Does Jimdo save log files or an activity log for my website?
Legally, Jimdo is under no obligation to maintain a detailed activity log of Jimdo Site users. Therefore, we do not track when and where changes have been made to a Jimdo page. For example, when and where on the website content was created, modified or deleted.
What about my Jimdo shop and shop orders?
The Jimdo Shop Solution does not meet the requirements of the Principles for Duly Maintaining, Keeping and Storing Books, Records and Documents in Electronic Form and for Data Access (GOBD). In other words the Jimdo user, as detailed in the Jimdo terms of service, is responsible for the storage of data in accordance with the applicable legal requirements, in particular those pertaining to commercial and taxation law as well as to accountancy and bookkeeping.
What data does Jimdo save from comments in the guestbook or blog?
As described in the Jimdo privacy statement at “Log Information”, when visiting a made-with- Jimdo website , the Jimdo server automatically saves the information that the browser sends when the site is visited. This information includes the IP address, browser type and language, and the date and time of your request. However, Jimdo does not record the ip addresses associated with entries in your guestbook or comments on your Jimdo blog. Also, the IP addresses of messages sent to you via your contact form are also not recorded.
Is the data transmitted via the Jimdo contact form encrypted?
All Jimdo pages are encrypted. For the http encryption(TLS) of Jimdo sites we use the free service “Let’s Encrypt”. This of course includes the contact form. The sending of messages in the contact form is encrypted via "Opportunistic TLS". Complete end-to-end encryption is currently not possible.