We develop tools, publishing formats, and support processes to make contextual knowledge visible and tangible. So that knowledge becomes productive.
Made with love in Munich.
It is very important to us to deal fairly and collectively with everyone on an equal footing – with all helpers, readers, users, journalists, freelancers and permanent staff, interview partners, supporters, content partners, bloggers, forumists, Facebookers, Twitter people, and so on. The principle: “Live well and let live well, help where you can”. is our guiding principle in questions of togetherness. We are convinced that with this attitude we can make a small contribution to a better togetherness.
It goes without saying: except for law enforcement purposes, we never pass on data of any kind to third parties. Full stop. On the one hand, because we ourselves do not want our data to be played with, and on the other hand, because we consider it a matter of decency and respect. We are aware that others see it differently, but it is our firm conviction. We do our utmost to protect all data as best we can with our resources.
Anyone who wants to contact us in encrypted form is welcome to do so –
we then send information on our PGP key and the fingerprint.
The contents of the websites of Kontextlab GmbH (in particular
www.derkontext.com /.de /.net /.ch /.eu; www.kontextlab.com / .de /.net /.ch /.eu; www.kontextmaps.dom /.de /.net /.ch /.eu) are compiled and created with the greatest possible care by the editorial staff of Kontextlab GmbH. No liability is assumed for the correctness, completeness and up-to-dateness of the contents. Any use of the content on Kontextlab GmbH websites is at the user’s own risk. Contributions identified by name reflect exclusively the opinion of the respective author.
On the websites of Kontextlab GmbH (in particular www.derkontext.com /.de /.net /.ch /.eu; www.kontextlab.com / .de /.net /.ch /.eu; www.kontextmaps.com /.de /.net /.ch /.eu) links to external offers of third parties are accessible. These offers are subject to the liability of the respective operators and are beyond the control of Kontextlab GmbH. The Kontextlab GmbH does not make the contents or opinions provided behind the respective links its own, even if the links are set. Without concrete indications of possible violations of the law, we cannot provide constant monitoring. As soon as it becomes known that external links violate the law, Kontextlab GmbH will delete them immediately.
All published content and the websites of Kontextlab GmbH
are subject to copyright and ancillary copyright. Any use that
that is not permitted by German copyright and ancillary copyright law, requires the prior written consent of Kontextlab GmbH. This explicitly applies to the editing, storage, translation, processing and reproduction of content in databases or other electronic media and systems.
The publication of the pages of Kontextlab GmbH on websites of other providers must be coordinated with managing representatives of Kontextlab GmbH and, in particular, any publication requires the consent of managing representatives of Kontextlab GmbH.