1. Our data protection policy at a glance
The following references offer a simple overview of what happens with your personal data when you visit our website. Personal data includes every personally identifiable information. See detailed information as follows:
Collection of data on this website
Responsible for the collection of data on this website is
D 73660 Urbach
Tel.: +49 7181 48390-0
How is your data collected?
Your data is collected mainly by you providing it to us, e.g. when filling out a contact form. We may also automatically collect technical information when you visit this website (e.g. type of browser, operating system or time of browsing). The collection of this kind of information is automatic and occurs as soon as you visit our website.
For what purposes do we use these data?
Your data is collected to provide you with flawless representation of this website.
To comply with contractual and pre-contractual obligations.
What rights do you possess over your data?
You have the right any time to inquire (Article 15 DSGVO) about the origin, receiver and use of your collected personal data. Moreover you have the right to ask for the correction, blocking, deleting or limiting the use of these data. You can contact us about these and other issues about privacy on the aforementioned address. Furthermore you have the right to formal complaints at the appropriate supervisory authority.
2. General references and obligatory information
We note that the data transfer on the internet (e.g. when communicating via email) may show security gaps. Complete protection of your data from a third party access is not possible.
Revoking your consent for data collection
Many data processing actions are only with your explicit consent possible. You can anytime revoke an already given consent. If you wish to do this, send us a simple email. The legality of the data processed before the revoking is unaffected by the revoking.
Right to transfer
You have the right, to let data that we automatically process according your consent or fulfillment of a contract or contract initiation, delivered to you or a third party in a common, machine readable format (Article 20 DSGVO). Direct transfer of data to another responsible party is only possible if it is technically feasible.
Inquiry, blocking, erasing
According to prevailing legal regulations you always have the right to inquire free of charge (Art. 15 DSGVO) about your collected personal data, its origin, receiver and purpose of the data processing, moreover the right to correct (Art. 16 DSVGO), block or erase (Art. 17 DSVGO)the data if necessary, and the right to object (Art. 21 DSVGO). Regarding the right to inquire and delete are the regulations of §§ 34 und 35 BDSG valid. Furthermore, you have the right to object at the appropriate data protection authority (Art. 77 DSGVO i. V. m. § 19 BDSG). If you have any further questions about personal data, please contact us at the aforementioned address.
3. Data collection on our website
If you use the contact form for inquiry, the information provided by you - including contact data - will be used to process your inquiry and recorded for any follow-up questions. We won't give out this data without your explicit consent.
Therefore, the processing of data provided in the contact form is based exclusively on your consent. You can revoke this consent anytime. To do this, send us a simple request via email. The legality of the data processed before the revoking is unaffected by the revoking.
The data provided by you via contact form stays with us until you ask us to delete it, revoke your consent to storing it or the purpose of the data storage is void (e.g. after a closed inquiry). Binding legal regulations - especially retention periods - stay untouched.