We respect the privacy of every person who visits this website. Please read our data privacy statement carefully so that you are familiar with the way in which we collect and use personal data that you provide us with.
This data privacy statement refers to the use of personal data that is collected via this website or in conjunction with this website. In the context of this data privacy statement, the terms “this website”, “we” and “our” refer to the website indicated in the “About Us” section or to the owners and operators of the website. We are not responsible for data privacy and for measures taken on other websites for ensuring data privacy, even if you land on a third party’s website via a link on our website, or you land on our website via a third party’s website.
Purpose of data use
We collect, store and use personal data (including name, address, telephone number and email address) to answer your queries and requests, to process your instructions or mandates, to meet our obligations in terms of contracts existing between you and us and to administer these, to solve potential problems with products or services that you have received from us, to improve the characteristics of our products and services and to adapt them to your requirements.
We will not forward any personal information to third parties without your permission, unless we are legally entitled or required to do so (for example within the framework of judicial proceedings or to prevent fraud or another criminal offence), or where forwarding is necessary for the protection of our rights, our property or the personal safety of our staff, users, clients etc.
Contact with us
If you contact us using the form on our website or by email, we store the data you make available to us for six months for the purposes of processing your enquiry and for any follow-up queries. This data will not be forwarded without your permission.
Accessing of cookies
You hereby consent to the access of cookies when visiting this website. On visiting this website, data normally known as cookies can be stored on your computer. When you next visit this website, we can read these cookies, which purely serve the purposes of information. If you allow cookies to be stored on your PC, we can receive information that relates specifically to your PC and that includes the IP address, date and time of your visit to this website, as well as the parts of the website that you viewed. In addition, we will receive information as to whether the requested pages were served successfully. We use the cookie information to better understand how our website is being used, and whether the website meets your requirements to the best extent possible. You may delete or block this information by changing the settings on your computer (please use the Help function or refer to the relevant guide). If you deactivate or delete cookies on your computer, it is possible that you may not be able to use some functions on this website.
In the event that this website offers an email, contact form or appointment booking service, we are permitted to store the information that you provide for this service. You consent to its publication by means of your submission. However, no right to publication exists. Please note that we are not responsible for the use of personal data by others if you make this data available to third parties via the above-mentioned services on this website. Please take careful note of what personal information you provide in this manner. We are permitted to delete submissions from users if these submissions are contrary to statutory provisions, for example criminal provisions. Please contact us if you detect inadmissible submissions.
Correctness of your data
We strive to always store your data as correctly as possible. Please contact us if you wish to check or change the information provided to us.
Safety of your data
We have implemented technical and legal measures to protect your personal data from unauthorised access and misuse. We will adapt these measures to the latest available technology as required.
Deletion of data
We delete data where we no longer require it for the purposes mentioned above. However, we are required to meet retention obligations such as statutory retention provisions in this regard.
Your rights (e.g. the right to information about your stored data) are derived from constitutionally guaranteed protection of privacy for example, from the Data Protection Act, the Telecommunications Act and the Act against Unfair Competition. From time to time, we will make changes to this data privacy statement. Where these changes are of a fundamental nature, or where the type of use of your personal data changes materially, we will publish these changes on this website and will strive to inform you about significant modifications. Please read our data privacy statement regularly.
Please use the following contact details to reach us:
Tel: 01/513 29 97
Dr. Sylvia Stein-Krumholz