Social Media

BLD Bach Langheid Dallmayr Rechtsanwälte Partnerschaftsgesellschaft mbB ("BLD") is active in social media (LinkedIn, Xing). Current information on BLD as well as news regarding liability and insurance law are available there. You may find us by accessing the website of the provider. BLD does not use possible fee-based or optional additional analyses of the respective provider. 

If you wish to use the website of the respective provider, please gather information on the handling of your personal data from the respective data protection regulations of the provider. You may find information on the purpose and extent of data collection, on your corresponding rights and on possible settings to protect your sphere of privacy there. Please familiarise yourself with these regulations before accessing the websites. As the case may be, data might be transferred automatically from your computer directly to the website operators upon each access of social media. You may find the data protection regulations of the providers here:



Provider and data controller within the EU: LinkedIn Ireland Unlimited Company,
Attn: Legal Dept. (Privacy Policy and User Agreement), Wilton Plaza, Wilton Place, Dublin 2, Ireland



XING SE, Dammtorstraße 30, 20354 Hamburg, Germany



It is not fully known for any of the providers which data are collected and how these are processed in each individual case. It is very likely that at least the following data will be collected, even if you are not logged in: IP address, time of website access, location-related information (for mobile devices), device-related information (e.g. operating system used and browser information), websites visited before (for advertising purposes), data of uninvolved third-parties (e.g. e-mail-addresses in case of recommendations).

If providers do not state otherwise, it can be assumed that the following technologies are used in plugins for the purpose of data collection: Cookies (e.g. permanent storage of your login-data; possibly also by third-party providers such as advertising customers), log files (storage of cookie-data on the computer of the provider), analysis scripts (e.g. recording of click-behaviour on a site), forwarding of posted links and local data storage (e.g. permanent storage of images).

It is very likely that all providers pass on personal data, too. Recipients are contracted third-party providers that provide outsourced services (e.g. newsletters), authorities, if a legal obligation or the suspicion of a breach of law is given, or new business owners in case of acquisition or insolvency.