[OSM-dev] Any tile statistics (unique visitors)

Armijn Hemel armijn at uulug.nl
Sun Dec 7 14:33:03 GMT 2008

On Sun, 2008-12-07 at 15:14 +0100, Stefan de Konink wrote:

> >>> In The Netherlands 'personal data' is extremely well defined. And I
> >> can  
> >>> tell you, an IP address is definitely *not* one of them.
> >> A German court ordered a German federal ministry this year to stop
> >> logging IP addresses because they contain personal information. But it
> >> doesn't matter how you or "The Netherlands" define "personal data",
> >> some
> >> IP addresses can be traced back to a person.
> > 
> > And in some instances IP addresses are definitely "personal data" in the
> > Netherlands. Stefan: you might want to read "De wet op Internet" by
> > Arnoud Engelfriet first, which describes these things in the context of
> > Dutch law for legal dummies like us, before making claims :-)
> It certain times I have more trust in the CBP than one person that has 
> studied law but has clearly no influence on politics.

That's great to hear. Please read the CBP publications:


page 12, section 'IP-adres'

thank you,


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