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Ich bin dann mal weg: Meine Reise auf dem Jakobsweg by Hape Kerkeling

All verses on old German steins cannot be expected to have correct grammar and the same verse might even vary from stein to stein. We will attempt to make each German verse grammatically correct in Hoch Deutsch High German and the reader can see the differences from what's on the actual stein.

We will leave dialect usually Bavarian as it is. All nouns and sentence beginnings in German are capitalized and this will be the main correction. If you have trouble with reading the German letters, see the article "Steinologists' guide to old German print and script". We hope that readers will submit good photos of steins with verses that have not been included.

In Germany, it passes via Karlsruhe

Also, corrections or improvements to a translation are welcome. The contract categorization can be difficult, especially when companies offer broadly differentiated services and their terms of use simply refer to all of them [6]. Whether the platform suggests a future employer or a close political organization, it offers highly individualized content to the user rendering their contractual relationship highly personal.

Under German inheritance law, even documents of high personal value can be inherited pursuant to Section 2 of BGB.

The question of inheritance — as any assignment of claims — is rather contingent on whether the content of the obligation is altered upon transfer to a person other than the original creditor pursuant to Section of BGB. It would be reasonable to argue that the obligation to provide personalized content cannot be met with another person other than the deceased.


The BGH decided otherwise. A comparison was drawn between a P. In effect, digital assets shall be dogmatically treated as the analogue ones under inheritance law. Pursuant to consumer protection regulations, terms of service must inter alia abide with central principles of the German legal system. The principle of universal succession is one of them.

Facebook raised privacy concerns of the users involved in the communications with the deceased. The BGH raised some eyebrows when responded that there is no legitimate expectation of confidentiality even during lifetime as abuses cannot be excluded with certainty when users grant access to third parties.

It is questionable whether this factual analysis corresponds with the legal one. Even if they can, it does not mean that they are allowed to. This contradicts the reasoning of the Court of Appeals that the communications confidentiality as protected by Art. The endeavor to compare digital communications with analog ones even aches the dogmatically well-trained muscles of the German law. In a society where the data flow is immense and awareness thereof has grown, it is only reasonable that the protection afforded to communications is not chained in the notion that digital services are to be treated as diaries.

Are social media accounts “highly personally tailored” to the users?

The GDPR — although attributed god-like powers in data protection and revered by any social media company which cares for its profits — ends there where life does. Pursuant to Recital 27 and Art. Indeed, the life expectancy of your data may depend on whether you live in Bulgaria, Cyprus or Estonia.

Accordingly, the European Court of Human Rights refused to grant the deceased a right to privacy, unless their privacy is connected to the privacy of living individuals [8].