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HOTEL DREILÄNDERECK BAUTZNER STR. 9  |  02763 ZITTAU  |  PHONE +49 3583 555-0  |  FAX +49 3583 555-222  |  MAIL: INFO@HOTEL-DLE.DE
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1. An overview of data protection General information The   following   information   will   provide   you   with   an   easy   to   navigate   overview   of   what   will   happen   with   your   personal   data   when   you   visit   our   website.   The   term „personal data“ comprises all data that can be used to personally identify you. For detailed information about the subject matter of data protection, please consult our Data Protection Declaration, which we have included beneath this copy. Data recording on our website Who is the responsible party for the recording of data on this website (i.e. the „controller“)? The   data   on   this   website   is   processed   by   the   operator   of   the   website,   whose   contact   information   is   available   under   section   „Information   Required   by   Law“   on   this website. How do we record your data? We collect your data as a result of your sharing of your data with us. This may, for instance be information you enter into our contact form. Our   IT   systems   automatically   record   other   data   when   you   visit   our   website.   This   data   comprises   primarily   technical   information   (e.g.   web   browser,   operating   system   or time the site was accessed). This information is recorded automatically when you access our website. What are the purposes we use your data for? A portion of the information is generated to guarantee the error free provision of the website. Other data may be used to analyse your user patterns. What rights do you have as far as your information is concerned? You   have   the   right   to   receive   information   about   the   source,   recipients   and   purposes   of   your   archived   personal   data   at   any   time   without   having   to   pay   a   fee   for   such disclosures.   You   also   have   the   right   to   demand   that   your   data   are   rectified,   blocked   or   eradicated.   Please   do   not   hesitate   to   contact   us   at   any   time   under   the   address disclosed   in   section   „Information   Required   by   Law“   on   this   website   if   you   have   questions   about   this   or   any   other   data   protection   related   issues.   You   also   have   the   right to log a complaint with the competent supervising agency. Moreover,   under   certain   circumstances,   you   have   the   right   to   demand   the   restriction   of   the   processing   of   your   personal   data.   For   details,   please   consult   the   Data Protection Declaration under section „Right to Restriction of Data Processing.“ 2. General information and mandatory information Data protection The   operators   of   this   website   and   its   pages   take   the   protection   of   your   personal   data   very   seriously.   Hence,   we   handle   your   personal   data   as   confidential   information and in compliance with the statutory data protection regulations and this Data Protection Declaration. Whenever   you   use   this   website,   a   variety   of   personal   information   will   be   collected.   Personal   data   comprises   data   that   can   be   used   to   personally   identify   you.   This   Data Protection   Declaration   explains   which   data   we   collect   as   well   as   the   purposes   we   use   this   data   for.   It   also   explains   how,   and   for   which   purpose   the   information   is collected.   We   herewith   advise   you   that   the   transmission   of   data   via   the   Internet   (i.e.   through   e-mail   communications)   may   be   prone   to   security   gaps.   It   is   not   possible to completely protect data against third party access. Information about the responsible party (referred to as the „controller“ in the GDPR) The data processing controller on this website is: Hotel und Parkhaus Dreiländereck Zittau GmbH Geschäftsführer: Herr Dietrich Mickau Bautzener Straße 9 02763 Zittau Phone: 035835550 Mail: info@hotel-dle.de The   controller   is   the   natural   person   or   legal   entity   that   single-handedly   or   jointly   with   others   makes   decisions   as   to   the   purposes   of   and   resources   for   the   processing   of personal data (e.g. names, e-mail addresses, etc.). Revocation of your consent to the processing of data A   wide   range   of   data   processing   transactions   are   possible   only   subject   to   your   express   consent.   You   can   also   revoke   at   any   time   any   consent   you   have   already   given   us. To do so, all you are required to do is sent us an informal notification via e-mail. This shall be without prejudice to the lawfulness of any data collection that occurred prior to your revocation. Right to object to the collection of data in special cases; right to object to direct advertising (Art. 21 GDPR) In   the   event   that   data   are   processed   on   the   basis   of   Art.   6   Sect.   1   lit.   e   or   f   GDPR,   you   have   the   right   to   at   any   time   object   to   the processing   of   your   personal   data   based   on   grounds   arising   from   your   unique   situation.   This   also   applies   to   any   profiling   based   on   these provisions.   To   determine   the   legal   basis,   on   which   any   processing   of   data   is   based,   please   consult   this   Data   Protection   Declaration.   If   you log   an   objection,   we   will   no   longer   process   your   affected   personal   data,   unless   we   are   in   a   position   to   present   compelling   protection worthy   grounds   for   the   processing   of   your   data,   that   outweigh   your   interests,   rights   and   freedoms   or   if   the   purpose   of   the   processing   is the claiming, exercising or defence of legal entitlements (objection pursuant to Art. 21 Sect. 1 GDPR). If   your   personal   data   is   being   processed   in   order   to   engage   in   direct   advertising,   you   have   the   right   to   at   any   time   object   to   the processing   of   your   affected   personal   data   for   the   purposes   of   such   advertising.   This   also   applies   to   profiling   to   the   extent   that   it   is affiliated   with   such   direct   advertising.   If   you   object,   your   personal   data   will   subsequently   no   longer   be   used   for   direct   advertising purposes (objection pursuant to Art. 21 Sect. 2 GDPR). Right to log a complaint with the competent supervisory agency In   the   event   of   violations   of   the   GDPR,   data   subjects   are   entitled   to   log   a   complaint   with   a   supervisory   agency,   in   particular   in   the   member   state   where   they   usually maintain   their   domicile,   place   of   work   or   at   the   place   where   the   alleged   violation   occurred.   The   right   to   log   a   complaint   is   in   effect   regardless   of   any   other administrative or court proceedings available as legal recourses. Right to data portability You   have   the   right   to   demand   that   we   hand   over   any   data   we   automatically   process   on   the   basis   of   your   consent   or   in   order   to   fulfil   a   contract   be   handed   over   to   you or   a   third   party   in   a   commonly   used,   machine   readable   format.   If   you   should   demand   the   direct   transfer   of   the   data   to   another   controller,   this   will   be   done   only   if   it   is technically feasible. Information about, blockage, rectification and eradication of data Within   the   scope   of   the   applicable   statutory   provisions,   you   have   the   right   to   at   any   time   demand   information   about   your   archived   personal   data,   their   source   and recipients   as   well   as   the   purpose   of   the   processing   of   your   data.   You   may   also   have   a   right   to   have   your   data   rectified,   blocked   or   eradicated.   If   you   have   questions about   this   subject   matter   or   any   other   questions   about   personal   data,   please   do   not   hesitate   to   contact   us   at   any   time   at   the   address   provided   in   section   „Information Required by Law.“ Right to demand processing restrictions You   have   the   right   to   demand   the   imposition   of   restrictions   as   far   as   the   processing   of   your   personal   data   is   concerned.   To   do   so,   you   may   contact   us   at   any   time   at   the address provided in section „Information Required by Law.“ The right to demand restriction of processing applies in the following cases: -   In   the   event   that   you   should   dispute   the   correctness   of   your   data   archived   by   us,   we   will   usually   need   some   time   to   verify   this   claim.   During   the   time   that   this investigation is ongoing, you have the right to demand that we restrict the processing of your personal data. -   If   the   processing   of   your   personal   data   was/is   conducted   in   an   unlawful   manner,   you   have   the   option   to   demand   the   restriction   of   the   processing   of   your   data   in   lieu of demanding the eradication of this data. -   If   we   do   not   need   your   personal   data   any   longer   and   you   need   it   to   exercise,   defend   or   claim   legal   entitlements,   you   have   the   right   to   demand   the   restriction   of   the processing of your personal data instead of its eradication. -   If   you   have   raised   an   objection   pursuant   to   Art.   21   Sect.   1   GDPR,   your   rights   and   our   rights   will   have   to   be   weighed   against   each   other.   As   long   as   it   has   not   been determined whose interests prevail, you have the right to demand a restriction of the processing of your personal data. If   you   have   restricted   the   processing   of   your   personal   data,   these   data   –   with   the   exception   of   their   archiving   –   may   be   processed   only   subject   to   your   consent   or   to claim,   exercise   or   defend   legal   entitlements   or   to   protect   the   rights   of   other   natural   persons   or   legal   entities   or   for   important   public   interest   reasons   cited   by   the European Union or a member state of the EU. Rejection of unsolicited e-mails We   herewith   object   to   the   use   of   contact   information   published   in   conjunction   with   the   mandatory   information   to   be   provided   in   section   „Information   Required   by Law“   to   send   us   promotional   and   information   material   that   we   have   not   expressly   requested.   The   operators   of   this   website   and   its   pages   reserve   the   express   right   to take legal action in the event of the unsolicited sending of promotional information, for instance via SPAM messages. 3. Recording of data on our website Cookies In   some   instances,   our   website   and   its   pages   use   so-called   cookies.   Cookies   do   not   cause   any   damage   to   your   computer   and   do   not   contain   viruses.   The   purpose   of cookies is to make our website more user friendly, effective and more secure. Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer and stored by your browser. Most   of   the   cookies   we   use   are   so-called   „session   cookies.“   They   are   automatically   deleted   after   your   leave   our   site.   Other   cookies   will   remain   archived   on   your   device until you delete them. These cookies enable us to recognise your browser the next time you visit our website. You   can   adjust   the   settings   of   your   browser   to   make   sure   that   you   are   notified   every   time   cookies   are   placed   and   to   enable   you   to   accept   cookies   only   in   specific   cases or   to   exclude   the   acceptance   of   cookies   for   specific   situations   or   in   general   and   to   activate   the   automatic   deletion   of   cookies   when   you   close   your   browser.   If   you deactivate cookies, the functions of this website may be limited. Cookies   that   are   required   for   the   performance   of   the   electronic   communications   transaction   or   to   provide   certain   functions   you   want   to   use   (e.g.   the   shopping   cart function),   are   stored   on   the   basis   of   Art.   6   Sect.   1   lit.   f   GDPR.   The   website   operator   has   a   legitimate   interest   in   storing   cookies   to   ensure   the   technically   error   freen   and optimised   provision   of   the   operator’s   services.   If   other   cookies   (e.g.   cookies   for   the   analysis   of   your   browsing   patterns)   should   be   stored,   they   are   addressed   separately in this Data Protection Declaration. Server log files The   provider   of   this   website   and   its   pages   automatically   collects   and   stores   information   in   so-called   server   log   files,   which   your   browser   communicates   to   us automatically. The information comprises: - The type and version of browser used - The used operating system - Referrer URL - The hostname of the accessing computer - The time of the server inquiry - The IP address This data is not merged with other data sources. This   data   is   recorded   on   the   basis   of   Art.   6   Sect.   1   lit.   f   GDPR.   The   operator   of   the   website   has   a   legitimate   interest   in   the   technically   error   free   depiction   and   the optimization of the operator’s website. In order to achieve this, server log files must be recorded. Contact form If   you   submit   inquiries   to   us   via   our   contact   form,   the   information   provided   in   the   contact   form   as   well   as   any   contact   information   provided   therein   will   be   stored   by   us in order to handle your inquiry and in the event that we have further questions. We will not share this information without your consent. Hence,   the   processing   of   the   data   entered   into   the   contact   form   occurs   exclusively   based   on   your   consent   (Art.   6   Sect.   1   lit.   a   GDPR).   You   have   the   right   to   revoke   at   any time   any   consent   you   have   already   given   us.   To   do   so,   all   you   are   required   to   do   is   sent   us   an   informal   notification   via   e-mail.   This   shall   be   without   prejudice   to   the lawfulness of any data collection that occurred prior to your revocation. The   information   you   have   entered   into   the   contact   form   shall   remain   with   us   until   you   ask   us   to   eradicate   the   data,   revoke   your   consent   to   the   archiving   of   data   or   if the   purpose   for   which   the   information   is   being   archived   no   longer   exists   (e.g.   after   we   have   concluded   our   response   to   your   inquiry).   This   shall   be   without   prejudice   to any mandatory legal provisions – in particular retention periods. Processing of data (customer and contract data) We   collect,   process   and   use   personal   data   only   to   the   extent   necessary   for   the   establishment,   content   organization   or   change   of   the   legal   relationship   (data   inventory). These   actions   are   taken   on   the   basis   of   Art.   6   Sect.   1   lit.   b   GDPR,   which   permits   the   processing   of   data   for   the   fulfilment   of   a   contract   or   pre-contractual   actions.   We collect,   process   and   use   personal   data   concerning   the   use   of   our   website   (usage   data)   only   to   the   extent   that   this   is   necessary   to   make   it   possible   for   users   to   utilize   the services   and   to   bill   for   them.   The   collected   customer   data   shall   be   eradicated   upon   completion   of   the   order   or   the   termination   of   the   business   relationship.   This   shall be without prejudice to any statutory retention mandates. 4. Plug-ins and Tools Google Web Fonts To   ensure   that   fonts   used   on   this   website   are   uniform,   this   website   uses   so-called   Web   Fonts   provided   by   Google.   When   you   access   a   page   on   our   website,   your browser   will   load   the   required   web   fonts   into   your   browser   cache   to   correctly   display   text   and   fonts.   To   do   this,   the   browser   you   use   will   have   to   establish   a   connection with   Google’s   servers.   As   a   result,   Google   will   learn   that   your   IP   address   was   used   to   access   our   website.   The   use   of   Google   Web   Fonts   is   based   on   our   interest   in presenting   our   online   content   in   a   uniform   and   appealing   way.   According   to   Art.   6   Sect.   1   lit.   f   GDPR,   this   is   a   legitimate   interest.   If   your   browser   should   not   support Web Fonts, a standard font installed on your computer will be used. For more information on Google Web Fonts, please follow this link: https://developers.google.com/fonts/  and consult Google’s Data Privacy Declaration under:  https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=en . Google Maps Via   an   API,   this   website   uses   the   mapping   service   Google   Maps.   The   provider   is   Google   Ireland   Limited   („Google“),   Gordon   House,   Barrow   Street,   Dublin   4,   Ireland.   To enable   the   use   of   the   Google   Maps   features,   your   IP   address   must   be   stored.   As   a   rule,   this   information   is   transferred   to   one   of   Google’s   servers   in   the   United   States, where   it   is   archived.   The   operator   of   this   website   has   no   control   over   the   data   transfer.   We   use   Google   Maps   to   present   our   online   content   in   an   appealing   manner   and to make the locations disclosed on our website easy to find. This constitutes a legitimate interest as defined in Art. 6 Sect. 1 lit. f GDPR. For more information on the handling of user data, please review Google’s Data Privacy Declaration under: https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=en . (Quelle: http://www.e-recht24.de)
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1. An overview of data protection General information The    following    information    will    provide    you    with    an    easy    to navigate   overview   of   what   will   happen   with   your   personal   data when   you   visit   our   website.   The   term   „personal   data“   comprises   all data    that    can    be    used    to    personally    identify    you.    For    detailed information   about   the   subject   matter   of   data   protection,   please consult our   Data   Protection   Declaration,   which   we   have   included   beneath this copy. Data recording on our website Who is the responsible party for the recording of data on this website (i.e. the „controller“)? The    data    on    this    website    is    processed    by    the    operator    of    the website,    whose    contact    information    is    available    under    section „Information Required by Law“ on this website. How do we record your data? We   collect   your   data   as   a   result   of   your   sharing   of   your   data   with us.    This    may,    for    instance    be    information    you    enter    into    our contact form. Our   IT   systems   automatically   record   other   data   when   you   visit   our website.   This   data   comprises   primarily   technical   information   (e.g. web   browser,   operating   system   or   time   the   site   was   accessed). This   information   is   recorded   automatically   when   you   access   our website. What are the purposes we use your data for? A   portion   of   the   information   is   generated   to   guarantee   the   error free   provision   of   the   website.   Other   data   may   be   used   to   analyse your user patterns. What rights do you have as far as your information is concerned? You    have    the    right    to    receive    information    about    the    source, recipients   and   purposes   of   your   archived   personal   data   at   any time   without   having   to   pay   a   fee   for   such   disclosures.   You   also have   the   right   to   demand   that   your   data   are   rectified,   blocked   or eradicated.   Please   do   not   hesitate   to   contact   us   at   any   time   under the   address   disclosed   in   section   „Information   Required   by   Law“   on this   website   if   you   have   questions   about   this   or   any   other   data protection    related    issues.    You    also    have    the    right    to    log    a complaint with the competent supervising agency. Moreover,    under    certain    circumstances,    you    have    the    right    to demand   the   restriction   of   the   processing   of   your   personal   data. For   details,   please   consult   the   Data   Protection   Declaration   under section „Right to Restriction of Data Processing.“ 2. General information and mandatory information Data protection The   operators   of   this   website   and   its   pages   take   the   protection   of your   personal   data   very   seriously.   Hence,   we   handle   your   personal data    as    confidential    information    and    in    compliance    with    the statutory    data    protection    regulations    and    this    Data    Protection Declaration. Whenever   you   use   this   website,   a   variety   of   personal   information will   be   collected.   Personal   data   comprises   data   that   can   be   used   to personally   identify   you.   This   Data   Protection   Declaration   explains which   data   we   collect   as   well   as   the   purposes   we   use   this   data   for. It   also   explains   how,   and   for   which   purpose   the   information   is collected.   We   herewith   advise   you   that   the   transmission   of   data   via the   Internet   (i.e.   through   e-mail   communications)   may   be   prone   to security   gaps.   It   is   not   possible   to   completely   protect   data   against third party access. Information about the responsible party (referred to as the „controller“ in the GDPR) The data processing controller on this website is: Hotel und Parkhaus Dreiländereck Zittau GmbH Geschäftsführer: Herr Dietrich Mickau Bautzener Straße 9 02763 Zittau Phone: 035835550 Mail: info@hotel-dle.de The   controller   is   the   natural   person   or   legal   entity   that   single- handedly    or    jointly    with    others    makes    decisions    as    to    the purposes   of   and   resources   for   the   processing   of   personal   data (e.g. names, e-mail addresses, etc.). Revocation of your consent to the processing of data A   wide   range   of   data   processing   transactions   are   possible   only subject   to   your   express   consent.   You   can   also   revoke   at   any   time any    consent    you    have    already    given    us.    To    do    so,    all    you    are required   to   do   is   sent   us   an   informal   notification   via   e-mail.   This shall   be   without   prejudice   to   the   lawfulness   of   any   data   collection that occurred prior to your revocation. Right    to    object    to    the    collection    of    data    in    special cases;    right    to    object    to    direct    advertising    (Art.    21 GDPR) In   the   event   that   data   are   processed   on   the   basis   of Art.   6   Sect.   1   lit.   e   or   f   GDPR,   you   have   the   right   to   at any    time    object    to    the    processing    of    your    personal data    based    on    grounds    arising    from    your    unique situation.   This   also   applies   to   any   profiling   based   on these    provisions.    To    determine    the    legal    basis,    on which   any   processing   of   data   is   based,   please   consult this     Data     Protection     Declaration.     If     you     log     an objection,    we    will    no    longer    process    your    affected personal   data,   unless   we   are   in   a   position   to   present compelling      protection      worthy      grounds      for      the processing   of   your   data,   that   outweigh   your   interests, rights     and     freedoms     or     if     the     purpose     of     the processing    is    the    claiming,    exercising    or    defence    of legal   entitlements   (objection   pursuant   to   Art.   21   Sect. 1 GDPR). If   your   personal   data   is   being   processed   in   order   to engage   in   direct   advertising,   you   have   the   right   to   at any    time    object    to    the    processing    of    your    affected personal   data   for   the   purposes   of   such   advertising. This   also   applies   to   profiling   to   the   extent   that   it   is affiliated   with   such   direct   advertising.   If   you   object, your    personal    data    will    subsequently    no    longer    be used     for     direct     advertising     purposes     (objection pursuant to Art. 21 Sect. 2 GDPR). Right to log a complaint with the competent supervisory agency In   the   event   of   violations   of   the   GDPR,   data   subjects   are   entitled   to log    a    complaint    with    a    supervisory    agency,    in    particular    in    the member   state   where   they   usually   maintain   their   domicile,   place   of work   or   at   the   place   where   the   alleged   violation   occurred.   The right    to    log    a    complaint    is    in    effect    regardless    of    any    other administrative or court proceedings available as legal recourses. Right to data portability You   have   the   right   to   demand   that   we   hand   over   any   data   we automatically   process   on   the   basis   of   your   consent   or   in   order   to fulfil    a    contract    be    handed    over    to    you    or    a    third    party    in    a commonly   used,   machine   readable   format.   If   you   should   demand the   direct   transfer   of   the   data   to   another   controller,   this   will   be done only if it is technically feasible. Information about, blockage, rectification and eradication of data Within   the   scope   of   the   applicable   statutory   provisions,   you   have the   right   to   at   any   time   demand   information   about   your   archived personal   data,   their   source   and   recipients   as   well   as   the   purpose of   the   processing   of   your   data.   You   may   also   have   a   right   to   have your   data   rectified,   blocked   or   eradicated.   If   you   have   questions about   this   subject   matter   or   any   other   questions   about   personal data,    please    do    not    hesitate    to    contact    us    at    any    time    at    the address provided in section „Information Required by Law.“ Right to demand processing restrictions You   have   the   right   to   demand   the   imposition   of   restrictions   as   far as   the   processing   of   your   personal   data   is   concerned.   To   do   so, you   may   contact   us   at   any   time   at   the   address   provided   in   section „Information   Required   by   Law.“   The   right   to   demand   restriction   of processing applies in the following cases: -   In   the   event   that   you   should   dispute   the   correctness   of   your   data archived   by   us,   we   will   usually   need   some   time   to   verify   this   claim. During   the   time   that   this   investigation   is   ongoing,   you   have   the right   to   demand   that   we   restrict   the   processing   of   your   personal data. -   If   the   processing   of   your   personal   data   was/is   conducted   in   an unlawful   manner,   you   have   the   option   to   demand   the   restriction of     the     processing     of     your     data     in     lieu     of     demanding     the eradication of this data. -   If   we   do   not   need   your   personal   data   any   longer   and   you   need   it to   exercise,   defend   or   claim   legal   entitlements,   you   have   the   right to   demand   the   restriction   of   the   processing   of   your   personal   data instead of its eradication. -   If   you   have   raised   an   objection   pursuant   to   Art.   21   Sect.   1   GDPR, your   rights   and   our   rights   will   have   to   be   weighed   against   each other.    As    long    as    it    has    not    been    determined    whose    interests prevail,    you    have    the    right    to    demand    a    restriction    of    the processing of your personal data. If   you   have   restricted   the   processing   of   your   personal   data,   these data   –   with   the   exception   of   their   archiving   –   may   be   processed only   subject   to   your   consent   or   to   claim,   exercise   or   defend   legal entitlements   or   to   protect   the   rights   of   other   natural   persons   or legal   entities   or   for   important   public   interest   reasons   cited   by   the European Union or a member state of the EU. Rejection of unsolicited e-mails We   herewith   object   to   the   use   of   contact   information   published   in conjunction    with    the    mandatory    information    to    be    provided    in section   „Information   Required   by   Law“   to   send   us   promotional and   information   material   that   we   have   not   expressly   requested. The   operators   of   this   website   and   its   pages   reserve   the   express right   to   take   legal   action   in   the   event   of   the   unsolicited   sending   of promotional information, for instance via SPAM messages. 3. Recording of data on our website Cookies In    some    instances,    our    website    and    its    pages    use    so-called cookies.   Cookies   do   not   cause   any   damage   to   your   computer   and do   not   contain   viruses.   The   purpose   of   cookies   is   to   make   our website   more   user   friendly,   effective   and   more   secure.   Cookies   are small   text   files   that   are   placed   on   your   computer   and   stored   by your browser. Most   of   the   cookies   we   use   are   so-called   „session   cookies.“   They are   automatically   deleted   after   your   leave   our   site.   Other   cookies will   remain   archived   on   your   device   until   you   delete   them.   These cookies   enable   us   to   recognise   your   browser   the   next   time   you visit our website. You   can   adjust   the   settings   of   your   browser   to   make   sure   that   you are   notified   every   time   cookies   are   placed   and   to   enable   you   to accept   cookies   only   in   specific   cases   or   to   exclude   the   acceptance of   cookies   for   specific   situations   or   in   general   and   to   activate   the automatic   deletion   of   cookies   when   you   close   your   browser.   If   you deactivate cookies, the functions of this website may be limited. Cookies   that   are   required   for   the   performance   of   the   electronic communications   transaction   or   to   provide   certain   functions   you want   to   use   (e.g.   the   shopping   cart   function),   are   stored   on   the basis   of   Art.   6   Sect.   1   lit.   f   GDPR.   The   website   operator   has   a legitimate    interest    in    storing    cookies    to    ensure    the    technically error   freen   and   optimised   provision   of   the   operator’s   services.   If other    cookies    (e.g.    cookies    for    the    analysis    of    your    browsing patterns)   should   be   stored,   they   are   addressed   separately   in   this Data Protection Declaration. Server log files The   provider   of   this   website   and   its   pages   automatically   collects and   stores   information   in   so-called   server   log   files,   which   your browser    communicates    to    us    automatically.    The    information comprises: - The type and version of browser used - The used operating system - Referrer URL - The hostname of the accessing computer - The time of the server inquiry - The IP address This data is not merged with other data sources. This   data   is   recorded   on   the   basis   of   Art.   6   Sect.   1   lit.   f   GDPR.   The operator   of   the   website   has   a   legitimate   interest   in   the   technically error    free    depiction    and    the    optimization    of    the    operator’s website. In order to achieve this, server log files must be recorded. Contact form If   you   submit   inquiries   to   us   via   our   contact   form,   the   information provided   in   the   contact   form   as   well   as   any   contact   information provided    therein    will    be    stored    by    us    in    order    to    handle    your inquiry   and   in   the   event   that   we   have   further   questions.   We   will not share this information without your consent. Hence,   the   processing   of   the   data   entered   into   the   contact   form occurs    exclusively    based    on    your    consent    (Art.    6    Sect.    1    lit.    a GDPR).   You   have   the   right   to   revoke   at   any   time   any   consent   you have   already   given   us.   To   do   so,   all   you   are   required   to   do   is   sent us    an    informal    notification    via    e-mail.    This    shall    be    without prejudice   to   the   lawfulness   of   any   data   collection   that   occurred prior to your revocation. The    information    you    have    entered    into    the    contact    form    shall remain   with   us   until   you   ask   us   to   eradicate   the   data,   revoke   your consent   to   the   archiving   of   data   or   if   the   purpose   for   which   the information   is   being   archived   no   longer   exists   (e.g.   after   we   have concluded   our   response   to   your   inquiry).   This   shall   be   without prejudice    to    any    mandatory    legal    provisions    –    in    particular retention periods. Processing of data (customer and contract data) We    collect,    process    and    use    personal    data    only    to    the    extent necessary   for   the   establishment,   content   organization   or   change of   the   legal   relationship   (data   inventory).   These   actions   are   taken on    the    basis    of    Art.    6    Sect.    1    lit.    b    GDPR,    which    permits    the processing    of    data    for    the    fulfilment    of    a    contract    or    pre- contractual    actions.    We    collect,    process    and    use    personal    data concerning   the   use   of   our   website   (usage   data)   only   to   the   extent that   this   is   necessary   to   make   it   possible   for   users   to   utilize   the services   and   to   bill   for   them.   The   collected   customer   data   shall   be eradicated   upon   completion   of   the   order   or   the   termination   of   the business    relationship.    This    shall    be    without    prejudice    to    any statutory retention mandates. 4. Plug-ins and Tools Google Web Fonts To   ensure   that   fonts   used   on   this   website   are   uniform,   this   website uses   so-called   Web   Fonts   provided   by   Google.   When   you   access   a page   on   our   website,   your   browser   will   load   the   required   web fonts   into   your   browser   cache   to   correctly   display   text   and   fonts. To   do   this,   the   browser   you   use   will   have   to   establish   a   connection with   Google’s   servers.   As   a   result,   Google   will   learn   that   your   IP address   was   used   to   access   our   website.   The   use   of   Google   Web Fonts   is   based   on   our   interest   in   presenting   our   online   content   in   a uniform   and   appealing   way.   According   to   Art.   6   Sect.   1   lit.   f   GDPR, this   is   a   legitimate   interest.   If   your   browser   should   not   support Web   Fonts,   a   standard   font   installed   on   your   computer   will   be used.   For   more   information   on   Google   Web   Fonts,   please   follow this link: https://developers.google.com/fonts/     and    consult    Google’s    Data Privacy                                       Declaration                                       under:   https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=en . Google Maps Via   an   API,   this   website   uses   the   mapping   service   Google   Maps. The   provider   is   Google   Ireland   Limited   („Google“),   Gordon   House, Barrow   Street,   Dublin   4,   Ireland.   To   enable   the   use   of   the   Google Maps   features,   your   IP   address   must   be   stored.   As   a   rule,   this information   is   transferred   to   one   of   Google’s   servers   in   the   United States,   where   it   is   archived.   The   operator   of   this   website   has   no control   over   the   data   transfer.   We   use   Google   Maps   to   present   our online   content   in   an   appealing   manner   and   to   make   the   locations disclosed   on   our   website   easy   to   find.   This   constitutes   a   legitimate interest as defined in Art. 6 Sect. 1 lit. f GDPR. For   more   information   on   the   handling   of   user   data,   please   review Google’s              Data              Privacy              Declaration              under: https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=en . (Quelle: http://www.e-recht24.de)
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