Responsible party as per the EU GDPR:
Gathering of Data
When visiting our websites, we automatically gather general data. This data (server logfiles) includes e.g.: type of browser, operating system, IP address, ... This data is not related to specific persons. The data is for internal purpose only, e.g. for proper rendering of the website, statistical analysis, ... in order to improve our service for you.
When you use our services your search queries will be saved. This activity helps make your experience faster and more useful. The search queries are statistically evaluated to improve our service.
We require certain personal data such as name, address, contact data or e-mail address for signing up for certain offers. Registered users can access certain extra services.
If you use a paid service, further data may be necessary, such as payment information.
We do our best (up-to-date software, encryption algorithms, ...) to protect your data.
Disclosure, correction, blocking, deleting data and objecting
You have the right to inquire about your personal data, ask to change or delete it - if compatible with the legal framework.
Changes or objections to a prior consent can be achieved by contacting us.
If you contact us - e.g. via e-mail - the respective data will be saved for the processing of your request.
Our website uses "Cookies". A cookie is a small file containing a string of characters that is sent to your computer when you visit a website.
When you visit the website again, the cookie allows that website to recognize your browser. Cookies may store user preferences and other information. Data that is collected by us is never passed on to third parties without your authorization.
You can configure your browser to refuse all cookies or to indicate when a cookie is being sent. However, some website features or services may not function properly without cookies.
This website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google LLC ("Google"). Google uses Google Analytics data to provide the Google Analytics measurement service. Identifiers such as cookies and app instance IDs are used to measure user interactions with our web, while IP addresses are used to provide and protect the security of the service, and to give the customer a sense of where in the world their users come from. You may customize cookies and the data collected with features like cookie settings, User-ID, Data Import, and Measurement Protocol.
Our website uses Google Conversion-Tracking. If you got to our page by clicking on a Google Ad, Google Adwords saves a conversion tracking cookie on your computer. After 30 days the cookies lose their validity and are deleted by your browser. Website users are not identified. Within the 30 days, us and Google can determine whether the user clicked on an Ad to get to our page. Google Adwords cookies are customer specific and cannot be tracked outside the websites of Adwords customers. The information gathered by conversion cookies is used to create conversion statistics. The customers can find out, how many users clicked on the Ad to visit their website. Personal data of the users is not transmitted.
If you do not want to be tracked you can set this up on your browsers settings. Cookies can be deactivated generally or you can set your browser to block googleservices.com cookies.
Opt-out-Cookies should not be deleted if you want to deny the gathering of measurement data. If you delete all cookies in your browser, opt-out-cookies will have to be set again.
Facebook Business Tools
Our website uses Facebook Business ad services (including Plugins, APIs,... like Facebook pixel) to provide visitors of our website the most relevant information and advertising.
Facebook’s tracking pixel can be used to generate data such as lists of visitors who have come to the site and their interests. This is Facebook’s data as the business user does not have access to the specific details it gathers.
Facebook's commitment & preparation: “Data protection is central to the Facebook Companies (Facebook and Messenger, Instagram, Oculus and WhatsApp). We comply with current EU data protection law and will comply with the GDPR. Our GDPR preparations are well underway, led by our Dublin-based data protection team and supported by the largest cross-functional team in Facebook's history.”