The information on all visits and searches on this website are stored temporarily in a log file. The tracking tool used to analyze the use of the web site does not require any personal data from the user.
In addition, the IP addresses are anonymized so that the user’s activity cannot be further traced. On your browser, you can choose settings so that your access will not be registered and analyzed (Do Not Track Setting). A browser variable tells the website whether the users wish their activity to be tracked or not.
To find out how to configure your browser, enter in a search engine, for example: “activate Do Not Track [browser name]”.
Use of social media plug-ins
We currently use the following social media plug-ins: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube (Google) using the so-called “two-click” solution. This means that no personal data is initially passed on to the providers of the plug-ins when you access our web site. Only if you click on the activation button on social media, the personal data will be transferred by you to the respective social media plug-in provider and stored there (for US providers in the USA). We use social media plug-ins to make the information more attention grabbing for you through interaction with relevant users.
We would like to point out that social networks store their users’ data (e.g. personal information, IP address etc.) in accordance with their own data usage regulations and use this data for commercial purposes.
ITTD Project has no influence on registration and further use of the data collected by social networks. We are unable to identify how much, where and for how long the collected data is stored, to what extent the networks adhere to the requirement to delete the data, how the data is processed and linked, and with whom it is shared.
Thus, we ask you to check carefully the personal data you make available to the social networks when you use our site.