Privacy notice

Thank you for visiting our website myschlick.com and for your interest in our company.

Protecting your personal data such as your date of birth, name, phone number, address etc. is important to us.

The purpose of this privacy notice is to tell you about how we process the personal data that we collect when you visit our site. Our data protection practices conform to with the statutory regulations of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the German Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG). This privacy notice is intended to meet the obligations to inform that arise from the GDPR. These obligations can be found in, for example, Articles 13 and 14 of the GDPR.

Data controller

The data controller as defined in Article 4(7) of the GDPR is the person who, alone or jointly with others, decides on the purposes and methods under which personal data is processed.

In relation to our website, the Data Controller is:

Düsen-Schlick GmbH
Hutstrasse 4
96253 Untersiemau/Coburg
Germany
Email: info(at)myschlick.com
Tel.: +49 9565 9481-0

Contact details of the Data Protection Officer

In accordance with Article 37 of the GDPR, we have appointed a Data Protection Officer. You can contact our Data Protection Officer using the following contact details:

MKM Datenschutz GmbH
Äussere Sulzbacher Str. 118
90491 Nuremberg
Germany
Email: datenschutz(at)myschlick.com
Tel.: +49 911 669577-0
Fax: +49 911 669577-66
Website: http://www.mkm-partner.de/

Provision of the website and creation of log files

Every time our website is accessed, our system automatically collects data and information on the device (e.g. computer, mobile phone, tablet) that accesses it.

What personal data is collected and what processing takes place?

(1) Information about the type and version of browser used;
(2) The operating system of the device that accessed the site;
(3) The host name of the computer accessing the site;
(4) The IP address of the device accessing the site;
(5) The date and time of access;
(6) Web pages and resources (images, files, other page content) accessed on our website;
(7) Websites from which the user’s system was directed to our website (referrer tracking);
(8) Indication on whether the access was successful;
(9) Volume of data transferred.

The above data is saved in our own system’s log files. This data is not stored in conjunction with the personal data of any specific user, so it is not possible to identify individual visitors to the site.

Legal basis for the processing of personal data

Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR (legitimate interest). Our legitimate interest lies in ensuring that we can achieve the aims set out below.

Purpose of data processing

The temporary (automated) storage of the data is essential to the processes involved in a visit to our website and enables us to deliver the web pages. In addition, personal data is stored and processed in order to maintain the compatibility of our website for as many visitors as possible, to combat misuse and to prevent disruption. For this purpose, it is necessary to log the technical data of the computer accessing the site, so that we can react as quickly as possible to display errors, attacks on our IT systems and/or functional faults on our website. In addition, the data is used to optimise the website and generally ensure the security of our IT systems.

Duration of storage

The technical data specified above is deleted as soon as it is no longer required to ensure the compatibility of the website for all visitors, and no later than three months after the date of accessing our website.

Objection and erasure

Under the terms of Article 21 of the GDPR you can object at any time to such processing and under Article 17 of the GDPR you can request your data to be erased. Your rights and information on how to exercise them are set out in subsequent sections of this privacy notice.

Particular functions of the website

Our site offers you various functions in which, if you use them, we collect, process and save personal data. Below we explain what happens to such data.

Application form

  • What personal data is collected and what processing takes place?

Data that you enter into the application form and any data that you upload is processed in order to meet the purpose specified below.

  • Legal basis for the processing of personal data

Article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR (contractual or pre-contractual activity)

  • Purpose of data processing

Checking and processing the application documents uploaded by you via the form.

  • Duration of storage

The data is deleted as soon as the application has been processed and there is no longer a legitimate interest in storing the application data. Therefore, unless a working relationship is established, your application data will be deleted after no more than six months.

  • Objection and erasure

Under the terms of Article 21 of the GDPR you can object at any time to such processing and under Article 17 of the GDPR you can request your data to be erased. Your rights and information on how to exercise them are set out in subsequent sections of this privacy notice.

  • Requirement to provide personal data

The information in the application form is not contractually or legally required but it is necessary for the submission and processing of the application. If you do not fully complete the mandatory fields in the form, however, it will not be possible for the application you are making to be submitted or processed.

Callback service

  • What personal data is collected and what processing takes place?

The data you enter into our callback form, such as your name and telephone number, are processed in order to meet the purpose specified below.

  • Legal basis for the processing of personal data

Article 6(1)(a) of the GDPR (consent by means of clear confirmatory actions or behaviours)

  • Purpose of data processing

Providing and carrying out the callback service, meeting the callback request.

  • Duration of storage

The data is deleted as soon as it is no longer required for processing your callback request.

  • Withdrawal of consent and erasure requests

Opportunities to withdraw consent or request erasure conform to the general regulations on the rights of withdrawal and erasure contained in data protection law as set out below in this privacy notice.

  • Requirement to provide personal data

The information on the callback form is not contractually or legally required, nor is it necessary for the creation of a contract. If you do not fully complete the mandatory fields in the form, however, it will not be possible for us to process your callback request.

Contact form(s)

  • What personal data is collected and what processing takes place?

The data that you enter into our contact forms, which you completed in the input screen of the contact form.

  • Legal basis for the processing of personal data

Article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR (contractual or pre-contractual activity)

  • Purpose of data processing

We will only use the data recorded via our contact form or forms for the purpose of processing the specific contact request received via the contact form. Please note that to meet your contact request, we may also in some circumstances send you emails to the address entered. The purpose of this is to provide you with confirmations that your request to us has been correctly forwarded. We are not, however, obliged to send you this confirmatory email, which is for your information only.

  • Duration of storage

After processing your request, the data collected will immediately be deleted, as long as there is no statutorily prescribed period for which it must be retained.

  • Withdrawal of consent and erasure request

Opportunities to withdraw consent or request erasure conform to the general regulations on the rights of withdrawal and erasure contained in data protection law as set out below in this privacy notice.

  • Requirement to provide personal data

The contact form is used on a voluntary basis and is neither contractually nor legally required. You are not obliged to contact us by means of the contact form – you may also use the alternative means of contact specified on our web page. If you wish to use our contact form, however, you must complete all of the fields marked as mandatory. If you do not fill in the required details on the contact form, either you will be unable to submit the request or unfortunately we will not be able to process it.

Involvement of external web services and processing of data outside the EU

We use active content from external suppliers, known as web services, on our website. When you access our website, these external suppliers may in some cases obtain personal information about your visit to our website. In such cases, data may be processed outside the EU. You can prevent this by installing an appropriate browser plug-in or by deactivating scripts on your browser. This may restrict the functions available on websites that you visit.

We use the following external web services:

  • Doubleclick

A web service from Google Ireland Limited, Gordon House, Barrow Street, 4 Dublin, Ireland (hereinafter referred to as ‘Doubleclick’) is loaded on our website. We use its data to ensure that full functionality is available on our site. As part of this process, your browser will in some cases transfer personal data to Doubleclick. The legal basis for such data processing is Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR. The legitimate interest is in the correct functioning of the website. Data is deleted as soon as the purpose for collecting it has been met. You can find more information on the handling of any transferred data in the Doubleclick Privacy Policy: https://policies.google.com/privacy

You can prevent Doubleclick from collecting and processing your data by deactivating the processing of script code in your browser or by installing a script blocker in your browser.

  • Google

A web service from Google Ireland Limited, Gordon House, Barrow Street, 4 Dublin, Ireland (hereinafter referred to as ‘Google’) is loaded on our website. We use its data to ensure that full functionality is available on our site. As part of this process, your browser will in some cases transfer personal data to Google. The legal basis for such data processing is Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR. The legitimate interest is in the correct functioning of the website. Data is deleted as soon as the purpose for collecting it has been met. You can find more information on the handling of any transferred data in the Google Privacy Policy: https://policies.google.com/privacy

You can prevent Google from collecting and processing your data by deactivating the processing of script code in your browser or by installing a script blocker in your browser.

  • Google Fonts

A web service from Google Ireland Limited, Gordon House, Barrow Street, 4 Dublin, Ireland (referred to below as Google Fonts) is loaded on our website. We use its data to ensure that full functionality is available on our site. As part of this process, your browser will in some cases transfer personal data to Google Fonts. The legal basis for such data processing is Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR. The legitimate interest is in the correct functioning of the website. Data is deleted as soon as the purpose for collecting it has been met. You can find more information on the handling of any transferred data in the Google Fonts Privacy Policy: https://policies.google.com/privacy

You can prevent Google Fonts from collecting and processing your data by deactivating the processing of script code in your browser or by installing a script blocker in your browser.

  • Gstatic

A web service from Google Ireland Limited, Gordon House, Barrow Street, 4 Dublin, Ireland (referred to below as Gstatic) is loaded on our website. We use its data to ensure that full functionality is available on our site. As part of this process, your browser will in some cases transfer personal data to Gstatic. The legal basis for such data processing is Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR. The legitimate interest is in the correct functioning of the website. Data is deleted as soon as the purpose for collecting it has been met. You can find more information on the handling of any transferred data in the Gstatic Privacy Policy: https://policies.google.com/privacy

You can prevent Gstatic from collecting and processing your data by deactivating the processing of script code in your browser or by installing a script blocker in your browser.

  • YouTube

A web service from Google Ireland Limited, Gordon House, Barrow Street, 4 Dublin, Ireland (referred to below as YouTube) is loaded on our website. We use its data to ensure that full functionality is available on our site. As part of this process, your browser will in some cases transfer personal data to YouTube. The legal basis for such data processing is Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR. The legitimate interest is in the correct functioning of the website. Data is deleted as soon as the purpose for collecting it has been met. You can find more information on the handling of any transferred data in the YouTube Privacy Policy: https://policies.google.com/privacy

You can prevent YouTube from collecting and processing your data by deactivating the processing of script code in your browser or by installing a script blocker in your browser.

Matomo

We use Matomo (formerly Piwik) for web analytics, a service provided by InnoCraft Ltd, 150 Willis St, 6011 Wellington, New Zealand, NZBN 6106769, ("Matomo") using cookie technology. The protection of your data is important to us, therefore we have additionally configured Matomo in such a way that your IP address is only recorded in abbreviated form. We therefore process your personal usage data anonymously. It is not possible for us to draw any conclusions about your person. Further information on the Matomo terms of use and the data protection regulations can be found at: https://matomo.org/privacy.

Information on the use of cookies

Extent of processing of personal data

On various pages we have incorporated and make use of cookies to facilitate certain website functions and to integrate external web services. These ‘cookies’ are small text files that your browser can save on your access device. The text files contain a specific character string that uniquely identifies the browser when you return to our website. The process of saving a cookie file is also known as ‘setting a cookie’. Cookies can be set both by the website itself and also by external web services.

Legal basis for the processing of personal data

Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR (legitimate interest), or Article 6(1)(a) or Article 9(2)(a) of the GDPR (consent).

The particular legal basis that is applicable can be determined from the table of cookies shown later in this section.

It is generally the case that, where cookies are saved on the basis of a legitimate interest, our legitimate interest lies in ensuring the functionality of our website and the services associated with it (technically necessary cookies). In addition, the cookies may also make the site more user-friendly and enable us to provide a more personalised response. Here we have balanced your interests and our own.

Using cookie technology, we can identify, analyse and track individual visitors to the website only if the visitor has consented to the use of cookies, as per Article 6(1)(a) of the GDPR.

Purpose of data processing

The cookies are set by our website or by the external web services in order to maintain the full functionality of our website, to make it more user-friendly or, with your consent, to meet the specified purpose. Cookie technology also makes it possible for us to identify individual visitors by means of pseudonyms such as a personalised or random ID, so that we can offer them more personalised services. Details are set out in the following table.

Duration of storage

The cookies listed below are stored in your browser until they are deleted or, in the case of a session cookie, until the session has ended. Details are set out in the following table:

Cookie name

Server

Provider

Purpose

Legal basis

Storage period

Type

cookieconsent_status

www.myschlick.com

Website operator

Cookie that saves the user’s decision via the cookie banner.

To meet statutory obligations

approx. 12 months

Cookie-Banner

dp_cookieconsent_status

www.myschlick.com

Website operator

This cookie saves your details in relation to our cookie banner.

To meet statutory obligations

approx. 12 months

Cookie-Banner

_pk_id.60.3f4a

www.myschlick.com

Matomo

The cookie attributes an ID to the site visitor and collects statistical data on the user’s visits to the site. This allows for personalisation of the advertising displayed to the user.

Consent

approx. 13 months

Marketing

_pk_ses.60.3f4a

www.myschlick.com

Matomo

Through this cookie, we can save the individual convenience settings that you have selected and make them available for your current and future visits to the site.

Consent

approx. 30 minutes

Configuration

remote_sid

youtube.com

YouTube

Through this cookie, we can save the individual convenience settings that you have selected and make them available for your current and future visits to the site.

Consent

Session

Configuration

Objection, withdrawal of consent and erasure

You can, if you wish, set your browser to prevent cookies in general from being set. You can then decide whether to accept cookies on a case by case basis or to accept them on a general basis. Cookies can be used for different purposes, such as to identify that your access device is already connected to our website (permanent cookies) or to save recently viewed offers (session cookies). If you have expressly granted us permission to process your personal data, you may withdraw such consent at any time. Please note that this will not affect the legitimacy of any processing that was carried out, on the basis of consent granted, before you withdrew it.

Data security, data protection, email communication

Your personal data will be protected by technical and organisational measures during collection, storage and processing, in such a way that it is not accessible to third parties. When using unencrypted email communication, we cannot ensure complete data security as the information passes along the data channels to our IT systems; for information requiring a high degree of privacy, therefore, we recommend using encrypted communication or a postal service.

Your right to information and correction – erasure and restriction of data – withdrawal of consent – right to object

Right to information

You have the right to request that we confirm whether we are processing any of your personal data. If we are, then you have the right to information about the data specified in Article 15(1) of the GDPR, as long as this does not adversely affect the rights and freedoms of other persons (see Article 15[4] of the GDPR). We will willingly make a copy of such data available to you.

Right to correction

Under Article 16 of the GDPR, you have the right at any time to instruct us to correct any incorrect personal data (e.g. address, name etc.) that we hold on you. You can also require us at any time to add information to complete the data we hold. The data will be correspondingly amended without delay.

Right to erasure

Under Article 17(1) of the GDPR you have the right to instruct us to erase any of your personal data that we have collected if

  • the data is no longer required;
  • as a result of your withdrawal of consent, the legal basis for processing no longer applies and no other basis is substituted;
  • you have submitted an objection to the processing and there are no legal grounds for processing to take place;
  • your data is being processed unlawfully;
  • a legal obligation requires this, or data were collected under the terms of Article 8(1) of the GDPR.

Under Article 17(3) of the GDPR, the right does not apply if

  • the processing is necessary for exercising the right of freedom of expression and information;
  • your data has been collected on the basis of a legal obligation;
  • the processing is necessary for reasons of public interest;
  • the data is necessary for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.

Right to restriction of processing

Under Article 18(1) of the GDPR you have the right, in individual cases, to require the restriction of processing of your personal data.

This will be the case if

  • the accuracy of the personal data is contested by you;
  • the processing is unlawful and you do not agree to erasure;
  • the data collected is no longer needed for the purpose of the processing but is necessary for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims;
  • an objection to the processing in accordance with Article 21(1) of GDPR has been submitted and it is still unclear which interests are paramount.

Right to withdraw consent

If you have given express consent to the processing of your personal data (Article 6[1][a] or Article 9[2][a] of the GDPR), you can withdraw this at any time. Please note that this will not affect the legitimacy of any processing that took place, on the basis of consent granted, before you withdrew it.

Right to object

Under Article 21 of the GDPR you have the right to object at any time to the processing of personal data relating to you that have been collected on the basis of Article 6(1)(f) (in pursuit of a legitimate interest). This right is available to you only if there are particular circumstances concerning the storage and processing of the data.

How do you exercise your rights?

You can exercise your rights at any time by using the following contact details:

Düsen-Schlick GmbH
Hutstrasse 4
96253 Untersiemau/Coburg
Germany
Email: datenschutz(at)myschlick.com
Tel.: +49 9565 9481-0

Right to data portability

Under Article 20 of the GDPR you have the right to request the transfer of personal data relating to you. The data will be made available by us in a structured, commonly used and machine readable format. You may choose whether to have the data transferred directly to yourself or to another Controller nominated by you.

On request, we will make the following data available to you under Article 20(1) of the GDPR:

  • Data collected on the basis of express consent in accordance with Article 6(1)(a) or Article 9(2)(a) of the GDPR;
  • Data that we have received from you in accordance with Article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR under existing contracts;
  • Data that has been processed as part of an automated procedure.

We will transfer the personal data directly to a Controller specified by you, as long as it is technically feasible to do so. Please note that under Article 20(4) of the GDPR, we are not permitted to transfer data where this would adversely affect the freedoms and rights of others.

Right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority under Article 77(1) of the GDPR

If you suspect that your data is being unlawfully processed on our part, you may of course seek a judicial decision on the problem at issue. Other legal options are also open to you. Regardless of these, under Article 77(1) of the GDPR you have the right to refer the matter to a supervisory authority. The right to lodge a complaint under Article 77 of the GDPR is available to you in the EU member state in which you are resident, in which you work and/or in which the alleged contravention took place. You may lodge your complaint with the supervisory authority in any of the places specified above. The supervisory authority with whom the complaint is lodged will then inform you of the situation and the outcome of your submission, including the possibility of judicial remedy in accordance with Article 78 of the GDPR.

 

 

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