Data Protection & Privacy
Have a look at our data protection policy to learn about what kind of data we track and your options.
In accordance the the GDPR policy of the European Union we have written the following text to explain what data is transferred from you, as a user of our homepage, to us and how we are using them. We also describe your options to decide if and how we are using your data.
While the GDPR is arguably the data protection act that affects the most people, it is not the only one. However since it favours consumer rights over company rights we hope that we are compliant in most jurisdictions.
Automated data collection
With any webpage that you are visiting, there are certain data automatically exchanged, like the page you are requesting from the server (the computer that sends this page to you) and your IP address, your phone-number-like address that our server sends this page to. There is also information about your browser, time etc. - these are mostly technical data (as opposed to personal data) that are necessary for the internet to work and for you to be able to see this page. We do not use this data directly and do not pass them on to third parties, except as specified below. We do our best to protect these data on our server but cannot guarantee data protection in case of third party criminal activity.
All data that is transferred from you to us, is encrypted with TLS (Transport Layer Security), a internet protocol that ensures that no one but us can decrypt the data. If you do send us data via other channels (e.g. not encrypted email) we cannot guarantee that third parties can read (and change) the data.
If you send us personal data like your name and email to get in contact with us, we will use this data for the sole purpose to communicate with you and deliver our services. We keep the data secure, but cannot guarantee data protection in case of criminal activity.
If you send us your email address via the “Suscribe” button on our homepage, we will occasionally send you information. However, we will not pass on your email to any third parties other than specified on this page.
Google Analytics is only activated if you accept to receive cookies via the popup on our homepage. If you accept cookies, we will document this, by storing a small cookie on your computer. This cookie will be valid for a maximum of one year.
If you have opted out (see below) and decide to reverse this decision, you can delete our cookie
rh_cookie-notice-reject. This will display the cookie consent box at the bottom of the page and allows you to accept third party cookies.
You can opt out of Google Analytics services by installing a Google browser plugin that prevents Google Analytics tracking.
If you accepted our cookies, but wish to take back your consent, you can do so, by deleting our cookie (
rh_cookie-notice-accept) and the ones placed by Google Analytics. The cookies place by Google Analytics are starting with
_gid. More information can be found on Google Analytics cookie information page. To manually delete these cookies refer to your browsers documentation.