1. Anonymised data collection and processing on this website
Log file data sent to us by your browser is automatically compiled and saved on our server in an internal log file. This applies to the following information:
- type and version of your browser,
- type and version of your operating system,
- URL of the site which directed you to us,
- search terms which led you to our site,
- date and time that you accessed our website,
- names of the subpages that you accessed.
We collect and process this information in an anonymised form. The data cannot be traced back to any specific user. Data is collected and processed for internal system-related and statistical purposes.
2. Pseudonymous data collection and processing on this website
If you are a registered user of our website, we will continue to collect and save the aforementioned information under a pseudonym whenever you access our web pages. This information is allocated exclusively to an internal tag. It is not associated with your name or any other means of identification, so the information cannot be traced back to you personally. The purpose of collecting and processing data under a pseudonym is to create user profiles, which enable us to customise our services and advertisements to your needs.This website uses software provided by etracker GmbH (www.etracker.de) to collect and store data for the purposes of marketing and optimisation. This data is used to create user profiles under a pseudonym. Cookies may be used for this (see below). Data collected by etracker software without the specific consent of the user is not used to identify visitors to this website personally and is not brought together with information relating to the bearer of the pseudonym. Objections to the collection and storage of data may be made at any time with future effect.
If you do not want a user profile to be created, you may object to it. Further information about exercising your right of objection can be found under the heading "Right of objection and right of rescission".
We use what are known as "cookies" for our web pages. Cookies are small text files, which are installed on your computer and saved by your browser. Using cookies enables our web server to recognise your browser, your individual settings within our website and, where applicable, some encrypted log-in details. This makes our website more user friendly and makes it possible to log in automatically.
You can configure your browser to delete cookies from your computer, to block cookies or to prompt you before accepting them.
The cookies that we install are deleted from your computer after every session.