WEA Business Coalition e.V.
Achter de Weiden 47
Responsible for the content according to § 5 (German Telemedia Act) and § 18 paragraph 2 (MStV) is Timo Plutschinski
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In order to determine realistic download numbers, the system must be able to recognize new access to the same file from the same user. The only reliable way to achieve this is to look at the IP together with the user agent. Using an anonymized IP is not possible, as this would lead to false results. Access to the same file by the same user on different days can be considered as a separate download. That’s why it’s enough to keep IPs for up to 48 hours.
After 48 hours, „request ids“ become salted, making it impossible to recover the original IP. The browser „User Agent“ is also saved.