Statement of Online Data Protection Policy for g20challenge.com
In accordance with Section 4 Paragraph 1 of Germany’s Teleservices Data Protection Act (Teledienstedatenschutzgesetz) and Section 13 Paragraph 1 of Germany’s Telemedia Act (Telemediengesetz). We appreciate your interest in our company and services and want you to feel secure about the protection of your personal data when visiting our website. We take the protection of your personal data seriously. We want you to know when we collect particular data, and how we use it. In the following, we will explain the type, scope and purpose of data collection and the use of your personal data. This information can be retrieved at any time from our Website. In order to guarantee the security of your personal data, such data will be assiduously protected against unauthorised access and unauthorised disclosure, and will not be conveyed to third parties without authorisation.
The use of our site is possible without disclosing personal data. Different terms and conditions can apply in respect to the various services on our website, as will be discussed separately below. The voluntary entry of your personal details (for example, your name, address, email, phone number and the like) will only be processed by us according to the provisions of Germany’s data protection laws and will not be passed on to a third party without your express consent. Data will be considered personal if they can be clearly associated with a specific person. The legal source of this data protection can be found in Germany’s Federal Data Protection Act (Bundesdatenschutzgesetz) and the Telemedia Act (Telemediengesetz). We advise you that internet-based data transfer can demonstrate security vulnerabilities and that complete protection from such vulnerabilities from third party access is thus impossible.
In order to broaden the range of functions of our online services and to make the use of our site more comfortable for you, we use what are referred to as cookies. With the help of these cookies, data can be stored on your computer upon visiting our website. It is possible for you to prevent cookies being saved on your computer by adjusting the relevant settings in your web browser. This can however limit the range of functions offered by our website.
Upon visiting our website, your web browser automatically conveys data to our web server for technical reasons, which will be stored in the so-called server log files. These data will concern, amongst other things, the time and date of your visit, the URL of the website that referred you to our site, which data were requested, the amount of data requested, which browser you use, which version of that browser, your operating system and your IP address. These data will be kept separate from other data you provide to us in respect to your use of our services. It is not possible for us to connect this data to any particular person. This data is used for statistical purposes so that we can improve our website and our services.
Inasmuch as a contractual relationship between you and adelphi should be established, developed in regards to content, or altered, we will collect and use your personal data only to the extent necessary for those purposes. Should it be required by the relevant authorities, we may in individual cases convey this data (inventory data) to the relevant parties to the extent necessary to the enforcement of the law, the protection of public safety, and to the fulfilment of statutory duties of the intelligence services, military counter-intelligence services or the enforcement of intellectual property rights.
When you send us an email, we use your email address only to further correspondence with you.
Links to External Websites
If you access an external internet site via our site (external link), the external provider will possibly receive information from your browser regarding the site you were referred by. The external provider is responsible for this data. We, like any other provider, are not able to influence this process.
On our site we may offer you the chance to subscribe to our newsletter. With this newsletter we will inform you of our services at regular intervals. In order to be able to receive our newsletter, you need a valid email address. The email address that you give to us will to that effect be checked, in order to certify both that you are actually the owner of this address and that the owner of this address authorises receipt of the newsletter (double opt-in process). Upon your registration for our newsletter, we will save your IP address and the time and date of your registration. This serves for our part as a safeguard, should a third party attempt to misuse your email address and to subscribe to the newsletter without your knowledge. This voluntary information (company/organisation, title, given and family name, and country) will be used in order to optimise our newsletter. The system furthermore gathers usage statistics regarding links you may follow and determines the geographical region from which access is being requested. It will not be possible for us to connect this information to a particular person. Further data will for our part not be collected. The data that we do gather in this way will be used exclusively in relation to our newsletter. No data will be passed on to a third party. Comparison with other data which may have been collected on other parts of our website will likewise not ensue. Subscription to this newsletter can be cancelled at any time. For details on how to cancel, please refer to the confirmation email as well as to each individual newsletter.
From our side, we also provide you with the means to contact us by email. These data will not be passed on to any third party. Likewise, no comparison will proceed with any data which may have been saved during use of other parts of our website.
Use of the web analysis service PIWIK
PIWIK opt-out cookie
Our website’s use of Facebook Components
Our website’s use of Twitter recommendation components.
Our website’s use of LinkedIn recommendation components.
Right to information/withdrawal of consent/deletion
On the basis of Germany’s federal data protection laws, you can contact us free of charge if you have questions on the creation, processing or use of your personal data and the amendment, blocking or deletion of said data, as well as if you wish to withdraw consent you may have given to us regarding said data. Upon your request, the information can be provided to you electronically. We advise you that you have a right to have inaccurate data corrected as well as to have your personal data deleted, should this claim not contradict any legal obligations to retain data.