Providing the webite
When visiting my website, due to technical necessity, you transfer data through your web browser to my webhoster. This information includes the URL of the accessed page, the time of retrieval, the amount of data transferred, any error messages, browser, operating system, provider and IP address of the user, the previously visited site and the retrieving country. This data cannot be connected to you as a person. This data is saved only for technical safety reasons and to optimize the service. It is used in anonymised form for statistical purposes. In addition, a data collection does not take place. In particular, the data is not disclosed to third parties.
Processing of inquiries via e-mail, telephone or post
The purpose of opening all communication channels is to allow inquiries or to facilitate press inquiries. In this connection, the name, first name, address or the e-mail address and the telephone number of the Data Subject are processed regularly. The legal basis is Art. 6 para. 1 lit. b) DS-GVO and Art. 6 para. 1 lit. f) DS-GMO. I process and store the data as long as necessary for processing the inquiry and for protecting my legitimate interests, e.g. protection against misuse of the communication channels.
I generally do not share Personal Data with third parties. An exception applies to the extent that this is necessary in the context of the provision of my services, e.g. when sending letters, collection of direct debits, in the context of commissioning special service providers who support me in my performance, if I am required by law or court order, or with the express consent of the Data Subject. The transfer of personal data refers only to those personal data that are mandatory for the purpose.
Data Subject Rights
You may receive confirmation and information about the Personal Data stored about you, object to the processing of Personal Data and request completion, correction, restriction or deletion thereof. To do so, please e-mail me at email@example.com. Of course, you also have the right to appeal to the relevant supervisory authority.
Last updated: December 30, 2018