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Imprint:
 
"BERLINER TAGEBLATT"
published by "GSmedia"
a Media Division of:
GSB Gold Standard Corporation AG
Unter den Linden 21
D-10117 Berlin (Germany)
Phone: +49 30 2092 40 45
Fax: +49 30 2092 42 00
Commercial Register Duesseldorf,
(Federal Republic of Germany) HRB 94738
Sales Tax ID: DE 275405062
Mail: [email protected]

 
If required, please send an Mail exclusively to: [email protected] - Your Mail to us will be forwarded to our data centre at IronMountain https://www.ironmountain.com/data-centers to the responsible department and answered by us according to subject area.
 
- Responsible for the content in the sense of § 5 TMG in conjunction with § 55 para. 2 of the Interstate Broadcasting Treaty, or §10 para. 3 of the Media Service Treaty (MDStV) is as Editor in Chief - Steven Snyder, (V.i.S.d.P). GSmedia - a Media Division of GSB Gold Standard Corporate AG ", as the publisher, is also responsible as a service provider in accordance with § 7 para. 1 TMG (Telemedia Act) for content made available for use on its website in accordance with the general regulations.
 
According to §§ 8 to 10 TMG, however, we are not obliged as a service provider to monitor transmitted or stored third-party information or to investigate circumstances that indicate illegal activity. Obligations to remove or block the use of information in accordance with general laws remain unaffected by this. However, liability in this respect is only possible from the point in time at which a concrete infringement of the law becomes known. If we become aware of any such infringements, we will remove the relevant content immediately. The place of jurisdiction in the event of a dispute is Berlin (DE).
  
"BERLINER TAGEBLATT", (also referred to as "BTB" in the sequence as an abbreviation), or the "GSmedia" a media division of: GSB Gold Standard Corporation AG GSB Gold Standard Corporate AG" as publisher has concluded a legally binding ADV contract (order processing contract) with the provider of the pages of "BERLINER TAGEBLATT", this in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation of the Federal Republic of Germany and European Union (EU-DSGVO / GDPR) of 20 May 2018, legally regulated in § 11 BDSG, § 3 IV 3 BDSG (German Federal Data Protection Act), Article 17 of the EU Data Protection Directive as well as in Article 28 DSGVO.
 
"BERLINER TAGEBLATT" also complies with the provisions of the Act to Improve Law Enforcement in Social Networks (Network Enforcement Act - NetzDG), the provisions of which you can read HERE if you are interested.
 
"BERLINER TAGEBLATT" refers in its work to applicable press laws, including the Berlin Press Act, dated 15 June 1965, where § 1 Freedom of the Press states:
(1) The press is free. It serves the free democratic basic order. In Germany, freedom of the press is guaranteed by Article 5 (1) sentence 2 of the Basic Law (GG).
(2) The freedom of the press shall be subject only to the restrictions directly authorised by the Basic Law and, within this framework, by the laws in force.
(3) Special measures of any kind which interfere with the freedom of the press shall be prohibited.
(4) Professional organisations of the press with compulsory membership and a professional jurisdiction of the press endowed with sovereign power are inadmissible - as well as in § 3

Public task of the press:
(1) The press shall fulfil a public task.
(2) The press shall check all news for content, truth and origin with the due diligence required by the circumstances before disseminating them.
(3) The press shall safeguard legitimate interests within the meaning of section 193 of the Penal Code (StGB) if it procures and disseminates news in matters of public interest, takes a stand, criticises or otherwise participates in the formation of opinion. The regulations of the Berlin Press Law are valid in all 16 (sixteen) federal states of the Federal Republic of Germany.

References to further legal regulations:
In criminal proceedings, journalists are generally entitled to a special right to refuse to testify (section 53, paragraph 1, no. 5 of the Code of Criminal Procedure - StPO). In addition, there is also a prohibition of seizure (section 97, paragraph 5 of the Code of Criminal Procedure) for material researched by journalists themselves. This includes documents, data carriers and other materials in the custody of editorial offices, publishing houses or a printing house. The ban on seizure can also be restricted, but the restriction must be explicitly weighed against press freedom and ordered by a judge.
 
"BERLINER TAGEBLATT" articles are based on current German press laws, which almost unanimously state: "The press fulfils a public task in particular by procuring and disseminating news, commenting, criticising or otherwise contributing to the free formation of individual and public opinion. In this respect, it fundamentally protects legitimate interests within the meaning of section 193 of the Criminal Code. "Against this background, reporting can be critical, but without any vituperative criticism; any kind of incitement of the people, or insult, according to paragraphs 130 and 185 StGB, is in no way intended by "BERLINER TAGEBLATT" and does not take place on the pages of "BERLINER TAGEBLATT"! "BERLINER TAGEBLATT" is committed to the free democratic basic order of the Federal Republic of Germany, and it is in no way intended to discredit minorities, which also applies to any exaggerated caricatures. Opinions of the people - are duly marked by "BERLINER TAGEBLATT".
 
"BERLINER TAGEBLATT" supports the work of the Commission for the Determination of Concentration in the Media (KEK), which was established in 1997 on the basis of the provisions of the 3rd Interstate Broadcasting Treaty (Interstate Treaty on Broadcasting Amendment) and, against this background, publishes in its imprint, its news information video and picture services.
 
Legal preface:
The operators of "BERLINER TAGEBLATT" will demand injunctive relief and financial compensation according to §§ 823 para. 1 BGB (German Civil Code), 1004 BGB (German Civil Code) from any person who commits violations of personal rights (including defamatory criticism) against editors of "BERLINER TAGEBLATT".
 
News, information, video and picture services:
"BERLINER TAGEBLATT" is partner of the news services: AFP (Agence France Press), APA (Austria Presse Agentur), REUTERS (Thomson Reuters Corp.), EuroNews, ANSA (Agenzia Nazionale Stampa Associata) Adnkronos, SID, Xinhua, AP (Associated Press), NOTIFIED, Polska Agencja Prasowa, Yonhap News Agency.

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Through our exclusive partners, "BERLINER TAGEBLATT" (BTB), supplies international stock exchanges with corporate news, such as the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (stock exchange symbol XFRA, Wertpapierbörse (FWB) electronic stock exchange trading platform Xetra (Federal Republic of Germany), the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE, United States of America), Tokyo Stock Exchange (Kabushiki kaisha Tōkyō Shōken Torihikijo / Tokyo Stock Exchange, Incorporated, Japan), London Stock Exchange (LSE, FTSE 100 Index, United Kingdom), SIX Swiss Exchange (Swiss Market Index - SMI, Switzerland), Vienna Stock Exchange, ATX - Austrian Traded Index, Republic of Austria), (Shanghai Stock Exchange, SSE Shanghai Composite Index, China Securities Index Company, Hong Kong).

Server security:
Our server banks in Boston (USA) and Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) are secured by our hoster ASPECTRA, in Switzerland by means of AES encryption (key length of 4096 bits), in CBC mode according to RFC-4880/RFC-3156 - SHA/SHA-1, data is also secured at Iron Mountain Incorporated. All data from BTZ-Domains are mirrored and backed up simultaneously in order to be fully available again at short notice, if necessary after an attack on the domains.
 
Editorial Code:
- "BERLINER TAGEBLATT" reports in an economically and politically independent manner on all relevant topics and events from politics, business, science, sport, culture, tabloid, media, internet and entertainment. Editorial reports are also sourced through press agencies, among others. "BERLINER TAGEBLATT" is also guided in its reporting by the established practice of the German Press Council, as well as the European Union, and is committed to the highest degree of objectivity, truthfulness and quality journalism! "BERLINER TAGEBLATT" accepts no liability for unsolicited submissions of any kind! Moreover, the contributions take into account the state of affairs of the current publication and may in part deviate from the topicality of the hour in type and form.
 
About us:
- "BERLINER TAGEBLATT" (BTB) is a liberal conservative daily newspaper. The line of the newspaper is not determined by an editor-in-chief, but by the editors and the owner, as is usual with newspapers and publications. "BERLINER TAGEBLATT" reports on topics from politics, economy, science, sports, culture, media, internet and entertainment. "BERLINER TAGEBLATT" is published daily online.

"BERLINER TAGEBLATT" exclusively employs freelance editors outside the European Union, who provide contributions for the areas of politics, miscellaneous, economy, sports, entertainment, culture, travel, media, technology video news, automobiles, science and internet. Thus, since December 2004, the "BERLINER TAGEBLATT" editorial teams have been supplying news content from companies in the fields of politics, sport, business and the media. "BERLINER TAGEBLATT" also finds it necessary to target projects against anti-Semitism.
 
- "BERLINER TAGEBLATT" reports economically and politically independently on all relevant topics and events from politics, business, science, sports, culture, tabloid, media, internet and entertainment. Editorial reports are also sourced through press agencies, among others. Global contexts that have a direct or indirect impact on Germany are highlighted. European issues and questions of civil rights, civic participation and democracy are part of the analyses, interviews, exclusive reports and current news.
 
- "BERLINER TAGEBLATT" is also guided in its reporting by the established practice of the German Press Council, as well as the European Union, and is highly committed to objectivity, truthfulness and quality journalism. We would like to point out that complaints can be submitted to the German Press Council HERE and, if submitted, will be examined exclusively by the company representing the "BERLINER TAGEBLATT", "GSmedia", a Media Division of GSB Gold Standard Corporate AG. "BERLINER TAGEBLATT" accepts no liability whatsoever for unsolicited submissions of any kind! Moreover, the contributions take into account the state of affairs of the current publication and may in part deviate from the topicality of the hour in type and form.
 
On all websites of "BERLINER TAGEBLATT", the new General Data Protection Regulation (EU-DSGVO) of the European Union (http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_IP-18-386_de.htm), which standardises the rules for the processing of personal data by private companies and public bodies throughout the EU, has already applied since 25 May 2018. The General Data Protection Regulation is part of the EU data protection reform, which the European Commission presented on 25 January 2012. Information on the GDPR can be viewed by any reader here = https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/DE/TXT/?uri=celex%3A32016R0679
 
Note on copyright protection:
The content and structure of the "BERLINER TAGEBLATT" website are protected by copyright! Any reproduction of information or data, in particular the reprinting, inclusion in online services, Internet, reproduction on data carriers such as CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, the use of texts, parts of texts or image material of any kind whatsoever, requires the express written consent of "BERLINER TAGEBLATT" or its authorised legal representatives. Individual text passages may be used in extracts within the framework of the right of quotation - in accordance with § 51 UrhG (Copyright Act) - if a reference is made to the source in the form of a link to the original article.
 
Note on accuracy and completeness:
No liability is assumed for the accuracy and completeness of the contents of this page. The information on this page is of a general and informative nature and does not constitute advice. "BERLINER TAGEBLATT", is only liable for its own content in accordance with general laws. Furthermore, "BERLINER TAGEBLATT" accepts no responsibility for the topicality, correctness, completeness or quality of the data and information provided. All editorial contributions reflect the state of affairs on the day published. Newer developments can therefore not be taken into account in current contributions, unless the respective editors are aware/aware of them. The use of the service is at the reader's own risk, including any consequential damages that may arise from the use of the service or its unavailability.
 
Reproduction, publication or storage in databases as well as any form of commercial use or disclosure to third parties is not permitted. "BERLINER TAGEBLATT" expressly reserves the right to change, supplement or delete parts of the pages or the entire offer - without separate announcement - or to cease publication temporarily or permanently. In its ruling of 30 March 2006, the German Federal Supreme Court (BGH), AZ: I ZR 24/03, ruled that disclaimers/notices on websites must be observed as a matter of principle, as long as they are seriously meant and clearly visible to the user. As a service provider, we are responsible for our own content on these pages in accordance with general legislation pursuant to Section 7 (1) of the German Telemedia Act (TMG).
 
According to §§ 8 to 10 TMG, "BERLINER TAGEBLATT" or GSmedia - a Media Division of GSB Gold Standard Corporate AG as a service provider is not obliged to monitor transmitted or stored third-party information or to investigate circumstances that indicate illegal activity. Liability in this regard is only possible from the time of knowledge of a concrete infringement. If we become aware of any such infringements, we will remove the relevant content immediately. Translations as well as you are offered by us by means of a web link, according to the technical standard, a guarantee for the correctness of the respective translation is not taken over by us.
 
With regard to video streaming, the pages of "BERLINER TAGEBLATT" operate according to the principle of Directive 2001/29/EC Art. 3 Para. 1 and the currently valid legal decision of the European Court of Justice (ECJ), here with reference to the decision of 21.10.2014 - C-348/13. http://curia.europa.eu/juris/document/document.jsf?text=&docid=159023&pageIndex=0&doclang=DE&mode=req&dir=&occ=first&part=1
 
Trade mark information and publishing:
The Trademark "BERLINER TAGEBLATT" have been given by the owner of the trademarks to GSmedia - a Media Division of GSB Gold Standard Corporate AG - for media exploitation (publishing) by contract and for a limited period of time (01.01.2023-30.12.2023). This arrangement can be changed at any time by the trademark owner, without giving reasons.
 
Technology Used:
Technical Contact: United Web at IrionMountain-DtatCenter - Information HERE System z9 type 2094-S54 server banks - Firewalls: Citrix Firewalls - Technology: Silicon Graphics - IBM server security - Operating Systems: Solaris 10,64-Bit (Sun Java Enterprise Solaris10), secured by "Common Criteria" of the level EAL5 (Evaluation Assurance Level 5) - BGP4-Routing and connection to 12,5 GBit data center with location in Boston (United States of America, in the Iron Mountain), in addition with (different Internet Backbone Provider (Carrier) - secured by Common Criteria of the level EAL5 (Evaluation Assurance Level 5) - protocol security in case of "hack value" and "playful cleverness" - so called "Black-Hats / Skiptkats". black hats / script kiddies. 

Our service for parents to protect their children: Protect your children too and decide for yourself what your children are allowed to see on the Internet. With the filter system of the worldwide recognized Internet Content Rating Association (ICRA) you define which contents are accessible and which are not. "BERLINER TAGEBLATT" (BTB) has also classified its own Internet pages according to the ICRA guidelines! You can download the ICRA filter for your safety HERE. You can see information about the protection of minors on the Internet HERE, alternatively you can activate and set up the parental control under Windows HERE, or the parental control under Mac OSX - activate and set up HERE
 
1) Content of the online offer
"BERLINER TAGEBLATT" (BTB) or its legal representative and its authors do not assume any liability for the topicality, correctness, completeness or quality of the information provided. Liability claims against the author relating to material or non-material damage caused by the use or non-use of the information provided or by the use of incorrect or incomplete information are excluded as a matter of principle, unless the author can be proven to have acted with intent or gross negligence. All offers are subject to change and non-binding. The author expressly reserves the right to change, supplement or delete parts of the pages or the entire offer without prior notice or to discontinue publication temporarily or permanently.
 
2.) Index overview "BERLINER TAGEBLATT" (BTB)
58% are men (structural index 121)
42% are women (structural index 122)
78% are aged 14-49 (143)
49% have a high level of education* (240)
44% work in skilled and managerial occupations** (197)
35% have a personal net income of 2,000 € and more (183)
*at least A-levels, specialised A-levels / **self-employed, freelancers, middle and executive employees, senior and higher civil servants
Evaluation date: 01. January 2024
 
Legal validity of this disclaimer
This disclaimer is to be regarded as part of the internet publication which you were referred from. If sections or individual terms of this statement are not legal or correct, the content or validity of the other parts remain uninfluenced by this fact.
 
Your email enquiries
In case of queries, requests or suggestions, you can reach our medium, or the editors working worldwide, by electronic mail. For this purpose you can send us an email to: [email protected] - Thank you.
 
Note on external links:
According to § 5 para. 1 TDG "BERLINER TAGEBLATT" is only responsible for its own content. According to § 5 para. 2 TDG, "BERLINER TAGEBLATT" is only responsible for links to third-party content if "BERLINER TAGEBLATT" has positive knowledge of illegal or criminal content and it is technically possible and reasonable to prevent its use. "BERLINER TAGEBLATT" is also not obliged to periodically check the content of third-party offers for their illegality or criminal liability. As soon as we learn of any illegal content on the websites of third parties, the corresponding link/contribution will be removed from our site.

Furthermore, we would like to expressly emphasise at this point that we have no influence whatsoever on the design and content of the linked pages. - In its judgement of 12 May 1998 - 312 O 85/98 - "Liability for Links", the Regional Court (LG) of Hamburg ruled that the inclusion of links also leads to co-responsibility of the material offered via these links. This can be prevented - according to the Regional Court of Hamburg - by expressly distancing oneself from these contents. The same is hereby declared.
 
Forum liability:
In 2005, the so-called Heise forum judgement (Case No. 324 O 721/05) attracted a great deal of attention. In the publisher's internet forum, there had been a call to paralyse another internet site by means of a DoS attack. The publisher deleted this call immediately after becoming aware of it, but refused to issue a cease-and-desist declaration. Both the Regional Court of Hamburg and the Higher Regional Court of Hamburg affirmed this injunctive relief. The legal opinion of the Hamburg Higher Regional Court is considered outdated by the decision of the Federal Court of Justice (BGH) of March 2007 - https://dejure.org/dienste/vernetzung/rechtsprechung?Gericht=BGH&Datum=27.03.2007&Aktenzeichen=VI%20ZR%20101/06.
 
However, since the case in question was an injunction proceeding, the legal process ended with the instance of the Higher Regional Court, and the judgement of the Hamburg Higher Regional Court is still legally binding. Heise-Verlag did not seek a main action in this case. This means that the forum operator is fully liable! Verdict: http://hudoc.echr.coe.int/webservices/content/pdf/003-5110487-6300958
 
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Status: 01. January 2024