Responsibility for this webpage
Deutsch-Afghanische Initiative e.V. (DAI)
Tel. 07 61 / 20 25 82 71
Responsibility for content according to § 55 para. 2 of the German Interstate Broadcasting Agreement (RStV)
Copyright for headline image of www.guldusi.com
by Hella Prinzhausen. Detail of: “Mirror, mirror on the wall, Who is the fairest of them all?”. Sincere thanks for kindly granting permission for its use here.
Web site design
Register number: VR 3591
Court of registration: Freiburg im Breisgau Magistrates’ Court
Tax registration number: 06469/46942
The Chairperson, Assina Karim, or the Deputy Chairperson, Dietlinde Quack, represent the society in all society business in the sense intended by § 26 of the BGB. (Address as above).
Rights concerning authorship and use of content
The Guldusi website and the contents presented there which originate from the DAI are subject to the authorship rights of the DAI and are protected by the relevant provisions concerning authorship rights. Unauthorised duplication or reproduction of these contents will be pursued by the DAI by the opening of civil, and where necessary, crimimal proceedings. However, you are free to request permission to use such contents for publication.
Notice concerning liability
Despite diligent governance in matters of content, we cannot accept responsibility for the content provided via links to third party websites. The owners of the linked sites are entirely responsible for those sites’ content.
Data Privacy Statement
This Data Privacy Statement is intended to provide visitors to the website with information regarding the way in which personal data are collected and used by the party responsible for this website – Pascale Goldenberg, Deutsch-Afghanische Initiative e.V. (DAI), Wilhelmstraße 24a, 79098 Freiburg,
Tel. 07 61 / 20 25 82 71, Email: email@example.com – as well as the nature of those data.
Access Date/Server Logfiles
The owner of this website (or his/her webspace provider) will collect data regarding each occasion the website is accessed (the so-called server log files).
These access data include: Name of the website accessed, file, date and time of the visit, amount of data transferred, notice of successful access, type and version of browser, visitor’s operating system, Referrer URL (previously visited page), IP address and requesting provider.
The website owner will use protocol data only for statistical evaluation purposes in order to operate, secure and improve the website. However, the website owner reserves the right to verify protocol data subsequently if there are specific reasons for suspecting any unlawful use.
Processing Personal Data
Personal data refer to the information that can be used to determine a person’s identity, meaning data that can be traced back to a person. These data include name, email address or phone number, and also information regarding preferences, hobbies, memberships or visited websites.
Personal data are only collected, used or passed on by the provider if this is permitted by law or if visitors consent to the collection of data.
When users contact the website owner (e.g. via contact form or email), their data are saved for the purpose of processing the request or for dealing with possible follow-up questions.
Comments and posts
If users leave comments or other posts in the blog, their IP address will be stored. This is intended to protect the provider in the event of somebody putting illegal content (defamatory material, banned political propaganda, etc.) in comments or posts. In such cases, the provider could be held accountable for the comment or post himself/herself and therefore has an interest in knowing the author’s identity.
For visitors accessing a website, one or more cookies are stored on their computer. A cookie is a small file which contains a certain character string and clearly identifies its browser. Cookies help the website owner to improve the ease and quality of his/her service by storing user settings, for example. Cookies cause no harm to the users’ computer and contain no viruses.
It is also possible to use the website without cookies. Users can configure their browser to deactivate the storage of cookies, confine it to particular websites, or inform the user before cookies are stored. Browser privacy settings can be used at any time to delete cookies from the hard disk of a computer. This could result in reduced website functionality or a less user-friendly website experience.
This website makes use of Matomo, an Open Source Software for statistically evaluating user access. Matomo uses so-called ‘cookies’, text files that are stored on users’ computers and facilitate analysis of their usage of the website. The information generated by the cookie regarding website usage is stored on the relevant server in Germany. The IP address will be anonymised immediately after being processed and before being stored. Users can prevent cookies from being stored by altering their browser configuration accordingly; however, the website owner draws users’ attention to the fact that this might lead to a corresponding reduction in website functionality.
Revocation, Amendments, Corrections and Updates
The user has the right to receive information upon request and free of charge regarding the personal data stored in relation to him/her. Additionally, the user has the right to have incorrect data corrected, and his personal data blocked and deleted if there is no legal obligation to retain such data.
Data Privacy Model by lawyer Thomas Schwenke – I LAW it