At SKIDATA, security of personal data is an important concern. SKIDATA operates in accordance with the applicable statutes regarding protection of personal data, as well as in accordance with European data protection law under Directive 95/46/EC of the European Parliament and Council dated October 25, 1995 for the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, ABI L 281 dated November 11, 1995, 31 ff.
1. Personal data
SKIDATA websites do not record users' personal data (e.g. names, addresses, telephone numbers of email addresses), unless users voluntarily provide such data (e.g. by registering or sending a query), or otherwise agree to provide such data, or if the applicable data protection statutes permit such collection. If SKIDATA web sites provide the option to enter personal data, such user data will be used for the purposes described below.
2. Purpose and purpose-related use
SKIDATA collects the following user data for the following purposes:
For technical reasons, the SKIDATA website software stores all information freely provided via forms (e.g. during registration, submission of comments, etc.). This particularly concerns links, comments, user names, email addresses, passwords (coded by us and cannot be decrypted by us or by third parties without criminal intent), as well as voluntary information which you consciously transmit. You may provide fabricated data. In the event of misuse, attacks or the publication of illegal material, such transmitted data will be provided upon court order.
Information supplied via the contact form / email are additionally stored on a local PC using an email program (this is to document communication and respond more quickly to inquiries). SKIDATA will delete such email upon written request.
Server log data (log files)
For technical reasons the operator of this web site automatically collects and stores server log data transmitted by your browser:
Data stored by the server cannot and will not be assigned to a natural person. After 14 days, the log files are automatically deleted, or deleted after statistical analysis. Please understand that server log data is absolutely necessary for the security and protection of this web presence. In addition, SKIDATA and its global affiliates use this information to determine the attractivity of their websites and to improve their efficiency and content.
SKIDATA employs technical and organizational measures to protect your personal data against unintentional or illegal deletion, modification or loss, and against improper transmission or unauthorized access.
Right to information
You have the right to obtain information regarding stored personal data, its source and recipient, as well as the purpose of its retention. Please get in touch with us via the contact data provided on the Legal Information page. In order to obtain information, you must identify yourself (as the person about whom the information is to be provided) or verify that you are authorized to receive information regarding a third party.
Subscribe, unsubscribe, changing, editing, forwarding from/of the SKIDATA-Newsletter
To receive the SKIDATA-Newsletter you have to provide the following information: salutation, first name, last name, email-address, company and country Readers who do not longer want to receive the SKIDATA-Newsletter can unsubscribe from the SKIDATA-Newsletter at all time by clicking a link named “Unsubscribe” which is embedded in every SKIDATA-Newsletter.
The users profile and information’s contained therein can be changed or deleted as well by clicking a link named “Change Profile” which is also embedded in every SKIDATA-Newsletter. If the reader of the SKIDATA-Newsletter wants to forward the SKIDATA-Newsletter to a friend or colleague, SKIDATA request the name and the respective email address.
Regarding the application of analysis tools with complete IP addresses, we would like to add that this website running Google Analytics uses the extension "_anonymizelp()" and as a result only a shortened form of IP addresses will be processed in order to ensure anonymity.
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