The responsible body in terms of the data protection law, in particular the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (EU) 2016/679, is:
Managing Director: Michael Zapp
You can always exercise the following rights under the contact details provided:
- Information about personal data stored, and their processing
- Correction of incorrect personal data
- Deletion of your data stored with us
- Requesting limitations on data processing, unless we are not allowed to delete your data due to legal obligations
- Objection to the processing of your data by us
If you have given us your consent, you can withdraw it at any time with effect for the future. You can always contact the supervisory authority responsible for you with a complaint. Your competent supervisory authority will depend on the state of your domicile, work or alleged violation.
A list of the supervisory authorities (for the non-public area) with address can be found at: https://www.bfdi.bund.de/DE/Infothek/Anschriften_Links/anschriften_links-node.html.
Purposes of data processing by the responsible body and third parties
- You have given your express consent
- the processing is required to complete a request of yours
- processing is necessary to fulfill a legal obligation
- processing is necessary to safeguard legitimate interests, and there is no reason to believe that you have an overriding legitimate interest in not disclosing your information.
Collecting general information when visiting our website
When you access our website, a cookie automatically records information of a general nature. This information (server log files) includes, for example, the type of web browser, the operating system used, the domain name of your Internet service provider and the like. This is only information that does not allow conclusions about your person. This information is technically necessary to correctly deliver the contents of web pages requested by you and is mandatory when using the internet. They are processed in particular for the following purposes:
- Ensuring a hassle-free connection of the website
- Ensuring a smooth use of our website
- Evaluation of system security and stability
- for further administrative purposes
We do not use any< of this information to draw conclusions about you. The recipient of the data is only the responsible body and possibly the processor.
Anonymous information of this kind may be statistically evaluated by us to optimize our website and the underlying technology.
Like many other websites, we also use so-called "cookies". Cookies are small text files that are transferred from a website server to your hard drive. This automatically gives us certain data, such as IP address, browser used, operating system and your connection to the Internet.
Cookies cannot be used to launch programs or to transfer viruses to a computer. Based on the information contained in cookies, we can facilitate navigation and enable the correct display of our websites.
In no case will the data collected by us be passed on to third parties or a link with personal data will be established without your consent.
To protect the security of your data during transmission, we use state-of-the-art encryption techniques (such as SSL) over HTTPS.
Comments on the website Access & Use
If you want to comment on our pages, you need to provide a valid e-mail address and a name. This name can also be a fictitious alias, you do not have to provide your real name. We use your e-mail address exclusively to notify you of any reactions to your comments or by replying directly in case of questions. The email address you have provided is not visible on the web site will not be shared with third parties.
Using Script Libraries (Google Webfonts)
As soon as you contact the company DIAS GmbH and send e-mail, your contact details will be used to process your request. In order to retain business correspondence within the scope of the legal obligation, e-mails are also stored. Of course, you always have the opportunity to ask us for the deletion of your data. We will follow up if data is not subject to the retention obligation (see also the section concerned rights).