The protection of your data is a major concern to us. Therefore, we only collect and process personal data to the extent technically necessary. In the following, we inform you which data we collect from you for which purpose during your visit of our website. The processing of personal data is subject to the applicable data protection regulations, especially the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Providing the website
During a visit of our website, your browser automatically provides data to our webservers. This data is necessary for the communication between your browser and our webservers and, therefore, to provide the website. The following data will be temporarily saved in a logfile:
- IP address of requesting client
- date and time of access
- URL and transferred data volume of fetched file
- access status ("requested file transferred", "not found", etc.)
- user agent of used browser and operating system (if communicated by requesting browser)
- referring website, from which the request was made (if communicated by requesting browser)
The data is deleted as soon as it is no longer needed to achieve the described purposes. Generally, this happens latest after one month.
The data processing happens on the basis of Article 6.1(f) GDPR. The date collection in the described scope is mandatory for the security and the operation of our webservers. Therefore, there is no opportunity for objection.
Contact / electronic mail (e-mail)
Personal data that you give to us yourself, e. g. by electronic mail (e-mail), will be processed by us to handle your concern. This data will of course only be used for the purposes intended.
Data, that you send to us by electronic mail (e-mail), can potentially be overheard by third parties on the communication path. We have no influence on that.
When sending us e-mails, for example your address data (e-mail address) will be processed by our mailservers to deliver the electronic mail.
As a matter of course, we apply filters against unsolicited advertising (SPAM filters), which can falsely categorize normal e-mails as unsolicited advertising and automatically delete them in rare cases. E-mails that contain harmful programs (e. g. viruses) will be deleted by us in any case. For this purpose, e-mails are automatically analyzed, i. e., the contents of e-mails as well as their headers (e. g. e-mail addresses) are processed by appropriate filter programs.
The data processing happens on the basis of Article 6.1(f) GDPR. The data collection in the described scope is mandatory for the security and the operation of our mailservers. Therefore, there is no opportunity for objection.