We save and use your personal data information including your postal address and email-address only to answer your queries, to process your orders and account, and if desired, for the transmission of our newsletter. Personal Data is information, which can be used to detect your identity as your name, address or phone number. This does not include information which is not really attached to your real identity (e.g. User name, comments or preferred news). Provided you prefer not to add such information as comments or preferred news to your identity, please choose your user name in a way, to make this not possible.
Transfer of data to third parties
Your personal data will only be passed on to third parties as far as this is necessary for the processing of agreements – in particular the passing-on of order data to suppliers, as far as is necessary for invoicing and bookkeeping purposes. In those cases the transfer will be in correspondence with the regulations of the Federal Data Protection Act 2000. The transfer of the transmitted data will be restricted to the required minimum.
Furthermore, personal registration data for the event ‘CHANCENTAGE für SchülerInnen’ will be passed on to the participating companies. Photos taken as part of the event may be used for media reporting purposes and may be published in various (social) media, publications and on our website.
Information, Amendment, Closure and Deletion
In correspondence with the regulations of the Federal Data Protection Act 2000 you have the right of information as well as the right of amendment, closure and deletion of your saved data. Provided there are legal, contractual, fiscal reasons or reasons in terms of commercial law as well as other reasons which are legally established, which make a deletion not possible, there will be a closure of your data.
Data Protection Acts
Personal data will only be collected and saved in correspondence with the legal regulations of the Federal Data Protection Act 2000.
Usage of Google Analytics
This website uses google Analytics, a web analysis service of Google Inc. (‘Google‘). Google Analytics uses ‘Cookies‘, text files, which will be saved on your computer and which will allow an analysis of your usage of the website. The information generated by the cookie about the usage of this website (including your IP-Adress, which however will be anonymized by _anonymizelp(), so it can’t be assigned to your port) will be transmitted to a Server of Google USA and will be saved there. Google will use this information, to analyse your usage of the website to gather reports about the website activity for the website operators and to render further services associated with the website and internet usage. Google will if necessary also pass on this information to third parties, provided it is legally required or if third parties process this data commissioned by Google. Google will in no way link your IP-address with other data by Google. You can prevent the installation of Cookies through a setting on your browser to not accept cookies. It may be possible, that in this case, this will result in a reduced availability of the services proved on our website. By using our website, you consent to the processing of your personal data by Google as stated above. You can object the collection of your data by Google-Analytics with future effect, by installing the de-activation Add-on for your browser.