What are cookies;
Cookies are short texts of software code, which are sent to be stored by the Web server of our company in your terminal equipment with their basic function of communicating to us data of your browser. Depending on their duration, cookies are either "temporary" (Session cookies) or "persistent" (persistent cookies). "Temporary cookies" are cookies that are automatically erased when you close your browser, while "persistent cookies" remain stored in your terminal equipment until they have completed their predetermined time of validity.
Yes, we use certain cookies with the main purpose to make the site more functional and more popular for our users.
What types of Cookies do we use?
Our company uses "temporary cookies" for the following purposes:
- To automatically identify you as a registered user after login or to browse secure subpages.
Further, we use "persistent cookies" for the following purposes:
- To improve the performance of our website.
- For personalizing your interface and personalizing the function of our website.
- To provide online content that is relevant to your choices and interests
- For the "Remember Me" function
What types of Cookies do we not use?
Our company uses only its own cookies and does not use any cookie, which comes from third parties. Indicatively, we do not use internet advertising companies ' cookies to record the consumer behavior of our users.
Through our cookies we collect and process the following types of data:
- Terminal equipment identification data and Internet Protocol address of the user.
- Navigation data within the website.
- Product/Service preference information.
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Your rights in relation to personal data
Right to information - Art. 15 GDPR
With the right to information, the data subject receives a comprehensive insight into the data that is about him and some other important criteria such as the processing purposes or the duration of the storage. The exceptions to this right under § 3 apply.
Right to rectification - Art. 16 GDPR
The right to correction includes the possibility for the data subject to have their personal data corrected inaccurate.
Right to cancellation - Art. 17 GDPR
The right to delete includes the possibility for the data subject to delete data from the responsible person. However, this is only possible if the person-related personal data are no longer necessary, are processed unlawfully or a consent has been revoked. The exceptions to this right governed by § 3e BDSG apply .
Right to restriction of processing - Art. 18 GDPR
The right to restriction of processing includes the possibility for the data subject to prevent further processing of his personal data for the time being. A limitation occurs above all in the examination phase of other rights perceived by the person concerned.
Data transferability - Art. 20 GDPR
The right to data portability includes the ability for the data subject to obtain the personal data that he / she wants to use in a standard, machine-readable format from the person responsible, in order to have it forwarded to another person responsible if necessary.
Right to objection - Art. 21 GDPR
The right of opposition includes the possibility for data subjects to object in a particular situation to the further processing of their personal data, insofar as this is justified by the performance of public duties or public and private interests.