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Terms and Conditions of the Website of the Jewish Museum Berlin


Publisher

Stiftung Jüdisches Museum Berlin
Lindenstraße 9-14, 10969 Berlin
represented by director Peter Schäfer, Ph.D.

Concept

Lukas Imhof, Maja Lenhardt, Dr. Doreen Tesche, Dr. Mirjam Wenzel

Head of Media Department

Dr. Mirjam Wenzel

Editors

Dr. Doreen Tesche, Mirjam Bitter, Michaela Roßberg

Technical Realisation

Lukas Imhof

Design and Production

4RK Fork Unstable Media GmbH (graphic design, overall)
mischen, Berlin (graphic design About the Museum / History of the Museum)

Credits

The Jewish Museum Berlin would like to thank the following people for their contributions to the website: Adam Blauhut, Maria Boskamp, Monika Flores Martinez, Katja Hauser, Penelope Motley, Claudia Mühlbauer, Barbara Olfe-Kräutlein, Navina Lara Reus, Udo Steffens, Cathrin Tegethoff.

Contact

For questions and comments on the website, please contact: website[at]jmberlin.de
General information
Tel: +49 (0)30 259 93 300
Fax: +49 (0)30 259 93 409
e-mail: info[at]jmberlin.de

The Jewish Museum Berlin is subsidized by the Federal Government Commissioner for Cultural Affairs and the Media.
Finanzamt für Körperschaften III, Berlin
ID-Nr. DE 200 42 91 62

Legal Notice

The Jewish Museum Berlin Foundation is not responsible for the content of websites to which the museum refers by link or which refer by link to the website of the museum.
Should rights (also) reside with different right holders, these are asked to contact the Jewish Museum Berlin.

Data Protection
Usage Analysis Software

The Jewish Museum Berlin analyzes the use of this website and thus obtains information for improving its Internet presence. This includes, for example, the number of times certain contents are called up or which browser was employed. The museum uses this data exclusively for statistical purposes. The data entered in forms is stored only for the purposes specified in the form. The data is neither used in any other way nor passed on to third parties. The data is not stored by third parties.

Anonymous User Analysis with Piwik

The Jewish Museum Berlin uses Piwik analysis software for the analysis of website data. An automatic anonymization of IP addresses employed by the Piwik Plugin AnonymizeIP excludes the possibility that user data or user profiles can be connected to personal data.

Which data is stored by Piwik analysis software?

Every time a website is accessed or a file opened, browsers not only receive but also send data. From the data that is transmitted when you visit this site, the Jewish Museum Berlin stores the following information.

Information about YouTube and Vimeo videos

Embedded videos are shown on this website. For YouTube videos, the advanced data protection mode is activated. This prevents YouTube from storing cookies for a user who visits a site but does not click on the video to play it.
If you click on a link and watch a YouTube or Vimeo video, the data protection regulations of the respective provider apply.

Is personal data transferred when you use share buttons?

Share buttons can be found on some pages of this website. Behind these buttons, there are links to various social bookmarking services or social networks. When share buttons are shown or used, no personal data is collected or transferred to third parties, nor are cookies used.

If you click on a link and log on to one of the social bookmarking services or social networks, the data protection regulations of the respective provider apply.

Should you have questions about data protection, please contact the editor of this website at the address above.

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