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- Fixed missing translation for DE language.

- Fixed broken hamburger responsive design.
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geen winstoogmerk heeft is IRMA als geheel een goedkoop systeem.
item13:
question: IRMA is <em>open source</em>; wat betekent dat?
answer: De software van IRMA is open source. Dat betekent dat de manier waarop IRMA werkt door iedereen bekeken kan worden<span>:</span> de software
staat gewoon online, namelijk op <a href="https://github.com/privacybydesign" target="_blank">GitHub</a>. Natuurlijk moet je wel wat van
computerprogramma's weten om dit echt te kunnen begrijpen, maar het principe is belangrijk<span>:</span> IRMA kent geen geheimen en werkt op een
transparante manier. Dit draagt bij aan het vertrouwen in IRMA. Er zijn daarom met IRMA geen discussies over verborgen achterdoortjes van
leveranciers met een eigen agenda, zoals bijvoorbeeld met 5G telecommunicatie. De stichting Privacy by Design achter IRMA vindt dat
alle software die gebruikt wordt in infrastructuur met een publieke rol open source moet zijn.
answer: De software van IRMA is open source. Dat betekent dat de manier waarop IRMA werkt door iedereen bekeken kan worden<span>:</span> de software
staat gewoon online, namelijk op <a href="https://github.com/privacybydesign" target="_blank">GitHub</a>. Natuurlijk moet je wel wat van
computerprogramma's weten om dit echt te kunnen begrijpen, maar het principe is belangrijk<span>:</span> IRMA kent geen geheimen en werkt op een
transparante manier. Dit draagt bij aan het vertrouwen in IRMA. Er zijn daarom met IRMA geen discussies over verborgen achterdoortjes van
leveranciers met een eigen agenda, zoals bijvoorbeeld met 5G telecommunicatie. De stichting Privacy by Design achter IRMA vindt dat
alle software die gebruikt wordt in infrastructuur met een publieke rol open source moet zijn.
item14:
question: Ik wil meer informatie over IRMA; waar kan ik terecht?
question: Ik wil meer informatie over IRMA; waar kan ik terecht?
answer: Het grotere verhaal achter IRMA staat beschreven in een
<a href="https://privacybydesign.foundation/pdf/IRMA-manifest-2019.pdf" target="_blank">IRMA Manifest</a>.
<br><br>Uitgebreidere uitleg over de werking van IRMA wordt gegeven door de
stichting Privacy by Design op een eigen
<a href="https://privacybydesign.foundation/irma-uitleg/" target="_blank">pagina</a>.
Mensen die de software van IRMA willen bekijken kunnen terecht op een technische
<a href="https://irma.app/docs" target="_blank">documentatie</a> pagina en op
<a href="https://irma.app/docs" target="_blank">documentatie</a> pagina en op
<a href="https://github.com/privacybydesign" target="_blank">GitHub</a>.
item15:
question: Ik wil meer informatie over IRMA; waar kan ik terecht?
answer: Het grotere verhaal achter IRMA staat beschreven in een
<a href="https://privacybydesign.foundation/pdf/IRMA-manifest-2019.pdf" target="_blank">IRMA Manifest</a>.
<br><br>Uitgebreidere uitleg over de werking van IRMA wordt gegeven door de
stichting Privacy by Design op een eigen
<a href="https://privacybydesign.foundation/irma-uitleg/" target="_blank">pagina</a>.
Mensen die de software van IRMA willen bekijken kunnen terecht op een technische
<a href="https://irma.app/docs" target="_blank">documentatie</a> pagina en op
<a href="https://github.com/privacybydesign" target="_blank">GitHub</a>.
footer:
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item1:
question: How do I use IRMA to log in on a website?
answer: Websites that support IRMA typically have a button that says <em>Log in with IRMA</em>. If you don't have the IRMA app on your phone yet, you will have to install it first and fill it with your attributes. If you do have the IRMA app already, there two different situations<span>:</span><ul class="indent"><li> When you access the website where you need to log in with IRMA on a computer or laptop and you press the login button, a QR code appears. You open the IRMA app on your phone with your PIN. At the bottom of the app's screen, there is a button that allows you to scan the QR code. The app asks if you wish to disclose the requested attributes. When you click OK, you are logged in.</li><li> When you view the website on your mobile phone, the IRMA app is automatically opened when you hit the login button. The app then asks you whether you agree to disclose the requested attributes. After pressing OK, your phone returns to the website and you are logged in. If all is well, your phone automatically returns to the original page, but sometimes you have to go back manually. </li></ul><br>It may happen that you haven't collected yet the attributes that the website requests. In that case, you first have to load them before you can log in.
item2:
item2:
question: I live outside the Netherlands; can I still use IRMA?
answer: The IRMA app is available internationally, but only a few attributes are available globally, namely email and some data from social media (which are not very reliable). The real challenge for your country is to organise interesting local sources of attributes that wish to issue data to IRMA apps. The Privacy by Design Foundation has concentrated so far on The Netherlands, where it has organised connections of IRMA to instance the government's national citizen administration, but also to medical and academic registers. Similar connections need to be organised in other countries, in order to make IRMA really useful there. Local help and support is needed for this. So do join the effort and help out, if you are interested.<br><br>Another issue is that the IRMA app itself (and its documentation) is available so far only in English and in Dutch. Since the source code for the IRMA app is available online, volunteers from other countries can contribute by translating the relevant texts into their own language.<br><br>You can see how IRMA is used around the world on our <a href="https://metrics.privacybydesign.foundation/grafana/d/000000011/" target="_blank">dashboard</a>.
answer: The IRMA app is available internationally, but only a few attributes are available globally, namely email and some data from social media (which are not very reliable). The real challenge for your country is to organise interesting local sources of attributes that wish to issue data to IRMA apps. The Privacy by Design Foundation has concentrated so far on The Netherlands, where it has organised connections of IRMA to instance the government's national citizen administration, but also to medical and academic registers. Similar connections need to be organised in other countries, in order to make IRMA really useful there. Local help and support is needed for this. So do join the effort and help out, if you are interested.<br><br>Another issue is that the IRMA app itself (and its documentation) is available so far only in English and in Dutch. Since the source code for the IRMA app is available online, volunteers from other countries can contribute by translating the relevant texts into their own language.<br><br>You can see how IRMA is used around the world on our <a href="https://metrics.privacybydesign.foundation/grafana/d/000000011/" target="_blank">dashboard</a>.
item3:
question: Which attributes can I load into my IRMA app, now and later?
answer: You can load your email address where-ever you are in the world. You can also load attributes from some social media accounts. When you have European mobile phone registration, you can also get your mobile phone number as IRMA attribute. In the Netherlands you can obtain more attributes, for instance from municipalities, like name, address, date of birth, citizen registration number ("BSN"), but also age limits like whether you are older than 18 or 65. Students and staff can add their academic registration. Health care professionals can add their professional registration ("AGB"). With these attributes people can make themselves known in many situations.<br><br>It is expected that many other attribute sources will join the IRMA ecosystem, for users in general, but also for special groups of individuals.
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answer: Certainly, on every separate (<a
href="https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.irmacard.cardemu">Android</a>
and <a
href="https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/irma-authentication/id1294092994">iOS</a>) device you can open a separate IRMA account and fill it with your attributes. It might even be wise to do so, since if you loose one device, you can still use the other one to log in.
href="https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/irma-authentication/id1294092994">iOS</a>) device you can open a separate IRMA account and fill it with your attributes. It might even be wise to do so, since if you loose one device, you can still use the other one to log in.
item5:
question: In which sense is IRMA privacy-friendly and secure?
answer: Your personal attributes are stored exclusively in the IRMA app on your phone and nowhere else. They are protected via the PIN of the IRMA app. You disclose only those attributes that are relevant and required in a particular situation (data minimalisation, as required by the General Data Protection Regulation). For instance, in order to get a certain discount, you may have to prove that you are a student; with IRMA you can do so without disclosing your name or your field of study.<br><br>Your attributes in the IRMA app are digitally signed by the source (issuer) of these attributes. A website receiving attributes can cryptographically check that they are authentic (really coming from the source). This exchange of personal attributes happens directly, between your phone and the website. No-one else can register that you make yourself known there. This is completely different from the (privacy-unfriendly) login mechanism of Facebook (and others), used for instance at an online store. In that case the data exchange happens differently<span>:</span> you first have to log in at Facebook, and then Facebook tells the store who you are. In this way Facebook can build up detailed profiles of who logs in where and when.
item6:
question: Where are my IRMA attributes stored?
question: Where are my IRMA attributes stored?
answer: The attributes about yourself that you collect in the IRMA app on your phone are stored in the IRMA app only, and nowhere else. In particular, they are not stored somewhere in the cloud. When you remove attributes from your IRMA app, they are really gone. You are asked to give permission explicitly before any of these attributes in your phone are diclosed, from the app to a website.
item7:
question: For how long are IRMA attributes valid, and how can I refresh them?
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irma_alt: IRMA logo
irma_headline: Privacy by Design Foundation
irma_content: IRMA is produced and run by the <a href="https://privacybydesign.foundation/en" target="_blank">Privacy
by Design</a> Foundation, which provides extensive
by Design</a> Foundation, which provides extensive
<a href="https://privacybydesign.foundation/irma-explanation/" target="_blank">explanations</a>.
doc_headline: Docs
doc_content: Developers who wish to work with IRMA can check out IRMA's technical <a href="https://irma.app/docs" target="_blank">documentation</a>.
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<a class="refs" href="{% t nav_item.link %}">{% t nav_item.link_text %}</a>
{% endfor %}
<!-- <a style="float: right; padding-right: 20px; margin-top: 5px;" class="langicons" href="{% t section.image.link %}"><img src="{{site.baseurl_root}}{% t section.image.image %}" alt="{% t section.image.alt_text %}"></a></li> -->
<a {% if site.lang == lang %} id="selected-lang" {% endif %} style="float: right; padding-right: 20px; margin-top: 5px;" class="langicons" href="{{ site.baseurl_root }}{{ page.url}}?lang={% t section.image.link %}"><img src="{{site.baseurl_root}}{% t section.image.image %}" alt="{% t section.image.alt_text %}"></a></li>
</a>
<a {% if site.lang == lang %} id="selected-lang" {% endif %} style="float: right; padding-right: 20px; margin-top: 5px;" class="langicons refs" href="{{ site.baseurl_root }}{{ page.url}}?lang={% t section.image.link %}"><img src="{{site.baseurl_root}}{% t section.image.image %}" alt="{% t section.image.alt_text %}"></a>
<a id="toggle" href="javascript:void(0);" class="icon" onclick="myFunction()">
<img id="hamburger" src="{{ section.menu | relative_url }}" alt="Menu">
</a>
</div>
</div>
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