Data protection

Name and contact of the person responsible according to Article 4 para. 7 DSGVO

M1 MED BEAUTY BERLIN GMBH

Grü­nauer Straße 5
12557 Berlin
Phone: +49 (0) 030 34 74 74 404 (no cus­tomer ser­vice!)
E-Mail: info@m1-beauty.de

Data pro­tec­tion com­mis­sion­er:
Name: Sascha Höpp­n­er
Address: Grü­nauer Straße 5, 12557 Berlin
E-Mail: datenschutz@m1-beauty.de

LIABILITY FOR CONTENT

The con­tent of our pages is cre­at­ed with the great­est care. How­ev­er we can­not accept any lia­bil­i­ty for the accu­ra­cy or com­plete­ness of the con­tents, or how up to date they are. As a ser­vice provider, we are respon­si­ble accord­ing to § 7 Para.1 of the TMG (Ger­man Tele-Media Law) for our own con­tent under gen­er­al law. How­ev­er, accord­ing to §§ 8 to 10 of the Ger­man TMG (Ger­man Tele-Media Law), we are not under any oblig­a­tion to mon­i­tor trans­ferred or stored infor­ma­tion from third par­ties or to inves­ti­gate such infor­ma­tion for evi­dence of ille­gal activ­i­ty. This does not affect oblig­a­tions under gen­er­al law to remove or block the use of infor­ma­tion. How­ev­er, this lia­bil­i­ty only applies from the point in time when a con­crete infringe­ment of the law becomes known. As soon as we become aware of rel­e­vant breach­es of the law, we will remove the con­tent imme­di­ate­ly.

LIABILITY FOR LINKS

Our offer con­tains links to exter­nal third par­ty web­sites and we have no influ­ence over the con­tents of those sites. There­fore we can accept no lia­bil­i­ty for this third par­ty con­tent. In each case, the provider or oper­a­tor of the pages is respon­si­ble for them. At the time of set­ting up the link, the linked pages are checked for pos­si­ble vio­la­tions of the law. At the time the link was set up, no ille­gal con­tents were evi­dent. How­ev­er, a per­ma­nent check of the con­tents of linked pages is not fea­si­ble with­out con­crete indi­ca­tions of a vio­la­tion of the law. If we become aware of any vio­la­tions of the law, we will remove such links imme­di­ate­ly.

COPYRIGHT

The con­tents and works pro­vid­ed by the page oper­a­tor on these pages are sub­ject to Ger­man copy­right law. All repro­duc­tion, pro­cess­ing, dis­tri­b­u­tion, and any kind of uti­liza­tion out­side the frame­work of the copy­right law requires the writ­ten per­mis­sion of the rel­e­vant author or pro­duc­er. Down­loads and copies of this page are per­mit­ted only for pri­vate, non-com­mer­cial use. If con­tent on this page is not pro­duced by the oper­a­tor, then the copy­right rights of third par­ties will be respect­ed. In par­tic­u­lar, third par­ty con­tent will be iden­ti­fied as such. If, how­ev­er, you become aware of an infringe­ment of copy­right, you are request­ed to inform us accord­ing­ly. We will remove such con­tent imme­di­ate­ly we become aware of such infringe­ments of the law.

Security and protection of your personal data

We con­sid­er it our pri­ma­ry task to pro­tect the con­fi­den­tial­i­ty of the per­son­al data you pro­vide and to pro­tect it from unau­tho­rized access. We there­fore apply the utmost care and state-of-the-art secu­ri­ty stan­dards to ensure max­i­mum pro­tec­tion of your per­son­al data.

As a com­pa­ny under pri­vate law, we are sub­ject to the pro­vi­sions of the Euro­pean Data Pro­tec­tion Ordi­nance (DSGVO) and the pro­vi­sions of the Fed­er­al Data Pro­tec­tion Act (BDSG). We have tak­en tech­ni­cal and organ­i­sa­tion­al mea­sures to ensure that the data pro­tec­tion reg­u­la­tions are observed both by us and by our exter­nal ser­vice providers.

Definitions

The leg­is­la­tor requires that per­son­al data be processed in a law­ful man­ner, in good faith and in a man­ner that is com­pre­hen­si­ble to the per­son con­cerned (“law­ful­ness, pro­cess­ing in good faith, trans­paren­cy”). In order to ensure this, we inform you about the indi­vid­ual legal def­i­n­i­tions which are also used in this data pro­tec­tion dec­la­ra­tion:

  1. per­son­al data

Per­son­al data” means any infor­ma­tion relat­ing to an iden­ti­fied or iden­ti­fi­able nat­ur­al per­son (here­inafter referred to as “data sub­ject”); an iden­ti­fi­able nat­ur­al per­son is one who can be iden­ti­fied, direct­ly or indi­rect­ly, in par­tic­u­lar by assign­ment to an iden­ti­fi­er such as a name, an iden­ti­fi­ca­tion num­ber, loca­tion data, an online iden­ti­fi­er or to one or more spe­cial char­ac­ter­is­tics which express the phys­i­cal, phys­i­o­log­i­cal, genet­ic, psy­cho­log­i­cal, eco­nom­ic, cul­tur­al or social iden­ti­ty of that nat­ur­al per­son.

  1. pro­cess­ing

pro­cess­ing” means any oper­a­tion car­ried out, with or with­out the aid of auto­mat­ed pro­ce­dures, or any such series of oper­a­tions relat­ing to per­son­al data, such as the col­lec­tion, col­lec­tion, organ­i­sa­tion, arrange­ment, stor­age, adap­ta­tion or alter­ation, retrieval, con­sul­ta­tion, use, dis­clo­sure by trans­mis­sion, dis­sem­i­na­tion or any oth­er form of pro­vi­sion, com­par­i­son or link­ing, restric­tion, era­sure or destruc­tion.

  1. restric­tion of pro­cess­ing

Restric­tion on pro­cess­ing” means the mark­ing of stored per­son­al data with the aim of restrict­ing their future pro­cess­ing.

  1. pro­fil­ing

Pro­fil­ing” means any auto­mat­ed pro­cess­ing of per­son­al data con­sist­ing in the use of such per­son­al data to eval­u­ate cer­tain per­son­al aspects relat­ing to a nat­ur­al per­son, in par­tic­u­lar to analyse or pre­dict aspects relat­ing to the work per­for­mance, eco­nom­ic sit­u­a­tion, health, per­son­al pref­er­ences, inter­ests, reli­a­bil­i­ty, behav­iour, loca­tion or relo­ca­tion of that nat­ur­al per­son.

  1. pseu­do­nymiza­tion

Pseu­do­nymi­sa­tion” means the pro­cess­ing of per­son­al data in such a way that the per­son­al data can no longer be attrib­uted to a spe­cif­ic data sub­ject with­out the use of addi­tion­al infor­ma­tion, pro­vid­ed that this addi­tion­al infor­ma­tion is kept sep­a­rate­ly and is sub­ject to tech­ni­cal and organ­i­sa­tion­al mea­sures which ensure that the per­son­al data can­not be attrib­uted to an iden­ti­fied or iden­ti­fi­able nat­ur­al per­son.

  1. file sys­tem

file sys­tem” means any struc­tured col­lec­tion of per­son­al data acces­si­ble accord­ing to spe­cif­ic cri­te­ria, whether cen­tralised, decen­tralised, func­tion­al or geo­graph­i­cal.

 

  1. per­son in charge

con­troller” means a nat­ur­al or legal per­son, author­i­ty, body, agency or oth­er body which alone or joint­ly with oth­ers decides on the pur­pos­es and means of pro­cess­ing per­son­al data; where the pur­pos­es and means of such pro­cess­ing are spec­i­fied by Union law or the law of the Mem­ber States, the con­troller or cer­tain cri­te­ria for his appoint­ment may be laid down in accor­dance with Union law or the law of the Mem­ber States.

  1. con­trac­tors

proces­sor” means a nat­ur­al or legal per­son, author­i­ty, insti­tu­tion or oth­er body pro­cess­ing per­son­al data on behalf of the data con­troller.

  1. recip­i­ent

Recip­i­ent” means a nat­ur­al or legal per­son, author­i­ty, insti­tu­tion or oth­er body to which per­son­al data is dis­closed, whether or not it is a third par­ty. How­ev­er, author­i­ties which may receive per­son­al data under Union law or the law of the Mem­ber States under a par­tic­u­lar inves­ti­ga­tion man­date shall not be con­sid­ered recip­i­ents; the pro­cess­ing of such data by the said author­i­ties shall be car­ried out in accor­dance with the applic­a­ble data pro­tec­tion rules in accor­dance with the pur­pos­es of the pro­cess­ing.

  1. third par­ties

third par­ty” means a nat­ur­al or legal per­son, author­i­ty, insti­tu­tion or oth­er body oth­er than the data sub­ject, the data proces­sor, the data proces­sor and the per­sons autho­rised to process the per­son­al data under the direct respon­si­bil­i­ty of the data proces­sor or the data proces­sor.

  1. con­sent

Data subject’s “con­sent” means any vol­un­tary dec­la­ra­tion of intent in the spe­cif­ic case, in an informed and unequiv­o­cal man­ner, in the form of a dec­la­ra­tion or oth­er clear affir­ma­tive act with which the data sub­ject indi­cates that he or she agrees to the pro­cess­ing of per­son­al data con­cern­ing him or her.

Legality of processing

The pro­cess­ing of per­son­al data is only legal if there is a legal basis for the pro­cess­ing. Pur­suant to Arti­cle 6(1), the legal basis for pro­cess­ing may be

lit. a – f DSGVO in par­tic­u­lar:

  1. The data sub­ject has giv­en his/her con­sent to the pro­cess­ing of his/her per­son­al data for one or more spe­cif­ic pur­pos­es;
  2. pro­cess­ing is nec­es­sary for the per­for­mance of a con­tract to which the data sub­ject is a par­ty or for the imple­men­ta­tion of pre-con­trac­tu­al mea­sures tak­en at the request of the data sub­ject;
  3. the pro­cess­ing is nec­es­sary to ful­fil a legal oblig­a­tion to which the con­troller is sub­ject;
  4. pro­cess­ing is nec­es­sary to pro­tect the vital inter­ests of the data sub­ject or anoth­er nat­ur­al per­son;
  5. the pro­cess­ing is nec­es­sary for the per­for­mance of a task in the pub­lic inter­est or in the exer­cise of offi­cial author­i­ty con­ferred on the con­troller;
  6. pro­cess­ing is nec­es­sary to safe­guard the legit­i­mate inter­ests of the data con­troller or a third par­ty, unless the inter­ests or fun­da­men­tal rights and free­doms of the data sub­ject which require the pro­tec­tion of per­son­al data pre­vail, in par­tic­u­lar where the data sub­ject is a child.

Information about the collection of personal data

(1) In the fol­low­ing we inform about the col­lec­tion of per­son­al data when using our web­site. Per­son­al data are e.g. name, address, e-mail address­es, user behav­iour.

(2) If you con­tact us by e-mail or via a con­tact form, the data you pro­vide (your e-mail address, if applic­a­ble your name and your tele­phone num­ber) will be stored by us in order to answer your ques­tions. We delete the data aris­ing in this con­text after stor­age is no longer nec­es­sary, or pro­cess­ing is restrict­ed if statu­to­ry reten­tion oblig­a­tions exist.

Collection of personal data when you visit our website

When using the web­site for infor­ma­tion pur­pos­es only, i.e. if you do not reg­is­ter or oth­er­wise pro­vide us with infor­ma­tion, we only col­lect the per­son­al data that your brows­er trans­mits to our serv­er. If you wish to view our web­site, we col­lect the fol­low­ing data, which are tech­ni­cal­ly nec­es­sary for us to dis­play our web­site to you and to guar­an­tee sta­bil­i­ty and secu­ri­ty (legal basis is Art. 6 Para. 1 S. 1 lit. f DSGVO):

IP address

date and time of the request

Time zone dif­fer­ence to Green­wich Mean Time (GMT)

Con­tent of the request (spe­cif­ic page)

Access status/HTTP sta­tus code

the amount of data trans­ferred in each case

Web­site from which the request comes

Brows­er

Oper­at­ing sys­tem and its inter­face

Lan­guage and ver­sion of the brows­er soft­ware.

The last 90 log files are stored anony­mous­ly.

Use of cookies

(1) In addi­tion to the afore­men­tioned data, cook­ies are stored on your com­put­er when you use our web­site. Cook­ies are small text files that are stored on your hard disk in the brows­er you use and through which cer­tain infor­ma­tion flows to the place that sets the cook­ie. Cook­ies can­not run pro­grams or trans­mit virus­es to your com­put­er. They serve to make the Inter­net offer more user-friend­ly and effec­tive over­all.

(2) This web­site uses the fol­low­ing types of cook­ies, the scope and func­tion­ing of which are explained below:

 

  • Tran­sient cook­ies are auto­mat­i­cal­ly delet­ed when you close your brows­er. This includes in par­tic­u­lar the ses­sion cook­ies. These store a so-called ses­sion ID, with which dif­fer­ent requests of your brows­er can be assigned to the com­mon ses­sion. This will allow your com­put­er to be rec­og­nized when you return to our web­site. Ses­sion cook­ies are delet­ed when you log out or close your brows­er.
  • Per­sis­tent cook­ies are auto­mat­i­cal­ly delet­ed after a spec­i­fied peri­od, which may vary depend­ing on the cook­ie. You can delete cook­ies at any time in the secu­ri­ty set­tings of your brows­er.

You can con­fig­ure your brows­er set­tings accord­ing to your wish­es and refuse the accep­tance of third par­ty cook­ies or all cook­ies. Third Par­ty Cook­ies” are cook­ies that have been set by a third par­ty and there­fore not by the actu­al web­site you are cur­rent­ly vis­it­ing. Please note that you may not be able to use all func­tions of this web­site by deac­ti­vat­ing cook­ies.

Further functions and offers of our website

(1) In addi­tion to the pure­ly infor­ma­tion­al use of our web­site, we offer var­i­ous ser­vices which you can use if you are inter­est­ed. As a rule, you must pro­vide fur­ther per­son­al data, which we use to pro­vide the respec­tive ser­vice and to which the afore­men­tioned data pro­cess­ing prin­ci­ples apply.

(2) In some cas­es, we use exter­nal ser­vice providers to process your data. These have been care­ful­ly select­ed and com­mis­sioned by us, are bound by our instruc­tions and are reg­u­lar­ly checked.

(3) Fur­ther­more, we may pass on your per­son­al data to third par­ties if we offer par­tic­i­pa­tion in pro­mo­tions, com­pe­ti­tions, con­clu­sion of con­tracts or sim­i­lar ser­vices togeth­er with part­ners. For more infor­ma­tion, please pro­vide your per­son­al data or see the descrip­tion of the offer below.

(4) If our ser­vice providers or part­ners are based in a coun­try out­side the Euro­pean Eco­nom­ic Area (EEA), we will inform you of the con­se­quences of this cir­cum­stance in the descrip­tion of the offer.

Offsprings

Our offer is basi­cal­ly aimed at adults. Per­sons under the age of 18 should not trans­mit any per­son­al data to us with­out the con­sent of their par­ents or legal guardians.

Rights of the data subject

(1) Revo­ca­tion of con­sent

If the pro­cess­ing of per­son­al data is based on a giv­en con­sent, you have the right to revoke the con­sent at any time. The revo­ca­tion of con­sent shall not affect the legal­i­ty of the pro­cess­ing car­ried out on the basis of the con­sent until revo­ca­tion.

You can con­tact us at any time to exer­cise your right of with­draw­al.

(2) Right to con­fir­ma­tion

You have the right to request con­fir­ma­tion from the per­son respon­si­ble as to whether we are pro­cess­ing per­son­al data relat­ing to you. You can request con­fir­ma­tion at any time using the above con­tact details.

(3) Right to infor­ma­tion

If per­son­al data is processed, you can request infor­ma­tion about this per­son­al data and about the fol­low­ing infor­ma­tion at any time:

  1. pro­cess­ing pur­pos­es;
  2. the cat­e­gories of per­son­al data being processed;
  3. the recip­i­ents or cat­e­gories of recip­i­ents to whom the per­son­al data have been or are still being dis­closed, in par­tic­u­lar recip­i­ents in third coun­tries or inter­na­tion­al organ­i­sa­tions;
  4. if pos­si­ble, the planned dura­tion for which the per­son­al data will be stored or, if this is not pos­si­ble, the cri­te­ria for deter­min­ing this dura­tion;
  5. the exis­tence of a right to have your per­son­al data con­cern­ing you cor­rect­ed or delet­ed or to have the data con­troller restrict or object to such pro­cess­ing;
  6. the exis­tence of a right of appeal to a super­vi­so­ry author­i­ty;
  7. if the per­son­al data are not col­lect­ed from the data sub­ject, all avail­able infor­ma­tion on the ori­gin of the data;
  8. the exis­tence of auto­mat­ed deci­sion-mak­ing, includ­ing pro­fil­ing in accor­dance with Arti­cle 22(1) and (4) DSBER and, at least in these cas­es, mean­ing­ful infor­ma­tion on the log­ic involved and the scope and intend­ed impact of such pro­cess­ing on the data sub­ject.

If per­son­al data are trans­ferred to a third coun­try or an inter­na­tion­al organ­i­sa­tion, you have the right to be informed of the appro­pri­ate guar­an­tees in accor­dance with Arti­cle 46 DSGVO in con­nec­tion with the trans­fer. We pro­vide a copy of the per­son­al data that is the sub­ject of the pro­cess­ing. We may charge an appro­pri­ate fee based on admin­is­tra­tive costs for any addi­tion­al copies you request from a per­son. If you sub­mit the appli­ca­tion elec­tron­i­cal­ly, the infor­ma­tion shall be pro­vid­ed in a com­mon elec­tron­ic for­mat, unless oth­er­wise spec­i­fied. The right to obtain a copy in accor­dance with para­graph 3 shall not prej­u­dice the rights and free­doms of oth­er per­sons.

(4) Right to cor­rec­tion

You have the right to request us to cor­rect any inac­cu­rate per­son­al data con­cern­ing you with­out delay. Tak­ing into account the pur­pos­es of the pro­cess­ing, you have the right to request the com­ple­tion of incom­plete per­son­al data – also by means of a sup­ple­men­tary dec­la­ra­tion.

(5) Right to can­cel­la­tion (“Right to be for­got­ten”)

You have the right to request the data con­troller to delete per­son­al data relat­ing to you imme­di­ate­ly and we are oblig­ed to delete per­son­al data imme­di­ate­ly if one of the fol­low­ing rea­sons applies:

  1. The per­son­al data are no longer nec­es­sary for the pur­pos­es for which they were col­lect­ed or oth­er­wise processed.
  2. The data sub­ject with­draws his/her con­sent on which pro­cess­ing was based in accor­dance with Arti­cle 6(1)(a) or Arti­cle 9(2)(a) DSBER and there is no oth­er legal basis for pro­cess­ing.
  3. The data sub­ject oppos­es pro­cess­ing under Arti­cle 21(1) DSGVO and there are no over­rid­ing legit­i­mate grounds for pro­cess­ing or the data sub­ject oppos­es pro­cess­ing under Arti­cle 21(2) DSGVO.
  4. The per­son­al data have been processed unlaw­ful­ly.
  5. The dele­tion of per­son­al data is nec­es­sary to ful­fil a legal oblig­a­tion under Union law or the law of the Mem­ber States to which the data con­troller is sub­ject.
  6. The per­son­al data have been col­lect­ed in rela­tion to infor­ma­tion soci­ety ser­vices pro­vid­ed in accor­dance with Arti­cle 8(1) DSGVO.

Where the data con­troller has made the per­son­al data pub­lic and is oblig­ed to delete them in accor­dance with para­graph 1, he shall take appro­pri­ate mea­sures, includ­ing tech­ni­cal mea­sures, tak­ing into account the avail­able tech­nol­o­gy and imple­men­ta­tion costs, to inform data proces­sors who process the per­son­al data that a data sub­ject has request­ed them to delete all links to such per­son­al data or copies or repli­ca­tions of such per­son­al data.

The right to can­cel­la­tion (“right to be for­got­ten”) does not exist if the pro­cess­ing is nec­es­sary:

  • to exer­cise free­dom of expres­sion and infor­ma­tion;
  • for the per­for­mance of a legal oblig­a­tion required for pro­cess­ing under the law of the Union or of the Mem­ber States to which the con­troller is sub­ject or for the per­for­mance of a task in the pub­lic inter­est or in the exer­cise of offi­cial author­i­ty con­ferred on the con­troller;
  • for rea­sons of pub­lic inter­est in the field of pub­lic health in accor­dance with Arti­cle 9(2)(h) and (i) and Arti­cle 9(3) DSGVO;
  • for archiv­ing pur­pos­es of pub­lic inter­est, sci­en­tif­ic or his­tor­i­cal research pur­pos­es or for sta­tis­ti­cal pur­pos­es as referred to in Arti­cle 89(1) DSGVO, where the right referred to in para­graph 1 is like­ly to ren­der impos­si­ble or seri­ous­ly prej­u­di­cial the attain­ment of the objec­tives of such pro­cess­ing, or
  • to assert, exer­cise or defend legal claims.

(6) Right to lim­i­ta­tion of pro­cess­ing

You have the right to request us to restrict the pro­cess­ing of your per­son­al data if one of the fol­low­ing con­di­tions is met:

  1. the accu­ra­cy of the per­son­al data is dis­put­ed by the data sub­ject for a peri­od which enables the data con­troller to ver­i­fy the accu­ra­cy of the per­son­al data,
  2. the pro­cess­ing is unlaw­ful and the data sub­ject refus­es to delete the per­son­al data and instead requests that the use of the per­son­al data be restrict­ed;
  3. the data con­troller no longer needs the per­son­al data for the pur­pos­es of the pro­cess­ing, but the data sub­ject needs them for the asser­tion, exer­cise or defence of legal claims, or
  4. the data sub­ject has lodged an objec­tion to the pro­cess­ing referred to in Arti­cle 21(1) DSBER until it has been estab­lished whether the data subject’s jus­ti­fied grounds out­weigh those of the data sub­ject.

Where pro­cess­ing has been restrict­ed in accor­dance with the con­di­tions set out above, such per­son­al data shall only be processed – apart from being stored – with the con­sent of the data sub­ject or for the pur­pose of assert­ing, exer­cis­ing or defend­ing rights or pro­tect­ing the rights of anoth­er nat­ur­al or legal per­son or on grounds of an impor­tant pub­lic inter­est of the Union or a Mem­ber State.

In order to exer­cise the right to restrict pro­cess­ing, the data sub­ject may con­tact us at any time using the con­tact details pro­vid­ed above.

(7) Right to data trans­fer­abil­i­ty

You have the right to receive the per­son­al data con­cern­ing you that you have pro­vid­ed to us in a struc­tured, cur­rent and machine-read­able for­mat, and you have the right to trans­mit this data to anoth­er respon­si­ble per­son with­out inter­fer­ence by the respon­si­ble per­son to whom the per­son­al data was pro­vid­ed, pro­vid­ed that:

  • pro­cess­ing is based on con­sent pur­suant to Arti­cle 6(1)(a) or Arti­cle 9(2)(a) or on a con­tract pur­suant to Arti­cle 6(1)(b) DSGVO; and
  • pro­cess­ing is car­ried out using auto­mat­ed meth­ods.

When exer­cis­ing the right to data trans­fer­abil­i­ty under para­graph 1, you have the right to have the per­son­al data trans­ferred direct­ly from one data con­troller to anoth­er data con­troller, where this is tech­ni­cal­ly fea­si­ble. The exer­cise of the right to data trans­fer­abil­i­ty does not affect the right to dele­tion (“right to be for­got­ten”). This right shall not apply to pro­cess­ing nec­es­sary for the per­for­mance of a task in the pub­lic inter­est or in the exer­cise of offi­cial author­i­ty con­ferred on the con­troller.

(8) Right of objec­tion

You have the right to object at any time to the pro­cess­ing of per­son­al data con­cern­ing you under Arti­cle 6(1)(e) or (f) of the DSBER for rea­sons aris­ing from your par­tic­u­lar sit­u­a­tion, includ­ing pro­fil­ing based on these pro­vi­sions. The data con­troller no longer process­es the per­son­al data unless he can prove com­pelling grounds for pro­tec­tion for the pro­cess­ing which out­weigh the inter­ests, rights and free­doms of the data sub­ject or the pro­cess­ing serves to assert, exer­cise or defend legal claims.

If per­son­al data are processed for direct mar­ket­ing pur­pos­es, you have the right to object at any time to the pro­cess­ing of per­son­al data con­cern­ing you for the pur­pose of such adver­tis­ing; this also applies to pro­fil­ing, inso­far as it is asso­ci­at­ed with such direct mar­ket­ing. If you object to the pro­cess­ing for direct mar­ket­ing pur­pos­es, the per­son­al data will no longer be processed for these pur­pos­es.

In con­nec­tion with the use of Infor­ma­tion Soci­ety ser­vices, notwith­stand­ing Direc­tive 2002/58/EC, you may exer­cise your right of oppo­si­tion by means of auto­mat­ed pro­ce­dures using tech­ni­cal spec­i­fi­ca­tions.

You have the right to object to the pro­cess­ing of per­son­al data con­cern­ing you, for sci­en­tif­ic or his­tor­i­cal research pur­pos­es or for sta­tis­ti­cal pur­pos­es in accor­dance with Arti­cle 89(1), for rea­sons aris­ing from your par­tic­u­lar sit­u­a­tion, unless such pro­cess­ing is nec­es­sary for the per­for­mance of a task in the pub­lic inter­est.

You can exer­cise your right of objec­tion at any time by con­tact­ing the per­son respon­si­ble.

(9) Auto­mat­ed deci­sions in indi­vid­ual cas­es includ­ing pro­fil­ing

You have the right not to be sub­ject to a deci­sion based exclu­sive­ly on auto­mat­ed pro­cess­ing – includ­ing pro­fil­ing – that has legal effect against you or sig­nif­i­cant­ly impairs you in a sim­i­lar man­ner. This does not apply if the deci­sion:

  • is nec­es­sary for the con­clu­sion or per­for­mance of a con­tract between the data sub­ject and the data con­troller,
  • is admis­si­ble by law of the Union or of the Mem­ber States to which the data con­troller is sub­ject and that law con­tains appro­pri­ate mea­sures to safe­guard the rights, free­doms and legit­i­mate inter­ests of the data sub­ject; or
  • with the express con­sent of the data sub­ject.

The data con­troller shall take appro­pri­ate mea­sures to safe­guard the rights, free­doms and legit­i­mate inter­ests of the data sub­ject, includ­ing at least the right to obtain the inter­ven­tion of a per­son by the data con­troller, to state his own posi­tion and to chal­lenge the deci­sion.

The per­son con­cerned may exer­cise this right at any time by con­tact­ing the per­son respon­si­ble.

(10) Right of appeal to a super­vi­so­ry author­i­ty

They shall also, with­out prej­u­dice to any oth­er admin­is­tra­tive or judi­cial rem­e­dy, have the right of appeal to a super­vi­so­ry author­i­ty, in par­tic­u­lar in the Mem­ber State of their place of res­i­dence, of work or of the place of sus­pect­ed infringe­ment, where the data sub­ject con­sid­ers that the pro­cess­ing of per­son­al data con­cern­ing him or her is con­trary to this Reg­u­la­tion.

(11) Right to an effec­tive judi­cial rem­e­dy

With­out prej­u­dice to any avail­able admin­is­tra­tive or extra­ju­di­cial rem­e­dy, includ­ing the right of appeal to a super­vi­so­ry author­i­ty under Arti­cle 77 DSGVO, they shall have the right to an effec­tive judi­cial rem­e­dy if they con­sid­er that their rights under this Reg­u­la­tion have been infringed as a result of pro­cess­ing of their per­son­al data in breach of this Reg­u­la­tion.

Use of Google Analytics

(1) This web­site uses Google Ana­lyt­ics, a web analy­sis ser­vice of Google Inc. “(“Google”). Google Ana­lyt­ics uses “cook­ies”, which are text files placed on your com­put­er, to help the web­site ana­lyze how users use the site. The infor­ma­tion gen­er­at­ed by the cook­ie about your use of this web­site is usu­al­ly trans­ferred to a Google serv­er in the USA and stored there. How­ev­er, if IP anonymi­sa­tion is acti­vat­ed on this web­site, Google will reduce your IP address with­in Mem­ber States of the Euro­pean Union or in oth­er states par­ty to the Agree­ment on the Euro­pean Eco­nom­ic Area before­hand. Only in excep­tion­al cas­es will the full IP address be trans­mit­ted to a Google serv­er in the USA and short­ened there. On behalf of the oper­a­tor of this web­site, Google will use this infor­ma­tion to eval­u­ate your use of the web­site, to com­pile reports on web­site activ­i­ty and to pro­vide the web­site oper­a­tor with fur­ther ser­vices asso­ci­at­ed with web­site and Inter­net use.

(2) The IP address trans­mit­ted by your brows­er in the con­text of Google Ana­lyt­ics is not merged with oth­er Google data.

(3) You may refuse the use of cook­ies by select­ing the appro­pri­ate set­tings on your brows­er, how­ev­er please note that if you do this you may not be able to use the full func­tion­al­i­ty of this web­site. You can also pre­vent Google from col­lect­ing the data gen­er­at­ed by the cook­ie and relat­ing to your use of the web­site (includ­ing your IP address) and from pro­cess­ing this data by Google by down­load­ing and installing the brows­er plug-in avail­able under the fol­low­ing link: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en.

(4) This web­site uses Google Ana­lyt­ics with the exten­sion “_anonymizeIp()”. As a result, IP address­es are fur­ther processed in abbre­vi­at­ed form, so that a per­son­al rela­tion­ship can be ruled out. As far as the data col­lect­ed about you is per­son­al, it will be exclud­ed imme­di­ate­ly and the per­son­al data will be delet­ed imme­di­ate­ly.

(5) We use Google Ana­lyt­ics to analyse and reg­u­lar­ly improve the use of our web­site. We can improve our offer and make it more inter­est­ing for you as a user. For the excep­tion­al cas­es in which per­son­al data is trans­ferred to the USA, Google has sub­mit­ted to the EU-US Pri­va­cy Shield, https://www.privacyshield.gov/EU-US-Framework. The legal basis for the use of Google Ana­lyt­ics is Art. 6 Par. 1 S. 1 lit. f DSGVO.

(6) Third par­ty infor­ma­tion: Google Dublin, Google Ire­land Ltd, Gor­don House, Bar­row Street, Dublin 4, Ire­land, Fax: +353 (1) 436 1001. user con­di­tions:

http://www.google.com/analytics/terms/de.html, Overview of data pro­tec­tion: http://www.google.com/intl/de/analytics/learn/privacy.html, as well as the data pro­tec­tion dec­la­ra­tion: http://www.google.de/intl/de/policies/privacy.

(7) This web­site also uses Google Ana­lyt­ics for a device-inde­pen­dent analy­sis of vis­i­tor flows that is car­ried out via a user ID. You can deac­ti­vate the cross-device analy­sis of your usage in your cus­tomer account under “My data”, “Per­son­al data”.

Integration of Google Maps

(1) On this web­site we use the offer of Google Maps. This allows us to dis­play inter­ac­tive maps direct­ly on the web­site and enables you to con­ve­nient­ly use the map func­tion.

(2) By vis­it­ing the web­site, Google receives infor­ma­tion that you have called up the cor­re­spond­ing sub­page of our web­site. In addi­tion, the data spec­i­fied in § 3 of this dec­la­ra­tion will be trans­mit­ted. This is regard­less of whether Google pro­vides a user account that you are logged in with or whether no user account exists. If you are logged in to Google, your infor­ma­tion will be direct­ly asso­ci­at­ed with your account. If you do not wish to be asso­ci­at­ed with your pro­file on Google, you must log out before acti­vat­ing the but­ton. Google stores your data as usage pro­files and uses them for pur­pos­es of adver­tis­ing, mar­ket research and/or demand-ori­ent­ed design of its web­site. Such eval­u­a­tion takes place in par­tic­u­lar (even for unlogged-in users) to pro­vide demand-ori­ent­ed adver­tis­ing and to inform oth­er users of the social net­work about your activ­i­ties on our web­site. You have the right to object to the cre­ation of these user pro­files, where­by you must con­tact Google to exer­cise this right.

(3) Fur­ther infor­ma­tion on the pur­pose and scope of data col­lec­tion and its pro­cess­ing by the plug-in provider can be found in the data pro­tec­tion dec­la­ra­tions of the provider. There you will also find fur­ther infor­ma­tion about your rights in this regard and set­ting options for the pro­tec­tion of your pri­va­cy: http://www.google.de/intl/de/policies/privacy. Google also process­es your per­son­al data in the USA and has sub­mit­ted to the EU-US Pri­va­cy Shield, https://www.privacyshield.gov/EU-US-Framework.