This data protection declaration is intended to https://blog.daydreamer-kev.de users of the website in accordance with the Federal Data Protection Act, the General Data Protection Regulation and the Telemedia Act on the nature, scope and purpose of the collection and use of personal data by the website operator Kevin Ruser (contact details see imprint). I take data protection very seriously and treat personal data confidentially and to the best of my knowledge and belief in accordance with legal regulations. Please keep in mind that data transmission on the Internet can always be considered with security vulnerabilities. Full protection against access by strangers is not feasible.
2. content shown on this blog
Stories and contributions are created with the utmost care. Nevertheless, I cannot accept any liability for the correctness, completeness and topicality of the content provided. According to the Telemedia Act (TMG), I am a service provider with the publication of my texts on the Internet (cf. Section 2 (1) TMG). Accordingly, I am responsible for the content published on this blog in accordance with the general laws (Section 7 (1)). Pursuant to Sections 8 to 10, I am not obliged to monitor transmitted or stored third-party information or to investigate circumstances that indicate illegal activity. Obligations to remove or block the use of information in accordance with the general laws remain unaffected even in the event of the service provider’s non-responsibility (Section 7 para. 2).
2.1 Liability for links on this blog
This blog may contain links that lead to external websites of third parties, on whose content I have no influence. Therefore, I cannot accept any liability for the contents of these pages. Only the respective provider or operator is always responsible for the content of the linked pages. Each page linked to my blog was checked for possible legal violations at the time of linking, but no illegal content could be detected. Without concrete indications that the linked page could contain a violation of the law, a permanent control of the content is not reasonable. If there are reasonable grounds for suspicion of a violation of the law or if illegal content on a linked page becomes known, the corresponding link will be removed immediately.
2.2 liability for images on this blog (copyright)
The contents and works published here on these pages are subject to German copyright law. Without the written consent of the respective author or creator, duplication, editing, distribution and any kind of exploitation outside the limits of copyright of the content published on these pages is not permitted. Downloads and copies of this site are permitted for private, non-commercial use only. Third-party content published or shared on this site always respects the copyright of the same. This means that third-party content is marked as such. If there is reason to accept a copyright infringement, Please note accordingly. Such content will be removed immediately or provided accordingly upon becoming aware of any infringements of the law.
Pictures on this blog can have five origins:
1. The pictures were created by me on my own. Thus I am the author of these images and a re-use of these images requires my express consent.
2. Images are taken from the free image database pixelio.de (externer Link). In this case, they are marked in the format Urheber/pixelio.de in one of the lower screen corners.
3. The images are taken from the free image database pixabay.com (externer Link). They can be used without a license and are not subject to any labelling requirement.
4. The images come from the image database freepik.com (externer Link) and are marked accordingly.
5. The pictures were provided by cooperation partners and are marked accordingly.
3.1 access data
By using the blog, data about the accesses is automatically collected and stored as server log files. The following data is logged as follows:
- Which pages have you visited?
- When did you access them?
- Where did you get to this site from?
- Which browser and operating system did you use?
- What IP address did you use?
The collected data is used for statistical purposes and helps me to further improve my blog. This data will not be used for any other purpose. For the purpose of improving my blog, this data can also be stored at WordPress. This storage takes 30 days. WordPress then deletes the data.As a general rule, collected data is expressly not used to draw conclusions about your person. The data is the recipient of the data and the processors referred to in these provisions.
When you visit my blog, you will be regularly informed that cookies are stored. Cookies are small text files that are stored on your device so that my blog works smoothly and loads faster when you visit it. Your browser uses these files to load my blog faster and make it more secure for you.
These cookies will not be saved until you agree to the message. You have the option to choose whether you want to allow all cookies or only the necessary cookies.
You can also refuse to store cookies in your browser or in the information bar that is displayed to you once a month. This will no longer save these files for you. Note, however, that you may not be able to use my blog without restrictions.
You can change your cookie settings at any time:
3.3 handling of personal data
I will only use your personal data with your consent and will only pass it on with your consent if permitted by law.
3.3.1 contact details
You can find the contact form in various places on my blog. It allows you to get in touch with me very easily. This requires you to provide at least your email address so that I can reply to your message if necessary. Therefore, you must agree on the contact form that you agree to the processing and storage of your e-mail address.
3.3.2 comments from posts and pages
In order to have the opportunity to comment or discuss my posts, there is a comment function among most posts. To leave a comment, you need to enter your name and a mail address. Your mail address will not be displayed publicly, but will be stored internally. In addition, your IP address is stored internally. This serves the general security and makes it possible to take appropriate action against it in the event of illegalities. Therefore, you have to agree to the processing and storage of your data with a check mark. The storage of this data is based on legitimate interest (Art. 6 sec. 1 lit. f GDPR) for security on my blog
You have the opportunity to subscribe to individual comments and posts, as well as my entire blog, to be kept up to date with new features. This also requires your consent to consent to the processing and storage of your data. You will receive a confirmation email in which you must first confirm your subscription.
3.4 use of social media icons
On posts and pages of my blog you will find the possibility to share them on different social networks below. For this I use the plug-in “Shariff”, which is absolutely GDPR compliant and does not transfer your data to the social networks without being asked. Only by clicking on the respective button do you actively decide to connect to the corresponding network.
Data is thus only exchanged with the social network by clicking on the respective sharing button. More information about Shariff can be found here (externer Link).
3.6 integration of YouTube videos an iFrames
Some blog posts may include YouTube videos. My blog does not send data to YouTube LLC, which is a subsidiary of Google LLC if you don’t click on the video to launch it. In this case, a privacy notice is displayed that requires re-consent. The video can then be played within my blog or with a link directly on YouTube.
The interactive stories on my blog are displayed via iFrame from my own server.
3.7 User's Rights: Inspection, Rectification and Deletion
As a user of my blog, you have the opportunity to find out for free which personal data has been stored by you at any time. You also have the right to request the deletion or correction of this data if this does not conflict with a legal obligation to retain data (e.B. data retention).
4. participation in contents
Participation in contents on this blog is generally free of charge. The individual terms and conditions of each competition are defined directly and defined under the contents. This includes any requirements for participation in the competition, as well as the participation period.
In principle, every reader of my blog who lives in Germany is allowed to participate. In the case of underage participants, a written declaration of consent from the legal guardian must be obtained. If the prize is tied to a minimum age by any age restrictions, this defines the minimum age for participation in the competition.
In principle, winners will be notified by e-mail. As part of this notification, we will also be informed about data protection. The following applies that participation in the competition is always voluntary and only after consent for the processing and storage of personal data such as name, e-mail address and IP address, which are collected, for example, when commenting on a contribution (see 3.3.2).
In order to distribute the prize, it is also necessary to provide a valid postal address, which must be sent by e-mail. At this point, I would like to make it clear once again that data transmission on the Internet can be considered as a matter of security and that full protection of this data cannot be achieved. The data is only needed and used by me for the delivery of the profit and then deleted.
Legal redress is excluded.
5. Changes in Data protection Rules