Privacy Policy

How your personal data will be used

Dear User, statistics (see below) regarding the usage of Moodle as part of the G20 Finance Track will be automatically collected and stored . These statistics can only be accessed by the administrators and managers of the learning platform as well as the respective teachers. By registering with Moodle, you agree to the collection and analysis of this data. Before you agree, please also read the following details on automatic data collection.

Using the learning platform is an integral part of the lessons.

For personal access to the Moodle blended learning platform, it is necessary to provide the following personal data electronically:
* Surname and first name
* User name
* E-mail address
* Place of residence
* Country.

Every user can add additional personal data to their profile on a voluntary basis.
Furthermore, from the moment of registration as a user, the learning platform will process data you enter or data that is automatically generated when using the platform. To the extent that these refer to your person and not only to a fictitious identity, they are considered personal data. All relevant privacy regulations also apply to the learning platform, which, above all, require that detailed information be given on the kind and scope of personal data that will be collected and on how it will be processed.
All personal data collected and stored is deleted automatically after 180 days.

Data communication

In order to access the Moodle learning platform, cookies must be enabled. An authenticated connection is used for communication with the Moodle learning platform. In the default selections, virtual classrooms are protected against indexing by search engines. If teachers want guests to be able to access the virtual classroom, a search machine can be enabled to index it. The internal communication system of the Moodle learning platform may not be used for advertisements.

Use of teaching/study materials

All teaching/study materials available on the Moodle learning platform are intended exclusively for account holders and may not be given to third parties. It is not permitted to make materials available via the Moodle learning platform for another purpose. LIFE e.V. as the operator is not liable for the published contents.


Texts, images and software are generally protected by copyright. By placing information and materials on the Moodle learning platform, users guarantee that they are in possession of the required user rights.
When using information and materials provided by the Moodle learning platform, copyright and other use restrictions must be observed, in particular, the usage and distribution rights (§ 15 and following of the copyright laws) of the holders of these rights.
Violating copyright may result in the initiation of civil and criminal proceedings. It is the user's obligation to determine and satisfy copyright restrictions. LIFE e.V. as the operator disclaims any liability arising from third party claims resulting from the violation of copyright.


Moodle protocols For every action on the Moodle platform, the following data is recorded for troubleshooting and statistical purposes:
* Time of the action
* IP address of the calling computer
* Complete user name
* Action and relevant course

Only Moodle administrators have access to this data. Teachers have access to Moodle reports on actions by students in a course. All school courses and student accounts are deleted at the end of the project. Logfiles older than 3 months are deleted automatically.

Webserver protocols Each time the Moodle learning platform is accessed and each time a file is retrieved, the following data is recorded and evaluated for the purpose of troubleshooting:
* Time of retrieval
* IP address of the calling computer
* Address or file accessed
* HTTP status code
* Size of the data transferred (in bytes)
* Referrer address, if available
* Type of browser, if available
Only the LIFE e.V. systems administrators and web provider administrators have access to this data.

For the english version there is no responsibility for the legal checking and accuracy of the terms and their translations.

Data protection policy regarding the use of Piwik

This website uses Piwik, an open-source web analytics platform. Piwik uses cookies. Cookies are text files that are stored on your computer and enable us to track how you use the website. The cookies collect information on how you use the website, which is then stored on our server. Before the information is stored, your IP address is anonymised. The information that cookies collect regarding website use is not forwarded to third parties. You can set your browser to block the cookies so that they will not be stored on your computer. Please remember, however, that if you block our website's cookies, you may not be able to use all the functions on this Moodle learning platform.

Information, deletion, blocking access

You always have the right to request, free of charge, information on your stored personal data, where they originated, who received them, and the purpose for processing them. You also have the right to request that your data be corrected, blocked or deleted. If you have any questions on these matters relating to personal data, please do not hesitate to contact us at the contact address given in the Legal Notice.

No advertising emails

We hereby object to any unsolicited advertising and information materials that we have not explicitly requested and that are sent to us using the contact details in our Legal Notice, which we are required by law to publish. The operators of this website explicitly reserve the right to take legal action if unsolicited advertising is submitted, e.g. in the form spam or phishing messages.


Moodle - Adaptiert von:© [18.09.2008] [Landesakademie für Fortbildung und Personalentwicklung an Schulen, Baden-Württemberg] und

Last modified: Tuesday, 28 March 2017, 9:39 AM