Seniors@DigiWorld was a project of the Digital Opportunities Foundation in 2016 - 2018.
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The Digital Opportunities Foundation takes the protection of personal data very seriously. Here you will find a comprehensive overview of the handling of the data that reaches us through this website. In doing so, we ensure to a high degree that the statutory data protection regulations are observed by us.

Web statistics

Every access to websites of the Digital Opportunities Foundation will be protocolled. Registered will be name of the file, date and time of the retrieval, web browser, the inquiring domain and IP addresses of the retrieving device. The data collected on this occasion will be analysed only for statistical purposes and cannot be traced back to you. The IP addresses will be deleted respectively after a month.

Use of cookies

This website uses session-cookies, which will be deleted, as soon as you leave the web site or close the browser.

With every visit, the notification on cookie usage will be shown again, unless you agree to setting a cookie permanently with the only purpose to hide this notification permanently.

The cookies used on this website only support the comfortable navigation of our services. There is no analysis or tracing of the cookies, e.g. to understand user-behaviour. If you submit, as part of the notification service for blog posts, your e-mail address data to us, that information will only be used to send the notifications. If you unsubscribe, your data will be deleted completely.

References to external links

The website of Digital Opportunities Foundation contains links to services providing information on servers that are not under the control and/or the responsibility of the Opportunities Foundation. We have no influence on the data protection specifications of external operators.


You have the right to request information about your saved personal data and, if applicable, their correction. You may also object to the further storage of your data. Objections and other data protection-related inquiries can be directed to the e-mail address or via any other contact path specified in the imprint.