This privacy statement informs the user of the type, scope, purpose and use of personal data collected by the legally responsible operator of this internet service (“service” hereinafter).
56626 Andernach, Germany
tel.: +49 2632 958008 - 0
fax: +49 2632 958008 - 10
The applicable legal basis concerning privacy is set out in the Federal Privacy Act [Bundesdatenschutzgesetz] and the Telemedia Act [Telemediengesetz].
Access data/server log files
The operator of this service (or its webspace provider) collects access data for all visits to this web service (so-called server log files).
Access data includes:
The name of the webpage accessed, file name, date and time of the access, transferred data volume, confirmation of successful access, browser type and version, the user’s operating system, referrer URL (the previously visited website) and the IP address of the originating ISP.
The operator of this service will only use the data collected for statistical purposes concerning the operation, safety and optimisation of this service. The operator of this service does however reserve the right to analyse the collected data in cases where a justified suspicion of unlawful use is concerned.
Handling of personal data
Personal data means all data that can be traced back to a particular person and enables a person to be identified. Such personal data includes names, e-mail addresses or telephone numbers as well as data concerning personal preferences, hobbies, memberships or browsing history.
The provider will only collect, use or disclose such data where legally permissible and subject to the user having consented to the collection of such data.
When contacting the operator of this service (i.e. by using the inquiry form or by email), the user’s details will be stored for the purpose of processing his/her inquiry and to enable the tracking of follow-up inquiries.
Integrated third-party contents and services
This web service may feature integrated third-party content, such as YouTube video clips, Google Maps geographic data, RSS-feeds or images from other webpages. These integrated features require the providers of the contents and services to determine the user’s IP address To enable the data for such contents or services to be transmitted to the user’s browser window. It follows that knowledge of the user’s IP address is imperative for the proper operation of these types of content. We endeavour to only integrate content of service providers that commit to using the IP address for the sole purpose of delivering the respective content or services. Whether third-party providers will store the user’s IP address for other purposes, i.e. statistics, is outside of our sphere of influence. We will notify the users of anything to the contrary that becomes known to us.