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README.md

Tracker data for tracktor.it

Testing records

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 npm test.

Data formats

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.

The supervisory-authorities folder contains data on supervisory data protection authorities. They are structured similarly to the tracker records, following the schema in the schema-supervisory-authorities.json file.

Required elements

If we know from previous requests (or from a privacy policy) which identification information is needed for requests to a company, we record that under the required-elements key.

If 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.