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Please make sure that any mentions and comments you may make remain fair and factual and relate to the topic of our tweets and posts.
Please do not comment on our posts with insulting comments, slander, rumours (fake news) or defamation.
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The WR has no influence over the social media providers’ compliance with data protection regulations.
The WR also has no influence on the collection of data and its further utilisation by the social media providers. Therefore, we have no knowledge about the extent to which, where and for how long the data is stored, to what extent the networks comply with existing deletion obligations, what analyses and data linkages are made with the data and to whom the data is passed on.