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3. Website optimisation with Econda
To design our website tailored to needs and for the optimisation of this website, solutions and technologies from econda GmbH, Zimmerstr. 6, 76137 Karlsruhe, Germany, collect and store pseudonymised data and use this data to create usage profiles from pseudonyms created.
Econda anonymises the data when it is recorded by truncating the IP address, meaning that it is not possible to assign it to a specific user when used according to its intended purpose. The anonymised data remains on the econda servers and can only be accessed there by us. This aggregated data enables us to analyse visitor flows and click paths, for example, without being able to assign them to a specific user. The servers are exclusively located in Germany.
Cookies which enable a browser to be recognised again may be used for this purpose. See Section 4 in this regard. However, user profiles are not compiled with data of the person behind the pseudonym without the express permission of the visitor. IP addresses in particular are made unrecognisable immediately after the user has accessed the website, making it impossible to assign user profiles to IP addresses. Visitors to this website can object to the recording and storage of this data for the future at any time in the Cookie Settings.
The data is stored for a period of ten (10) years.
Both we and our service providers take the necessary technical and organisational security precautions to protect personal data under our control against both accidental and intentional manipulation, loss, and destruction, as well as against access by unauthorised parties. Our data processes and security measures are continuously improved to keep up with technological advancements.
Personal data that is exchanged between you and us or other involved companies is generally transmitted via encrypted connections that correspond with the state-of-the-art.
Our employees and any commissioned service providers are – of course – bound to confidentiality.
5. Links to other Internet websites
Our website contains links to other Internet websites. We have no influence over operators of these websites complying with data protection regulations, including the GDPR. Even after carefully reviewing the content, we can not assume any liability for external links to third-party content, either. For more information on the data processing procedures on these pages, we kindly ask you to review the data protection information on the respective websites.
6. Your rights
Every natural person whose personal data we process generally (i.e. depending on the circumstances) has the following rights towards us:
- If you have any questions about the ways in which we process your personal data, we would be happy to provide you with information about your personal data we store, free of charge and at any time (Article 15 GDPR, possibly with the restrictions under Sec. 34 German Federal Data Protection Act [Bundesdatenschutzgesetz, BDSG] applying).
- You have the right to rectification of incorrect and completion of incomplete data (Article 16 GDPR).
- You have a right to the blocking/restriction of processing or erasure of any of your personal data that is no longer required or was stored to comply with statutory obligations (Articles 17 and 18 GDPR).
- You have the right to data portability in a structured, commonly used, and machine-readable format, if you have provided us said data based on consent or a contract concluded between us (Article 20 GDPR).
- You have the right to object to the processing of your data for direct marketing purposes at any time (Article 21 (2 and 3) GDPR).
- You have the right to object to the processing of personal data on the basis of a legitimate interest, with us having the opportunity to demonstrate compelling legitimate grounds for the processing (Article 21 (1) GDPR). Please refer to earlier sections of this Privacy Notice to find out when such grounds exist.
- If you have given your consent to data processing, you can withdraw said consent at any time with effect for the future. In other words, the lawfulness of data processing up to the time of withdrawal shall remain unaffected. After withdrawing your consent, you may no longer be able to use our services.
You additionally have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority (Article 77 GDPR). We do, however, recommend you first direct your complaint to us.
Please submit your request in writing (using the keyword: data protection) or by email, using the contact details specified at the beginning of this Privacy Notice. We reserve the right to verify your identity in order to make sure that unauthorised persons do not gain knowledge of your personal data.
|Note on your right to object to the processing of your personal data at any time
|You have the right to object to the processing of your personal data — as required to safeguard our legitimate interests — at any time on grounds relating to your particular situation. Please direct your substantiated objection to:
Lapp Holding SE
Telefon: 0711 78 38 – 01
We will check without undue delay, but at the latest within one month of receiving your objection, whether we are obligated to erase your data on the basis of the grounds specified or whether we will have to continue processing your data to protect overriding interests or for the assertion, exercise, or defence of legal claims. We will inform you of the result of our assessment in writing or another text form.
7. Retention obligations
If you no longer use our services and send us an erasure request, we will erase all your personal data, with the exception of some categories of data required for us to fulfil our statutory retention obligations. This data will be erased without undue delay after expiry of said retention periods, without you having to again request erasure.
If retention of your personal data is required, said retention is mandatory for the following purposes and to comply with the following laws:
- To meet retention periods under commercial and tax law, underpinned by the following laws: the German Commercial Code [Handelsgesetzbuch, HGB], the German Fiscal Code [Abgabenordnung, AO], and the German Value-Added Tax Act (Umsatzsteuergesetz, UStG). The statutory retention periods vary between six (6) and ten (10) years.
- To safeguard proper disaster recovery, to carry out IT audits: General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the German Civil Code [Bürgerliches Gesetzbuch, BGB]. The statutory retention periods and obligatory documentation periods are three (3) years.
- Receivables and evidence management: General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the German Civil Code. The statutory retention periods and obligatory documentation periods are three (3) years from the end of the calendar year in which the event to be documented took place.
Occasionally, we need to make changes to the present Privacy Notice. We reserve the right to do so at any time. The updated version of the Privacy Notice will be published here. Whenever you visit us, you should therefore read through this Privacy Notice again.
Last updated 12.12.2022