Privacy Statement


Your per­sonal data (e.g. title, name, house address, e-mail address, phone number, bank details, credit card number) are processed by us only in accor­dance with the pro­vi­sions of German data pri­vacy laws. The fol­lowing pro­vi­sions describe the type, scope and pur­pose of col­lecting, pro­cessing and uti­lizing per­sonal data. This data pri­vacy policy applies only to our web pages. If links on our pages route you to other pages, please inquire there about how your data are han­dled in such cases.

Inven­tory data

(1) Your per­sonal data, insofar as these are nec­es­sary for this con­trac­tual rela­tion­ship (inven­tory data) in terms of its estab­lish­ment, orga­ni­za­tion of con­tent and mod­i­fi­ca­tions, are used exclu­sively for ful­filling the con­tract. For goods to be deliv­ered, for instance, your name and address must be relayed to the sup­plier of the goods.
(2) Without your explicit con­sent or a legal basis, your per­sonal data are not passed on to third par­ties out­side the scope of ful­filling this con­tract. After com­ple­tion of the con­tract, your data are blocked against fur­ther use. After expiry of dead­lines as per tax-related and com­mer­cial reg­u­la­tions, these data are deleted unless you have expressly con­sented to their fur­ther use.

Social plug-ins from Facebook

We use social plug-ins from, oper­ated by Face­book Inc., 1601 S. Cal­i­fornia Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA. The plug-ins can be rec­og­nized by way of the Face­book logo or the sup­ple­ment “Face­book Social Plug-in”. For example, if you click on the “Like” button or leave a com­ment, the rel­e­vant infor­ma­tion is trans­mitted directly from your browser to Face­book and stored there. Fur­ther­more, Face­book makes your likes public for your Face­book friends. If you are logged into Face­book, it can assign the invo­ca­tion of our page directly to your Face­book account. Even if you are not logged in or don’t have a Face­book account, your browser sends infor­ma­tion (e.g. which web pages you have called up, your IP address) which is then stored by Face­book. For details about han­dling of your per­sonal data by Face­book and your related rights, please refer to the data pri­vacy policy of Face­book: If you do not want Face­book to map data col­lected about you via our Web sites to your Face­book account, you must log out of Face­book before you visit our web pages.

Data Pri­vacy State­ment for the use of Google +1 plug-ins

Col­lec­tion and dis­sem­i­na­tion of infor­ma­tion:

With the help of Google +1 button you can pub­lish infor­ma­tion world­wide. With the Google +1 button you and other users receive per­son­alised con­tent from Google and our part­ners. Google stores both the infor­ma­tion that you have given for a con­tent +1, as well as infor­ma­tion about the page you viewed when you click +1. Your +1 can be viewed as notes with your pro­file name and photo in Google ser­vices, such as in search results or in your Google pro­file, or dis­played in other places on web­sites and ads. on the internet. Google records infor­ma­tion about your +1 activ­i­ties to improve Google’s ser­vices for you and others. To use the Google +1 button, you need a glob­ally vis­ible, public Google pro­file that must at least include the chosen name. This name is used in all Google ser­vices. In some cases, this name can also replace another name that you used when sharing con­tent via your Google account. The iden­tity of your Google pro­file can be shown to users who know your e-mail address or other iden­ti­fi­ca­tion they use about you.

Use of the infor­ma­tion col­lected:

In addi­tion to the above uses, the infor­ma­tion that you pro­vide will be used in accor­dance with the applic­able Google pri­vacy poli­cies. Google may release aggre­gate sta­tis­tics about users’ +1 activ­i­ties or transmit them to users and part­ners, such as pub­lishers, adver­tisers or related websites.

Social plug-ins from Twitter

With Twitter and its Retweet func­tions, we use social plug-ins from, oper­ated by Twitter Inc. 795 Folsom St., Suite 600, San Fran­cisco, CA 94107. If you use Retweet, the web­sites vis­ited by you are announced to third par­ties and asso­ci­ated with your Twitter account. Details about han­dling of your data by Twitter as well as your rights and set­ting options for pro­tecting your per­sonal infor­ma­tion can be found in Twitter’s data pri­vacy policy:


According to the Fed­eral Data Pro­tec­tion Act, you have a right to free-of-charge infor­ma­tion about your stored data, and pos­sibly enti­tle­ment to cor­rec­tion, blocking or dele­tion of such data. Inquiries can be directed to the fol­lowing e-mail addresses:

The Google +1 expla­na­tion is based on Google +1 Dis­claimer
Other expla­na­tions are based on: