Schönhauser Allee 6/7
10119 Berlin Germany
HRB-ID: HRB 137440 B
CEO: Andreas Gebhard
Email: info at re-publica.de
Phone: +49 30 92105 975
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The particular authors are responsible for the content of separate articles. We are not taking responsibility for the content of external websites. From our readers, we require common sense as well as the ability to communicate. This website contains referrals or links to other websites, which are outside of the domain of this website. These referrals and/or links are selected by us for information purposes only. We are not responsible and/or liable for any and all content of or availability of these external websites and no referral or link may be deemed to be an approval by us of the content of any external website.
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For the republica GmbH, the protection of personal data is of great importance. We hereby want to inform you where and for what purpose we store data. As a private enterprise, we are subject to the regulations of the German Federal Data Protection Act (Bundesdatenschutzgesetz BDSG) and the Telemedia Act (Telemediengesetz or TMG).
You can generally use our website without revealing your identity. When you register for a personalized offer on our site, such as the Call for Papers or the Call for Help, we will ask for your name and other personal details. As a speaker, your profile will be published within the Call for Papers, but we will not publish your email address or phone number. As a helper, your profile will not be published. All data is stored on secure servers in Germany. Access is restricted to selected authorized users involved in technical, commercial or editorial support.
For security purposes, website access data is stored on our servers that may permit identification (e.g. your IP address, date, time and pages visited). There is no evaluation of personal data; your IP address is anonymized 14 days after it is recorded. Any statistical analysis of data is anonymous. We store IP addresses for a maximum of 14 days. The data is stored for reasons of data security, in order to ensure the stability and reliability of our system.
Disclosure of Personal Information to Third Parties
We do not share information with third parties, unless required to disclose data to authorities by court order or by law. The purpose of any collection, storage, processing and use of personalized data is limited to the organization and realization of the re:publica conference.
Personal information you have provided us with can be deleted at any time. Data used for billing and accounting purposes is not affected. If you wish to delete your data, please send an informal e-mail to: info(at)re-publica.de.
Collection and Storage of User Data
Cookies and Traffic Data
Our website can also be used without cookies. Most browsers are set to accept cookies automatically. You can deactivate cookie storage in your browser or set up a notification for when cookies are being transmitted.
The following external service providers are included on the re:publica website: XING Events (formerly Amiando), Twitter.
Minors under 18 years of age need the consent of their parents or guardians before they submit personal data to us.
Links to Other Websites
Our website includes links to other websites. We are not liable for external links and cannot control whether their operators comply with German data protection regulations.
Questions and Comments
Berlin, December 4, 2016