§5 Telemedia Act
This is a private, non-commercial information site about the Clan MacKinnon and his history. It is therefore not subject to the imprint obligation according to §5 TMG!
Privacy and Copyright
Please note that data transmission over the Internet (for example, when communicating via e-mail) may have security vulnerabilities. A complete protection of the data from access by third parties is not possible. According to the new DSGVO of May 25, 2018, the making and publishing, as well as the storage with modern cameras and smartphones of photographs are considered as data collection and is therefore subject to the prior, demonstrable consent of the photographed person (s).
According to Satement of the Federal Ministry of the Interior, §23 KuG will continue to be used, e.g. in event photography, the DSGVO Previously granted nachnachessen in a statement of the law firm WILDE BEUGER SOLMECKE.
The persons photographed on the pictures shown here are members of the Clan MacKinnon Society. Further persons photographed shall be deemed to be in accordance with §23 Abs.1 KunstUrhG are…
- Witness from the field of contemporary history,
- Persons who appear only as an accessory next to a landscape or other location,
- Participants of meetings, elevators and similar events and
- Part of the dissemination or display of a higher interest of art
Children and other persons are made unrecognizable in accordance with §22 ArtUhrG, if no consent is given-if children consent of a legal guardian. Furthermore, all provided image and / or video products are subject to German copyright law and may not be copied, marketed or distributed in any other form without the consent or link to the Clan MacKinnon Germany.
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