Data protection is important to us
Thank you for visiting our website. We take the protection of your personal data very seriously and therefore endeavour to not only provide you with a comprehensive online service, but also to guarantee your right to determine the information yourself. The (German) Federal Data Protection Act and the Telemedia Act in particular serve as the legal basis.
What do we do with your information?
We process and use personal data, which is personally supplied by you within our internet services, to maintain customer relationships, for our advertising and for order processing. The information required for this is transferred to service providers. We will neither sell your data to third parties, nor market it in other ways.
When do we collect, process and use personal information from you?
Each time a user accesses one of our pages and every time a file is retrieved, access data is stored by us and partly from third parties through this process in the form of log files. Each record consists of:
- The website from which our website was accessed;
- The IP address;
- The date and time of access;
- The client’s request;
- The http answer code;
- The amount of data transmitted;
- The information about the browser you are using and the operating system you are using.
Insofar as there is the possibility to enter personal or business data (for example email addresses, names and addresses), data is disclosed by the user on an expressly voluntarily basis. We only use the personal data transmitted this way for the purpose for which it was provided to us. Whilst processing your inquiries, your orders and your use of our services, we commission partial subcontractors who only receive the transferred data which is required to carry out their tasks and only use it for this purpose. Moreover, the service providers are contractually bound to comply with this data protection policy.
What are my options to act against the storage of my data?
You have the right to receive information about your stored personal data, free of charge and upon request. Additionally, according to the (German) Federal Privacy Act you have the right to oppose the use and/or transmission of your data for advertising purposes. In addition, in accordance with the legal provisions, you have the right to correct, block and delete your personal data. In these cases, please contact our below mentioned privacy officer in writing or by email.
What are cookies and how are cookies used?
Cookies are small text files that are stored locally in the cache of the site visitor’s internet browser.
You can of course set your browse so that no cookies are stored on the hard drive or so that cookies which have already been stored are deleted.
In Internet Explorer 9, you do this as follows:
- Select “Internet Options” in the “Tools” menu.
- Click on the “Privacy” tab.
- Slide the switch on the left side of the dialog box to the top (“Block all cookies”).
- Confirm the settings by clicking “OK”.
In Firefox 45.0, you do this as follows:
- Select “Settings” in the “Tools” menu.
- Under “Privacy”, select “Use custom settings” in the list under “Remember history”.
- Unclick “Accept cookies”.
- Confirm the settings by clicking “OK”.
If you use another internet browser, then please refer to the instructions on the help function of your browser or from your software manufacturer concerning how to disable and delete cookies.
Links to other websites
We assume no responsibility for external content, which is provided through links and is particularly marked, and do not adopt their contents. Only the provider of the reference website is liable for illegal, incorrect or incomplete content and for damages arising from the use or non-use of information on the linked pages. The editorial staff are only responsible for external information when they have positive knowledge of its illegal or criminal content and it is technically possible and reasonable to prevent its use.
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Do you have further questions?
If you have any questions regarding the collection, processing and use of your personal data, then please contact our privacy officer.