The firm ANDREA SOMMER protects the privacy of users of its internet service. The following overview explains how we handle personal data arising in connection with the use of our website.
Collection and Processing of Personal Data:
ANDREA SOMMER collects personal data of the users only if they have been provided voluntarily. In particular:
– ANDREA SOMMER collects no personal data through the information retrieval function of its websites, but under certain circumstances person-related IP address of your computer, date and time, the type of browser and the operating system of your computer and the sites you viewed.
– When sending any e-mail to us, we collect your name, sender email address and your message, as well as other voluntary given contact information (postal address, phone number) through which we can reach you.
– No personal profiles or the like are created or further processed. In the event we employ service providers for the performance and processing of manufacturing processes, the contractual relationships are regulated in accordance with the provisions of BDSG.
Purpose of Uses:
The personal data communicated to us via the internet (e.g. name, address or email address) will be processed only for correspondence with you or for the purpose for which you have provided us with the data. We will also use this data for occasional offers to you in order to inform you about interesting products and services, provided you agree or do not disagree. We assure you that we will not pass your personal information on to third parties unless we are legally obliged to do so or without your consent.
Access and Correction:
You are entitled to be informed about all your personal data in our progression. You also have the right to correct inaccurate data and delete personal data, unless there is a duty to retain other legal regulations. Pursuant to the legal requirements you have the right to lock out these data. Just send an e-mail to one of the e-mail addresses listed in the imprint.
Right to object:
You are entitled to object to the use of personal data. Just send an e-mail to one of the e-mail addresses listed in the imprint.