(hereinafter "offer"). The use of the website of the Federal Employment Agency is generally possible without the disclosure of personal information.
Every time you access our website and retrieve a file, information is automatically stored for statistical and security purposes. Each time the platform is accessed, the following non-personal / personally identifiable information is automatically stored on the Federal Employment Agency's systems:
- IP address of your Internet service provider
- Date and time
- accessed page of our website/name of the retrieved file
- the amount of data transferred
- Notification whether access/retrieval was successful
- used browser and operating system
This information is used exclusively to improve our website and evaluated in an anonymous form. The software Piwik is used for the statistical evaluation of visitors to the website. This evaluates visitor behaviour on the platform anonymously. Conclusions on the identity of the "users" and "participants" are not possible. The information serves to further develop and improve the platform.
You can then decide whether an explicit web analytics cookie may be stored on your browser to allow the provider of the website to collect and analyse user behaviour (statistical data). If you want to opt out, click the following link to install the Piwik opt-out cookie on your browser.
Your visit to this site is currently being recorded by Piwik web analytics. Click here to prevent your visit from being logged.
Videos from YouTube are included on this website. This always assumes that YouTube perceives the IP address of the visiting users, as it can not send the video content without the IP address to the browser of the respective user. The IP address is therefore required for the presentation of this video content. Further information about handling user data, can be found in the data protection declaration of YouTube under https://www.google.de/intl/en/policies/privacy/ .
Here you can access the data protection declarationforthe logged in/registered area.