Data pro­tec­tion dec­la­ra­tion

The fol­lo­wing is a simple over­view of what hap­pens to your per­so­nal data when you access our web­site. Per­so­nal data con­sists of all data by means of which you can be iden­ti­fied as an indi­vi­dual. For deta­iled infor­ma­tion on the topic of data pro­tec­tion, please con­sult our data pro­tec­tion dec­la­ra­tion, which can be found below this exp­la­na­tion.

Who cont­rols the col­lec­tion of data for this web­site?
Data is pro­ces­sed on this web­site by the web­site owner. The rele­vant con­tact deta­ils can be found in the web­site imp­res­sum.

How do we col­lect your data?
Your data is on the one hand col­lec­ted by your infor­ming us of it. This may, for ins­tance, be any data that you enter in a con­tact form.
Other data is detec­ted auto­ma­ti­cally by our IT sys­tems during your visit to our web­site. This is pri­ma­rily tech­ni­cal data (e.g. your inter­net bro­w­ser, ope­ra­ting system or the time a page was viewed). This data is col­lec­ted auto­ma­ti­cally as soon as you access our web­site.

What do we use your data for?
Cer­tain data is col­lec­ted to ensure our web­site is disp­la­yed cor­rectly. Other data may be used to analyse your beha­vi­our as a user.

What are your rights with regard to your data?
You have the right, at any time and at no charge, to obtain infor­ma­tion about the source, recipient(s) and pur­pose of any of your per­so­nal data we have saved. You are also entit­led to assert your right to the cor­rec­tion, bloc­king or era­sure of this data. For this and for any other ques­ti­ons on the topic of data pro­tec­tion, feel free to con­tact us at any time using the add­ress spe­ci­fied in the imp­res­sum. Furt­her­more, you have the right to lodge a comp­la­int to the res­pon­sible super­vi­sory aut­ho­rity.
When you visit our web­site, your sur­fing beha­vi­our may be analy­sed for sta­tis­ti­cal pur­po­ses. This pri­ma­rily takes place using cookies and what are known as analy­sis prog­rams. Your sur­fing beha­vi­our is gene­rally analy­sed anony­mo­usly; sur­fing beha­vi­our can never be traced back to an indi­vi­dual. You can object to this analy­sis or pre­vent it by deac­ti­va­ting cer­tain tools. For more deta­iled infor­ma­tion on this, see the data pro­tec­tion dec­la­ra­tion below.
You can object to this analy­sis. Furt­her infor­ma­tion on raising an objec­tion can be found in the data pro­tec­tion dec­la­ra­tion below.

Gene­ral notes and infor­ma­tion on obli­ga­ti­ons
As the owners of these pages, we take the pro­tec­tion of your per­so­nal data very seri­o­usly. We shall treat your per­so­nal data with con­fi­den­ti­ality and in accor­dance with both legal regu­la­ti­ons on data pro­tec­tion and this data pro­tec­tion dec­la­ra­tion.
When you use this web­site, vari­ous types of per­so­nal data will be col­lec­ted. Per­so­nal data is data by means of which you can be iden­ti­fied as an indi­vi­dual. This data pro­tec­tion dec­la­ra­tion exp­la­ins which data we col­lect and what we use it for. It also exp­la­ins how this is done and what pur­pose we use it for.
Please note that safety gaps may exist in the case of data trans­fer via the inter­net (e.g. during e-mail com­mu­ni­ca­tion). It is not pos­sible to pro­tect data from access by third par­ties wit­hout any secu­rity gaps ari­sing.

Notes on the data cont­rol­ler
The res­pon­sible cont­rol­ler for the pro­ces­sing of data on this web­site is: Selux AG, Mot­ze­ner Straße 34, 12277 Berlin, Tel.: +49 (30) 72001 – 0, Fax: +49 (30) 72001 – 100, E-mail: info@​selux.​de

Withd­ra­wing your con­sent to data pro­ces­sing
Many data pro­ces­sing ope­ra­ti­ons are only pos­sible with your exp­ress con­sent. You can revoke the con­sent after you have gran­ted it at any time. In order to do this, an infor­mal e-mail is suf­fi­ci­ent. This does not affect any data pro­ces­sing that took place up until the con­sent was revo­ked.

Right to lodge a comp­la­int with a super­vi­sory aut­ho­rity
In case of inf­rin­ge­ments of data pro­tec­tion rights, the data sub­ject con­cer­ned has a right to lodge a comp­la­int to the res­pon­sible super­vi­sory aut­ho­rity. The res­pon­sible super­vi­sory aut­ho­rity for mat­ters of data pro­tec­tion law is the data pro­tec­tion offi­cer res­pon­sible for the German fede­ral state in which our company’s head office is loca­ted.

Right to data por­ta­bi­lity
You have the right to insist that data that we pro­cess auto­ma­ti­cally on the basis of your con­sent or to ful­fill a cont­ract be handed over to your­self or to a third party in a com­monly ava­ilable, mac­hine-readable format. Where you requ­est direct trans­fer of your data to anot­her cont­rol­ler, this shall only be done pro­vi­ding this is tech­ni­cally feasible.

Infor­ma­tion, bloc­king, era­sure
Within the valid legal fra­me­work, you have the right at no fee and at any time to access infor­ma­tion about your per­so­nal data, its source, the recipient(s) hereof and the pur­pose for which it is being pro­ces­sed and, where app­li­cable, the right to its cor­rec­tion, bloc­king or era­sure. For this and for any other ques­ti­ons on the topic of per­so­nal data, feel free to con­tact us at any time using the add­ress spe­ci­fied in the imp­res­sum.

Objec­tion to adver­ti­sing e-mails
Use of the con­tact data pub­lis­hed as part of our imp­res­sum obli­ga­tion for the sen­ding of adver­ti­sing and infor­ma­tion mate­ri­als that have not been exp­ressly requ­es­ted is hereby objec­ted to. The owners of this web­site reserve the exp­ress right to under­take legal steps in the case of unso­li­ci­ted sen­ding of adver­ti­sing infor­ma­tion such as spam e-mails.

Data pro­tec­tion offi­cer
The data pro­tec­tion offi­cer we have appo­in­ted for our com­pany is Mr Jan Wand­rey, Mot­ze­ner Straße 25, 12277 Berlin, Tel.: +49 30 720102230, kontakt@​agidat.​de, www​.agidat​.de.

Data col­lec­tion on our web­site

Cookies
This web­site uses what are known as cookies. Cookies do not cause any damage to your com­pu­ter, nor do they con­tain any viru­ses. Rather, they enable our ser­vice to be more user-fri­endly, more effec­tive and secure. Cookies are small text files that your bro­w­ser saves and which are stored on your com­pu­ter.
Most cookies used by us are what are known as ses­sion cookies. These are dele­ted at the end of your visit. Other cookies will remain stored on your end device until you delete them. These cookies enable us to recog­nise your bro­w­ser again the next time you visit our web­site.
You can adjust your bro­w­ser so that you will be infor­med when cookies are set and only permit cookies in indi­vi­dual cases, accept cookies for cer­tain cases or gene­rally prec­lude them and acti­vate auto­ma­tic dele­tion of cookies when the bro­w­ser is closed. If cookies are deac­ti­va­ted, the func­ti­ona­lity of this web­site may howe­ver be rest­ric­ted.
Cookies requ­ired to carry out the elect­ro­nic com­mu­ni­ca­tion pro­cess or to pro­vide cer­tain func­ti­ons you may requ­ire (e.g. the shop­ping cart func­tion) shall be saved on the basis of Art. 6 para. 1 point f of the GDPR. The web­site ope­ra­tor has a legi­ti­mate inte­rest in saving cookies in order to ensure the tech­ni­cally fault­less, opti­mi­sed pro­vi­sion of its ser­vi­ces. Where other cookies (e.g. for the analy­sis of your sur­fing beha­vi­our) are saved, this is dealt with sepa­ra­tely in this data pro­tec­tion dec­la­ra­tion.

SSL or TLS encryp­tion
This web­site uses SSL or TLS encryp­tion for secu­rity reasons and to pro­tect the trans­fer of con­fi­den­tial con­tent such as purc­hase orders or requ­ests that you send us as the web­site owner. An encryp­ted con­nec­tion can be recog­ni­sed by the add­ress line of the bro­w­ser chan­ging from http://” to https://” and the pad­lock symbol appe­aring in the browser’s add­ress line on some bro­w­sers.
When SSL or TLS encryp­tion is acti­va­ted, the data that you send to us cannot be read by any third par­ties.

Server log files
The web­site pro­vi­der col­lects and saves infor­ma­tion auto­ma­ti­cally in what are known as server log files, which your bro­w­ser trans­fers auto­ma­ti­cally to us. These are:

  • bro­w­ser type and bro­w­ser ver­sion
  • ope­ra­ting system used
  • refer­rer URL
  • host name of acces­sing com­pu­ter
  • time of server requ­est
  • IP add­ress

This data shall not be asso­ci­ated with any other data sour­ces in any way.
The basis for data pro­ces­sing is Art. 6 para. 1 point f of the GDPR, which per­mits data being pro­ces­sed in order to comply with cont­rac­tual or pre­cont­rac­tual measu­res.

App­li­ca­tion con­tact form
In cases where you send us per­so­nal data via a con­tact form for a job app­li­ca­tion, your data from the query form inc­lu­ding any con­tact data you spe­cify there and docu­ments for the app­li­ca­tion pro­cess shall be saved. We shall only for­ward this data inter­nally to depart­ments inte­res­ted in your rec­ru­it­ment. We shall save this data for the dura­tion of the app­li­ca­tion pro­cess unless we are in rece­ipt of your con­sent to store it for longer.
The data ente­red in this con­tact form shall the­re­fore be pro­ces­sed solely on the basis of your con­sent (Art. 6 para. 1 point a of the GPDR). You can revoke this con­sent at any time. In order to do this, an infor­mal e-mail is suf­fi­ci­ent.
This does not affect any data pro­ces­sing ope­ra­ti­ons that took place until your con­sent was revo­ked.
The data you have input in the con­tact form shall be reta­ined by us until you requ­est us to delete it, revoke your con­sent to its being saved or when the pur­pose for which it was col­lec­ted is no longer app­li­cable (e.g. after your app­li­ca­tion has been pro­ces­sed). This does not affect obli­ga­tory legal spe­ci­fi­ca­ti­ons – in par­ti­cu­lar sto­rage peri­ods.

Con­fi­gu­ra­tor
When using the configurator’s per­so­na­li­sa­tion func­tion, data will be saved tem­po­ra­rily in order to create a cata­lo­gue. After the cata­lo­gue has been cre­ated, this data will be erased.

Analy­sis tools and adver­ti­sing

Google Analy­tics
This web­site uses func­ti­ons by the web analy­sis ser­vice Google Analy­tics. The pro­vi­der is Google Inc., 1600 Amp­hit­he­atre Par­k­way, Moun­tain View, CA 94043, USA.
Google Analy­tics uses what are known as cookies. These are text files that are saved on your com­pu­ter and which enable analy­sis of your use of the web­site. The infor­ma­tion gene­ra­ted by the cookie about your use of the web­site is gene­rally saved to a Google server in the USA, where it is stored.
Google Analy­tics cookies are saved on the basis of Art. 6 para 1 point f of the GDPR. The web­site owner has a jus­ti­fied inte­rest in the analy­sis of your user beha­vi­our in order to opti­mise both its web­site and also the adver­ti­sing the­reof.
We have acti­va­ted the IP anony­mi­sa­tion func­tion on this web­site. This means your IP add­ress will be shor­te­ned by Google within Member States of the Euro­pean Union or in other cont­ract states of the Agre­ement on the Euro­pean Eco­no­mic Area prior to its trans­fer to the USA. Only in excep­ti­onal cases will the full IP add­ress be trans­fer­red to a Google server in the USA and shor­te­ned there. Google will use this infor­ma­tion to eva­lu­ate your use of the web­site on behalf of the owner of this web­site, to create reports on behalf of the web­site owner about web­site acti­vi­ties and pro­vide other ser­vi­ces asso­ci­ated with the use of the web­site and your use of the inter­net. The IP add­ress trans­fer­red in the con­text of Google Analy­tics by your bro­w­ser will not be asso­ci­ated with any other data by Google. 

Bro­w­ser plug-in
You can pre­vent cookies being saved by under­ta­king an app­rop­ri­ate set­ting in your bro­w­ser sof­t­ware. Please note howe­ver that in such cases you may not be able to use all func­ti­ons of this web­site to their full scope. You can also pre­vent the col­lec­tion of data gene­ra­ted by the cookie based on your use of the web­site (inc. your IP add­ress) by Google and the pro­ces­sing of this data by Google by down­lo­ading and ins­tal­ling the bro­w­ser plug-in ava­ilable via the fol­lo­wing link: https://​tools​.google​.com/​d​l​p​a​g​e​/​g​a​o​p​t​o​u​t​?​hl=de.
Objec­ting to data col­lec­tion
You can pre­vent the col­lec­tion of your data by Google Analy­tics by clic­king on the fol­lo­wing link. An opt-out cookie will be set in such cases, which will pre­vent your data being col­lec­ted during sub­se­qu­ent visits to this web­site: Deac­ti­vate Google Analy­tics.
For more infor­ma­tion about the hand­ling of user data with Google Analy­tics, please con­sult the Google data pro­tec­tion dec­la­ra­tion: https://​sup​port​.google​.com/​a​n​a​l​y​t​i​c​s​/​a​n​s​w​e​r​/​6​0​0​4​2​4​5​?​hl=de.

Hotjar
Our web­site uses the web analy­sis ser­vice hotjar on some pages of this web­site. This is pro­vi­ded by Hotjar Ltd, Level 2, St Juli­ans Busi­ness Centre,3, Elia Zammit Street, St Juli­ans STJ 1000, Malta, Europe.
This is a tool that records move­ments on pages moni­to­red using what are known as heat maps. These enable us to detect where users click and how far they scroll anony­mo­usly. Sub­se­qu­ently we can design our web­site so it is better and more cus­to­mer fri­endly.
All data is col­lec­ted such that it cannot be assig­ned to par­ti­cu­lar users. We are merely able to dis­cern your mouse move­ments, where you click and how far you scroll. Furt­her­more the screen size of the device, the device type, infor­ma­tion on the bro­w­ser, the country from where the web­site was acces­sed and the pre­fer­red lan­gu­age will be detec­ted. If per­so­nal data is disp­la­yed on a web­site, this is hidden auto­ma­ti­cally by hotjar. You cannot the­re­fore be detec­ted by us as a user.
Use of the hotjar tool can be pre­ven­ted using a Do Not Track-Header”. In such cases no data will then be col­lec­ted about your use of this web­site. Your bro­w­ser must be con­fi­gu­red accor­dingly for this. The hotjar tool can be deac­ti­va­ted using an opt out. For furt­her infor­ma­tion, see: https://​www​.hotjar​.com/​o​p​t-out.
For furt­her infor­ma­tion about hotjar Ltd. and about the hotjar tool, see: https://​www​.hotjar​.com. The data pro­tec­tion dec­la­ra­tion of hotjar Ltd. Is ava­ilable at: https://​www​.hotjar​.com/​p​r​ivacy.

Which rights can you assert?

Right to object
You can assert your right to object to the pro­ces­sing of your per­so­nal data at any time on the basis of Art.6, para. 1 point f) of the EU GDPR.
You have the right at any time to raise an objec­tion to the pro­ces­sing of your per­so­nal data where this is pro­ces­sed pur­su­ant to Art. 6 para. 1 point f) of the EU GDPR.

Direct adver­ti­sing
Should we pro­cess your per­so­nal data for the pur­pose of direct adver­ti­sing, you have the right as a data sub­ject to object to the pro­ces­sing of your per­so­nal data at any time for the pur­pose of direct adver­ti­sing. You can unsubsc­ribe from our news­let­ter at any time or via e-mail using the link spe­ci­fied at the end of the rele­vant news­let­ter wit­hout any costs being incur­red for you other than the costs of the trans­fer at the basic tariff.

Right to access to infor­ma­tion
On requ­est you will be sent infor­ma­tion about the pro­ces­sing of your per­so­nal data.
You have the right to requ­est con­fir­ma­tion from us on whet­her we are pro­ces­sing your per­so­nal data. If this is being done, you have a right to access to infor­ma­tion about this per­so­nal data.

As a user of our web­site you can demand access to infor­ma­tion from the res­pon­sible offi­cer.
You also have the right to access to the fol­lo­wing infor­ma­tion:
o The pro­ces­sing purpose(s)
o The cate­gory or cate­go­ries of per­so­nal data being pro­ces­sed
o The recipient(s) or cate­go­ries of reci­pi­ents to whom the per­so­nal data has been or is to be disc­lo­sed, par­ti­cu­larly in case of reci­pi­ents in third count­ries or at inter­na­ti­onal orga­ni­sa­ti­ons
o If pos­sible, the plan­ned dura­tion for which the per­so­nal data is to be saved or, if this is not pos­sible, the cri­te­ria used for defi­ning this dura­tion
o The exis­tence of a right to cor­rec­tion or era­sure of your per­so­nal data or to rest­rict its pro­ces­sing by the cont­rol­ler or any right to object to this pro­ces­sing
o The exis­tence of any right to lodge a comp­la­int to a super­vi­sory aut­ho­rity
o If the per­so­nal data was not col­lec­ted from the person con­cer­ned, all ava­ilable infor­ma­tion about the source of this data
o The exis­tence of any auto­ma­ted deci­sion-making pro­cess inc­lu­ding pro­fi­ling in accor­dance with Art. 22 parag­raphs 1 and 4 of the EU GDPR and – at least in these cases – sig­ni­fi­cant infor­ma­tion about the prog­ram­ming logic invol­ved and the scope and the objec­ti­ves aimed at by this type of pro­ces­sing with regard to the data sub­ject.
o In cases where per­so­nal data is trans­fer­red to a third country or an inter­na­ti­onal orga­ni­sa­tion, you have the right as a data sub­ject to be infor­med about any suitable assu­ran­ces that are in place in rela­tion to its trans­fer (pur­su­ant to Art. 46 of the EU GDPR).

Right to cor­rec­tion
You have the right to demand that your per­so­nal data as a data sub­ject be cor­rec­ted or comp­le­ted.
You have the right to demand from us the imme­di­ate cor­rec­tion of any per­so­nal data con­cer­ning you that is incor­rect. In con­si­de­ra­tion of the pur­po­ses of this pro­ces­sing, you have the right to demand the comp­le­tion of any incomp­lete per­so­nal data – inc­lu­ding by way of a supp­le­men­tary exp­la­na­tion.

Right to era­sure
You have the right to demand that any per­so­nal data con­cer­ning your person be dele­ted. In cer­tain cases we are obli­ged to comply with this demand.
You have the right to demand from us that your per­so­nal data be dele­ted imme­di­ately where one of the fol­lo­wing reasons app­lies:

  • The per­so­nal data is no longer app­li­cable for the pur­pose for which it was col­lec­ted or othe­r­wise pro­ces­sed.
  • You revoke your con­sent that was based on the pro­ces­sing pur­su­ant to Art. 6 parag­raph 1 point a or Art. 9 parag­raph 2 point a of the EU GDPR or where no other lawful basis for its pro­ces­sing exists. 
  • You object to the pro­ces­sing in accor­dance with Art. 21 parag­raph 1 of the EU GDPR and there are no other over­ri­ding reasons for its pro­ces­sing or you object to its pro­ces­sing in accor­dance with Art. 21 parag­raph 2 of the EU GDPR
  • The per­so­nal data has been pro­ces­sed unla­w­fully.
  • The era­sure of the per­so­nal data is requ­ired for comp­li­ance with a legal obli­ga­tion accor­ding to union law or Member State law to which we as the cont­rol­ler are sub­ject.
  • The per­so­nal data has been col­lec­ted in rela­tion to infor­ma­tion soci­ety ser­vi­ces pro­vi­ded directly to a child accor­ding to Art. 8 parag­raph 1 of the EU GDPR.
  • Fol­lo­wing your requ­est we shall delete the cor­res­pon­ding data imme­di­ately.
    This does not affect the law­ful­ness of its pro­ces­sing on the basis of your con­sent up until this was revo­ked.

Right to limi­ta­tion of pro­ces­sing
You have the right to demand from us that pro­ces­sing of any per­so­nal data that con­cerns you be limi­ted. In cer­tain cases we shall be obli­ged to comply with this demand.
You have the right to obtain your per­so­nal data that you pro­vi­ded us with as a data sub­ject in a struc­tu­red, com­monly ava­ilable, mac­hine-readable format and the right to trans­fer this data to anot­her cont­rol­ler wit­hout being pre­ven­ted by our­sel­ves, to whom the per­so­nal data was pro­vi­ded.
A pre­re­qu­isite here is that a) its pro­ces­sing is on the basis of con­sent in accor­dance with Art. 6 para. 1 point a) of the EU GDPR or Art. 9 para. 2 point a) of the EU GPDR or a cont­ract pur­su­ant to Art. 6 para. 1 point. B) of the EU GPDR and b) it is pro­ces­sed by means of an auto­ma­ted pro­ce­dure. When exer­ci­sing the right to data por­ta­bi­lity you have the right to demand that the per­so­nal data be trans­fer­red directly by us to anot­her cont­rol­ler pro­vi­ding this is tech­ni­cally feasible.

You have the right to demand limi­ta­ti­ons to the pro­ces­sing of your per­so­nal data where you con­test the cor­rect­ness of this per­so­nal data for the time the pro­ces­sor takes to check the cor­rect­ness of this per­so­nal data. Where this pro­ces­sing is unla­w­ful and you reject the era­sure of your per­so­nal data but ins­tead demand we limit use of your per­so­nal data, we shall then comply with your requ­est. Pro­ces­sing shall also be limi­ted in cases where we no longer requ­ire your per­so­nal data for the pro­ces­sing pur­pose but you requ­ire this to estab­lish, exer­cise or defend your own legal claims or you have objec­ted to its pro­ces­sing in accor­dance with Art. 21 para. 1 of the EU GPDR for the time taken to check whet­her or not the jus­ti­fied reasons of the cont­rol­ler over­ride your reasons. You shall be infor­med by us before this limi­ta­tion is res­cin­ded.

Right to data por­ta­bi­lity
You have the right to be issued with data saved about you as a data sub­ject in a mac­hine-readable format.
You have the right to obtain your per­so­nal data that you pro­vi­ded us with as a data sub­ject in a struc­tu­red, com­monly ava­ilable, mac­hine-readable format and the right to trans­fer this data to anot­her cont­rol­ler wit­hout being pre­ven­ted by our­sel­ves, to whom the per­so­nal data was pro­vi­ded.
A pre­re­qu­isite here is that a) its pro­ces­sing is on the basis of con­sent in accor­dance with Art. 6 para. 1 point a) of the EU GDPR or Art. 9 para. 2 point a) of the EU GPDR or anot­her cont­ract pur­su­ant to Art. 6 para. 1 point. B) of the EU GPDR and b) it is pro­ces­sed by means of an auto­ma­ted pro­ce­dure. When exer­ci­sing the right to data por­ta­bi­lity you have the right to demand that the per­so­nal data be trans­fer­red directly by us to anot­her cont­rol­ler pro­vi­ding this is tech­ni­cally feasible.

Right to revoke con­sent
You have the right to revoke your con­sent to the pro­ces­sing of your data at any time.
Where this pro­ces­sing is based on your con­sent, you have the right to withd­raw your con­sent at any time. This does not affect the law­ful­ness of its pro­ces­sing based on the con­sent until it was withd­rawn.

Right to legal remedy
You have the right to lodge a comp­la­int to the super­vi­sory aut­ho­rity.
The res­pon­sible super­vi­sory aut­ho­rity for our com­pany is: The Berlin Offi­cer for Data Pro­tec­tion and Fre­edom of infor­ma­tion, Fri­ed­richst­raße 219, 10969 Berlin, Visitor’s ent­rance: Putt­ka­mer Straße 16 — 18 (5th floor), Telep­hone: 030138 89 – 0, Fax: 030215 50 50, e-mail: mailbox@​datenschutz-​berlin.​de
If you are of the view that the pro­ces­sing of your per­so­nal data as a data sub­ject viola­tes the EU GPDR, you may lodge a comp­la­int with a super­vi­sory aut­ho­rity. You may in par­ti­cu­lar also con­tact the super­vi­sory aut­ho­rity for the loca­tion where you usu­ally reside, your workp­lace or the loca­tion where the alle­ged viola­tion occur­red. Furt­her regu­la­ti­ons on the comp­la­int pro­cess can be found in Art. 77 of the EU GDPR.

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