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We are pleased that you visit our website! We take the privacy concerns of every visitor to our website seriously. Please find out more about our principles below.
You are also welcome to contact us directly with our contact persons.
Scope of data protection
Since the data usage may differ on the individual pages, you will also find additional information on the data protection, which will inform you about the purpose and use of your data. We are not responsible for data protection and the measures taken on other websites, even if
You have reached the third party website via a link from our website, or
You have reached our site through a third party website.
The owner is responsible for compliance with data protection when visiting this website.
Our processes are based on data protection principles such as transparency, necessity and data security. We want to create transparency in order to gain insight into what data we are processing for what purpose. Only the data required for the respective service is used to ensure data parsimony. For this reason, we also indicate whether we process data from you necessarily or on a voluntary basis.
Purpose of data processing
We use your personal data only purposefully. Personal data are e.g. Your name, address, telephone number or your e-mail address, your picture, your assigned IP address, the content of your email or an entry from you on this website.
The purpose of data processing may be
To answer your requests and requests;
To process your orders;
To improve our services and adapt them to your needs.
Cross-border data transfer
Within the scope of the products and services offered through this website, information which you may provide to us may be forwarded to countries outside the European Economic Area (EEA). This may be the case, for example, because one of our servers or one of our service providers is hosted or operated in a country outside the EEA. These countries may have data protection laws which are not comparable with those of the EEA. If your information reaches a country outside the EEA in this way, we will take measures to ensure the protection of your privacy.
We have made technical and organizational arrangements to protect your personal data against unauthorized access and misuse. We will adapt the measures taken in this regard as necessary to the latest available technology.
Provisions against identity theft
In the Internet, identity theft, i. The abusive use of personal data (the "identity") of a person by an unauthorized person, much easier than outside the Internet. We strive to prevent this misuse.
Advertising as well as market and opinion research
If we send you interesting information about our products and services, or about the products and services by e-mail, we only do this with your expressed consent. We would be pleased to provide you with our products and services by telephone, but only with your consent.
Data is only stored for as long as it is legally or legally required. After these periods the data will be deleted. Deleted data can not be associated with your person.
We use the terms "cookie" or "cookies" for cookies and similar technologies, which are covered by the EU Directive on the Protection of Privacy in Electronic Communications.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small files which are stored on your computer or internet-enabled device via your browser. Cookies make your browser navigate to a website. The cookie itself can not collect information stored on your computer or in your files. When a server can retrieve cookies through the web browser, this allows a more user-friendly service. To protect your privacy, your browser allows a website to access only those cookies that have already been sent to you.
Some of the cookies we use are session cookies. They will automatically turn off when you close your browser. There are also persistent cookies that are stored on your computer for an extended period of time. For more information about the different types of cookies that are used in our company, click here.
How do third-party cookies be used?
How can I decline or delete cookies?
Although cookies are not used by us to collect personally identifiable information about you, you may, upon request, specify, via your browser settings, that the cookies set by the owner or the website of third parties are rejected or blocked. You can find more information in the Help area of your browser. Please note that most browsers automatically allow cookies. If you do not want cookies to be used, you must actively delete or block cookies.
For more information on cookies in general as well as for deleting or rejecting cookies, please visit the Internet at www.allaboutcookies.org or visit www.meine-cookies.org. For more information about using cookies with browsers for mobile radio phones, as well as refusing or deleting such cookies, please refer to the operating instructions for your mobile device.
However, please note the following: If you decline cookies, you can still visit our websites, but not all functions may work as desired.
The following is a list of the various types of cookies used on our website, as well as a brief explanation of their respective purposes.
These cookies store information about a user's session. Websites have no memory. Through session cookies the operators of a website can record the movements of the users on the website visited. This means that user information that has already been sent to the website does not have to be transmitted again. Session cookies are deleted when the browser is closed.
When visiting a website, these cookies store information about the browser used as well as additional browser software installed. In addition, these cookies store the settings and preferences that were made when personalizing a site (for example, country, language, or fonts). These settings and preferences are stored in conjunction with persistent cookies and do not need to be re-set by the user the next time the user visits the site.
Through these durable cookies, a user can rate how much a website he likes. Rating Cookies are used to store the current user rating of the page and to prevent users from rating a page more than once.
These persistent cookies ensure that users can only participate once in a vote.
These cookies store information that a user provides when completing forms. The stored data is only used to restore the input in the form when the user returns to the respective page.
Analytical cookies help us determine how you interact with our content. This allows us to better adapt our site to your needs. This type of cookies collects information about how visitors use our website, where they came to our website, how often a user visits our site and how long a visit takes. This information does not collect any user-specific information and no usage statistics are generated at aggregated level. We will return to Google Analytics (see "Third party cookies" for more information).
Third party cookies:
Here is a list of third party cookies used on our website.
If you would like more information about these cookies, and if you would like to know more about how you can refuse or delete such cookies, please consult the respective privacy guidelines, which can be accessed via the links provided.
On our website, we include videos from YouTube or provide links to videos on YouTube. This means that you may encounter cookies on these websites when you visit a page with embedded YouTube content or sites with links to YouTube.
Google will in no case associate your IP address with other data from Google. You can prevent the installation of the cookies by means of an appropriate setting in your browser software, but we would point out that in this case you may not be able to make full use of all the functions of this website. By using this website
You agree to the processing, data collected about you by Google, in the manner described above and for the purposes set out above.
You can block Google from using this service. See tools.google.com for more information.
Visitors under 18 years
We generally do not store personal data of persons under 18 years of age. If you are under 18 years of age, you should not transfer any personal data to us without the consent of your parents or educational staff. We knowingly do not collect personally identifiable data from children and adolescents, unless they are explicitly dealing with offers for young people (eg student surveys).
Contact with us
If you use the Internet contact form, we will gladly help you by phone or e-mail if you wish.
If you contact us via email, we will ensure that the confidentiality of the information you provide is not guaranteed because the emails are not encrypted. However, you can also contact us by phone or mail.
If we record telephone calls for training or quality purposes, we will only do this with your explicit consent on the telephone.
Your rights (e.g., claim for information about your stored data) result, e.g. From the protection afforded by the constitution, from the Federal Data Protection Act, the Telemediengesetz (German Telemedia Act) and from the law against unfair competition.
Changes to this Privacy Statement
But also compliance with data protection outside the Internet is our concern ...
Please note: The following privacy statements are only supplementary as we provide our services inside and outside the Internet, and no clear separation is possible here.
Data Protection Officer
We have complied with our legal obligations, which are available to you in all data protection matters as contact persons.