Personal data that you enter on our contact form, and which you pass on to us in subsequent contact moments, will only be used and stored for the further processing of your request and possible, final or recurring invoicing. Only with your explicit consent, which you can give us via our contact form or directly to us by e-mail, we will occasionally send you an e-mail with information about new products.
On this website, Google Analytics cookies are used to track visitor statistics. These are anonymous data about the number of visitors, which pages they visit on this site, from which region they come, which web browser they use, etc.No data is shared with other Google services.
We have signed a processor agreement with Google for this.
A cookie is placed for the processing of the contact form. This is a necessary cookie.
We do not share the information you enter on our contact form or during the completion of an order with third parties. The bits and bytes are stored in an e-mail, document and backup server, because that is necessary for our business operations.
Furthermore, no other cookies are placed and no other tracking methods are used.
Personal Data you use with our Services
You, at all times, are responsible for the persona data you store on our servers by using our products and/or services. You are the controller, we are the processor. Of course we make sure no one else but you, and occasionally we (when needed and with your permission), has access to this personal data.
What can you do yourself to restrict tracking of your presence on the internet?
If you have a gmail account (Google e-mail address) then you have an account with Google and you can manage and edit your own history with the following link: https://myaccount.google.com/privacy?nlr=1#activity
On the Your Online Choices website (http://www.youronlinechoices.com/) you will find all information about online privacy and online advertising. You can also switch all sorts on and off there.
If you generally want to block tracking cookies and scripts, we recommend the following tools:
For Internet Explorer on Windows: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/17288/windows-internet-explorer-11-use-do-not-track
Further, you can look for a do-not-track setting in the preferences of your web browser. You will also find settings in the preferences relating to the authorization and handling of cookies.
Use a search engine that does not track or report search history, such as DuckDuckGo, Startpage, or Disconnect.
Use a VPN service to mask your IP address, for example PureVPN or ExpressVPN. There are countless providers.