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Data protection

General statement
The operators of these web pages take the protection of your personal data very seriously. We treat your personal data – if at all collected – confidentially and in accordance with the statutory data protection regulations and this data privacy statement.

The use of our website is generally possible without providing personal information. If personal data (such as name, address or email address) are collected on our website, this takes place as far as possible on a voluntary basis. These details will not be passed to third parties without your express consent.

Please note that data transmission over the Internet (e.g. via email communication) may have security vulnerabilities. It is impossible to guarantee complete data protection against access by third parties.

The responsable person for this Web pages established a data security officer: Mr. Alexander Kretzschmar, IT Services Dr. Krejci, Grüner Weg 60, 72766 Reutlingen, Germany. To contact him use the e-mail-address dsb@linnemann-online.com


Cookies
Cookies are used in some areas of the Internet pages. Cookies do not damage your computer and do not contain viruses. Cookies serve to make our offer more user-friendly, effective and secure. Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer and saved by your browser. Most of the cookies we use are so-called ‘session cookies’. They are automatically deleted after your visit. Other cookies remain stored on your device until you delete them. These cookies enable us to recognise your browser the next time you visit. You can configure your browser to only allow them in individual or specific cases, or generally exclude cookies or automatically delete them when closing your browser. Disabling cookies may limit the functionality of this website.


This is how you can check your data protection settings in Firefox and block cookies

You can block the saving of cookies on your browser. This is individually set on every browser. Mozilla Firefox is shown as an example below. This description can be called up here on the Internet:

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/block-websites-storing-site-preferences

How to block cookies in Internet Explorer 7 and 8

The first step: Call up cookie settings

In Internet Explorer, cookie settings are made in the “Internet Options”

How to proceed:

  1. In the upper menu bar, click on “Extras”.
  2. In the following menu, select “Internet Options”.

The following instructions assume that you have selected the “General” tab.


Deleting cookies
First, you should know how to remove cookies that have already been stored.

How to proceed:

  1. Under the “Browsing History” section, click on “Delete”.
  2. Select the “cookies” option to activate it.
  3. Now click on “Delete”.

Whether you also want to delete other the temporary data

  • “Keep preferred site data”.
  • “Temporary Internet files”.
  • and “History”.

is up to you. It is certainly worth deleting form data and passwords if other people use your computer with the same user account (for instance, family members). Otherwise, such people could, for instance, use your credit card details to pay or register for password-protected websites using your identity. If you want to be extra safe, select these points too. Keep in mind, however, that you will need to re-enter all passwords, user names and address information again after they have been deleted.


Delete all cookies automatically when exiting Internet Explorer
You can automate the process so that you no longer need to worry about regularly having to delete cookies and other temporary files.

How to proceed:

  1. Select “Delete browsing history on exit” in the section “Browsing History”.

Now, all cookies and temporary files will automatically be deleted when you exit the browser and you will not have to worry about them any more.


How to block or allow cookies

In Internet Explorer, cookie settings are made under the tab labelled “Privacy”.


How to block cookies from third-party providers
Third-party providers are often advertising service providers who use cookies to track your actions on the Internet. A simple way to prevent this is to block these cookies.

How to proceed:

  1. Under “Internet Options” click on the Privacy tab.
  2. Click on “Advanced” in the settings on the upper part of the Privacy tab.
  3. Here, select “Cancel automatic cookie handling”.
  4. Now select “Third-party cookies” and “Block”.
  5. Click on “OK” to return to the Privacy tab.

In exceptional cases, you may not be able to fully use websites from certain third-party providers without cookies. In such cases, you can define exceptions. For instructions on how to do this, see the section “How to allow/block cookies on selected websites”.


How to block all cookies except session cookies
You can also choose to configure Internet Explorer to store no cookies at all except for session cookies.

How to proceed:

  1. Under “Internet Options” click on the Privacy tab.
  2. Click on “Advanced” in the settings on the upper part of the Privacy tab.
  3. Here, select “Cancel automatic cookie handling”.
  4. Now select “Block” both for “First-party cookies” and “Third-party cookies”.

Now all cookies will generally be refused. Since logging onto password-protected websites and other important functions would no longer be usable,

  1. activate the entry “Always allow session cookies” to enable them again.
  2. Click on “OK” to return to the Privacy tab.

Now only short-term cookies will be permitted and all long-term stored cookies rejected. You can define exceptions for websites that no longer function fully due to these settings. For instructions on how to do this, see the section “How to allow/block cookies on selected websites”.


How to allow/block cookies from selected websites
It is better to only allow cookies on selected websites. However, this does require some effort. But this way, you can control exactly which cookies are used.

First, block all cookies as explained in “How to block all cookies except session cookies” and then allow the selected websites again.

How to proceed:

  1. Click on the “Sites” button. Here you can now specify the websites you explicitly want to block or allow.
  2. To do this, enter the address of the website in question.
  3. Click on “Allow”.
  4. Click on “OK”.

If you wish to remove entries from the list at a later date, you can do this via the corresponding buttons in the lower part of the window. The websites on the list are generally allowed to add cookies. You should therefore be careful about which websites you save.


Completing cookie settingsAll changes to the cookies settings must be confirmed before exiting. Close the settings window by clicking on “OK” at the bottom.

Server log files
The page provider automatically collects and stores information in so-called server log files, which your browser automatically transmits to us. These are:

  • Websites visited
  • Time of access
  • Amount of data sent in bytes
  • Source/reference from which you arrived to the page
  • Browser used
  • Operating system used
  • IP address used (in anonymised form if applicable)

This data cannot be assigned to specific persons. This data is not merged with other data sources. We reserve the right to check this data retrospectively if we become aware of specific evidence of illegal use.

The log files stored through visiting these pages will be deleted after one year.

You can object to the storage of server log files » please address your request to the website administrator at info@lobitz.de


Order data processing with Google
A contract for order data processing has been entered into between Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA and Lobitz GmbH Werbeagentur. This contract has been signed and printed.


Order data processing with 1&1
A contract has been concluded for the processing of order data between the provider of this web site 1&1 Internet SE, Elgendorfer Str. 57, 56410 Montabaur and LINNEMANN GmbH. This contract is available in printed, signed form.


SSL encryption
This site uses SSL encryption for security reasons and to protect the transmission of confidential content, such as enquiries you send us as the site operator. An encrypted connection can be recognised through the change from ’http://’ to ‘https://’ in the address bar and the lock symbol in the browser bar. If SSL encryption is activated, the details you send to us cannot be read by third parties.


Right to information, deletion, blocking, rectification
You have the right to free information concerning your stored personal data, its origin and recipient and the purpose of its processing, in addition to the right to rectify, block or delete this data. For further information on personal data, please contact us at the address given in the Legal Notice.


Information on Google fonts used
The Google fonts used on these pages have been stored on the server that also hosts these pages. This means that there is no contact or data exchange with Google.


Information on Google-Maps
Access to Google Maps is only permitted after notification that data is exchanged with Google.


Notes on the procedural directory of automated
data processing LINNEMANN GmbH maintains a procedural directory of automated data processing and a process description for its management.


(Source: www.e-recht24.de)
Passages have been supplemented and adapted