Within the framework of our online offer, the legal bases used for the processing of personal data are:
Fulfillment of a contract
If the processing of your personal data is a prerequisite for the fulfillment of a contract or for the implementation of pre-contractual measures, it may and must be possible to process them.
An example of this is, for example, the processing of contact information when ordering via webshop.
The data protection framework provides for the possibility of weighing the interests of involved parties. If there is a justifiable, overriding interest on our part to process personal data, this can be used as a legal basis.
Examples include operational and data security of services, performance measurement, prevention of misuse, enforcement of legal claims and direct advertising.
If we would like to process your data in the belief of mutual interest, but there is no other legal basis for doing so, then we will ask for your consent beforehand. This may be the case, for example, when referring you to partners. This may be the case, for example, when referring you to partners.
Consents are only valid if they are given voluntarily and in full knowledge of the facts. We will therefore take care to inform you specifically and precisely before consent is given and data is collected. Consents can be withdrawn at any time. With the consequence that we no longer process the data concerned accordingly.
Other conceivable legal grounds, but not applicable here, are also: vital interests, public interest, fulfillment of a legal obligation.