General Terms and Conditions of Business

Scope of application and contractual partner
digitalbetrieben GmbH (hereinafter “digitalbetrieben”) offers, which can be used free of charge. The free ads are immediately accessible after registration. In order to gain access, users must register on

Access authorisation and contents
Registration and conclusion of contract

The use of the website requires the creation of a user account. The data required for registration must be provided completely and truthfully by the user. The user shall provide his or her e-mail address when registering. The access authorisation is only valid for the user personally, it is not transferable. The user is responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of the e-mail address. digitalbetrieben is entitled to block access if it becomes aware of possible misuse of the services. There is no legal claim to access to the services.

digitalbetrieben is entitled to change the scope, type and content of the services offered at any time, to discontinue the operation of chargeable content on digitalbetrieben or to transfer it in whole or in part to third parties.

Free content and cookies

There is no legal claim to free content. If users wish to read free content, they must allow cookies for in their browser. Further information on cookies can be found in our privacy policy.

Paid content and cookies

If users have registered for any paid content and wish to use it, they must allow cookies for in their browser. Further information on cookies can be found in our privacy policy.


The contributions published on are protected by copyright. They may only be reproduced or otherwise used if this is permitted in individual cases by digitalbetrieben or the legal limits of copyright. These contents are not subject to a Creative Common licence unless such a licence is expressly stated. digitalbetrieben reserves the right to investigate these processes in the event of suspicion of improper use or significant breaches of contract and, in the event of justified suspicion, to block the user’s access to the contents if necessary and/or, if necessary, to terminate the contractual relationship without notice in the event of particularly serious breaches.

Cancellation policy

In case we are offering paid services, consumers are generally entitled to a statutory fourteen-day right of revocation in the case of distance selling contracts. A consumer within the meaning of ยง 13 of the German Civil Code (BGB) is any natural person who enters into a legal transaction for purposes which are predominantly neither commercial nor self-employed. Cancellations are to be sent to

Expiry of the right of revocation

Pursuant to Section 356 (5) of the German Civil Code (BGB), your right of revocation shall expire if digitalbetrieben has commenced performance of the contract after you have expressly consented to our commencing performance of the contract prior to the expiry of the revocation period and you have confirmed that you were aware that by consenting you lose your right of revocation upon commencement of performance of the contract.

Prices and billing
The current prices and scope of services of the online courses are indicated on the respective course detail pages and in the shopping basket. Billing takes place via our payment service provider PayPal, for which further information can be found in our data protection declaration. The user is only entitled to offset counterclaims if the counterclaims have been legally established or are not disputed.

digitalbetrieben takes great care in moderating the content. digitalbetrieben and all persons working for digitalbetrieben do not assume any legal liability for the correctness, completeness or up-to-dateness of the online courses and contributions. No liability is assumed for public comments made by users. Abusive comments can be reported to

A prerequisite for the proper use of the services offered by digitalbetrieben is that users have access to electronic media that meets the current technical standard.

Liability for loss of data by the user or damage to the user’s hardware or software shall only be assumed by digitalbetrieben in the event of intent or gross negligence or breach of cardinal obligations. Liability is limited to the damage that is reasonably foreseeable in the event of private use by the user in accordance with the contract.

Amendment of the GTC
digitalbetrieben reserves the right to change the GTC at any time with a reasonable notice period of at least two weeks. The announcement shall be made by publication on stating the date of entry into force.

If the user does not object within two weeks of publication, the amended terms and conditions shall be deemed accepted. In the event of the user objecting to the amended terms and conditions within the specified period, digitalbetrieben shall be entitled to terminate the existing contract with the user at the point in time at which the amendment comes into force.
Within the scope of the amendment of the GTC, digitalbetrieben is in particular entitled, in the event of the invalidity of a condition, to supplement or replace this condition with effect for existing contracts; in the event of an amendment of a statutory provision or supreme court ruling, if one or more conditions of the contractual relationship are affected by this amendment, to adjust the affected conditions in such a way as corresponds to the purpose of the amended legal situation, provided that the user is not worse off as a result of the new or amended condition than he was under the original condition.

Place of performance, place of jurisdiction
The exclusive place of performance and jurisdiction is, to the extent permitted by law, Nuremberg. The CISG is excluded.

Other terms and conditions
Deviating conditions of the user are not accepted. Should individual provisions of these terms of use be invalid, this shall not affect the validity of the remaining provisions. Invalid provisions shall be replaced by provisions which come as close as possible to the intended meaning of the invalid provision. The same shall apply in the event of any gaps requiring filling.

Data protection
Please read our data protection declaration at for all matters relating to data protection.

Questions or complaints can be sent to You can also find more information in our imprint at

(Status: 17.04.2021)