsibility. This is especially true for the use of its interactive functions (e.g. commenting, sharing, liking).
Alternatively, you can access the information offered on this page on our Internet presence at www.a-r.com. When visiting our Facebook page, Facebook stores your IP address and other information that is stored in cookies on your PC. This information is used to give us as the operators of our Facebook page statistical information about the use of our Facebook page. More information on this is offered by Facebook at http://de-de.facebook.com/help/pages/insights.
The data collected about you in this context will be processed by Facebook Ltd and, if applicable, transmitted to countries outside of the European Union. In its data usage guidelines, Facebook describes in general terms which data Facebook receives and how it is used. You can also find information about contacting Facebook as well as about the posting of advertisements in these guidelines. They are available at the following link: http://de-de.facebook.com/about/privacy. Facebook’s complete data guidelines are available here: https://de-de.facebook.com/full_data_use_policy
Facebook does not clearly and conclusively state, nor is known to us, how it uses data from visits to its pages for its own purposes, to what extent activities on Facebook pages are allocated to single users, how long Facebook stores this data, or whether data from visits to Facebook pages is transmitted to third parties. With each access to a Facebook page, the IP address connected to your terminal is transmittel to Facebook. According to information from Facebook, this IP address is made anonymous (in case of “German” IP addresses) and deleted after 90 days. Furthermore, Facebook also stores information on the devices of its users (e.g. related to the function “registration notification”); this may make it possible for Facebook to attribute IP addresses to single users. If you are currently registered as a Facebook user, a cookie with your Facebook user name is stored on your device. This makes it possible for Facebook to reconstruct that you have visited that page and how you used it. This is also true for other Facebook pages. Facebook is able, via Facebook buttons embedded in web pages, to record your visits to these web sites and correlate them to your Facebook profile. With this data, content and advertisements can be customized for you.
– 3 – If you wish to avoid this, you should sign out of Facebook or, respectively, deactivate the function „stay logged in“, delete the cookies present on your device, and close and restart your browser. This will delete all Facebook information that may identify you directly. In this way, you will be able to use our Facebook page without revealing your Facebook user name. If you access interactive functions on the page (like, comment, share, message etc), a Facebook log-in window will appear. In case you do log in, Facebook will once more be able to identify you as a certain user. For more information on how you can edit or delete your personal information, please visit these Facebook support pages: https://de-de.facebook.com/about/privacy#. As suppliers of the information service, we do not collect or process any further data resulting from your use of Facebook. This data protection information is available in its respective effective version under “data protection” on our Facebook page. In case of questions concerning our information service, you can reach us at email@example.com.
You can find more information on Facebook and other social media networks and how you can protect your data on youngdata.de.
As at: March 2018