1. Collection and processing of personal data
Basically, most offers and services are intended for anonymous use. By visiting my website, no personal records of your use are generated, only anonymous data is stored. Anonymous data is data that can not be traced back to your person. The analysis of anonymous data is used, for example, to analyze which pages were visited and how often, in order to make my offer more user-friendly and to adapt to the wishes and needs of my clients. Personal data is the information that makes it possible to identify a person. This includes in particular name, address and telephone number. Insofar as you provide personal data within my Internet presence, these will only be used within the scope of your consent and for the sole purpose stated on the respective page (for example, sending documents). You have the option to revoke your consent at any time. We do not share any personal information with third parties. If personal data must be collected for the provision of our services, these are stored for the period of the legal retention period of documents, afterwards deleted. If you are asked to enter personal data, please note that data transmission via the Internet is unsecured and the data may therefore be seen by unauthorized persons or even modified. The intended entry of incorrect data will be prosecuted.
2. Dealing with e-mail addresses
If you send us an e-mail, we use your e-mail address only for correspondence with you; a transfer to third parties does not take place.
3. Information available
Upon request, you can obtain free information about the data stored about you. Please inform us if we have stored incorrect data about you so that we can correct or delete them.
4. Encryption of data during transmission
Information transmitted over the Internet is usually unencrypted. Since the path of the data between the server and the local PC can never be accurately predicted, transmitted information can basically be viewed in many places. It is therefore expressly pointed out that the transmission of data on the Internet (for example in the case of communication by e-mail) has security gaps and can not be completely protected against access by third parties.