European City Network Cities for Children
City Hall of Stuttgart, Germany
Policy Office of the Mayor
Rathaus, Marktplatz 1
Office of the Commissioner for Children’s Affairs
Telephone: +49 711/ 216 - 72 91
Fax: +49 711/ 216 - 61 05
Head of the Policy Office of the Mayor: Dr. Reinhard Schlossnikel
Commissioner for Children's Affairs of the City of Stuttgart: Roswitha Wenzl
This website was prepared with the greatest possible care. However, the City of Stuttgart cannot guarantee the accuracy of and the absence of error in the information it contains. Therefore it make this information available without assurance and with the exclusion of liability or guarantee.
The information offered by the City of Stuttgart contains links to external Internet pages and provides access to the use of foreign content (§9 Teledienstgesetz) via link. This content via link does not initiate the transmission of information, select the addressees of transmitted information, or select and alter transmitted information. The City of Stuttgart is not responsible and is not liable for this foreign content.
When you visit the website www.citiesforchildren.eu, the City of Stuttgart collects, processes and uses data in line with the legal regulations (Telemedia Act, German Broadcasting Convention and Data Protection Act of the State of Baden-Württemberg). Below we provide information about the nature, scope and purpose of the collection, processing and use of data in the context of a visit to the www.citiesforchildren.eu website.
Each time a page of www.citiesforchildren.eu is accessed and each time a file is retrieved, general data concerning this event automatically is saved in a log file. This way we process solely anonymous data which does not permit identifying the user. The storage of this data serves exclusively system-related and statistical purposes in anonymized form. Transmission of this data to third parties or any other form of evaluation do not take place unless required by law.
Specifically, for every file retrieval a data record as follows is saved:
- Name of retrieved file
- Date and time of retrieval
- Transmitted data volume
- Feedback whether retrieval was successful
- Description of type of web browser used
- Operating system used
- Search terms with date and time
- IP address of user (anonymized)
These data records are deleted after a month.
For the web statistics, anonymized session ID's also are recorded. They are saved, but permit no conclusions as to the IP address of the user.
Personal data solely is processed (collected, used or saved) if this is necessary for the use of the services offered on the website, in particular services requiring the filling of forms, and you declare your consent to this.
Users may obtain information at any time about the stored personal data in question or may review this data, within the scope of the provisions of the law. In such cases the official data protection officer of the City of Stuttgart will be glad to help you. If data is incorrect, persons concerned may demand its correction in appropriate form. Furthermore, the affected users are legally entitled to have the data deleted or to block its use.
Stuttgart.de shall have the right to amend this Privacy Statement at any time observing the applicable provisions of data protection laws.
The official data protection officer of the City of Stuttgart (www.stuttgart.de/datenschutz) can provide further information on the topic of data privacy protection.
As of 29th April 2009