Data privacy

It is an important concern for the Deutsche Kinemathek – Museum für Film und Fernsehen that it handles your personal data in a responsible way. Hence the following sections explain:
- why the Foundation collects and stores data
- how the Deutsche Kinemathek collects data and which data it stores
- how you can opt out of or avoid data collection
- what kind of cookies are used on the Foundation’s website

 

Why does the Deutsche Kinemathek employ web analytics software?

The Deutsche Kinemathek – Museum für Film und Fernsehen analyzes the use of this website. By doing so it obtains information about how to improve its web offerings. For example, this includes knowledge about how often certain content is accessed or what browser was used to view it. The Deutsche Kinemathek uses the stored data exclusively for statistical purposes. No other use is made of the data and it is not shared with third parties.

 

Anonymized/pseudonymized web analytics software with Piwik

The Deutsche Kinemathek – Museum für Film und Fernsehen employs the web analytics software Piwik, which is recommended by data privacy experts. By automatically anonymizing/pseudonymizing the IP address, the data stored can no longer be assigned to specific people. This prevents the usage data or usage profile from being connected with data that could identify the user.

 

What data is stored with the web analytics software Piwik?

Every time a website on the Internet is visited and every time data is accessed, browsers usually communicate data. Of the data that is conveyed when you visit this website, the Deutsche Kinemathek – Museum für Film und Fernsehen stores the following information:
- Browser type / version
- Operating system
- Referrer URL (the referring page)
- Time of server request
- Pages and data accessed
- Anonymized IP address
- Country of origin

 

Opting out of data tracking by the web analytics software Piwik

You can decide whether you wish the data listed above to be tracked, analyzed, and described statistically by the Deutsche Kinemathek – Museum für Film und Fernsehen.

Your visit to this website is currently being tracked by the web analytics software Piwik. Two Piwik web analytics cookies have been stored in your browser.
If you do NOT wish for your visit to be tracked, click on the checkbox below to uncheck it. This will place a Piwik deactivation cookie in your browser.

 

Please note that if you have activated automatic deletion of cookies in your browser, the deactivation cookie will also be deleted when you close the program. In that case, every time you access this website you must opt out again from data tracking. Likewise, when you use another computer or a different web browser, you must opt out of data tracking again.

 

What cookies does this website employ?

Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer when you visit a website. Cookies can be used to exchange information between computer programs or stored for a limited time. Cookies can only be stored if you allow this in your browser’s settings.
The Deutsche Kinemathek – Museum für Film und Fernsehen uses cookies very sparingly. That means that you can largely view this website even without cookies. The cookies used on this website perform two different functions:
Some of the cookies used ensure that the website functions and is displayed properly. The validity of these cookies is limited to one visit to this website. As soon as your browser is closed, these so-called session cookies are deleted.
The other cookies used on this website belong to the web analytics software Piwik. Depending on whether you agreed to or opted out of data tracking, two web analytics cookies or one Piwik deactivation cookie is stored on your computer. These cookies remain valid for two years if you do not delete them.

 

Links

When you click on a link and log in to one of the social bookmarking services or social networks, the data privacy policy of the provider in question applies.

 

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