This page explains how and when your personal data is collected, processed and used when accessing dokuwiki.org or any of its subdomains. Basis of all processing are the terms of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
In the following text we use
- “we” for the people managing the website or in GDPR speak: the controller
- “you” for the users accessing the website or in GDPR speak: the data subject
We're not doing anything different than any other website on the planet, but it's only fair we explain it to you.
This text was written to be short and easy to understand by someone who is not a lawyer. If you feel something is not as clear as it should be, please help to improve it (it's a wiki after all).
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In general, all cookies we set are necessary to provide functionality on our sites. Details on which cookies are set by DokuWiki are available at Cookies.
The web server hosting our site will log each page access. This log will also contain some personal data:
- your IP address
- the referrer (where you came from)
- your browser identification
This information is necessary for legal reasons and to analyse and prevent abuse. This allows us to keep users away who try to crash our server or to have necessary evidence in case of illegal or criminal activity.
Our server logs are automatically deleted after 7 days. We will only keep log files longer when they are needed as evidence during an investigation.
When you edit a page in the wiki, we log the following personal data
- IP address
This allows us to easily block users who vandalize the wiki.
The GDPR guarantees your right to information about your personal data, as well as your rights to rectification, erasure, and portability (e.g. for transferring data). Furthermore, you have a right to restriction and objection of processing your data.
Feel free to write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, so that we can work out how we can help you.
Of course, you also have a right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory data protection authority.