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Legal basis and scope:
In accordance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), this declaration informs of the type, scope and purpose of a possible collection and use of personal data by the operator of the website particular.eu. Personal data is treated confidentially and in accordance with legal regulations. Bear in mind that data transmission on the internet can generally be vulnerable. Full protection against access by strangers can not be guaranteed.
The web hoster (Goneo) and analytics tool (Matomo) collect access data for the website particular.eu in the form of accessed files or pages, date and time of access as well as information on the source and the hardware and software. Goneo stores this access data in server log files, with logging of IP addresses disabled. Matomo stores access data including anonymized IP addresses in a database, with use of browser cookies disabled.
This does usually not enable to identify users personally. The collected data is only used for statistical analysis and operational safety of the website and thus serves the legitimate interests of the operator acc. to art. 6 par. 1(f) GDPR. External servers (as when showing embedded content, social plug-ins, or web fonts) are not addressed by particular.eu, so that third parties are not provided with access data.
If you contact the operator through the offered contact options (e-mail, social networks), your details will be stored for the purpose of processing and answering your request. Without your consent, this data will not be disclosed to third parties.
Upon request, you as a user will receive free information about which personal data has been stored about you. If your request does not conflict with a legal obligation to retain data, you are entitled to have incorrect data corrected (pursuant to art. 16 GDPR) and to have your personal data deleted (pursuant to art. 17 GDPR). If data of yours is processed, you have the right to restrict this processing (pursuant to art. 18 GDPR) and the right to object to the processing of your data (pursuant to art. 21 GDPR). You may also address complaints to a supervisory authority (such as the state data protection authorities in Germany, pursuant to art. 77 GDPR).