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<?php

return [
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    "head" => "Privacy",
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    "general.1" => "For us, privacy is one of the most important goods on the internet. It needs to be preserved and is not to be used for profit. The following is a small summary of our approach.",
    "general.3" => "Only free software with open source code is under control of any user.  In\r\nall other cases the users have to <em>believe</em> what the maintainers tell about\r\nwhat is going on inside.  If maintainers claim that they have strictly\r\nimplemented privacy and data protecion, users have to believe them.\r\nMetaGer is free software under GNU-AGPLv3 Licence. It is available to\r\nanyone at <a href=\"https://gitlab.metager3.de/open-source/MetaGer\">https://gitlab.metager3.de/open-source/MetaGer</a>.",
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    "policy.1" => "Our Approach/Policy:",
    "policy.2" => "Neither do we save your IP, nor the\r\n<a href=\"https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canvas_fingerprinting\" target=\"_blank\" rel=\"noopener\">\"fingerprint\" of your Browser</a> (For the purpose of securing our servers against Hacking- and Bot-Attacks, we need to store these information for a short period of time. It will be then automatically deleted afterwards).",
    "policy.5" => "We do not set tracking-cookies or use tracking-pixels or similar technology, to \"track\" our users (tracking = following a users digital movement on the internet).",
    "policy.6" => "Data transmission is only done encrypted via the https protocol.",
    "policy.7" => "We offer access via the anonymous TOR network, the <a href=\"http://forum.suma-ev.de/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1029&sid=eae857f3102365f76636508ca030dc56\" target=\"_blank\" rel=\"noopener\">MetaGer hidden service</a>.",
    "policy.9" => "Since access via the TOR-network seems complicated to many users and often slow, we offer a proxy server, to visit the result pages anonymously: By clicking on the link \"open anonymously\" your personal information will be protected on this click and even on all following clicks.",
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    "policy.10" => "We show as few advertisements as possible, clearly marking them, and financially rely on our users, their <a href=\"/en/spende/\">Donations</a> and membership fees for <a href=\"http://suma-ev.de/en/\" target=\"_blank\" rel=\"noopener\">SUMA-EV</a>.",
    "policy.13" => "Metager is operated and developed by the charitable german organisation <a href=\"http://suma-ev.de/en/\" target=\"_blank\" rel=\"noopener\">SUMA-EV</a> in cooperation with the <a href=\"http://www.uni-hannover.de/\" target=\"_blank\" rel=\"noopener\">Leibniz University Hanover</a>.",
    "policy.17" => "Our Servers are located exclusively in germany. Therefore they are governed by the german privacy law, which is among the strictest world wide.",
    "policy.18" => "We don't even protect data but also the environment: we only use green electricity for our servers.",
    "policy.19" => "Since the <a href=\"http://www.heise.de/newsticker/meldung/Bericht-US-Regierung-zapft-Kundendaten-von-Internet-Firmen-an-1884264.html\" target=\"_blank\" rel=\"noopener\">revealments of Edward Snowden in June 2013</a> numerous search engines claim that they protect their users' privacy, because the users' IP adresses are not saved. No matter how honorable these descriptions are - many search engines at least partially host their servers in the USA. Because these search engines are, <a href=\"http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/USA_PATRIOT_Act\" target=\"_blank\" rel=\"noopener\">as per the Patriot Act and US law</a>, unprotected against the access of local authorities. Thus they cannot provide protection of personal data (even if they really try to).",
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    "twitter" => "What others say about our privacy-concept on twitter:",
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];