LinkedIn Privacy Policy


LinkedIn Ireland Unlimited Company
Wilton Place,
Dublin 2, Ireland


Myra Security GmbH
Landsberger Str. 187
80687 Munich

Information on the LinkedIn page of: Myra Security GmbH

We use the technical platform and services of LinkedIn Ireland Unlimited Company for the information service provided here.

We would like to point out that you use this LinkedIn page and its features under your own responsibility. This applies in particular to the use of the interactive features. Alternatively, you can also access the information provided on this page on our website at abrufen.

When you visit our LinkedIn page, LinkedIn collects, among other things, your IP address and other information that is present on your computer in the form of cookies. This information is used to provide us, as the operator of the LinkedIn pages, with statistical information about the use of the LinkedIn page.

The data collected about you in this context is processed by LinkedIn and may be transmitted to countries outside the European Union. What information LinkedIn receives and how it is used is described in general terms by LinkedIn in its Privacy Policy. You will also find information there on how to contact LinkedIn and on the settings options for advertisements.

The Privacy Policy is available at the following link:

How LinkedIn uses the data from visits to LinkedIn pages for its own purposes, to what extent activities on the LinkedIn page are associated with individual users, how long LinkedIn stores this data, and whether data from a visit to the LinkedIn page is shared with third parties, is not conclusively and clearly stated by LinkedIn and is not known to us.

When you access a LinkedIn page, the IP address assigned to your device is transmitted to LinkedIn. According to LinkedIn, this IP address is anonymized (for “German” IP addresses). LinkedIn also stores information about its users’ devices (e.g., as part of the “login notification” function); therefore, LinkedIn may be able to associate IP addresses with individual users.
If you are currently signed in to LinkedIn as a user, a cookie with your LinkedIn ID is placed on your device. This enables LinkedIn to track that you have visited this page and how you have used it. This also applies to all other LinkedIn pages. LinkedIn buttons embedded in websites enable LinkedIn to record your visits to these website pages and assign them to your LinkedIn profile. Based on this data, content and advertising tailored specifically to you can be provided.

If you want to avoid this, you should sign out of LinkedIn or disable the “stay signed in” feature, delete the cookies on your device, and exit and restart your browser. Doing so will delete LinkedIn information that can be used to directly identify you. This allows you to use our LinkedIn page without revealing your LinkedIn ID. When you access the page’s interactive features (like, comment, share, news, etc.), a LinkedIn sign in screen will appear. Any time you sign in, you will again be identifiable to LinkedIn as a specific user.

Information on how to manage or delete information about you can be found on the following LinkedIn support pages:

As the provider of the information service, we also collect and process [the following] data from your use of our service:

  • Email address registered with LinkedIn (required for sending the requested content)

  • phone number

  • First name

  • Last name

  • Job description

  • Company (current)

You can find the current version of this Privacy Policy under “Privacy Policy” on our LinkedIn page.

If you have any questions about our information service, you can contact us at

The agreement on joint responsibility according to Article 26 GDPR (updated on 8/21/2020) with LinkedIn is available at:

Data subject rights of users

Unfortunately, I/we are unable to comply with our information obligations according to Article 13 GDPR, as only LinkedIn has full access to the user data. If you wish to exercise your rights as a data subject, please contact LinkedIn directly. These rights include the following:

Right to information:
You can request information from us as to whether and to what extent we process your data.

Right to rectification:
If we process your data that is incomplete or incorrect, you can request that we rectify or complete it at any time.

Right to erasure (“right to be forgotten”):
You can request that we erase your data if it is being processed unlawfully or if processing disproportionately interferes with your legitimate interests of protection. Please note that there may be reasons that prevent immediate erasure, e.g., in the case of legally regulated retention requirements.
Regardless of whether you exercise your right to erasure, we will immediately and completely erase your data, provided there is no legal or statutory retention requirement to the contrary.

Right to restriction of processing:
You can request that we restrict the processing of your personal data if

  • You dispute the accuracy of the data for a period of time that allows us to verify the accuracy of the data

  • The processing of the data is unlawful, but you refuse erasure and instead request the restriction of the use of the data

  • We no longer need the data for the intended purpose, but you still need this data to assert or defend legal claims

  • You have lodged an objection to the processing of the data

Right to data portability:
You can request that we provide you with the data you have provided to us in a structured, commonly used, and machine-readable format so that you can transmit this data to another controller without hindrance from us, provided that

  • we process this data on the basis of consent given by you, which may be withdrawn, or for the performance of a contract between us, and

  • this processing is carried out by automated means.

If technically feasible, you may request that we transmit your data directly to another data controller.

Right to object:

If we process your data for a legitimate interest, you may object to this data processing at any time; this would also apply to profiling based on these provisions. We will then no longer process your personal data unless we can demonstrate compelling legitimate grounds for the processing that override your interests, rights, and freedoms or the processing serves to establish, exercise, or defend legal claims. You may object to the processing of your data for the purpose of direct marketing at any time without giving reasons.

Right to lodge a complaint:

If you are of the opinion that we are violating German or European data protection law in the processing of your data, please contact us so that we can clarify any questions. Of course, you also have the right to contact the supervisory authority responsible for you, the respective State Office for Data Protection Supervision.

If you wish to assert any of the aforementioned rights against us, please contact our Data Protection Officer. If in doubt, we may request additional information to confirm your identity.

LinkedIn Ireland is solely responsible for the implementation of these rights pursuant to Articles 15-20 GDPR with regard to the data stored by LinkedIn Ireland after joint processing. You also have the right to object and to lodge a complaint with us, as described above.

If you need assistance with this or have any other questions, please feel free to contact us by email at If you no longer wish to have the data processing described here in the future, then please remove the connection of your user profile to our page by using the “Unfollow” feature.

If you have any questions about data protection, you can also contact our Data Protection Officer:
Christian Volkmer
Projekt 29 GmbH & Co. KG
Ostengasse 14
93047 Regensburg
Tel.: +49 (0)941-2986930