Section 11 Use and Sharing of Data
In all procedures when processing data (e.g. collecting, storing and transmitting), we observe statutory regulations. Data required for business transactions are saved electronically and passed on to the company responsible for delivering the goods upon completing the order. Within the limits of statutory provisions and taking into account your valid interest in your details not being forwarded or used, we can pass on as well as request the details of your address and financial status to the SCHUFA 65203 Wiesbaden, Germany.
Address and order information is only collected and processed for marketing purposes. For third party marketing purposes, only such data is passed on and in such a form as permitted by law (according to section 28 Abs. 3 Nr. 3 a.F. und section 47 Nr. 2 n.F. of the German Federal Law on Data Protection as well as section 28 paragraph 3 pg 2 and S.4 nF German Federal Law on Data Protection).
According to section 28 para. 4 n.F. of the German Federal Law on Data Protection, you can object to your data being shared at any time by notifying us in writing. Please send your objection to the following address:
Right to Information
In accordance with section 34 n.F. of the German Federal Law on Data Protection, you have the right to correct, block or delete the data saved on you free of charge.
E-Mail Advertising in Form of a Newsletter
I f you have registered to receive the newsletter by e-mail, your address will be used for advertising purposes until you deregister from the newsletter. This can be done at any time. In order to deregister, send an e-mail.
Note on Social Plug-ins:
Our internet presence uses the social plug-ins (“Plug-in”) of various social networks. These plug-ins allow you, for example, to share content or recommend products.
When these plug-ins are activated, your browser makes a direct connection with the servers of the respective network as soon you open a webpage on our internet presence. The contents of the plug-in are transmitted directly from the social network to your browser, where it is integrated into the website. Of course, the plug-in can be deactivated by only clicking with your mouse.
By integrating the plug-ins, the social network receives the information that you have opened the respective page of its internet presence. If you are logged onto the social network, this can assign your visit to your network account. If you interact with the plug-in, for example by clicking on the Facebook button “Like” or by leaving a comment, this information is sent directly to the social network by the browser, where is stored.
Please refer to the notes on data protection on the respecting networks or websites for questions regarding the reason and scope of this data acquisition, its further processing and usage of the data by social networks, as well as your rights and setting availabilities in order to protect your private sphere. Links for this can be found below.
If you don’t want social networks to gather any data on you from our internet presence, then please log out of these networks before visiting our internet presence.
Even when you’re not logged on to any social media platforms, websites with active social plug-in can send data to these networks. With active social plug-ins, every visit to a website leaves a cookie with an identifier. As your browser sends this identification without asking every time you log onto a network-server, the network is generally able to make a profile about which websites have been visited by the user with this identification. And it cannot then be ruled out that his identification is again assigned to a person at a later date when logging on to social network
If you don’t want social networks to gather any data on you by using the active plug-in, then you can either deactivate the social plug-in simply by clicking on our website, or select the field „Block cookies from third parties”. The browser then sends no cookies to the server with embedded content. Note, that in certain circumstances, this setting can hinder other functions across other websites as well as the plug-in.
Use of Google Analytics
This website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc. (“Google”). Google Analytics uses “cookies”, which are text files saved on your computer, to allow the website to analyse how it is used. The information generated by the cookie about your use of the website (including your IP address) will be transmitted to and stored by Google on servers in the United States.
If anonymisation has been activated on this website, your IP address will previously be shortened by Google within the member states of the EU or in other states party to the agreement on the European economic area. Only in exceptional circumstances will the full IP address be transmitted to a Google server in the USA and shortened there. Google will use the information on the behalf of this website’s operators in order to evaluate the website’s usage, to compile reports on the website’s activities and to provide other services relating to the operators of this website.
Click on the following link to hinder the acquisition of date by Google Analytics. It will place an Opt-Out-Cookie onto your computer that will stop any data being generated by visiting this website:
Click here to opt-out.
For more information on the conditions of use and data protection, please visit http://www.google.com/analytics/terms/de.html or https://www.google.de/intl/de/policies/. Note that Google Analytics on this website has been expanded by the code gat._anonymizeIp(); “ to guarantee the IP address can be compiled anonymously (IP masking).