Datenschutzerklärung für Facebook
Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung e.V., Klingelhoeferstrasse 23, 10785 Berlin, uses the Facebook technical platform and services for the information service offered here (European provider: Facebook Ireland Ltd., 4 Grand Canal Square, Grand Canal Harbour, Dublin 2, Ireland).
When you visit our Facebook page (fan page), Facebook collects, inter alia, your IP address as well as further information present on your PC in the form of cookies. This information is used by Facebook to provide us as the operators of the Facebook page with anonymous statistical information regarding how users are availing themselves of our Facebook page. Facebook provides more detailed information in this regard under this link.
If you visit a Facebook page, the IP address assigned to your terminal device is transmitted to Facebook. Facebook states that this IP address is made anonymous (in the case of ‘German’ IP addresses) and deleted after 90 days. Moreover, Facebook saves information about its users’ terminal devices (e.g. as part of the ‘Login Notification’ function); Facebook if applicable may thus be able to attribute IP addresses to individual users.
If a user is currently logged in to Facebook, a cookie is present on his or her terminal device with his or her Facebook ID. This means that Facebook is able to trace that you have visited this web page and how you have used it. This applies also to all other Facebook web pages. Facebook can use Facebook buttons embedded into websites to record that you have visited these websites and attribute this to your Facebook profile. Based on this data, you may receive contents or advertising tailored to you.
If you would like to prevent this from happening, log out of Facebook or de-activate the ‘Stay Logged In’ function, delete the cookies present on your device, close your browser, and re-start it. In this way, Facebook information that could be used to identify you directly is deleted. You can thus use our Facebook page without your Facebook ID becoming disclosed. If you access interactive functions on the page (Like, Comment, Share, Messages etc.), a Facebook log-in pop-up window appears. Once you log in, Facebook can recognise you again as a specific user.
For information on how you can manage or delete information held about you, visit the following Facebook Support pages.