Data Protection Declaration
Scope of Applicability
This data protection declaration explains to users how Allgeier SE, Wehrlestrasse 12, 81679 Munich, Germany, Tel.: +49 89 998421-0, firstname.lastname@example.org (hereinafter: the provider) obtains and uses personal data on this website, to what extent and for what purposes.
The legal basis for data protection is set forth in Germany’s Federal Data Protection Act [BDSG] and Telemedia Act [TMG].
Access Data/Server Log Files
The provider (or its webspace provider) obtains data every time the website is accessed (so-called server log files). This access data includes the following:
name of web page accessed, file, date and time accessed, quantity of data transferred, message regarding successful access, browser type and version, user’s operating system, referrer URL (previous webpage visited), IP address and retrieving provider.
The provider uses the log data solely for statistical evaluation, so that it can operate and optimize the website and ensure it is secure. Nevertheless, the provider reserves the right to subsequently check the log data if there are concrete grounds for justifiable suspicions of unlawful use.
Handling of Personal Data
Personal data are data based on which a person can be identified, i.e. information that can be followed back to a given person. This includes name, e-mail address or phone number. Personal data may also include data such as preferences, hobbies, memberships or websites visited.
The provider only obtains, uses and forwards personal data if this is permitted by law, or if the user has consented to it.
Contacting the Provider
If the user contacts the provider (e.g. via the contact form or by e-mail), the user’s information is stored, to allow the query to be processed and in case there are any follow-up questions.
The newsletter provides information about us and our products/services.
If you wish to receive the newsletter, you must supply us with a valid e-mail address and information that allows us to assess whether you are the owner of the e-mail address indicated and whether that owner agrees to receive the newsletter. No other data are obtained. These data are used solely for the purpose of sending out the newsletter, and are not forwarded to third parties.
If you register for the newsletter, we store your IP address and the date on which you registered. The sole purpose of storing these data is to allow us to check whether a third party is abusing an e-mail address or has registered to receive the newsletter without the rightful individual’s knowledge.
At any time you can revoke your consent to storing of data and your e-mail address and our use of them to send out the newsletter. To revoke your consent, please use the link in the newsletter itself or in your profile, or notify us via the contact form or e-mail.
Cookies are small files which allow specific information relating to the user’s device to be stored on that device (PC, smartphone etc.). They make it easier to use webpages and are therefore helpful for users (e.g. they can be used to store log-in data). They may also be employed to obtain statistical data about webpage use, so that it can be analyzed and used to improve web content. The user can control the way cookies are used. Most browsers have an option for limiting or completely blocking the storing of cookies. However, please note that without cookies there may be constraints on how webpages are used, e.g. they may be more difficult to use.
You can manage online ad cookies from companies by visiting the US website http://www.aboutads.info/choices/ or the European Union websitehttp://www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/your-ad-choices/.
If IP anonymization is enabled on this website, within the EU member states or European Economic Area (EEA) Agreement signatory states Google abbreviates the user’s IP address. In certain exceptional cases, the full IP address is sent to a Google server in the US and abbreviated there. IP anonymization is enabled on this website. As a service to the operator of this website, Google uses this information to assess how the user is using the website, create reports about website activities, and provide other services relating to use of the website and the Internet for the website operator. The IP address sent by your browser as part of Google Analytics will not be incorporated into other Google data. Users can block the storing of cookies via the appropriate setting in their browser software. Please note that if you do so, you may not be able to make full use of all the functions of this website. If you wish, you can prevent data generated by cookies relating to your use of the website (including your IP address) from being gathered and processed by Google. To do so, please visit the following link and download and install the browser plug-in:http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en.
Instead of using the browser plug-in, or within a browser on a mobile device, you can click here to prevent Google Analytics from gathering data about your use of this website. This will store an opt-out cookie on your device. If you delete your cookies you will have to click on this link again.
Use of Facebook Social Plug-ins
This website uses social plug-ins from the social network www.facebook.com, operated by Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave., Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA (hereinafter: Facebook). These plug-ins are in the form of the Facebook logo (white ‘f’ on a blue tile or ‘thumbs-up’ icon) or are indicated as ‘Facebook social plug-in’. For a list of Facebook social plug-ins and their appearance, please visit: https://developers.facebook.com/docs/plugins/.
If the user accesses a web page on this website that contains one of these plug-ins, his/her browser establishes a direct connection to Facebook’s servers. Content for the plug-in is sent from Facebook directly to your browser so that it can insert information into the web page. This means the provider (we) have no control over the scope of the data that Facebook obtains via the plug-in, and we therefore draw the user’s attention to the following (which is based on our current knowledge of the situation):
Because the web page in question contains a plug-in, Facebook receives information when a user accesses the web page. If the user is logged into Facebook, Facebook can assign the visit to his/her Facebook account. If the user interacts with the plug-in, e.g. clicks the ‘Like’ button or leaves a comment, the information is sent from the user’s browser directly to Facebook and stored there. If a user is not a member of Facebook, it is still possible that Facebook may ascertain the user’s IP address and store it. According to Facebook, in Germany only anonymized IP addresses are stored. To find out about how data are used and to what extent, how Facebook processes and uses the data, and the associated rights and settings for protecting the user’s private sphere, please read Facebook’s data protection info here:https://www.facebook.com/about/privacy/.
If you are a Facebook member and do not want Facebook to gather data about you via this website and link it to your member data stored on Facebook, please log out of Facebook before visiting this website.
Revoking, Amending, Correcting or Updating Data
The user is entitled to request information (at no charge) about his/her stored personal data. Furthermore, the user is entitled to demand that incorrect data be corrected, or that personal data be blocked or deleted, unless it is required by law that such data be stored.
The company’s data protection agent is:
Maximilian Hartung / Datenschutz Agentur
Tel: +49 821 90786458