Data privacy statement

Storage of access data

Every time you access our website access data will be stored in a provider's log file. This data set consists of your IP-address, the name of the file requested, the name of the file from which the file was requested, the quantity of data transmitted and the status of access, a description of the web browser employed and the name of the internet service provider. This data will be collected for technical reason. An evaluation will be carried out only for statistical reasons and without direct personal reference. If the Internet offers the possibility of entering personal or business (email addresses, names or addresses) is given, the input of these data takes place expressly on a voluntary basis. Here too your data will be held in strict confidence and not passed on to third parties. The Users have the right to inquire what personal data has been stored and may apply to receive this information at no charge. Additionally, they have a right, subject to the provisions of law, to the correction, blocking, and deletion of this personal data.


Cookies are saved on our computer's hard disk. These each receive a specific reference number (Session-ID), which has no meaning outside our web site. The cookies only remain valid until the end of the session. You have the right and possibility of setting up your browser so that it will reject our cookies. In this case the full range of functions of our internet offer can be restricted.

Links to other web sites

Our online offering contains links to other web sites. We have no influence on whether or not their operators comply with the Data Protection Directives. We are responsible for our own contents as operators in accordance with the general laws. These contents are to be differentiated from links to contents administered by other providers. For third-party contents, which are made available from links and are specially marked, we accept no responsibility and state that these contents are not our own. For illegal, faulty or incomplete contents and particularly for damages, which result from the use or non-use of information presented, the web site alone is liable, which are referred to. The editorial department is only responsible for third-party references if it had positive knowledge of possibly potentially illegal or prosecutable content and it was technically possible and reasonably possible to prevent its use.


Your queries and suggestions on the subject data protection will be very welcome and are important for us. You can reach us on the following address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.