When our Website is accessed, Kriebstein receives access data, which is stored for security purposes and may permit the identification of:
This data is evaluated by Kriebstein in order to understand and evaluate user behaviour. No personal data is held.
Personal data is information that is used explicitly to determine your identity. This includes, but is not limited to, information such as your name, postal address and email address. We will only save personal data in addition to access data when it is provided to us voluntarily, e.g. as part of a registration, survey, competition, contact inquiry, registration for a newsletter or to process an online order. Personal data will only be used to the extent necessary and only for the purpose consented to by you or for a legally permissible purpose. We point out that transmitting data over the internet (e.g. when communicating via email) can have security gaps. It is impossible to completely protect data from unauthorised third-party access.
Kriebstein also provides its services together with select partners. They are subject to the same strict data protection regulations and are bound by Kriebstein’s own data protection policy. Disclosure of personal data takes place exclusively:
Additional information, such as statements made about special interests, will not be provided to third parties by Kriebstein. Governmental institutions and authorities will only be given personal data in the event of explicit statutory or judicial obligation.
Should you make a written request to Kriebstein or a responsible representative to amend, delete or not to reuse your personal data, we shall, of course, do so immediately. If you are a registered as a user, we also offer you the opportunity to view your own data and to delete or modify it.
External Data Protection Officer Dresden:
Hermann Reichelt Street 3A
Kriebstein reserves the right to change these data protection policies at any time in accordance with guidelines pertaining to data protection law.
You also have the right to raise a complaint with a data protection regulatory body regarding the processing of your personal data by us.