Thank you for your visit to our web pages and interest in our company. Maintaining the security of your data is a priority for us. The following information on data protection explains the purposes for and extent to which we capture or process your personal data when you use our web pages and how we protect your privacy if you provide us with your data.
Möhlenhoff GmbH (Museumstr. 54a, 38229 Salzgitter, Germany, phone: + 49 (0)53 41 / 8475-0, fax: + 49 (0)53 41 / 8475-999, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) is the operator of these web pages and, as the body responsible for such websites, as specified in art. 4 section 7 of the DS-GVO [General Data Protection Regulation], is responsible for compliance with the current data protection legislation. We save and process our users’ personal data in compliance with current regulations, in particular with Germany’s Datenschutzgrundverordnung (DS-GVO) or [Data Protection Regulation], the Bundesdatenschutzgesetz or BDSG [Federal Data Protection Act] and the Telemediagesetz – TMG [German Telemedia Act] in the versions currently valid. Any personal data is only captured for specific, distinct and legal purposes and not stored longer than necessary.
Personal data includes individual details of personal or material relationships of a certain natural person, or natural person to be named (e.g. the name, data of birth and contact info).
In principle, you can use our web pages without furnishing any personal data. However, you might have to forward your data to us to use our web pages in a particular manner. Therefore, restrictions in the usage of our web pages might occur if you do not furnish us with your data. As soon as you visit our web pages, our web servers will temporarily store your access data in a log file each time. In the process, the following data can be captured and stored until it is automatically deleted: such data includes the IP address, the date and time of access, data transmitted, reports on successful access of the web pages, data identifying the browser and operating systems used, the website from which access was initiated, as well as the IP address of your internet access provider. This data is processed to enable usage of the web pages, ensure system security, technical administration of the network infrastructure, optimise the internet offering and is considered a justified interest as specified in art. 6, section 1, sentence 1, lit. f. DS-GVO.
Other types of data capture
We capture, store and process your personal data (for example first name, surname, address, e-mail address, telephone number) in so far as a business relationship with us exists or is to be initiated, for example due to a subscription or an order, or if such data is required to define or alter the business relationship. Furthermore, we use your personal data, in so far as you have sent us such data to register on our website and have consented to processing of your personal data. We also capture, store and process your personal data if you access us via a customer portal, user account, job portal or send us an e-mail, in so far as such data is required to deal with your enquiries and correspondence. The personal data we capture is deleted immediately as soon as it is no longer required for such purpose, unless statutory periods of retention apply. You provide your personal data on a voluntary basis.
We use your personal data within Möhlenhoff GmbH and companies affiliated with us. Such companies and our external service providers who process data on our behalf are obliged by contract to comply with art. 28 DS-GVO and treat personal data according to current regulations. Should such companies come into contact with your personal data, we have taken legal, technical and organisational steps and performed regular checks to ensure that such companies comply with data protection laws. Should you find offerings from partners on our web pages, you are making use of these directly through the partners concerned. Such offerings include those of third-party suppliers that are managed by such suppliers so that our data protection regulations do not apply to these offerings. We reserve the right to forward your personal data to bodies entitled to receive such data if we are ordered to do so by law or a court ruling. Your personal data is never forwarded to any other third parties.
Information of various types is stored in cookies on our web pages to enable user-friendly usage thereof and to make the online offering more effective overall. Furthermore, storing data in a cookie makes refilling out forms superfluous. Our cookies are session cookies and deleted regularly. To use an account on our website, we place cookies to identify you the next time you visit. Otherwise you would have to login in again each time you visit. In your browser you can manage whether to accept cookies on our web pages and deactivate the cookies if required. You can delete cookies at any time. Furthermore, you can find out more about deactivating cookies in your browser’s settings. If you do not accept cookies, you may experience restrictions in the usage of our web pages. We would like to point out that you might have to reactivate any opt-out cookies selected following deletion of your cookies. We recommend you delete the cookies and browser history manually at frequent intervals.
Web page analysis
To enhance our web pages’ content and offerings and to carry out statistical analyses, various technical programs are used to record data on users’ behaviour on the web pages – also in anonymised form. For this purpose, data, for example on clicks, the time spent on the platform, system settings and user origin, is collected by using analysis software cookies in the form of text files. Cookies are stored on your computer for these analyses. This data can be stored on the analysis tool operator’s servers. The data captured is not used to identify the user personally and not amalgamated with other personal data belonging to the user. You can prevent cookies from being installed by making the appropriate setting in your browser. However, we would like to point out that in such case you might be unable to use all this website’s functions in its entirety. In the following section we will present the analysis tools we use in detail. The following analysis tools are used on our web pages for this purpose:
We use Google Inc.’s Google Analytics method to analyse our web pages. The information generated via the Google Analytics cookie is usually transmitted to one of Google’s servers in the US and stored there. The IP address sent by Google Analytics from your browser will not be combined with other Google data. The IP addresses will also only be processed in a truncated form. As a result, the IP addresses cannot be linked to a particular individual. Our web pages use Google Analytics with the _anonymizelp extension. As a result, IP addresses are processed in a truncated form and cannot be linked to a particular individual.
You can prevent the capture and processing of your data by the Google Analytics cookie by installing the following browser plug-in: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en
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We use Google Inc.’s Google Maps API service to present geographical information in a visual form. The information generated via the Google Maps API cookie is usually transmitted to one of Google’s servers in the US and stored there. Google can forward the data gained through the usage of Google Maps to third parties, as long as such third parties process such data on behalf of Google or such procedure is permitted or specified by law. The IP address sent by Google Maps from your browser will not be combined with other Google data. Nevertheless, it would be technically possible for Google to process the data received for other purposes or to identify individual users without Möhlenhoff GmbH having or being able to have any influence on such process. Therefore, usage of Google Maps must be considered problematic in terms of data protection laws.
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We have taken extensive in-company technical and organisational security measures to protect the data transmitted by you from unauthorised access or fraud by third parties. Such measures comply with the stringent legal stipulations required by national regulations and are constantly amended to reflect the state of the art.
As a person affected you have the following rights vis à vis Möhlenhoff GmbH in line with art. 15 to 22 DS-GVO:
• The right to be informed about personal data
• The right to have personal data corrected or deleted
• The right to restrict processing of personal data
• The right to appeal against processing of personal data
• The right to data portability
Furthermore, you can complain to a data protection authority about our processing of personal data.
You can revoke any consent to usage of personal data at any time. To do so, please send an e-mail to email@example.com. You can also do so by post or fax.
Contact info for Möhlenhoff GmbH’s data protection officer:
c/o Anna Bauer
LINET Services GmbH
Hinter dem Turme 12a
Or by mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Published: 26 April 2018