1 Objective and responsible position
1.2 Provider of the online offer and the data protection authority is the Metrodove, Bangalore, INDIA, Imprint and contact details: http://www.Metrodove.com/ (hereinafter referred to as “Provider “,” We “or” us “)
1.3. The term “user” covers all customers and visitors of our online offers. The terms used, such as “users”, are gender neutral.
1.4. If the data protection agreement contains consent, these are particularly emphasized.
1.5. In addition to this data protection statement, our terms and conditions apply: http://www.Metrodove.com/terms.html .
2 Definitions and basic data on data processing
2.1 Personal data – Data protection is about the protection of personal data. Personal data is information that can be used to identify a person, ie who can be traced back to a person. This includes, for example, the name, the email address, the telephone number or websites visited by a definable person.
2.2 Pseudonyms – Pseudonyms are usually statistical data. For example, which pages a web page visitor has visited and how long he has been on them. In contrast to personal data, the true identities of the visitors can not be determined since these data are stored only in pseudonymous user profiles (eg “User profile 12923” instead of “User profile Max Mustermann”).
2.4 Web Beacons – Web beacons (also known as pixel tags) are small code strings that provide a method of delivering a graphical image to a web page for the purpose of transmitting information, such as the IP address of the computer that hosts the page On which the Web Beacon appears; The Internet address (URL) of the page where the Web Beacon appears; The time of the display of the page containing the web beacon; The types of browsers that retrieved the Web Beacon, and the ID number of a cookie on the computer previously placed there by that server.
2.5 IP address – The IP address is assigned to an Internet connection when dialing into the Internet by the Internet provider (dynamic IP address). The connection holder can only be determined by means of the provider, who only issues the data on the basis of judicial decisions. In the opinion of the data protection authorities, this possibility is sufficient to create a person reference (“absolute person reference”). It is also possible that the IP addresses, eg for larger companies, remain unchanged (statistical IP address). The provider will only store the IP address if it is required by law to provide it as proof.
3 Fundamentals of data processing and data security
3.1 We process personal data of the users only in compliance with the relevant data protection regulations according to the bills of data and data protection. This means that the data of the users will only be used if a legal permission has been given, in particular if the data for the provision of our contractual services as well as online services are required, or are required by law or processed when consent is given.
3.2 We take organizational, contractual and technical safety measures in accordance with the state of the art to ensure that the provisions of the data protection laws are complied with and to prevent the manipulation, loss, destruction or access of unauthorized persons protect.
3.3 If, within the framework of this data protection declaration, content, tools or other means are used by other providers (hereinafter collectively referred to as “third parties”) and whose registered office is abroad, it is assumed that a data transfer will take place in the third party domains. The transmission of data to third countries is carried out either on the basis of legal authorization, user consent or special clauses of the contract, which guarantee a legally required security of the data.
4 Processing of personal data
4.1 In addition to the use expressly stated in this data protection declaration, the personal data are processed for the following purposes on the basis of legal authorizations or user consent:
- Providing, executing, maintaining, optimizing and securing our services, services and user services;
- Ensuring effective customer service and technical support.
4.2 When contacting us (via contact form or e-mail), the user’s data are stored for the purpose of processing the inquiry as well as in the event that connection questions arise.
5 Registration with third-party authentication services
5.1 Users can register and log in using third-party authentication services, as long as they are made available (hereinafter referred to as “third-party authentication”). Authentication services can be, in particular, Facebook, Google or Twitter.
5.2 The prerequisite for third-party authentication is that users are registered with the respective third-party providers and enter the required access data on the web form provided for this purpose or have already logged into the third-party provider.
5.3 Within the framework of a registration, we receive a user ID with the information that the user is logged in under this user ID and a user handle that is not usable for the provider. Whether we receive further data depends solely on the third-party authentication used by the user, the selected data releases as part of the authentication, and on the data that users have shared with the third-party provider in the privacy or other settings of the user account. There may be different data depending on the provider and the choice of users, usually the e-mail address and user name. In the case of Facebook, there are also so-called “public information”, which everyone can see. These include the name, profile and title, gender, networks (eg
5.4 The password entered as part of the third-party authentication is neither visible to us, nor is it stored by the provider.
5.5 Users are requested to note that their information stored on our website can be automatically compared to their third-party user account, but without any obligation to update our site.
5.6 If users decide to stop using their third-party user account for third-party authentication, they must cancel this connection within their third-party user account. If users wish to delete their data from us, they must declare this to us.
5.7 Users are requested to note that third party authentication is subject to the usage regulations as well as the data usage guidelines of third party providers.
6 PROMOTIONAL AGREEMENT
6.1 You agree to receive, through electronic channels such as e-mail and / or notifications and / or push notices, messages with informative and / or promotional offers from the following subject areas: test drives, cars, free vouchers, discount offers , Videos, quizzes, personality tests, social media offers, dating, fashion, cosmetics, editorial content And offers, smartphones, toolbars, browser addons, software, gifts, newspapers, magazines, computer games, Skillgames, special offers, sim cards, electricity, gas, energy, telecommunication, mail order, product samples, games,Banks, surveys, market research, loans, photoproducts.
6.2 This advertising consent is valid within the European Union only, as far as the users have expressly consented, eg within the framework of a consent box. This also applies to other countries where explicit consent is provided by law.
6.3 YOUR ADVANTAGE: Often, thanks to our good relations, we can negotiate very special offers, conditions and discounts that you would NOT otherwise get!
6.4 DISPOSAL: You can always unsubscribe from this service at any time.
7 Information transmission via electronic channels and personalization
7.1 E-mails and further electronic notifications (hereinafter referred to as “newsletters”) with promotional information about us as well as our services are only sent with an explicit consent of the users or if legally permitted.
7.2 We may obtain the consent to the shipment with a consent dialog within our onlinc service and have it confirmed with an e-mail (so-called double-opt-in).
Non-advertising information includes news in the context of the contract with the users. This includes the sending of information, insofar as this is part of the service’s services, technical information, changes in the supplier’s services, prices or contractual provisions, payment processing, queries on orders and similar messages.
7.4 Users can always object to receiving e-mails at any time.
7.5 In the course of the registration, the provider saves the user’s login, confirmation, and IP address. The provider is legally obligated to log the registrations in order to prove a proper registration.
7.6 In order to adapt our newsletters to the interests of the users and to avoid content which is irrelevant for the users as well as to adapt the transmission frequency (eg to send less newsletters, if the interest of the users is lower), we measure whether the (With the help of a web beacons, a small graphic in the newsletter content) and which links are clicked (with the help of a link redirection via our servers). We do not use this information for any other purpose and will delete it as soon as users refuse to receive the newsletters. This consent is valid within the European Union only, as far as the users have expressly consented, eg within the framework of a consent box. This also applies to other countries,
8 Server log data
8.1 We collect data about any access to servers on which our Online service is run (so-called server log files). The access data include name of the retrieved web page, file, date and time of the retrieval, transmitted data volume, notification of successful retrieval, browser type and version, the user’s operating system, referrer URL, the IP address and the requesting provider ,
8.2We use the log data without assignment to the person of the user or other profile creation according to the legal regulations only for statistical evaluations for the purpose of the operation, the security and the optimization of our servers.
9 Browser notifications
9.1 We enable users to receive information about our services and content by means of messages that are displayed by their browsers (so-called “push notifications”, referred to as “notifications” in German browsers). To this end, we are currently using the service provider Metrodove.com
9.2 The push notifications are set up with the consent of the users and assume that the browser supports the users push notifications. In order to be able to display push notifications, Metrodove.com is required to store an identification feature of the browser, which is only used for the push notifications.
9.4 Users can object to the use of our push notifications at any time by placing them in their browser settings.
10 Google Analytics, and User ID
10.2 We also use the Analytics function User ID to track interaction data. This user ID is additionally anonymised and encrypted and is not linked to any other data other than the pseudonymous use.
10.3 Google will use this information on our behalf to evaluate the use of our online offer by users in order to compile reports on the activities within this website and to provide additional services related to the use of this website and the Internet. Users can create pseudonymous user profiles from the processed data.
10.4 We only use Google Analytics with IP anonymization enabled. This means that the IP address of the users is shortened by Google within the member states of the European Union or in other states parties to the Agreement on the European Economic Area. Only in exceptional cases will the full IP address be transferred to a Google server in the US and abbreviated there.
10.5 We use the Analytics features for remarketing, Google Display Network impressions, DoubleClick Campaign Manager Integration, Google Analytics demographics and interest reporting. You can turn off Google Analytics for display ads and customize ads on the Google Display Network by viewing the ad settings at this link: https://www.google.com/settings/ads .
10.6 The IP address transmitted by the user’s browser is not merged with other data from Google. Users may prevent the storage of cookies by means of an appropriate setting of their browser software; Users can also prevent Google from collecting and processing the data generated by the cookie and related to its use of the online offer, as well as the processing of this data by Google by downloading and installing the browser plug-in available at the following link: https: // Tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en .
10.7 For more information on Google’s use of your data for promotional purposes, please refer to Google’s website at: https://www.google.com/intl/en/policies/privacy/partners (“Use of Google by your website Or our partner’s apps “), http://www.google.com/policies/technologies/ads (” promotional content “), http://www.google.com/settings/ads (” Manage your information, Google To show you ads “), and http://www.google.com/ads/preferences (” Determine which advertising Google shows you “).
11 Google Re / marketing services
11.1 We use the Google Inc. Marketing and Remarketing services, 1600 Amphitheater Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA (“Google”).
11.2 The Google Marketing Services allow us to display advertisements for and on our website more specifically, in order to show users only ads that potentially meet their interests. If, for example, advertisers are displayed for products for which they are interested in other websites, they are referred to as “remarketing”. For these purposes, when Google and other websites where Google Marketing services are active, Google directly executes a code from Google and it will be added to the site’s so-called (re) marketing tags (invisible graphics or code, too As “Web Beacons”) into the website. With their help, the user is given an individual cookie, ie A small file (instead of cookies, comparable technologies can be used). Cookies can be set by different domains, including google.com, doubleclick.net, invitemedia.com, admeld.com, googlesyndication.com, or googleadservices.com. In this file you will see which web pages the user has visited, the contents of which he is interested and the offers he has clicked, as well as technical information on the browser and operating system, referring websites, visit time and further information on the use of the online offer. It also captures the user’s IP address, reporting to Google Analytics, That the IP address is abbreviated within the Member States of the European Union or in other States Parties to the Agreement on the European Economic Area and is only transferred in exceptional cases to a Google server in the USA where it is abridged. The IP address will not be merged with the user’s data within other Google offers. This information may also be linked to such information from other sources. If the user subsequently visits other websites, the advertisements matched to him can be displayed according to his interests. This information may also be linked to such information from other sources. If the user subsequently visits other websites, the advertisements matched to him can be displayed according to his interests. This information may also be linked to such information from other sources. If the user subsequently visits other websites, the advertisements matched to him can be displayed according to his interests.
11.3 The data of the users is pseudonymously processed within the framework of the Google marketing services. That is, Google stores and processes, for example, not the name or email address of the users, but processes the relevant data cookie-related within pseudonym user profiles. This means that from Google’s point of view, the ads are not managed and displayed for a specifically identified person, but for the cookie owner, regardless of who is the cookie owner. This does not apply if a user has explicitly permitted Google to process the data without this pseudonymization. The information collected by “DoubleClick” about the users is transmitted to Google and stored on Google’s servers in the USA.
11.4 One of the Google marketing services we use is, among others, the online advertising program “Google AdWords”. In the case of Google AdWords, each AdWords customer will receive a different “conversion cookie”. Cookies cannot be tracked through AdWords customers’ websites. The information collected using the cookie is used to create conversion statistics for AdWords customers who have opted for conversion tracking. AdWords customers can see the total number of users who clicked on their ad and were forwarded to a conversion tracking tag. However, they do not receive any information that allows users to be personally identified.
11.7 We also use Google Optimization Services to test the user-friendliness and effectiveness of our Web sites, such as A / B testing, where different versions of web pages are displayed to users.
11.8 Other Google marketing services we use are Campaign Manager and Google Tag Manager, which can be used to add Google Analytics and Marketing services to our website (eg, “AdWords”, “DoubleClick”, or ” “Google Analytics”).
If you’re unsure about Google Marketing services, you can use Google’s set-up and opt-out capabilities: http://www.google.com/ads/preferences .
12 General notes on the Facebook connection
12.1 If our online offer is implemented as a Facebook application and / or authentication via Facebook, this requires a permission from the users so that we can access the data stored by Facebook users.
12.2 Users are expressly informed by us about this data collection and the data provided by Facebook to us according to the consent of the users (eg public profile, friend list, e-mail address and “likes”) within the approval dialog of Facebook.
12.3 The requested data can be used anonymously for statistical purposes. This means that we can evaluate how often a contribution has been shared or “geliked”, in order to create statistics that help us to improve our offers, contents and, in particular, quizzes and personality tests. This evaluation is separated from the stored personal data of the users (eg separated from their Facebook-IDs), which gave us the consent, ie anonymous. The evaluation is carried out by us and for us, a transfer of the data to third parties does not take place.
12.5 Users have the option to terminate the connection of our on-line service at any time with the application settings of Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/settings?tab=applications .
13 Individualization of content
13.1 We process data from users in order to optimally adapt our online offer and content to the needs of the users. For this purpose we use data which we learn about the users according to this data protection and analyze these with the help of algorithmic functions. Here, usage profiles can arise. This analysis is only for our purposes, the results will not be passed on to third parties.
13.2 The data used include, in particular, those which we receive as part of the registration of users (eg gender, name or country) as well as data obtained through the use of our online offer (eg which parts of our offer a user uses most frequently, Recommends, favors or shares with other users).
14 Use of Facebook Social Plugins
14.1 Within this service, social plug-ins (“plug-ins”) of the social network Facebook, which are distributed by Facebook Inc., 1 Hacker Way, Menlo Park, CA 94025, USA, 4 Grand Canal Square, Grand Canal Harbor, Dublin 2, Ireland (“Facebook”). The plugins are usually visible on one of the Facebook logos (eg “f” on a blue tile or a “thumb up” sign). You can view the complete list of all plugins at https://developers.facebook.com/docs/plugins/ .
14.2 When a user calls a web page of this service that contains such a plugin, his browser builds a direct connection to the Facebook servers. The content of the plugin is transmitted directly from Facebook to the user’s browser and integrated into the website by the browser. The provider has therefore no influence on the extent of the data Facebook collects with the help of this plugin and therefore informs the users according to his knowledge: By incorporating the plugins, Facebook receives the information that a user has called the corresponding page of the service. If the user is logged into Facebook, Facebook can assign the visit to his Facebook account. If a user interacts with the plugins, for example, press the Like button or comment, The corresponding information from your browser will be sent directly to Facebook and stored there. If a user is not a member of Facebook, there is the possibility that Facebook will find and save his IP address. According to Facebook, only an anonymous IP address is stored in Germany.
14.3 The purpose and scope of the data collection and the further processing and use of the data by Facebook, as well as the rights and settings for the protection of the privacy of the users, can be found in Facebook’s privacy statement: http://www.facebook.com/policy.php .
14.4 You may object to the collection by Facebook social plugins and use your data for promotional purposes. To do this, you can visit the page provided by Facebook and follow the instructions on the settings of user-based advertising: https://www.facebook.com/settings?tab=ads or the contradiction on the page http://www.aboutads.info / Choices or the site http://www.youronlinechoices.com . The settings are independent of the platform, ie they are applied to all devices, such as desktop computers or mobile devices.
15 Facebook Re / Marketing, App Analytics and Audience Network
15.1 Within the scope of our online offer, FacebookActivity Network, as well as “Facebook-Pixel” and “App-Analytics” functions (hereinafter referred to as “Facebook-Re / Marketing-Functions”) of the social network Facebook, ., 1 Hacker Way, Menlo Park, CA 94025, USA, or, if you are a resident of the EU, Facebook Ireland Ltd., 4 Grand Canal Square, Grand Canal Harbor, Dublin 2, used. With the help of the Facebook Re / Marketing functions, Facebook is able to determine the visitors of our offer as a target group for the display of ads, so-called “Facebook Ads”. Accordingly, we use Facebook Re / Marketing features to display the Facebook ads that we connect to only those Facebook users, Who have also shown an interest in our website, as well as those who might be interested in similar characteristics (“Lookalike Audiences”). This means, with the help of the Facebook Re / Marketing features, we want to make sure that our Facebook ads match the users’ potential interests and do not bother us. With the help of the Facebook Re / Marketing capabilities, we can also track the effectiveness of Facebook’s advertising and statistical research by seeing if users have been redirected to our website after clicking a Facebook ad.
15.2 The Facebook Re / Marketing features are integrated into Facebook’s Audience Network, directly from Facebook, by calling our online offers or by members of the Facebook audience, and can store a so-called cookie, ie a small file, on your device (alternatively, especially “App- Analytics “functions, also device-related identification features are used). If you then log on to Facebook or in the logged-in state Facebook visit, the visit and use of our offer is noted in your profile. Here, usage profiles can arise.
15.3 The data collected about you are anonymous for us, so we do not offer any conclusions about the identity of the users. However, the data are stored and processed by Facebook so that a connection to the respective user profile is possible. The processing of the data by Facebook takes place within the framework of the Facebook Data Usage Directive. For more information about the functionality of the Facebook Re / Marketing features and how to display Facebook ads, visit the Facebook Facebook Data Usage Policy: https://www.facebook.com/policy.php .
15.4 You may object to the capture by Facebook’s Re / Marketing features and use of your data for promotional purposes. To do this, you can visit the page provided by Facebook and follow the instructions on the settings of user-based advertising: https://www.facebook.com/settings?tab=ads or the contradiction on the page http://www.aboutads.info / Choices or the EU site http://www.youronlinechoices.com . The settings are independent of the platform, ie they are applied to all devices, such as desktop computers or mobile devices.
16 Mobile statistics and services
16.1 We use Flurry (www.flurry.com 360 3rd Street San Francisco, CA 94107, USA), a tool that allows users to understand and statistically evaluate the interaction of app users. The information is displayed in aggregated form, eg number of users in a period, number of users per device type, session duration. No personal data is collected or evaluated. Flurry does not collect any personal information, such as the name, phone number, device UDID, e-mail or text of messages. Flurry stores only the device type, the operating system used, the name of the provider, as well as events occurring in the app, such as the number of app usage and usage time. Here, usage profiles can arise. If you want to prevent Flurry from using this data for the purpose of product improvement,
16.2 Anonymous measured values are collected on the basis of the device identification, which however is anonymized by the providers. The same is true for IP addresses. Here, usage profiles can arise.
16.3 In order to send push messages to users, we store a pseudonymal device token with which we can identify the device.
17 Further analysis and re / marketing tools
17.1 Within our online offering, we use the third party analysis, re / marketing and advertising technologies to increase the efficiency of the marketing methods used and their relevance to the users and to promote advertising space in our offers. For this purpose, third-party providers can use so-called pixel tags (invisible graphics, also referred to as “Web Beacons”). The “pixel tags” can be used to evaluate information such as visitor traffic on the pages of our online offer. Here, usage profiles can arise. The pseudonymous information may also be stored in cookies on the user’s device, including technical information on the browser and operating system, referring websites,
18 Content and service offered by third parties
18.1 We use content or services offered by third-party providers within our online offer to integrate their content and services, such as quizzes, tests, games, texts, pictures, videos or fonts (hereinafter referred to as “content”). This always assumes that the third-party providers of this content, the IP address of the users, because they could not send the contents to the browser without the IP address. The IP address is therefore required for the display of these contents. We only make use of such content, whose respective providers use the IP address only for the delivery of the content. Third party providers can also use so-called pixel tags (invisible graphics, also referred to as “web beacons”) for statistical or marketing purposes. The “pixel tags” Information such as visitor traffic can be evaluated on the pages of this website. The pseudonymous information may also be stored in cookies on the users’ device, including, for example, technical information on the browser and operating system, referring websites, visit time, further information on the use of our online offer, as well as such information from other sources.
18.2 In the following, we provide information on the individual third parties, their data protection clarifications as well as the possibility of their data collection (“Opt-Out”).
- Cloudflare, Inc., 101 Townsend St, San Francisco, CA 94107, USA, https://www.cloudflare.com/, ein Content Delivery Network (CDN), mit dessen Hilfe Inhalte unseres Dienstes, insbesondere große Mediendateien, wie Grafiken oder Skripte mit Hilfe regional verteilter und über das Internet verbundener Server, schneller ausgeliefert werden. Coudflare hilft uns ferner das Land, in dem sich der Nutzer befindet, anhand der IP-Adresse zu bestimmen, damit wir unsere Angebote und Inhalte dementsprechend anpassen können (z.B. im Hinblick auf Sitten oder gesetzliche Anforderungen des Landes). Datenschutzerklärung: https://www.cloudflare.com/security-policy/.
- Sentry, Inc., 25, Kearny St, Suite 500 San Francisco, CA 94108, USA. Real-time fault tracking for error analysis and evaluation Data protection: https://sentry.io/privacy/.
- LittleThings, 21 Penn Plaza 5th Floor New York, New York 10001, USA. Videos, pictures, texts, etc. Data protection: http://www.littlethings.com/privacy.
- Spot.IM, New York 620 W 42nd, New York NY 10036, USA. A conversation tool that allows users to write comments, for example. With the use of Spot.IM, users agree to the usage and data protection conditions of Spot.IM, which are communicated to them in the input box of Spot.IM. Data protection with references to the opt-out: https://www.spot.im/privacy/.
19 Rights of users
19.1 Users have the right, on request, to receive information free of charge about the personal data that we have stored about them.
19.2 In addition, the users have the right to correct incorrect data, revoke consent, supervisory authority complaint, blocking and deletion of their personal data.
19.3 The data stored with us will be deleted as soon as they are no longer necessary for their purpose and no legal requirements for the deletion of the data are forbidden.
20 Changes to data protection
20.2 Users are requested to inform themselves regularly about the content of the data protection declaration.