This Website uses the service "Google Analytics", by Google Inc. (1600 Amphitheatre Parkway Mountain View, CA 94043, USA), provided for the analysis of website usage.
The service uses "cookies" – text files, which are stored on your device. The information collected by cookies, such as browser type/version, the operating system used, referrer URL (the previously visited site), the host name of the accessing computer (IP address), the time of the server request, are, as a rule, sent to a Google Server in the USA and stored there.
On this website the user's IP address, if within the member States of the EU and the European Economic Area, will be truncated (cut/shortened). Personal identification via your IP address is not possible. Within the framework of the data agreement between the website operator and Google Inc., the aforementioned creates a statistical evaluation of website usage, site activity and provides Internet-related services relating to online use, thereafter utilising the data collected.
You have the option to prevent the storage of cookies on your device, by making relevant changes to your browser settings. There is no guarantee that you can access all the website features without limitation, if your browser disallows cookies.
You can find more information relating data use by Google Inc. here: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245?hl=de
User Rights: Information, Rectification and Deletion
You will receive information regarding personal data stored free of charge upon request. If your request does not conflict with any legal data storage obligation (e.g., data retention regulations), you have the right to rectify incorrect data and request that your personal data is blocked or deleted.
The Right to Revocation of the Data Protection Declaration
You have the right to revoke any Data Protection Declaration granted under previous data protection law upon request. Through the revocation of consent, the legality of processes carried out on the basis of consent given prior to revocation will remain unaffected.
Right to Lodge a Complaint with a Data Processing Authority (DPA)
DPAs are independent public authorities that supervise, through
investigative and corrective powers, the application of the data protection law. They provide expert advice on data protection issues and handle complaints lodged against violations of the General Data Protection Regulation and the relevant national laws. There is one in each EU Member State. The regulatory authority where the complaint was filed shall inform the complainant about the status and outcome of the complaint, including the possibility of a judicial remedy, in accordance with Art. 78 of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).