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Tracker data for träcktor.de
You can run the script locally. To do so, first install Node.js and npm. In the repository folder, run
npm i to grab all necessary dependencies.
To use it manually, simply run
The tracker data is located in the tracker folder. Every tracker in our database is represented by a single JSON file (named after the slug in the JSON). The JSON has to follow the schema specified in the schema-tracker.json file.
supervisory-authorities folder contains data on supervisory data protection authorities. They are structured similarly to the tracker records, following the schema in the
required_elements are specified, there should be one element with type
name. This does not have to be a real name but could also be a username or even an email address, if no other information is required.
In addition, the
required_elements should include some way for the company to respond to the request, be it an address, an email address, a phone number or something similar.