Data Protection Declaration


This Data Protection Declaration serves to inform users about the scope and use of the collection and use of personal data on this website by the administrator responsible, the Martin Heidegger Society, Am Feldweg 26, D-88605 Meßkirch, Tel.: +49 (0)7575 / 92490, email:
The legal guidelines and requirements for this declaration can be found in the in the German Federal Data Protection Act (Bundesdatenschutzgesetz BDSG) and the German Teleservices Act (Telemediengesetz TMG).

Access Data/ Server-Logfiles

The provider (respectively the webspace-provider) collects data on every access of the website (so-called server log-files). Access data include:
Name of the accessed website, file, date and time of access, volume of data transmitted, report of successful access, the type and version of browser used, operating software of user, referrer URL (the site the user visited before), IP address and access provider.
The provider uses log data only for statistical evaluation in order to optimise the administration, safety, and optimisation of the website. The provider reserves the right to screen log data later, in case there are reasonable grounds, based on factual indications, to suspect illegal use.


If you contact the administrator of this website (for example, via the contact form or via email) your user data are stored for an optimal processing of your request and in case there are follow-up questions.

Third-Party Integration

It may be the case that this website uses third-party contents like YouTube Videos, Google Maps, RSS-Feeds or graphs from other websites. This means that those third-party providers will also track the IP address of the user of this website. This is necessary because without an IP address those contents could not be shown on the user’s browser. The IP address is a necessary requirement for displaying some of the contents of this website. We make an effort to use only contents by third parties which exclusively use IP addresses for the delivery of their contents. However, we cannot influence how third parties use IP addresses, as they may, for example, save IP addresses for statistical measures. Where this is known to us, we will notify our users.


Cookies are small text files, stored by your browser on your computer. They are widely used in order to make websites work more efficiently, more user-friendly and more secure. Users can influence how cookies process their data. Most browsers allow users to limit or completely ban the use of cookies. However, we would kindly like to notify you that using our website might be less convenient when you limit cookies.

Please see or for more information on how to deal with cookies.

Repeal, Changes, Amendments and Updates

Users have the right to find out what personal data has been stored and may ask to receive this information free of charge. Users also have a right to amend inaccurate personal data, to block use of or have personal data deleted; subject to statutory provisions (e.g., obligation to preserve records).

Erstellt mit von RA Dr. Thomas Schwenke (deutsche Version)


On our website we offer payment via PayPal. Provider of this payment service is PayPal (Europe) S.à.r.l. et Cie, S.C.A., 22-24 Boulevard Royal, L-2449 Luxembourg (hereinafter “PayPal”).

If you choose to pay via PayPal, the payment details you enter will be sent to PayPal.

The transmission of your data to PayPal is based on Art. 6 para. 1 lit. a GDPR (consent) and Art. 6 para. 1 lit. b GDPR (processing to fulfill a contract). You have the opportunity to revoke your consent to data processing at any time. A revocation does not affect the effectiveness of historical data processing operations.