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Use of the Find Email Address’s website is permitted. is possible without any indication of personal data, but processing of personal data may be necessary if a data subject wishes to access particular enterprise services via our website. If processing personal data is required but there is no legal justification, we typically get the data subject’s consent.
The Find Email Address processes personal data, such as a data subject’s name, address, e-mail address, or phone number, in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the country-specific data protection laws applicable to the Find Email Address. By means of this data protection declaration, our enterprise would like to let you know what personal data we collect, use, and process for what purposes. Additionally, by way of this data protection declaration, data subjects are made aware of the rights to which they are entitled.
The Find Email Address serves as the controller. has put in place numerous organisational and technical safeguards to guarantee the highest level of protection for personal data handled through this website. However, complete protection may not be ensured because Internet-based data transmissions may theoretically have security flaws. Every data subject is therefore free to choose another method of providing personal information to us, such sending an email.
The Find Email Address’s data protection statement. is based on the language used by European lawmakers to pass the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). In addition to our clients and business partners, the general public should be able to read and comprehend our data protection declaration. We would like to first define the vocabulary used in order to assure this.
In this data protection statement, we may employ, among other things:
a) Personal information
Any information pertaining to a known or recognisable natural person (the “data subject”) is considered personal data. An identifiable natural person is one who can be located, directly or indirectly, especially with reference to an identifier like a name, identification number, location information, online identifier, or one or more characteristics unique to that natural person’s physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural, or social identity.
Data topic (b)
Any identified or recognisable natural person whose personal data is processed by the processing controller is referred to as a data subject.
Any action taken on a personal data set or series of personal data actions, whether or not it is done automatically, constitutes processing. Examples include gathering, recording, organising, structuring, storage, adaptation or alteration, retrieval, consultation, use, disclosure by transmission, dissemination, or other availability, alignment or combination, restriction, erasure, or destruction.
d) Processing restriction
The labelling of personal data that has been saved with the intention of limiting its future processing is known as restriction of processing.
A natural person’s performance at work, financial situation, health, personal preferences, interests, dependability, behaviour, location, or movements are just a few of the personal aspects that can be evaluated using profiling, which refers to any automated processing of personal data that involves these techniques.
f) Use of a pseudonym
Pseudonymization is the processing of personal data so that it cannot be associated with a specific data subject without the use of additional information; however, this additional information must be kept separately and be subject to technical and organisational safeguards to prevent the personal data from being associated with an identified or identifiable natural person.
g) The processor’s controller or the processor in charge of the processor
The natural or legal person, public authority, agency, or other body that determines, either alone or in collaboration with others, the purposes and means of the processing of personal data is known as the controller or controller responsible for the processing. Where the purposes and means of the processing are determined by Union or Member State law, the controller or the specific criteria for its nomination may be provided for by Union or Member State law.
In order to handle personal data on behalf of the controller, a processor must be a natural or legal person, governmental authority, agency, or other entity.
(I) The beneficiary
The recipient of personal data is any natural or legal person, public authority, agency, or other organisation, whether or not they are a third party, to which the data are revealed. However, public agencies that may obtain personal data as part of a specific investigation under Union or Member State legislation are not considered recipients; their processing of the data must adhere to the relevant data protection laws in accordance with the purposes for the processing.
j) Unrelated party
Other than the data subject, the controller, the processor, and those who are directly authorised to handle personal data by the controller or processor, a third party is any real or legal person, public authority, agency, or body.
Any freely given, explicit, informed, and unequivocal expression of the data subject’s desires by which he or she, by a statement or by a clear affirmative action, expresses assent to the processing of personal data relating to him or her is referred to as the data subject’s consent.
The Find Email Address website pages employ cookies Cookies are text files that an Internet browser stores on a computer system.
Many servers and websites on the Internet employ cookies. A so-called cookie ID can be found in many cookies. A cookie’s ID serves as a special identifier. It is made up of a character string that allows Internet servers and web pages to identify the particular Internet browser where the cookie was saved. This enables websites and servers to distinguish between the specific browser and other Internet browsers that also have cookies. The distinctive cookie ID can be used to identify and recognise a particular Internet browser.
Cookies are utilised by Find Email Address can offer more user-friendly features to this website’s visitors that wouldn’t be feasible without the cookie setup.
By using a relevant setting on the Internet browser being used, the data subject can at any moment prevent cookies from being set through our website and block cookie setting altogether. Additionally, cookies that have already been created can always be erased using an internet browser or other applications. All main Internet browsers allow for this. Not all features of our website could be fully functional if the data subject disables the setting of cookies in the utilised Internet browser.
3. Gathering of information and general data
the Find Email Address’s website when a user or automated system visits the website, a number of generic data and details are gathered. The server log files store this general data and information. The following information may be gathered: (1) the browser versions and types used; (2) the operating system used by the accessing system; (3) the website from which an accessing system reaches our website (so-called referrers); (4) the sub-websites; (5) the date and time of access to the Internet site; (6) an Internet protocol address (IP address); (7) the accessing system’s Internet service provider; and (8) any other comparable data and information that may be used in the event of attacks on our
Using these broad statistics and details, Find Email Address does not infer anything about the subject of the data. Instead, this data is required to: (1) deliver our website’s content accurately; (2) optimise both the website’s content and its advertising; (3) ensure the long-term viability of our information technology systems and website technology; and (4) give law enforcement authorities the data they need to pursue criminal charges in the event of a cyber-attack. As a result, Find Email Address scientifically analyses data and information that has been acquired anonymously with the goal of enhancing data protection and security for our business and to provide the best level of protection for personal data we handle. All personal data submitted by a data subject is stored apart from the anonymous data in the server log files.
4. Sign up for our newsletters
Users have the option to sign up for our company’s newsletter on the Find Email Address website. The personal data submitted and the time the controller is contacted to order the newsletter are both determined by the input mask used for this purpose.
Toolstresser S.L. sends out a newsletter to its clients and business partners on a regular basis with information on the company’s promotions. The data subject may only get the enterprise’s newsletter if both (1) they have a working email address and (2) they sign up for newsletter delivery. For legal reasons, when a data subject signs up for the first time for a newsletter, a confirmation email will be sent to the email address they registered with the double opt-in process. To confirm that the owner of the email address listed as the data subject is permitted to receive the newsletter, we will send you a confirmation email.
We also record the date and time of the registration along with the IP address of the computer used by the data subject at the time of registration for the newsletter, which was given to him or her by the Internet service provider (ISP). This information must be gathered in order to comprehend the (potential) misuse of a data subject’s email address in the future, which furthers the controller’s goal of legal protection.
The only purpose for which the personal information gathered during newsletter registration will be used is to send the newsletter. As long as it’s required for the newsletter service to function or the registration in question, as it might be in the event of changes to the newsletter offer or a change in technical circumstances, subscribers to the newsletter may also be informed through email. No personal information gathered by the newsletter service will be given to any parties. The data subject has the right to cancel their subscription to our newsletter at any time. The data subject’s permission to save their personal information for the purpose of sending the newsletter can be cancelled at any time. Each newsletter contains a matching link for the purpose of revoking consent. Additionally, it is possible to unsubscribe from the newsletter at any moment immediately on the controller’s website or by contacting the controller in another method.
The Find Email Address newsletter contains what are known as tracking pixels. Such HTML-formatted emails include a tiny graphic known as a tracking pixel to allow for the capture and monitoring of log files. As a result, the success or failure of online marketing campaigns may be statistically analysed. Using the tracking pixel that was integrated, Find Email Address may determine if and when a data subject opened an email, as well as which links in the email were clicked.
The controller stores and analyses the personal information gathered by the tracking pixels in the newsletters in order to enhance newsletter delivery and better tailor the content of subsequent newsletters to the interests of the data subject. No third parties will receive these personal information. The corresponding independent declaration of consent given through the double-opt-in procedure may be revoked at any time by the data subject. These personal data will be destroyed by the controller following a renunciation. Toolstresser S.L. automatically considers a request to stop receiving the newsletter as a cancellation.
6. Using the website as a means of communication
the Find Email Address’s website Includes information that makes it possible to get in touch with our company quickly via electronic means and to communicate directly with us. This information includes a generic address for the so-called electronic mail (e-mail address). The personal information sent by a data subject when contacting the controller via email or a contact form is automatically stored by the controller. These voluntary submissions of personal information by a data subject to the data controller are kept in order to process them or get in touch with them. This private information is not given to outside parties.
7. the blog section of the website allows comments.
Toolstresser S.L. offers users the chance to write unique comments on unique blog contributions on a blog that is on the controller’s website. A blog is an online, publicly available portal where one or more people who go by the name of bloggers or web-bloggers can post articles or record their thoughts in what are known as blogposts. Third parties may typically leave comments on blog entries.
If a data subject comments on a blog post that is published on this website, those remarks as well as the date the commentary was made and the user’s (pseudonym) the data subject opted to use are recorded and made public. Additionally, the IP address given to the data subject by the Internet service provider (ISP) is logged. The IP address is stored for security purposes and in the event that the commenter submits illegal information or infringes the rights of third parties. So that he can defend himself in the event of a violation, the data controller has a personal interest in keeping certain personal data on file. Unless a transfer is mandated by law or is necessary for the data controller’s defence, the gathered personal data won’t be given to third parties.
8. routine blocking and erasure of personal data
If permitted by the European legislator or other legislators under laws or regulations to which the controller is subject, the data controller shall handle and retain the personal data of the data subject only for the period necessary to fulfil the aim of storage.
Personal data are routinely stopped or deleted in compliance with legal requirements if the storage purpose is no longer applicable or if a storage period mandated by the European legislator or another competent legislator expires.
9. The data subject’s rights
a) The confirmation right
The European parliament has provided each data subject the right to confirm from the controller whether or not personal data pertaining to them are being processed. If a data subject wants to exercise this right of confirmation, they can get in touch with any controller employee at any time.
b) Access rights
Every person whose personal data is stored has the legal right, granted by the European legislature, to free information about and a copy of that information from the controller at any time. Additionally, the following data is accessible to data subjects under European directives and regulations:
- the processing’s objectives;
- the types of personal information that are involved;
- the receivers or groups of recipients, particularly those in third countries or international organisations, to whom the personal data have been or will be shared;
- if at all practicable, the anticipated time frame for which the personal data will be maintained, or, if that is not possible, the factors taken into account when deciding that time frame;
- the right to request from the controller the correction, deletion, or restriction of processing of personal data pertaining to the data subject, as well as the right to object to such processing;
- the availability of a complaint-filing option with a supervising authority;
- if the source of the personal data is unknown since it was not obtained directly from the data subject;
- the existence of automated decision-making, including profiling, as defined in Article 22(1) and (4) of the GDPR, as well as, at the very least in certain circumstances, meaningful information about the logic used, the importance of the processing, and the anticipated effects on the data subject.
- In addition, the data subject has a right to know when their personal information is transferred to a third country or an international organisation. In such a situation, the data subject has the right to be made aware of the proper precautions pertaining to the transfer.
- A data subject can reach out to any member of the controller’s staff at any time to exercise this right of access.
(c) Right to correction
Each data subject is entitled to request from the controller, without undue delay, the correction of any erroneous personal data relating to them. This right was granted by the European parliament. The data subject has the right to have incomplete personal data completed, including by making a supplementary statement, taking into account the purposes of the processing.
A data subject may at any time get in touch with any employee of the controller to exercise this right to rectification.
- c) The ability to erase (Right to be forgotten)
Each data subject has the legal right granted by the European legislator to request the controller erase personal data pertaining to them without unreasonable delay, and the controller has the duty to do so where one of the following grounds applies and the processing is not required:
In regard to the objectives for which they were gathered or otherwise processed, the personal data are no longer required.
When there is no other legal basis for the processing and it is based on point (a) of Article 6(1) of the GDPR or point (a) of Article 9(2) of the GDPR, the data subject withdraws their consent.
There are no overriding legal reasons for the processing, and the data subject objects to it in accordance with Article 21(1) of the GDPR, or the data subject objects in accordance with Article 21(2) of the GDPR.
The processing of the personal data was illegal.
For the controller to comply with a legal requirement under Union or Member State law, the personal data must be deleted.
The collection of the personal data is related to the provision of services for the information society as described in Article 8(1) of the GDPR.
Any employee of the controller may be contacted at any time if one of the aforementioned scenarios applies and a data subject intends to ask for the deletion of personal data held by Find Email Address a Find Email Address employee shall quickly see to it that the erasure request is honoured right away.
The controller shall take reasonable steps, including technical measures, to notify other controllers processing the personal data that the data subject has requested that such controllers erase any links to, or copies or replications of, those personal data in cases where the controller has made personal data public and is required to erase those personal data pursuant to Article 17(1). a representative of Find Email Address will plan the essential actions for each scenario.
e) The right to regulate how data is processed
The European legislator has granted each data subject the right to request a processing restriction from the controller in the following situations:
For a time that allows the controller to verify the accuracy of the personal data, the data subject contests the accuracy of the personal data.
The data subject opposes the erasure of the personal data and asks a restriction on its use because the processing is unlawful.
The personal data is needed by the data subject for the establishment, exercise, or defence of legal rights even when the controller no longer requires them for the processing reasons.
According to Article 21(1) of the GDPR, the data subject has objected to processing while it is determined whether the controller’s legitimate interests outweigh those of the data subject.
Any employee of the controller may be contacted at any time if one of the aforementioned circumstances applies and a data subject intends to ask that the processing of personal data stored by Find Email Address be restricted. One of Find Email Address’s employees will organise the processing’s restriction.
f) Data portability rights
Every person whose personal information was supplied to a controller has the legal right to have that information returned to them in a structured, generally accepted, and machine-readable manner. He or she has the right to transfer those data to another controller without facing resistance from the controller to which the personal data were provided, as long as the processing is done by automated means and is justified by either a contract pursuant to Article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR or point (a) of Article 9(2) of the GDPR, or by a person’s consent pursuant to those provisions of the GDPR.
In addition, the data subject has the right to request that personal data be transferred directly from one controller to another when exercising his or her right to data portability under Article 20(1) of the GDPR, provided that doing so is technically possible and does not negatively impact the rights and freedoms of others.
The data subject can get in touch with any Find Email Address employee at any moment to express their right to data portability.
(g) Right to object
Each data subject has the right granted by the European legislature to object, at any time, to the processing of their personal data that is based on point (e) or (f) of Article 6(1) of the GDPR, on grounds related to their particular circumstances. This also holds true for the creation of profiles based on these rules.
Toolstresser S.L. if we cannot show compelling legitimate grounds for the processing that prevail over the interests, rights, and freedoms of the data subject, or if the processing is necessary for the establishment, exercise, or defence of legal claims, we shall no longer process the personal data.
Assuming Find Email Address When a company uses personal information for direct marketing, the subject of the data has the right to object at any time to the processing of such information for that purpose. To the degree that profiling is connected to such direct marketing, this is applicable. If the subject of the data objects, Find Email Address Find Email Address consents to the processing for direct marketing reasons. will no longer use the personal information for this processing.
Additionally, the data subject has the right to object to Find Email Address’s processing of his or her personal data on the basis of factors specific to their case. for statistical purposes in accordance with Article 89(1) of the GDPR, for scientific or historical research, or unless the processing is required to carry out a task in the public interest.
The data subject may utilise any employee of Find Email Address to exercise their right to object, and they are also free to object via automated means utilising technological specifications if they so choose, despite Directive 2002/58/EC, while using information society services.
h) Individual decision-making that is automated, including profiling
Insofar as the decision (1) is not required for the creation or performance of a contract between the data subject and a data controller, or (2) is not permitted by Union or Member State law to which the data subject is subject, each data subject shall have the right granted by the European legislator not to be subject to a decision based solely on automated processing, including profiling, which produces legal effects concerning him or her, or similarly significantly affects him or her.
In the event that the choice is made in order to (1) enter into or carry out a contract between the data subject and a data controller, or (2) with the explicit permission of the data subject, Find Email Address shall put in place appropriate measures to protect the data subject’s rights, freedoms, and legitimate interests, including at the very least the right to request human intervention on the part of the controller and the right to voice one’s opinion and challenge a decision.
The data subject can get in touch with any employee of Find Email Address at any moment to exercise his or her rights to automated individual decision-making.
(I) The ability to revoke permission for data protection.
The European parliament has provided each data subject the freedom to revoke their permission at any time to the processing of their personal data.
If the data subject wants to use their right to revoke their consent, they can do so at any time by getting in touch with any Find Email Address employee.
10. Data privacy guidelines for using and applying for Affilinet
The controller has integrated enterprise Affilinet components into this website. German affiliate network Affilinet provides affiliate marketing services.
A web-based form of distribution called affiliate marketing enables commercial Internet site owners, also known as merchants or advertisers, to display advertising on other websites that are also known as affiliates or publishers. These advertisers are typically compensated through click-through or sale commissions. An affiliate integrates an advertising medium—such as a banner ad or another acceptable form of Internet advertising—provided by the merchant through the affiliate network on its own website pages or through other channels like email marketing or keyword advertising.
The Affilinet GmbH, located at Sapporo arc 6-8, 80637 Munich, Germany, is the corporation that runs Affilinet.
On the data subject’s information technology system, Affilinet places a cookie. The above definition of cookies is provided. Affilinet’s tracking cookie does not contain any personal information. Only the affiliate’s identification number, which designates the partner who acts as the potential customer’s intermediary, as well as the ordinal number of a website visitor and the advertising medium they clicked are stored. The processing of commission payments between a merchant and affiliate, which are processed through the affiliate network, namely Affilinet, is the objective of this data storage.
Access to Affilinet’s applicable data protection policies can be found at https://www.affili.net/uk/footeritem/privacy-policy.
11. Guidelines for data privacy when using and applying for Facebook
The controller has included elements of the business Facebook on this website. Among social networks is Facebook.
A social network is an online community that hosts social gatherings and often enables users to connect and communicate with one another in a virtual setting. A social network can be used as a forum for the sharing of ideas and insights or as a way for the online community to share information about themselves or their businesses. Users of social networks can create private accounts on Facebook, add images, and connect with others by sending friend requests.
Facebook, Inc., located at 1 Hacker Way in Menlo Park, California, 94025, is the corporation that runs the social media platform. The controller for individuals who reside outside of the US or Canada is Facebook Ireland Ltd., 4 Grand Canal Square, Grand Canal Harbour, Dublin 2, Ireland.
The web browser on the data subject’s information technology system is automatically prompted to download display of the relevant Facebook component from Facebook through the Facebook component with each call-up to one of the individual pages of this Internet website, which is operated by the controller and into which a Facebook component (Facebook plug-ins) was integrated. You may see a list of all Facebook Plug-ins at https://developers.facebook.com/docs/plugins/. Facebook learns over the course of this technical process the particular sub-site of our website the data subject visited.
If the data subject is also logged in to Facebook, Facebook will be able to tell which exact sub-site of our Internet page the data subject visited with each visit to our website by the data subject as well as throughout their whole stay on our Internet site. The data subject’s specific Facebook account is linked to the information that was obtained through the Facebook component. Facebook correlates this information with the personal Facebook user account of the data subject and retains the personal data if the data subject clicks on one of the Facebook buttons incorporated into our website, such as the “Like” button, or if the data subject leaves a comment.
When a user visits our website while simultaneously logged into Facebook using the Facebook component, Facebook always obtains information about the user’s visit via the Facebook component. Whether the data subject clicks on the Facebook component or not, this happens. If the data subject decides that such a communication of information to Facebook is not what they want, they may prevent it by checking out of Facebook before visiting our website.
Facebook’s data protection policy, which is available at https://facebook.com/about/privacy/, contains details regarding the company’s collection, handling, and use of personal data. Also described there are the configuration options Facebook provides to safeguard the privacy of the data subject. Additionally, a variety of configuration options are provided to enable the removal of data transfer to Facebook. The data subject may utilise these programmes to prevent a data transmission to Facebook.
12. Data protection guidelines for utilising and applying Google Analytics (with anonymization function)
The controller has included a Google Analytics component on this website (with the anonymizer function). A web analytics service is Google Analytics. Web analytics is the process of acquiring information about website visitors’ behaviour and then analysing it. A online analysis service gathers information about a user’s origin website (the “referrer”), the subpages they visited, and how frequently and how long they spent on each page. Web analytics are mostly used for website optimization and to evaluate the costs and benefits of online advertising.
Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Pkwy, Mountain View, CA 94043-1351, USA, is the administrator of the Google Analytics component.
The controller uses the programme “_gat” for site analytics through Google Analytics. _anonymizeIp”. When a user accesses our websites from a Member State of the European Union or another Contracting State to the Agreement on the European Economic Area, Google uses this application to shorten and anonymize the data subject’s IP address of their Internet connection.
The Google Analytics component’s main function is to examine website traffic. In addition to providing online reports that illustrate the activities on our websites and other services relating to the use of our Internet site for us, Google utilises the data and information obtained, among other things, to assess how well our website is used.
On the data subject’s information technology system, Google Analytics instals a cookie. The above definition of cookies is provided. Google is able to track how people use our website thanks to the cookie that has been set. The Internet browser on the data subject’s information technology system will automatically transmit data through the Google Analytics component for the purposes of online advertising and the settlement of commissions to Google with each access to one of the individual pages of this Internet site, which is operated by the controller and into which a Google Analytics component was integrated. In the course of this technical process, Google’s business learns personal information about the data subject, such as their IP address, which helps Google, among other things, determine where visits and clicks are coming from and where commissions should be paid out.
The cookie is used to store personal data, including the date and time of the access, the location from which it was made, and how frequently the data subject accesses our website. Such personal information, including the IP address of the data subject’s Internet connection, is sent to Google in the United States of America with each visit to our website. Google keeps these private information on its servers in the USA. Google may divulge the personal information it has obtained through the technological process to outside parties.
As previously said, the data subject has the ability to permanently block cookie setting through our website at any time by making the necessary adjustments to the web browser in use. A similar modification to the Internet browser would stop Google Analytics from placing a cookie on the data subject’s information technology system. Additionally, Google Analytics cookies that have already been set up can always be erased using a web browser or other applications.
You may find further details and the Google policies that apply to data protection at https://www.google.com/intl/en/policies/privacy/ and http://www.google.com/analytics/terms/us.html. More information about Google Analytics can be found at https://www.google.com/analytics/.
13. Guidelines for data privacy when using and applying for LinkedIn
On this website, the controller has incorporated elements from the LinkedIn Corporation. With the help of the online social network LinkedIn, users can connect with one another and find new contacts in the professional world. LinkedIn is used by more than 400 million users in more than 200 countries. As a result, LinkedIn is one of the most popular websites in the world and the largest platform for business interactions right now.
The Internet browser on the data subject’s information technology system is automatically prompted to download a display of the relevant LinkedIn component of LinkedIn with each call-up to one of the specific pages of this Internet site, which is operated by the controller and on which a LinkedIn component (LinkedIn plug-in) was integrated. You may find more details about the LinkedIn plug-in at https://developer.linkedin.com/plugins. In the course of this technical process, LinkedIn learns which particular sub-page of our website the data subject visited.
If the data subject is also logged in to LinkedIn at the same time, LinkedIn will be able to tell with each visit to our website—and throughout their whole stay on our Internet site—which exact sub-page of our Internet page the data subject accessed. The data subject’s specific LinkedIn account is linked to the information that was obtained through the LinkedIn component. When a user clicks on one of the integrated LinkedIn buttons on our website, LinkedIn stores the personal data and assigns it to the user’s individual LinkedIn user account.
If the data subject is logged into LinkedIn at the time of the call-up to our website, LinkedIn will learn via the LinkedIn component that the data subject has visited our website. Whether the person hits the LinkedIn button or not, this happens. If the data subject decides that such a communication of information to LinkedIn is not what they want, they may prevent it by logging out of LinkedIn before visiting our website.
14. Application and use of Twitter data protection policies
The controller has included elements from Twitter on this website. Twitter is a multilingual, open-access microblogging platform where users can post and share so-called “tweets,” or brief messages with a character restriction of 280. Everyone has access to these brief communications, including those who are not registered into Twitter. The so-called followers of the particular person can also see the tweets. Twitter users who follow another user’s tweets are known as followers. Additionally, you can reach a large audience on Twitter by using hashtags, links, or retweets.
Twitter, Inc., 1355 Market Street, Suite 900, San Francisco, CA 94103, USA, is the corporation that runs the service.
The Internet browser on the data subject’s information technology system is automatically prompted to download a display of the relevant Twitter component of Twitter with each visit to a specific page of this Internet site, which is run by the controller and on which a Twitter component (Twitter button) was integrated. Visit https://about.twitter.com/de/resources/buttons for more information about the Twitter buttons. Twitter learns over the course of this technical process the particular sub-page of our website the data subject visited. The integration of the Twitter component serves to retransmit the content of this website so that users can share it with the online community and grow the number of people that visit it.
If the data subject is also logged in to Twitter, Twitter will be able to tell which exact sub-page of our website the data subject visited with each visit and throughout their whole stay on our website if they are linked in to Twitter at the same time. The related Twitter account of the data subject is where this information was obtained via the Twitter component. If the user clicks on one of the integrated Twitter buttons on our website, Twitter will assign this information to the user’s personal Twitter account and retain the personal data.
If the user is logged into Twitter at the time of calling up our website, Twitter will be informed via the Twitter component that the user has visited our website. Whether the user clicks on the Twitter component or not, this happens. If the data subject feels that such a transmission of information to Twitter is not in their best interests, they can prevent it by signing out of Twitter before visiting our website.
You can see Twitter’s applicable data protection policies at https://twitter.com/privacy.
15. Guidelines for data privacy when using and applying for YouTube
The controller has YouTube components built into this website. YouTube is an online video gateway that allows video publishers to freely upload video clips and share them with other users, as well as to view, rate, and comment on them. You may access full movies and TV broadcasts, as well as music videos, trailers, and films created by users, on YouTube because it allows you to publish all different types of videos.
The corporation that runs YouTube is called YouTube, LLC, and it is a division of Google Inc., which is located at 1600 Amphitheatre Pkwy in Mountain View, California, 94043-1351, USA.
The Internet browser on the data subject’s information technology system is automatically prompted to download a display of the corresponding YouTube component with each call-up to one of the specific pages of this Internet site, which is run by the controller and on which a YouTube component (YouTube video) was integrated. You may learn more about YouTube by visiting https://www.youtube.com/yt/about/en/. In the course of this technical process, YouTube and Google learn the particular sub-page of our website the data subject visited.
When a user accesses a subpage of our website that contains a YouTube video while logged in to YouTube, YouTube is informed as to which exact subpage of our website the user accessed. These data are gathered by Google and YouTube and linked to the relevant YouTube account of the data subject.
If the user is logged into YouTube at the time of the call to our website, YouTube and Google will be informed through the YouTube component that the user has visited our website; this happens regardless of whether the user clicks on a YouTube video or not. If the data subject does not want this information transmitted to YouTube and Google, they can avoid the delivery by logging out of their own YouTube account before visiting our website.
The data protection rules for YouTube are available at https://www.google.com/intl/en/policies/privacy/ and contain details on how Google and YouTube acquire, process, and use personal data.
16. Data privacy guidelines for using and applying Awin
The controller on this website incorporates Awin components. German affiliate network Awin provides affiliate marketing services. Using an Internet-based sales method known as affiliate marketing, business owners of websites can display advertisements on other websites that are owned by affiliates or publishers and often compensated through click-through or sale commissions (e.g. sales partners). Through the affiliate network, the merchant offers an advertising medium, such as a banner ad or other acceptable Internet advertising tool, which is then integrated by an affiliate on their own web sites or marketed through other channels, such e-marketing or keyword advertising.
Awin AG, located at Eichhornstraße 3 in 10785 Berlin, Germany, is the business that runs Awin.
Awin places a cookie on the data subject’s information technology system. The above definition of cookies is provided. Awin’s tracking cookie does not keep any personal information. Only the affiliate’s identification number, which designates the partner who acts as the potential customer’s intermediary, as well as the ordinal number of a website visitor and the advertising medium they clicked are stored. The processing of commission payments between a merchant and affiliate, which are processed via the affiliate network, namely Awin, is the reason for the storage of this data.
As previously said, the data subject has the ability to permanently block cookie setting through our website at any time by making the necessary adjustments to the web browser in use. This modification to the Internet browser would also stop Awin from placing a cookie on the data subject’s information technology system. Additionally, cookies that have already been set by Awin can be erased whenever you choose using a web browser or other applications.
You can see the Awin policies that apply to data protection at http://www.Awin.com/us/about-Awin/privacy/.
17. Data privacy guidelines for using and applying TradeTracker
The controller has included TradeTracker components on this website. An affiliate network that provides affiliate marketing is called TradeTracker. Affiliate marketing is a type of Internet-based sales that allows commercial Internet site owners, sometimes known as merchants or advertisers, to place advertising on other websites that is typically compensated through click-through or sale commissions (e.g. sales partners, also called affiliates or publishers). Through the affiliate network, the merchant offers an advertising medium, such as a banner ad or other acceptable Internet advertising tool, which is then integrated by an affiliate on their own web sites or marketed through other channels, such e-marketing or keyword advertising.
TradeTracker Germany GmbH, Eiffestraße 426, 20537 Hamburg, Germany, is the firm that runs TradeTracker.
On the data subject’s information technology system, TradeTracker places a cookie. The above definition of cookies is provided. TradeTracker’s tracking cookie does not contain any personal information. Only the affiliate’s identification number, which designates the partner who acts as the potential customer’s intermediary, as well as the ordinal number of a website visitor and the advertising medium they clicked are stored. The processing of commission payments between a merchant and affiliate, which are processed via the affiliate network, namely TradeTracker, is the reason for the storage of this data.
You can find TradeTracker’s applicable data protection policies at https://tradetracker.com/privacy-policy/.
18. Data privacy guidelines for applying to and using Tradedoubler
The controller has implemented TradeDoubler components into this website. German affiliate network TradeDoubler provides affiliate marketing services. With the help of affiliate marketing, commercial website owners, also known as merchants or advertisers, can place advertising on other websites that is often compensated by click-through or sale commissions, such as those of sales partners, also known as affiliates or publishers. Through the affiliate network, the merchant offers an advertising medium, such as a banner ad or other acceptable Internet advertising tool, which is then integrated by an affiliate on their own web sites or marketed through other channels, such e-marketing or keyword advertising.
TradeDoubler GmbH, Herzog-Wilhelm-Straße 26, 80331 München, Germany, is the firm that runs TradeDoubler.
On the data subject’s information technology system, TradeDoubler places a cookie. The above definition of cookies is provided. No personal information is kept in the tracking cookie of TradeDoubler. Only the affiliate’s identification number, which designates the partner who acts as the potential customer’s intermediary, as well as the ordinal number of a website visitor and the advertising medium they clicked are stored. The processing of commission payments between a merchant and affiliate, which are processed via the affiliate network, namely TradeDoubler, is the reason for the storage of this data.
You may see TradeDoubler’s applicable data protection policies at http://www.tradedoubler.com/en/privacy-policy/.
19. Basis for the processing is legal
Section 6(1) lit. For processing operations for which we receive consent for a particular processing purpose, a GDPR acts as the legal foundation. The processing of personal data is justified under Article 6(1) lit. if it is required for the fulfilment of a contract to which the data subject is a party, as is the case, for instance, where processing activities are required for the provision of a good or other service. b GDPR. The same holds true for processing activities required for carrying out pre-contractual measures, such as queries about our products or services. Is our business subject to a legal requirement that calls for the processing of personal data, such as the need to satisfy tax responsibilities, for which the processing is authorised under Art. 6(1) lit. c GDPR.
In extremely rare circumstances, processing personal data may be required to safeguard the subject’s or another natural person’s vital interests. This would be the case, for instance, if a customer were hurt while visiting our business and we needed to give a doctor, hospital, or other third party his name, age, health insurance information, or other pertinent information. In that case, Art. 6(1) lit. would be the basis for processing. d GDPR.
Lastly, Article 6(1) lit. could serve as the foundation for processing operations. f GDPR. This legal basis is used for processing operations that are not covered by any of the aforementioned legal grounds, provided that the processing is required to further the legitimate interests of our company or a third party, unless such interests are outweighed by the interests of the data subject or by fundamental rights and freedoms that require the protection of personal data. Such processing processes are particularly allowed because the European legislator has specifically mentioned them. He believed that if the data subject is a client of the controller, a legitimate interest may be presumed (Recital 47 Sentence 2 GDPR).
20. the proper pursuit of the controller’s or a third party’s legitimate interests
Where Article 6(1) lit. is the legal basis for the processing of personal data, Our legitimate interest under GDPR is to conduct business in a way that benefits all of our employees and shareholders.
21. The time frame for which personal data will be retained
The relevant statutory retention period is the criterion used to decide how long personal data must be stored. As long as it is no longer required for the completion of the contract or the beginning of a contract, the associated data is routinely erased after the expiration of that time period.
22. Providing personal information is required by law or contract.
It is also necessary to engage into a contract; it is the data subject’s responsibility to do so; and there may be repercussions if they are not provided.
We make it clear that the provision of personal data may be necessitated by contract or may be mandated by the law (such as tax requirements) (e.g. information on the contractual partner).
It may occasionally be required for us to enter into a contract with the data subject in order for us to treat their personal data afterward. For instance, the data subject is required to give us personal information when our business enters into a contract with him or her. The failure to provide the personal data would make it impossible to enter into a contract with the data subject.
Before providing personal information, the data subject must speak with any employee. The employee makes it clear to the data subject if providing personal data is required by law, contract, or is necessary for the completion of the contract, whether doing so is required, and what happens if personal data is not provided.