Author: Jonas

Privacy

Privacy Privacy and data protection clauses for Wheelmap.org Last updated on January 30, 2013 Wheelmap.org is an online application developed by SOZIALHELDEN e.V. by means of which users can mark public places on a map, showing the wheelchair accessibility of places such as train stations, restaurants, government agencies and stores. The map shows to what extent the entrances of these places are accessible for the users of wheelchairs and wheeled walkers and for parents with a baby carriage. Wheelmap.org is available on the web under http://wheelmap.org (hereinafter referred to as “website”) and as a mobile application (hereinafter referred to as “app”) for the operating systems or smart phones named on the website. When you use Wheelmap.org we collect, use and transfer personal data, in so far as you have given consent therefore, and according to the data protection clauses. Consent for the collection and use of personal data I give my consent that my OpenStreetMap ID, and if applicable, my OpenStreetMap user name, be stored within the context of my registration with Wheelmap.org., for which a user account with OpenstreetMap is required. Wheelmap.org is based on OpenStreetMap and Wheelmap.org can only be used with all of its functions through storage of this data. As a user who is registered with Wheelmap.org I give my consent to the data on my user profile being shared with nonprofit or public law contractual partners of SOZIALHELDEN e.V. (the cooperation partners). This will occur exclusively for...

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Data Protection

Data Protection Consent for the collection and use of personal data In the scope of the data protection clauses for Wheelmap.org, I give my consent that my OpenStreetMap ID, and if applicable, my OpenStreetMap user name, be stored within the context of my registration with Wheelmap.org., for which a user account with OpenstreetMap is required. Wheelmap.org is based on OpenStreetMap and Wheelmap.org can only be used with all of its functions through storage of this data. As a user who is registered with Wheelmap.org I give my consent to the data on my user profile being shared with nonprofit or public law contractual partners of SOZIALHELDEN e.V. (the cooperation partners). This will occur exclusively for the purpose of user support for Wheelmap.org. as well as for e-mail communication with you about topics that are directly related to Wheelmap.org. Particularly, our cooperation partners are not entitled to use this data for advertising their commercial products or services. I can revoke the above consent at any time with effect for the future by sending a message with my withdrawal of consent to info@wheelmap.org, stating the email address under which I am registered at...

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Terms of Use

Terms of Use for the website and mobile apps of Wheelmap.org Last update: January 31, 2013 Wheelmap.org is an online application developed by SOZIALHELDEN e.V. by means of which users can mark public places on a map, showing the wheelchair accessibility of places such as train stations, restaurants, government agencies and stores. The map shows to what extent the entrances of these places are accessible for the users of wheelchairs and wheeled walkers and for parents with a baby carriage. Wheelmap.org is available on the web under http://wheelmap.org (hereinafter referred to as “website”) and as a mobile application (hereinafter referred to as “app”) for the operating systems or smart phones named on the website. The following provisions govern your use of the website and the app, including the incorporated features such as the photo application. By visiting the website – or if you are registered as a user with Wheelmap.org, by accepting these Terms of Use during the registration process – you agree to be bound by the following Terms of Use: 1. Use of Wheelmap.org 1.1 At this time it is not necessary for users of the website to be registered in order to obtain information concerning the accessibility of places on the Wheelmap or to mark places on the Wheelmap so as to change their status, for example from red (not wheelchair accessible) to green (wheelchair accessible). 1.2...

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