Data privacy protection
We are pleased to note your interest in ClassiCon and that you have visited our homepage. The protection of your personal data as it is recorded, processed and used upon your visit to our homepage is a key concern for us. Your data is protected at all times within the scope of the legal regulations pertaining.
Following you will find information on which data is recorded when you visit our homepage and how it is used:
- Data capture and processing
Every time our homepage is accessed or a file on it is called up, this activity is recorded in a log. Saving such data serves internal system-related and statistical purposes. A log is kept of: the name of the file called up, the date and time it was retrieved, the amount of data transmitted, the message that the file was retrieved successfully, the web browser and the domain that sent the query.
- Additional personal data is recorded only when you provide such data voluntarily, for example when you send us an inquiry or registration request.
Should you provide us with personal data, we shall use such data only to answer your inquiries, to execute contracts concluded with you or for technical administration.
Your personal data will be shared with third parties or otherwise transmitted to others only when this is necessary for the purposes of contract execution – in particular the passing on of order data to suppliers – or when it is necessary for invoicing, or when you have given your prior consent. You have the right to revoke such consent at any time, valid from the time such notification is received.
Stored personal data is deleted when you revoke your consent to such storage, when it is no longer needed to fulfil the purpose served by such storage, or when such storage is prohibited for other legal reasons.
- Right to information
You can request in writing information on the personal data we have stored on you.
Despite careful monitoring of external links to third-party content, we cannot assume any liability for such content.
We use Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc. (“Google”), to analyse and optimize the use of our website. Google Anlytics therefore uses text files, so called “cookies”, which are stored on your computer. In the process of storing data your IP address by which your computer can be identified will be anonymised. On Servers with location within the European Union as well as within another member state of the Agreement on the European Economic Area the anonymisation will happen even before the IP address is sent to Google. Only in exceptional cases, for instance in case of technical problems, the full IP address is sent and shortened by Google servers in the USA. In no event Google will associate your IP address with any other data held by Google. In case you do not agree with the collection and storage of the data by Google you may of course prevent Google from doing so by downloading and installing the browser plug-in available under https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en or by selecting appropriate settings of your browser. However this might have negative impact on the functionality of our website.