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Data Protection Policy and Agreement on Rights of Use
The following regulations are intended to inform you about the type, the scope and the purpose of the collection, use and processing of person-specific data on the website of the 11th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art. The Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art is a division of the KUNST-WERKE BERLIN e. V.
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Your person-specific data (e.g. e-mail) will be processed by us solely in accordance with the provisions of German and European data protection law. Data is person-specific if it can be clearly assigned to a specific natural person. You can find the legal basis of data protection in DSGVO [Basic Regulation on Data Protection], in the German Data Protection Law (BDSG) and in the German Telemedia Act (TMG). We draw your attention to the fact that Internet-based data transfer has security gaps. Absolute protection against access by third parties is therefore not possible.
This website uses the WordPress analysis plugin WP Statistics. Provider of this plugin is wp-statistics.com. Simple statistics are generated from the data in anonymous form. No user profiles are created and no cookies are set. All data collected through WP Statistics will be stored anonymously on this web server. Personal identification of a visitor to the site is not possible.
You can use these features to share or recommend content with your friends within the respective social networks.
By using social plugins, for example the Facebook “like” button, the Instagram button, or the Twitter button, person related data may be collected in the following ways:
By visiting a page of our website that contains a social plugin, your browser establishes a direct connection to the servers of Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. The social network directly transfers the plugin content to your browser which embeds the latter into the website. This way, the social network receives information about your browser with your IP address/device number having accessed the respective page of our website. This happens irrespective of whether you are actually connected to, or even registered for, the social network. The information (including your IP address) is transmitted from your browser directly to the server of the social networks in the USA and stored there.
If you are logged into the social network, your visit can be assigned to your social network account. If you interact with the respective plugins or sharing content, the corresponding information is transmitted from your browser directly to your social network and stored there. Please note that data collected by social plugins are only exchanged between the browser and the operator of the social network. We have no knowledge of the content of the collected and transmitted data.
Please refer to the privacy policies of the social networks for the purpose and scope of data collection and their further processing and use of data.
You can completely revoke the collection of data by Facebook plugins by using so-called add-ons for your browser.
If you wish to completely prevent loading the Twitter and Instagram plugins, you can set add-ons for your browser, for example the script blocker “NoScript”.
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Rights of persons affected
You have the right:
Right of objection
If your person-specific data is processed, on the basis of justified interests in accordance with art. 6, paragraph 1, sentence 1, letter f of DSGVO [Basic Regulation on Data Protection], you have the right, in accordance with art. 21 of DSGVO, to protest against the processing of your person-specific data, provided reasons exist that arise from your special situation.
If you wish to make use of your right of objection, it is sufficient that you send an e-mail to: email@example.com
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