Data Protection Statement
We are pleased that you have visited the Fink Tec GmbH website. It is very important to us that your data is processed safely and confidentially, and in particular that the statutory regulations in force of the German Telemedia Act [TMG], the German General Data Protection Regulations [DSGVO], the German Federal Data Protection Act [BDSG-neu], and other German legal data protection regulations. To do justice to these requirements we have taken technical as well as organisational measures to ensure compliance with these regulations.
1. Personal data
In accordance with Article 4 Para 1 of the GDPR [DSGVO] regulations, personal data includes all information referring to an identified or identifiable natural person. A person who can be identified directly or indirectly, in particular by means of being allocated identifying information such as a name, an identifying number, geographical data, online identification, or one or more special characteristics, and these include in this case names, addresses, telephone numbers, e-mail or IP addresses.
2. Data collected and processed when a visit is paid to our website
When calling up this website, data is automatically sent to the server of this website by the internet browser used by the visitor and saved for a limited period of time in a logfile. We need to have the logfiles for technical reasons so that the webpage called up by you can be shown to you. The legal basis for saving this data is shown in Article 6 Para 1 P 1 letter f of the GDPR [DSGVO]. It will be deleted after 180 days following the visit to the webpage. The data below will be saved without the visitor having to enter it until it is automatically deleted.
- Browser used (Model and version)
- Time at which the webpage is called up
- Whether the call up is successful or not
- The visitor’s operating system
- The webpage URL through which you reached us (referrer URL)
- Host name of the accessing computer
- IP address used for access
The logfiles are also used for statistical analysis and for improving the web page (Legal basis Article 6 Para 1 P 1 letter f) of the GDPR [DSGVO]. This enables us to identify any errors there may be, such as faulty links. In connection with your use of the website, the IP address of the computer used by you will be shown, inter alia. Under certain circumstances it may be possible to identify the web page user from the IP address. An analysis of the logged IP addresses designed to do this will not, however, be conducted by us. The IP addresses will be analysed solely on a statistical basis in an anonymised format. We shall also receive the technical information by using Matomo, which is sent over by your browser. This information will only be analysed for statistical purposes. You will find further information about Matomo further below:
Cookies will be used when a visit is made to this web page. Cookies will be saved by your web browser on the computer if you open one of our web pages. They serve to enhance the level of service quality when you visit this webpage. You can set up a blanket ban on cookies by setting your browser appropriately. This may, however, result in this web page being restricted in terms of scope of function.
Session cookies (temporary use)
Persistent cookies (use for a set period of time)
Session cookies (legal basis Article 6 Para 1 P 1 letter f) GDPR [DSGVO] are deleted automatically when you close down the browser. This includes in particular session cookies. These save a so-called session ID with which various enquiries by your browser can be allocated to the same session. This makes it possible to identify your computer if you return to the web page. The session cookies are deleted when you close down your browser.
Pesistent cookies are only used in connection with the web analysis services used by us (legal basis Article 6 Para 1 P 1 letter f GDPR [DSGVO] and they are only used for as long as required. They have a service life of no more than two years. You may delete the cookies from the hard disk of your computer at any time by using the data protection function on your browser. In this case the functions and the user friendliness of the services available could be restricted.
4. Analysis and statistics with Matomo
In addition to this it is possible to have the data collection function in Matomo deactivated.
You may decide here whether an explicit web analysis cookie may be deposited in your browser in order to enable the web page operator to collect and analyse various statistical data.
If you wish to decide against this, remove the following ticks in order to deposit the Matomo deactivation cookie in your browser.
The legal basis substantiating the use of analysis tools is Article 6 Para 1, P 1 letter f GDPR [DSGVO]. Our business has a justified interest in web page analysis and it serves to record the statistics of web page use enabling us to improve our web page and the services we offer on a continual basis. The data sent by us linked to cookies , user identification (e.g. User-ID) or advertising ID will automatically be deleted after 90 days.
5. Contact forms
Insofar as you avail yourself of the option to contact us by filling in our contact form, you will only have to give us your name, your company name, and your e-mail address. Obligatory information boxes you fill out will be marked as such. Any additional information you enter will be submitted by you on a voluntary basis.
The data entered is of course only used by us for that purpose for which you have disclosed it to us. If it is contact details, you likewise grant your consent to us contacting you by the relevant method to enable us to handle your request.
Information disclosed by you is passed over on a voluntary basis in accordance with Article 6, Para 1 P 1 letter a of the GDPR [DSGVO]. The personal data collected from you in the contact form enabling us to contact you will automatically be deleted as soon as your enquiry has been dealt with and if there are no reasons for keeping it any longer (e.g. drawing up a quote subsequently or for entering into a contract).
You may revoke your consent with effect for the future at any time. To do so, please contact us directly (See our contact details below).
6. Links to other web pages
Our web page may contain links to web pages maintained by other suppliers for whom this data protection statement does not apply. Should personal data be collected, processed or used in connection with the web pages of other suppliers, please observe the data protection information from the respective supplier.
We have taken various technical and organisational precautionary measures to protect your data (e.g. from destruction, loss, tampering and access by unauthorised parties). All our security measures are subjected to a regular check, reviewed, and updated to take technical progress into account.
8. Data is not forwarded to third parties
Your data will not be forwarded to third parties, unless there is a statutory reason for doing so, which obliges or entitles us to do so:
- In accordance with Article 6 Para 1 P 1 letter a GDPR [DSGVO] having been expressly authorised to do so by the person concerned;
- It is necessary for us to forward it in accordance with Article 6 Para 1 P 1 letter f GDPR [DSGVO] to assert, exercise or mount a defence against legal claims and there is no reason to assume that the person concerned has a predominating interest warranting protection for their data not to be passed on;
- There is a statutory obligation to pass over the data in accordance with Article 6 Para 1 P 1 letter c GDPR [DSGVO], and/or
- This is necessary in accordance with Article 6 Para 1 P 1 letter b GDPR [DSGVO] to fulfil a contractual relationship with the person concerned.
Insofar as external service providers have access to your data, compliance with the Data Protection Act is ensured by taking technical and organisational measures, having the legal bases for doing so, and entering into agreements governing order processing or non-disclosure agreements.
9. Rights of the person concerned
In accordance with Article 15 GDPR [DSGVO], you are entitled to receive information about the data saved about you including the names of any parties which may have received this information and the scheduled length of time over which this information is to be saved. Should incorrect personal data have been processed, you will, in accordance with Article 16 GDPR [DSGVO], be entitled to have it corrected. If the statutory preconditions have been satisfied, you may demand that the personal data held about you is deleted or that processing is restrictedas well as raise an objection to processing (Article 17, 18 and 21 GDPR [DSGVO]. Please contact us or our data protection officer directly for this. (Contact details below).
10. Contacting the supervisory authority
You are entitled to lodge acomplaint with and obtain information from a data protection supervisory authority, for example with the officer for Data Protection and Information security responsible for us at the supervisory authority in North Rhine-Westphalia. (LDI NRW). https://www.ldi.nrw.de/metanavi_Impressum/index.php
11. Changes in the regulations
We shall reserve the right to amend the data protection statement. This may take place for technical as well as legal reasons relating to data protection. We would therefore ask that you comply with the latest version.
12. Contact details of data protection officer
KATLEX Datenschutz-Management GmbH
Wolbecker Windmühle 61
Status as at: 09/2018
13. Contact details of person responsible
Fink Tec GmbH
Oberster Kamp 23
Status as at: 09/2018