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Data protection policy

years protection of customer rights


This regulation is valid for the Webpage www.roemerwelt.de

The basic "Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG)" and from 25 May 2018 in addition the EUROPEAN DSGVO, supported by the Tele-media law (TMG), forms the legal framework for privacy protection herewith.

Responsible for the data protection:
RÖMERWELT® Webdesign & Multimedia
Owner: J. Römer
55606 Kirn
Germany


Preamble

We take data protection seriously and always check the conformity with the existing legal regulations. We do not provide for permanent electronic storage of user data on our website or the transfer of such data to third parties.

Our offer sometimes includes content, services and services of other providers. These are, for example, maps provided by Google Maps, YouTube videos, and graphics and images from other websites. In order for this data to be accessed and displayed in the user's browser, the transmission of the IP address is absolutely necessary. The providers thus perceive the IP address of the respective user.

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    No statistical data are collected on our website. "Cookies":
    No cookies are set on our website.

Extended Data Protection Regulation EU- DSGVO
- in words - and our statements

Data protection regime according to EU DS-GVO (valid from 25 May 2018)
„The aim of the new EU-DSGVO regulation is to ensure a uniform data protection law within the EU. The main objective is to strengthen the rights and control of those whose personal data are processed (persons concerned). Specifically, the new regulation regulates the legal bases of data processing, the rights of the persons concerned and the duties of those responsible."


1. Data Storage

The Regulation "EU-DSGVO" describes:
„According to the authorizations according to article 6 DSGVO, a storage may only take place if:

  • The person concerned has been informed in accordance with article 7 and article 8 DSGVO. For example, the minimum age should be 16 years – unless the individual states reduce the age limit to a maximum of 13 years
  • The processing is necessary for the performance of a contract or for the implementation of pre-contractual measures
  • Processing is required to comply with a legal obligation
  • Processing is necessary to safeguard the legitimate interests of the person responsible or of a third party, provided that no protected interests of the person concerned will be hurted.“

Our Statement:
Such storage of data is not existing on our website.


2. Information requirements

The Regulation "EU-DSGVO" describes:
"Articles 13 and 14 DSGVO provide companies with extensive information requirements when data are collected from the person concerned or from third parties (such as the German "Schufa"). These extended obligations are designed to strengthen data protection in comparison with the current regulations by the law of german data protection (BDSG):

  • Name and contact details of the person which is responsible
  • Contact data of the Data Protection Administrator ("DPA")
  • Purposes and legal basic of the data processing
  • Presentation of the legitimate interests (if the data processing is based on the facts of the balance of interests according to article 6 para 1 F) german data protection law)
  • Empfänger oder Kategorien von Empfängern der Daten
  • Recipients or categories of recipients of the data
  • Duration of data storage
  • Information on the rights concerned (disclosure, rectification, deletion, limitation of processing, right of objection, data portability and right of appeal to the supervisory Authority)
  • Basis of the provision of data on a legal or contractual basis and consequences of non-deployment
  • Existence of an automated case decision including profiling (e.g. the creation of a comprehensive user profile or the creation of so-called Score values by linking, storing, evaluating and merging different data into one person.)"

Our Statement:
Data storaging is not existing on our website. Monitoring of data protection is ensured personnel. We take the data protection very seriously and constantly check the current guidelines regarding implementation. We do not store any personal information from users of our website, nor do we forward it to third parties. If you have any questions regarding the privacy of our website, please feel free to contact us personally: info@roemerwelt.de


3. Right of/on/to information

The Regulation "EU-DSGVO" describes:
"In the case of data storage, affected persons pursuant to article 15 EU-DSGVO have a comprehensive right to information. The person concerned receives information on the transmission of the data in electronic (common) form and can request a copy of the data."

Our Statement:
Data storaging is not existing on our website. Monitoring of data protection is ensured personnel. We take the data protection very seriously and constantly check the current guidelines regarding implementation. We do not store any personal information from users of our website, nor do we forward it to third parties. If you have any questions regarding the privacy of our website, please feel free to contact us personally: info@roemerwelt.de


4. Right on transfer of own data

The Regulation "EU-DSGVO" describes:
"In case of permanent storage of user data for the purpose of a customer relationship, the customer has the right to take the stored data with a change of provider. To do this, the data must be transmitted in a structured, machine-readable format. However, the data portability only applies to information provided by the user himself."

Our Statement:
Data storaging is not existing on our website. Monitoring of data protection is ensured personnel. We take the data protection very seriously and constantly check the current guidelines regarding implementation. We do not store any personal information from users of our website, nor do we forward it to third parties. If you have any questions regarding the privacy of our website, please feel free to contact us personally: info@roemerwelt.de


5. Right on delete

The Regulation "EU-DSGVO" describes:

"Article 17 EU-DSGVO gives persons concerned a "right to get forgotten", i.e. a right to delete their own data if:

  • the storage of the data is no longer necessary
  • the person concerned has revoked his consent to data processing
  • the data was unlawfully processed
  • there is a legal obligation to delete in accordance with EU or national law."

Our Statement:
Data storaging is not existing on our website. Monitoring of data protection is ensured personnel. We take the data protection very seriously and constantly check the current guidelines regarding implementation. We do not store any personal information from users of our website, nor do we forward it to third parties. If you have any questions regarding the privacy of our website, please feel free to contact us personally: info@roemerwelt.de


6. Opposition to automated individual case decisions

The Regulation "EU-DSGVO" describes:
"According to article 22 of the EU-DSGVO, affected persons are only entitled to object to an automated individual case decision. Automated individual decisions include all legally relevant or otherwise significantly restrictive decisions that have not been taken by a human being. This may include the automatic rejection of an online credit application, an online recruitment procedure or other measures in which personal aspects are only evaluated electronically. This includes, above all, profiling (e.g. for advertising), where data is used to analyze or predict personality traits such as work performance, the economic situation, health, personal preferences or interests that Reliability or behavior."

Our Statement:
Data storaging is not existing on our website. Monitoring of data protection is ensured personnel. We take the data protection very seriously and constantly check the current guidelines regarding implementation. We do not store any personal information from users of our website, nor do we forward it to third parties. If you have any questions regarding the privacy of our website, please feel free to contact us personally: info@roemerwelt.de


7. Common data processing

The Regulation "EU-DSGVO" describes:
"According to article 26 DSGVO, it is also permissible in the future that several responsible bodies can carry out the permitted data processing together. To this end, a transparent agreement is required to determine the respective purposes and responsibilities as well as the handling of the rights concerned. However, those affected may continue to assert their rights against each individual responsible."

Our Statement:
Data storaging is not existing on our website. Monitoring of data protection is ensured personnel. We take the data protection very seriously and constantly check the current guidelines regarding implementation. We do not store any personal information from users of our website, nor do we forward it to third parties. If you have any questions regarding the privacy of our website, please feel free to contact us personally: info@roemerwelt.de


8. Order data Processing

The Regulation "EU-DSGVO" describes:
"Order data processing is allowed in articles 28 and 29 EU-DSGVO. This refers to the collection, processing or use of personal data by a processor in accordance with the instructions of the Controller on the basis of a written contract. These include, for example, companies that store their data with an external data center, or who entrust an external body with the creation of invoices."

Our Statement:
Data storaging is not existing on our website. Monitoring of data protection is ensured personnel. We take the data protection very seriously and constantly check the current guidelines regarding implementation. We do not store any personal information from users of our website, nor do we forward it to third parties. If you have any questions regarding the privacy of our website, please feel free to contact us personally: info@roemerwelt.de


9. List of processing activities

The Regulation "EU-DSGVO" describes:
"Article 30 DSGVO is written down, that the responsible person or the processor must have a "list of processing activities". Similar to the previous procedure directory according to § 4g para 2 in conjunction with § 4e german data protection law, this is a documentation and overview of all procedures in which personal data are processed. Under certain conditions, undertakings with less than 250 employees under article 30 (5) EU-DSGVO may be exempt from this obligation."

Our Statement:
We do not fulfil the necessary minimum requirements for compiling a "list of processing activities". We do not store any personal information from users on/of our website, nor do we forward it to third parties. If you have any questions regarding the privacy of our website, please feel free to contact us personally: info@roemerwelt.de


10. Data Protection Impact Assessment

The Regulation "EU-DSGVO" describes:
"The data protection impact assessment as set out in article 35 EU-DSGVO shall be carried out in accordance with paragraph 1 whenever a computerisation procedure is likely to entail a high risk to the rights and freedoms of the persons concerned. This is particularly the case with the use of new technologies or otherwise due to the nature, scope, circumstances and purposes of processing. The impact assessment is carried out in three stages:

  • The first stage is to examine whether there is a high risk to the rights and freedoms of the persons concerned. As the main areas of use, ABS. 3 identifies technologies that automatically, systematically and comprehensively collect, process and evaluate data.
  • In the case of such a risk, a second stage shall be carried out to assess whether the proposed remedies and security measures are sufficient to ensure the protection of the data. Proof must also be provided that the DSGVO is respected and that the interests of the parties concerned are taken into account.
  • If the assessment concludes that, despite possible measures, there is a high risk, the supervisory authority must be consulted in a third stage (art. 36 EU-DSGVO). This can then make recommendations within 8 weeks. (This period may be extended by the supervisory authority, depending on complexity). The competent authority in Germany is the Federal Commissioner according to § 69 para 1 "DSAnpUG-EU".
  • If a data protection administrator is appointed in the company, he must be included in the data protection impact assessment. The data protection impact assessment must be documented in writing. It may be useful to link this to the list of processing activities (above)."

Our Statement:
This regulation does not apply to us, as no permanent storage of the user data will be made. We do not store any personal information from users of our website, nor do we forward it to third parties. If you have any questions regarding the privacy of our website, please feel free to contact us personally: info@roemerwelt.de


11. Reporting and information requirements for data breakdowns

The Regulation "EU-DSGVO" describes:
"In future, the requirements of art. 33 EU-DSGVO apply to the reporting and information requirements for data breakdowns/incidents that have been prescribed in § 42a german data protection law. After that, all violations of the protection of personal data have to be reported, unless the risk of personal rights and freedoms is unlikely."

Our Statement:
This regulation does not apply to us, as no permanent storage of the user data will be made. We do not store any personal information from users of our website, nor do we forward it to third parties. If you have any questions regarding the privacy of our website, please feel free to contact us personally: info@roemerwelt.de


12. Data protection administrator

The Regulation "EU-DSGVO" describes:
"According to article 37 DSGVO, companies must appoint an data protection administrator whenever their core activity or their processor:

  • consists of processing operations which require systematic monitoring according to type, scope and/or purpose
  • The processing of particularly sensitive data in accordance with articles 9 and 10 EU-DSGVO"

Our Statement:
The data protection of your user-data is permanently guaranteed. The primary contact for data protection is Mr. Jörg Römer. If you have any questions regarding the privacy of our website, please feel free to contact us personally: info@roemerwelt.de



Kirn (Germany), as at May 2018

RÖMERWELT® Web Agency
Owner Jörg Römer


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