A central term of the underlying European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is personal data. Your personal data means any information that is related to you. This includes your name, email address, street address and telephone number, but also records of your internet activities and interests.
In general, you can access kielia.de without disclosing any personal data. Data submitted by your browser to request a certain content are recorded by our web server (“server log file”). They include the network address (domain or IP address) of your computer, date and time, requested file, referring page, and other technical data. Your network address is automatically anonymized by our web server such that we cannot identify individual users. The anonymized server log files are evaluated for error analysis and for optimizing our web services.
When using kielia.de, you may contact us via email. All information that we receive from you is stored in our communication system to handle your request, and for later reference. Your data are neither used for other purposes such as advertising, nor passed on to third parties.
We use encryption and other technical and organizational measures to secure our networks. However, we cannot guarantee privacy of online communications.
If you prefer not to receive cookies from kielia.de, you can adjust your browser’s settings to block cookies, or to accept them only on confirmation from you. Please note that in these cases some functions of kielia.de may be restricted. You can delete received cookies at any time.
Third party contents
All social share buttons used on kielia.de are hosted on our own web server and provide a link to the respective social network. As with other links, you will be redirected to a page of the social network when you click the corresponding share button. Only then can the social network collect data about your visit to kielia.de.
At any time, you may request what personal data we have stored about you. In addition, you have the right to rectification and erasure of your personal data. If statutory retention periods or other rights conflict with the erasure, you have the right of restriction of processing.
Our contact information is available on our contact page. For complaints, you have the right to contact the Independent Centre for Privacy Protection Schleswig-Holstein or any other supervisory authority.