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privacy protection
Data Protection Statement
As the protection of your data is very important to us, we process the information that you
leave behind upon visiting our website only in accordance with the provisions of the
relevant regulations governing data protection, in particular those of the Federal Data
Protection Act (Bundesdatenschutzgesetz; hereinafter: BDSG) and those of the Telemedia
Act (Telemediengesetz). We therefore wish to inform you at this point of the type, scope
and purpose of collecting and using personal data.
Upon commencement of employment, our employees are bound to maintain data secrecy
pursuant to para. 5 BDSG. In addition, necessary technical and organisational measures
have been taken to ensure the protection of your personal data.
Please note that this Data Protection Statement only relates to our website and does not
cover third-party websites to which ENAiKOON refers by way of links.
Object of Protection
The object of protection is personal data. In accordance with para. 3(1) BDSG, personal
data concerns details of personal or factual circumstances of an identified or identifiable
natural person. Included hereunder is information by which you may be identified (e.g.
information such as name, postal address, email address or telephone number).
Collection and Processing of Your Data
When you visit our websites, our web server saves the following standardised information,
unless you object:
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the IP address issued to you by your internet service provider;
the page of our website you visit;
the web page from which you visit us;
the date and duration of your visit;
the name of the data accessed; and
a description of the web browser used.
We use this data to optimise our website. The data is saved anonymously, with the result
that you are not personally identifiable as a visitor.
We only save personal data if you voluntarily provide it, for example in order to perform a
contract, or if you contact us via our contact form.
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Use and Disclosure of Personal Data and Purpose of Use
We respect the principle of using data for specific purposes only. We thus collect, process
and save your personal data only for the purpose for which you gave it to us. Personal data
will not be disclosed to third parties. Personal data will only ever be disclosed:
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if you consent to the disclosure;
if it is necessary for the conclusion, execution or termination of a contractual
relationship with the person in question; or
if we are obliged to disclose it by mandatory provisions of law or on foot of a court
judgment.
ENAiKOON iD
When you register for an ENAiKOON iD, you will be asked for your name, email address as
well as, optionally, your telephone number and company name. ENAiKOON saves and uses
this data only for the administration of user accounts and deletes it when the account is
closed. ENAiKOON will not use the data for other purposes.
Use of Cookies
We use so-called cookies at various locations on our web pages. These are small text files
that are saved to your computer by your browser. Cookies serve in making our website
more user friendly, more effective and safer. Cookies will not cause damage to your
computer and do not contain viruses. Should you wish to view our websites without
cookies, you may deactivate cookies at any time via the settings of your browser. In
addition, existing cookies may be deleted. More information may be found in the help
feature of your internet browser.
The web analytic tool used to provide statistical analysis of visits to the website
https://www.enaikoon.com uses cookies. The text files saved on your computer allows us
to analyse the use of the website. The information on the use of our website created by the
cookies is saved on our servers. The IP address is made anonymous immediately during
processing before it is saved. Individual users are not identified. The identity of visitors
always remains protected.
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Facebook Social Plugins
Our website utilizes social plugins from Facebook Inc. (1601 South California Avenue, Palo
Alto, CAL 94304, USA) on our websites. A list of the possible Facebook plugins and what
they look like can be found here: http://developers.facebook.com/plugins. When you
connect to one of our websites where a Facebook plugin is integrated, a direct connection
with a server of Facebook Inc. is established. The code from Facebook is retrieved even if
the “like” button has not been selected. Along with other information, your browser sends
the URL of other currently open webpages to Facebook. If you are logged into Facebook,
the session-ID can be used to assign the currently open browsers to your profile. When you
use the “like” button or the comment function, this information is transmitted to and saved
by Facebook. Even if you don’t have a Facebook account, it may be possible that Facebook
is collecting this information. Your browser may contain a cookie whereby when you later
decide to register an account on Facebook, the information collected by Facebook is
assigned to this new account. We explicitly point out that we have no knowledge of the
content or scope of the transmitted and stored data collected by Facebook and therefore
refer to the current privacy policy of Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/policy.php.
If you want to prevent Facebook from collecting and storing data associated with your visit
to our websites, you must log out from your Facebook account before visiting or use the
browser plugin “Facebook Blocker”.
Twitter Plugin
Our website as well has plugins from Twitter available (Twitter, Inc., 795 Folsom St., Suite
600, San Francisco, CA, 94107, USA). The twitter plugins are marked with Twitter logos.
When visiting our pages where a Twitter plugin is integrated, your browser establishes a
direct connection to the servers of Twitter. In doing so, the content of the plugin from
Twitter is transferred to your browser and then embedded into the content of our website.
Through the use of the plugin, information that you have visited our website is sent to
Twitter. This information is also attributed to your Twitter account. Please note that by
using the Twitter button, information is transmitted directly to Twitter and probably saved.
We have no ability to influence what data is transmitted or saved.
For further information on scope and purpose of the data collection, the further processing
and use of the this data by Twitter and also about your rights and ways to protect your
privacy while using Twitter plugins through our websites, please refer to the privacy policy
of Twitter Inc.: https://twitter.com/privacy.
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If you wish to stop the plugin from collecting data about your visit to our website, we
recommend that you log out of Twitter before visiting our websites.
Google +1 Button
Our websites utilize the Google +1 Button “+1 Button” of Google Inc. (1600 Amphitheatre
Parkway, Mountain View, CA, 94043, USA). By visiting our websites, a connection with the
servers of Google Inc. is established. The content of the Google +1 button is sent and
integrated on your browser and in doing so informing Google that you have connected to
our website. According to Google, the data that is collected from your visit is for system
maintenance and problem solving purposes. We have no real knowledge or influence
about the scope and nature of the data that Google collects. Google also openly records
further data about your Google +1 activities. If you have a Google account, a Google Plus
membership and are currently logged in to these services, when you click the +1 Button,
your IP address, the webpage visited and the content of what you have activated will be
saved by Google. According to Google, this data can be used with your profile name, your
photos, on what content you have activated the +1 button, in other Google services, your
Google profile and other locations. If you wish to stop Google from saving this data and
linking the visit of our websites with your Google accounts, please log out of your Google
account before visiting our website.
Further information about your rights and the purpose and scope of this data collection
can be found at: http://www.google.com/intl/en_uk/+/policy/+1button.html
The current privacy policy of Google Inc. can be found at:
http://www.google.com/policies/privacy/
LinkedIn Plugin
Our website utilizes social plugins from LinkedIn Inc. (2029 Stierlin Court, Mountain View,
CA, 94043, USA). When you connect to one of our websites where a LinkedIn plugin is
integrated your browser establishes a direct connection with a server of LinkedIn Inc. In
doing so, the content of the plugin from LinkedIn is transferred to your browser and then
embedded into the content of our website.
Through the use of the plugin, information that you have visited our website is sent to
LinkedIn. This information is attributed to your LinkedIn account. Please note that by using
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the LinkedIn button, information is transmitted directly to LinkedIn and probably saved.
We have no ability to influence what data is transmitted or saved.
For further information on the scope and purpose of the data collection, the further
processing and use of this data by LinkedIn, and also about your rights and ways to protect
your privacy while using LinkedIn plugins through our website, please refer to the privacy
policy of LinkedIn Inc.: http://www.linkedin.com/legal/privacy-policy
Right to Information and Withdrawal of Consent
Upon request, we will inform you of which, if any, personal information we have saved on
you, free of charge and as quickly as possible. You may have your data blocked, corrected
or deleted at any time. Naturally, you may also object to the anonymous saving of data or
revoke your consent to data collection and usage at any time. Please use the contact
information found in the Imprint. You may also contact our data protection officer Karsten
Böhm ([email protected]).
Miscellaneous
ENAiKOON is entitled to change this Data Protection Statement at any time in accordance
with legal provisions, in particular data protection provisions.
The current version of the Data Protection Statement may be found on our website under
the point Data Protection.
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