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DATA PROTECTION

Privacy Policy

 

The following covers our policy on collecting personal data when you visit our website. The term “personal data” refers to any data such as your name and contact details that refer to you as an individual.

 

Fundamentals

 

This currently valid Privacy Policy is correct as of March 2023.

 

We take your privacy very seriously as part of our responsibility for running this website. We will treat your personal data in confidentiality according to statutory regulations. New technologies, continuous development on this website, and statutory and regulatory requirements may lead to changes in this Privacy Policy, so we encourage you to read through it at regular intervals. This Privacy Policy is always available for review in its latest version on our website at https://www.jufa.company/impressum. Refer to GDPR Art. 4 for definitions of the terms used, such as “personal data” and “processing.”

 

1. Controller and contact

 

The Controller according to GDPR Art. 4 (7) is:

 

JUFA Verwaltungs GmbH

Fred Jung

Owner-manager

Energie-Allee 1

55286 Wörrstadt

E-mail: office@jufa.company

Tel.: +49 6732 9643-387

Fax: +49 6732 9643-391

 

2. Recording and processing personal data

 

If you contact us by e-mail or contact form, we will store any data that you have provided such as your e-mail address, and if applicable, your name and telephone number to respond to an enquiry. We will erase any data collected for the above purpose but no longer required unless statutory retention requirements apply otherwise.

 

a. Using this website

 

You may use this website without providing any information about yourself. In this case, we will only collect personal data that your browser sends to our server. We will collect the following data when you use our website as technically necessary for us to be able to display our website and ensure stability and security:

 

·         Domain

·         IP address

·         Requests

·         User agent

·         Timestamp

·         Status code

 

We will process the above data to:

 

·         Ensure smooth and reliable connectivity to our website

·         Optimise the user experience on this website

·         Evaluate system security and stability

·         Pursue other administrative purposes

 

GDPR Art. 6.1 (f) applies as a legal basis for data processing. Our vested interest emerges from the above purposes for data collection. We will not in any event use the data collected to draw conclusions on you as an individual. The data recorded will be stored for up to three days.

 

The data will be anonymised, thus eliminating the possibility of identifying you as an individual.

 

b. Contact form

 

This website includes a form for you to initiate contact with us if you wish to do so. This will require a valid e-mail address as well as your name for us to know who sent the enquiry, and respond accordingly. Any further information may be given on a voluntary basis.

 

Data processing for the purpose of contacting us is based on consent you have voluntarily given us according to GDPR Art. 6.1 (a).

 

Personally identifiable information such as your first name, last name, IP address, e-mail address, phone number and message recorded using the contact form will be erased after we have dealt with your contact request unless retention periods apply otherwise.

 

c. Disclosure of data

 

We shall not disclose your data to any third party when you use our contact form.

 

d. Cookies

 

This website uses cookies. Cookies do not pose any risk to your computer, nor do they contain any viruses, but serve to improve usability, efficiency, and security on our website. Cookies are small text files stored on your computer by your browser.

 

Most of the cookies we use are what are referred to as “session cookies,” which are automatically erased after the session. Other cookies stay on your device until you delete them. These cookies make it possible for us to recognise your browser on your next visit to our website.

 

You have the option of configuring your browser to tell you when it is about to save a cookie. You may configure your browser to allow this once for certain cases or reject all cookies, or automatically delete all cookies once you close your browser. Note that if you choose to deactivate cookies, you may not be able to use all the features on this website.

 

Cookies used in conducting electronic communications or providing certain services that you might have requested are stored according to GDPR Art. 6.1 (f). The website owner has a vested interest in storing cookies to ensure smooth and optimised service. Any other cookies stored, such as cookies for analysing your browsing behaviour, will be covered separately in this Privacy Policy.

 

e. Plugins

 

A plugin is a software programme that other software applications use to extend their functionality. This website does not use any plugins.

 

3. Rights of data subjects

 

GDPR sets forth the following rights for you as a data subject, that is, as an individual whose data will be processed:

 

You may request information on your personal data processed by us according to GDPR Art. 15. In particular, you may request information on processing purposes; categories of recipient to whom the personal data have been or will be disclosed; or envisaged period for which the personal data will be stored. You may also request rectification or erasure of personal data or restriction of processing of personal data or object to such processing; lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority; request the source of personal data if not collected by us, or information on any transmission of your data to third countries or international organisations, or any automated decision-making, including profiling, with relevant and informative details where applicable.

You may exercise the right to immediate rectification of inaccurate personal data or completion of incomplete data stored by us according to GDPR Art. 16.

 

You may request the erasure of your personal data stored by us according to GDPR Art. 17 unless processing serves towards exercising the right to freedom of expression or information, compliance with legal obligations, the public interest, or the establishment, assertion, or defence of legal claims.

 

You may request a restriction on processing your personal data according to GDPR Art. 18 if you have contested the accuracy of the personal data or if processing your data is unlawful, we no longer need the data, and you have objected to the data being erased as you require the data for the establishment, assertion or defence of legal claims. You may also exercise your rights according to GDPR Art. 18 if you have requested a restriction on processing according to GDPR Art. 21.

  

You may request that the personal data you have submitted to us be returned to you in a structured, commonly used, machine-readable format or have the personal data transmitted to another controller according to GDPR Art. 20.

 

You may withdraw any consent previously issued to us to process your personal data by contacting us at any time according to GDPR Art. 7.3. We will then no longer be permitted to continue processing your data in the future based on this consent.

 

You may lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority according to GDPR Art. 77. In most cases, you may lodge your complaint with the supervisory authority at your place or residence or work, or at the registered office of our company.

 

Right to object

 

You may object to your personal data being processed due to vested interests according to GDPR Art. 6.1 (f) for reasons arising out of your particular situation or in objection to direct advertising according to GDPR Art. 21. In the case of direct advertising, you have a universal right of objection that we will implement without any requirement on your part to describe any particular situation.

 

To exercise your right to objection, please contact the following e-mail address: office@jufa.company

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