Data protection

The administrators of this page take protecting your personal details very seriously. We treat your personal data as confidential and handle it in accordance with the provisions of data protection law and this data protection statement.

It is usually possible to use this web page without providing personal information. Should personal information (like names, addresses or e-mail addresses) be collected, this will always take place, if possible, on a voluntary basis. The information will not be handed to third parties without your explicit permission.

We point out that online data transfer (for example during e-mail traffic) can be subject to security leaks. A complete protection of data from third-party access is not possible.

Server-log-files

Our provider automatically saves information in its server log files that your browser transfers to us. This includes:

  • Browser type/version
  • Operating system used
  • Referrer URL
  • Host name of the accessing computer
  • Time of the server request

These data cannot be traced to certain persons. This data is not merged with other data sources. We reserve the right to check such data retrospectively in case of specific indications of unlawful usage.

Information, deletion, blocking

You have the right to demand information at any time regarding your personal details, where they were obtained from, who they have been sent to and the purpose for which they are being processed, as well as the right to have them corrected, blocked or deleted. You can contact us regarding these or any other issues relating to personal information at any time using the address given in the publishing information.

Rejection of promotional e-mails

We hereby prohibit the use of contact data, published in order to meet the requirement for the disclosure of publishing information, for sending advertising or information materials that have not been explicitly requested. The site administrators explicitly reserve the right to take legal action in the case of the unsolicited sending of promotional information, for example spam e-mails.

Source: e-recht24.de

Google Analytics

This website uses Google Analytics, a web analysis service provided by Google Inc. (“Google”). Google Analytics uses cookies, text files that are stored on your computer and enable analysis of your website usage to be carried out. The information generated by the cookie regarding your use of this website is generally sent to a Google server in the USA, where it is stored. If, however, IP anonymisation is activated for this website, Google will only store your IP address in truncated form within a Member State of the European Union or another signatory state to the Agreement on the European Economic Area. Only in exceptional circumstances might the full IP address may be sent to a Google server in the USA and truncated there. Google will use this information on behalf of the website owner to evaluate the way you use the site, in order to compile website activity reports and to provide the website owner with other services related to website and internet usage. Google will not combine the IP address transmitted by your browser in connection with Google Analytics with any other data. You can prevent the installation of cookies by adjusting the relevant setting in your browser software; however we would like to point out that you will not be able to use all the functions of this website to their full extent in this case. You can also opt out of the communication to Google of data collected by the cookie in connection with your use of the website (including your IP address) and the processing of such information by Google by downloading and installing a browser plug-in available at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en-GB.

Deactivate Google Analytics

Further information concerning the terms and conditions of use and data privacy can be found at http://www.google.com/analytics/terms/gb.html or at https://www.google.de/intl/en_uk/policies. Please note that on this website Google Analytics has been expanded to include an “incognito” code to ensure anonymised logging of IP addresses (IP masking).