Privacy Statement for Third Parties
We, Datenschutzberatung Moers GmbH, Neue Strasse 22, 34369 Hofgeismar/Germany, Tel.: +49 (0) 5671 749 249 0, E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, set out below which of your data we process on this website. Should you have any question relating to data protection, our data protection officer shall be pleased to respond at email@example.com.
Purpose of the data processing
If you contact us and there is no contract initiation, we are processing your data based on our legitimate interest to conduct our business operations pursuant to Art. 6 (1) lit. f GDPR. Please be informed that we do not process any data without an over-riding legitimate interest, e.g. in coordinating data protection matters with suppliers of our customers.
Categories of recipients
We use service providers within the scope of rendering our services that have been committed to confidentiality and
maintaining data protection in the event that access to personal data cannot be excluded. These categories of recipients
include IT service providers. Data disclosure to authorities requires the existence of overriding statutory provisions; a transfer to third countries is not expected.
Storage period and deletion of data
Your data will be stored for the duration of the processing and deleted after the purpose has ceased to apply; if legal re-quirements exist, the data will be stored up to the end of these liabilities and subsequently deleted.
Your right to information, rectification, deletion, object and data portability
At any given time you shall have the right to information, rectification and deletion of data. Simply contact us using the
channels described above. Should you require data to be deleted, which we are still legally obligated to retain, access to your data will be restricted (blocked). The same applies in the event of an objection. You can exercise your right to data portability if the technical possibilities are available to the recipient and to us.
Right of appeal
You have the option at any time to lodge an appeal with a data protection supervisory authority.
There is no special obligation to provide information.