The operator of this website and of the web server, as well as the data controller within the meaning of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the German Telemedia Act (TMG) is the Saxon State Parliament, Bernhard-von-Lindenau-Platz 1, 01067 Dresden.
Whenever a user accesses our web server, anonymous information about their visit is logged. Only the fact that the web server was accessed and the name of the opened document are logged. No personal reference is made to the user at any time. The collected log data is stored on the web server for a period of only 90 days.
We use etracker to statistically analyse visitor access to our website. The data collected in this way is used in anonymised form to analyse and improve the way in which the Saxon State Parliament's website is used. In order to do this, data is collected and stored for optimisation purposes using technologies developed by etracker GmbH (www.etracker.com). From this data, user profiles can be created under a pseudonym. A cookie is set for this purpose. The data collected using etracker technologies is not used to personally identify visitors to this website without their explicit consent, and are not combined with personal information about the bearer of the pseudonym. An objection to data collection and storage can be declared at any time with effect for the future. The Saxon State Parliament carries out web analytics on its website with the data protection option “Enhanced data protection compliance”. This means that no full IP addresses are processed. Furthermore, the IP addresses are only stored anonymously. They are anonymised by deleting the last 8 bits. To optimise the content of our website, the Web Analytics categories “visitors” (number and frequency), “use” (content, referring/exit pages, click behaviour), “origin” (country, search engines), and the “web” and “mobile” access technologies are analysed.
Link to objection (in German): Objection to analysis using etracker
When you visit this website, personal data is processed by the Saxon State Parliament depending on how you use the website. The legal bases for processing are Article 6 (1)(e) GDPR in conjunction with Article 3 SächsDSDG, the Saxon Data Protection Implementation Act, (performance of tasks in the exercise of official authority); Article 6(1)(f) GDPR (legitimate interests as part of the public relations activities of the Saxon State Parliament) and Article 6(1)(a) GDPR (consent), as well as the Data Protection Ordinance of the Saxon State Parliament. You can find more details in the subsections below.
On the Saxon State Parliament website, users can send messages to the Saxon State Parliament, parliamentary groups, Members, specific departments or employees of the administration of the Saxon State Parliament, as well as order publications. For these purposes, users are required to enter personal or commercial data. The data must be entered on the contact forms provided. Once the data has been entered, this is used to generate an email which is sent to the mail server of the Saxon State Parliament, and from there to the respective recipient at the Saxon State Parliament. The specific requirements are detailed below for the individual input options.
Use of the offered services by the user is entirely voluntary and subject to the user’s consent. By entering the data on the relevant form and submitting it, the user consents to the processing of said data for the purpose for which it is intended. Consent can be withdrawn at any time with effect for the future. The withdrawal of consent will not affect the lawfulness of processing undertaken on the basis of consent given prior to its withdrawal. The withdrawal of consent can be declared in writing to the Saxon State Parliament, Bernhard-von-Lindenau-Platz 1, 01067 Dresden, or electronically using the contact form .
The nature and scope of the data processed depend on the purpose for which the data was collected. The personal data entered (in particular, name and email address) is processed solely for the purpose of sending the requested publications or information, or for any purposes which may be explicitly stated on the individual contact form.
Messages to the Saxon State Parliament, parliamentary groups, Members, individual departments or employees of the Saxon State Parliament
When messages are sent using the contact forms on the website, we collect the following data:
Where messages are addressed to departments or employees of the Saxon State Parliament, the above details will be processed for the duration of the individual communication with them and may be forwarded to the competent internal or external authorities.
Messages addressed to Members or parliamentary groups will be sent to the email address of the respective Member or parliamentary group at the Saxon State Parliament, however they may also be sent unencrypted to an email address from a private provider; the data is not stored separately on the web server of the Saxon State Parliament.
Ordering publications and subscribing to the Landtagskurier
When you order publications, we record the shipping address, which includes the following details:
The data entered by the user is immediately sent by email to the department responsible for shipping. The data is deleted there four weeks after the order has been dispatched.
When you subscribe to the Landtagskurier, the personal data is transmitted to the company contracted to periodically dispatch the Landtagskurier (currently SDV – Die Medien AG, Tharandter Straße 23-35, 01159 Dresden) and is stored for the duration of the subscription, both there and with the Saxon State Parliament.
School diaries are sometimes dispatched directly by the contracted printing firm (currently: Druckerei Thieme Meißen GmbH, Zaschendorfer Str. 91, 01662 Meißen). For that purpose, the personal data required for dispatch is forwarded to the printing firm.
Cancellation of a subscription to the Landtagskurier
When you cancel a subscription to the Landtagskurier, we record the following details:
The recorded data is transmitted to the company contracted to dispatch the Landtagskurier for termination of the subscription. Once the subscription has ended, the data stored with both the contracted company and the Saxon State Parliament is deleted.
Social networking sites and third-party tools
Facebook and Twitter
You can share certain content from the Saxon State Parliament website on the social networking sites Facebook and Twitter and recommend it to your friends. No data is automatically transmitted to the operators of social networking sites when you visit the Saxon State Parliament website. Your browser only establishes a direct connection with the social networking site when you press the “Share” button bearing the logo of the respective social network. In doing so, irrespective of whether you are logged into the social networking site, data including your IP address and, if applicable, device ID is transmitted to the social networking site. If you then log into the social networking site, or if you are already logged in when you press the “Share” button, the social networking site will assign the page view to your profile. Otherwise we have no knowledge of what specific data is collected or the purpose for which it is processed by the social networking site. We therefore recommend that you read the privacy policies of the operators of the social networking sites. You can find these at:
The Saxon State Parliament provides previews of a range of publications using the Yumpu service operated by i-magazine AG (Gewerbestraße 3, 9444 Diepoldsau, Switzerland). No data is automatically transmitted to Yumpu when you visit the Saxon State Parliament website. Your IP address will only be transmitted to the Yumpu server when you click on the preview of the publication, allowing you to access the digital publication from there. Yumpu also sets a cookie, provided your browser allows this. We do not know what personal data is processed by Yumpu. We recommend reading the Terms of Service of i-magazine AG (https://www.yumpu.com/en/info/terms_of_service).
The Saxon State Parliament website includes a route planner that enables you to plan your journey to the Parliament. The Saxon State Parliament uses Openroute Service (HeiGIT gGmbH, Schloss-Wolfsbrunnenweg 33, 69118 Heidelberg) for this purpose, which works by accessing interactive maps from third-party providers and collecting personal data, such as IP addresses. Please refer to the privacy policies of Openroute Service at openrouteservice.org and OpenStreetMap Foundation at osmfoundation.org.
At your request, we will be happy to disclose if and to what extent personal data relating to you is processed in the context of operating this website. We advise you in particular of your rights to erasure, rectification, restriction of processing, objection and transfer of data. Should you wish to exercise these rights, please contact the Data Protection Officer.
As the Data Protection Officer of the administration of the Saxon State Parliament, Ms Stefanie Hischer is available to answer any questions you may have regarding data protection and the assertion of your right to access data and other rights of data subjects. You can contact her using this contact form.
The competent supervisory authority is the Saxon Data Protection Commissioner. According to Article 77(1) GDPR, without prejudice to any other administrative or judicial remedy, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the competent supervisory authority if you consider that the processing of personal data relating to you infringes the GDPR.
The Saxon State Parliament accepts no responsibility for the content of external websites linked from www.landtag.sachsen.de. Should you find any dubious or illegal content on the linked sites, we would be grateful if you could bring it to our attention.